Studies have shown that teacher-child interaction contributes to developing innovative mindsets in young children as they often look up to their teachers as role models.
By embracing innovation, children can also develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and other essential skills that will set them up for success in their future academic and professional endeavours.
To help you design new and creative approaches to teaching, we’ve put together a printable resource in the form of the familiar bingo game!
Featuring the projects of the 2022 Early Childhood Innovation Award as well as entries from the winners of the #ECInnovatetoEducate giveaway held on Beanstalk Singapore, this resource contains innovative ideas for EC educators by EC educators that you could adapt and implement in your own classroom to suit the learning needs of your students.
Print out the resource for a fun and meaningful game with your EC colleagues!
Click here to download (1.65MB)
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