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The Space Issue 41 - SPRING 2015

The Space magazine is a practical, fun, full-colour magazine published especially for teachers and parents of young children. With lots of articles, photographs, practical activities, regular columns on parenting, science, art, food and nutrition, this magazine is a must for every early childhood service.

The Space magazine has published feature articles and interviews with well respected international early childhood experts as well as reviews, stories, ideas, recipes, child friendly jokes, projects and photographs from teachers here in Aotearoa/New Zealand and around the world.
The Space magazine is produced quarterly by Childspace Early Childhood Institute in Wellington, New Zealand. Childspace Early Childhood Institute is an education organisation committed to improving Early Childhood Education provision and practices. All Childspace Institute conferences and professional development seminars are advertised in The Space so subscribers to the magazine always know about excellent professional development coming up in their area.

Contents of Issue 41 include: 

  • Participating in Place: Cultivating Ecological Identity in Young Children and in Ourselves by Ann Pelo
  • The Glory of Risk and the Trouble with Entomology by Marc Battle
  • The rise of corporate childcare by Jane Blaikie
  • Pencarrow Kindergarten: our Umu Story
  • Fostering the use of New Zealand Sign Language... Breaking down the myths by Ally Attwell
  • Mindful Minders of Mindfulness by Philippa Murphy
  • Challenges we face to increase the numbers of men in early childhood education by Craig d'Arcy
  • Teaching with Body: An example of a yoga session by Michaela Luoni
  • We love mud - Matapihi Kindergarten (NZ) & Bold Park Community School (Australia)
  • Dr Bob: Bubble Snakes


You will get the following files:

  • EPUB (52MB)
  • PDF (14MB)

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