Documentation

Observing, documenting and interpreting children’s learning and play are among the most valuable skills an educator can develop.  Documentation brings visibility to the teaching and learning process, deepening our understanding of each other.  It helps educators build intentionality into their learning environments, develops closer relationships with children and families, and supports authentic assessment. 

Please take a look at highlights of this here at Great Beginnings.

  • We Are Independent

    We Are Independent

    September 2017 Our Junior Preschool room is becoming more and more independent! We have been working hard on our…

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  • Fun with Blocks

    Fun with Blocks

    September 2017 Three friends begin to play with blocks.  Two of the friends say together, "Let's build the tallest…

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  • Under Construction

    Under Construction

    September 2017 The construction signs were posted all around Bloomfield OEYC and stated it was "Under Construction."  Soon enough…

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  • Dandelion Painting

    Dandelion Painting

    July 11, 2017 **Children's names changed to protect privacy** With the changing of the seasons, the children were very…

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  • I am making Oatmeal Muffins

    I am making Oatmeal Muffins

    July 10, 2017 Child's name is changed for privacy. Ashley was very excited to make oatmeal muffins today. She…

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  • Ice Cream Bars – Yummy!

    Ice Cream Bars – Yummy!

    July 10, 2017 Child's name has been changed to protect privacy. After all our families and friends were done…

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  • My Family

    My Family

    May 17, 2017 TODDLER ROOM **Child's name changed to protect privacy** While playing with the trains, Matthew lined them…

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  • A Grand Creation

    A Grand Creation

    May 16, 2017 The Educator had brought in many different sizes of left over Styrofoam from home and placed…

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  • Making Bird Feeders

    Making Bird Feeders

    May 15, 2017 The Provider opened the patio doors and Girl A said, "I hear a bird!" Boy A…

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