Resources

INFOGRAPHICS

How Can Infographics Be Used In An Early Childhood Learning Environment?

Both supply staff and permanent staff can post these infographics in their classrooms and staff rooms as reminders for best practices.

 

You can give the rack size to parents for parent education, as well as, share with parents about best practices and professionalism in this field.

These posters can be rotated based on the area of best practice that staff wants to work on that month.

These infographics summarize concepts or information that we, at Child Care Solutions Inc., through hundreds of interviews, discovered as the most common gaps of knowledge in best practices.

These infographics are a way to imprint the most critical concepts in an easy to read and understandable medium.

They can be posted as a reminder of tips and tricks to remember and concepts to actively practice.

 

These infographics are a means to bring the research in child development and brain research into “what it looks like” in the classroom.

They can be used as a jumping off point in the conversations that we need to have to provide an in-depth look at how we can best support children of all ages in their emotional well-being and development. 

They can also be used for professional development workshops to provide a more in-depth discussion on the basic concepts presented.

Package A-Professionalism

In these infographics, you will find helpful information about professionalism in Early Childhood Education.

Professionalism in Early Childhood Education 1

Explains what professionalism means as an RECE as well as a code of ethics and standards of practice for RECEs.

Professionalism in Early Childhood Education 2

Explains what true professionals understand and their actions in the early childhood field.

Professionalism in Early Childhood Education 3

Explains what professionals provide in their responsibilities.

Professionalism in Early Childhood Education 4

Explains what integrity is and what it looks like for full-time employees and supply staff employees.

Professionalism in Early Childhood Education 5

Explains what RECE professionalism looks like.

Package B- How Learning Happens

In these infographics, you will find helpful information about the “How Does Learning Happen” documentation, as well as information about child-centered vs teacher directed programs.

How Learning Happens 1

Explains what the “How Does Learning Happen” document is and what it entails. 

How Learning Happens 2

Explains the 4 foundational principles of the “How Does Learning Happen” document.

How Learning Happens 3

Explains what the teacher promotes in a child- centered approach.

How Learning Happens 4

Explains what teachers do when they are using a teacher-directed approach.

Package C- Building Resiliency in Young Children

In these infographics, you will find helpful information about many different techniques in order to build resiliency in young children

Building Resilience in Young Children 1

How to be a role model for resiliency.

Building Resilience in Young Children 2

A tip sheet on how to encourage taking responsibility and participation in the classroom.

Building Resilience in Young Children 3

How we can help children develop a positive outlook.

Building Resilience in Young Children 4

A tip sheet for building children’s self-confidence.

Building Resilience in Young Children 5

How we can help young children develop control and self-regulation.

Building Resilience in Young Children 6

How we can make children feel secured loved and accepted.

Building Resilience in Young Children 7

How we can help young children become more confident, handle everyday frustrations better and bounce back from life’s challenges.

Package D- Philosophies of Education

In these infographics, you will find helpful information about the four main philosophies of education.

Philosophies of Education 1

Explains what the Emergent curriculum is, the role of the teacher, and basic principles and characteristic of the emergent curriculum.

Philosophies of Education 2

Explains where High Scope was developed, what the beliefs are, the role of the teacher and basic principles and characteristics of the high scope philosophy.

Philosophies of Education 3

Explains where the Montessori philosophy was developed, what the beliefs are, the role of the teacher and basic principles and characteristics of the Montessori philosophy.

Philosophies of Education 4

Explains where Reggio Emilia was developed, what the beliefs are, the role of the teacher and basic principles and characteristics of the Reggio Emilia philosophy.

Package E- Teacher Language

In these infographics, you will find helpful information on the best practices for teacher language

Teacher Language 1

Explains how teacher language impacts children’s’ development and behaviour and has some examples of phrases to replace and what to replace them with.

Teacher Language 2

Continues with some examples of phrases to replace and what to replace them with and also explains what respect is towards children.

Teacher Language 3

Talks about more phrases to replace and multiple ways to replace those phrases to encourage child development and behaviour.

Teacher Language 4

Explains some more phrases to replace and detailed descriptions as to how to change the phrases and why it is beneficial to do so.

Package F- Physical Literacy

In these infographics, you will find helpful information about physical literacy in young children.

Physical Literacy 1

Talks about what Physical Activities are, why it is important, how much children need, and how we can implement it into our child care centres

Physical Literacy 2

Explains about taking risks in play, parent/teacher language, what risk is, why it is important and ways to help children grow resiliency. 

Physical Literacy 3

A physical literacy checklist for children 2-4 years old- explains running, kicking, skating, throwing and catching skills.

Physical Literacy 4

Explains how we can encourage an active lifestyle, what it looks like, and an activity to play.

Individual Infographics

These infographics vary in topic and are available for individual purchase. 

STAR Method

This infographic helps with how to teach children self-regulation techniques.

Six Steps of Conflict Resolution

Steps to follow to practice problem solving with preschool and school-age children.

Engagement with Parents

This infographic explains how to talk to parents as an early childhood professional.

Early Childhood Educator Creed

A list of professional behaviours that increase professionalism in the Early Childhood Field.

Supply Staff Creed

A list of professional behaviours, that if followed, results in less stress for children and supervisors, and impacts on the well-being of young children and their teachers

Prices

All Prices include HST

Shipping and mailing cost extra

Rack Size (4×9):

50 identical infographics- $33.90

Individual cost- $2.06

Other Sizing:

11 x17- $11.30 per copy

22 x 28- $22.60 per copy

24 x 36- $25.75 per copy

36 x 48- $39.55 per copy

The following are prices for “Packages” of 4 or more that have specific content information related to a category

Cost:

Set of 6- $7.91

Set of 5- $6.78

Set of 4- $5.65

5 packages of 6- $33.90

10 packages of 6- $67.80

15 packages of 6- $101.70

How To Order

Download and fill out the order form HERE

E-mail your order to: jess@childcaresolutions.ca

Once your order is received Jess will send you an invoice with the final price of your order.

You can E-Transfer immediately to cathyt@childcaresolutions.ca or you can mail in a cheque to:

Child Care Solutions Inc.

2275 Upper Middle Rd E
Suite 101, Oakville, Ont
L6H 0C3

Once payment is received you will get a confirmation e-mail stating that your order has been placed and an estimated time of arrival will be sent.

If you have any questions about this process or about custom infographics, contact Jess at jess@childcaresolutions.ca.