Introduction To Project Based Learning

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Do snails have a favourite food?

At we are developing a series of Project Based Learning tools, materials and lessons to support a growing demand. This approach has been proven to create a stronger desire to learn and a better understanding of the subject. is bringing Project Based Learning to early learners and their parents to create a stronger foundation for learning.

Child looking at snails

Do Snails have a favourite food?

Current research demonstrates that students involved in Project Based Learning have increased interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). This is related to their involvement in working collaboratively and building a real solution to their questions.

What is Project Based Learning?

It is relevant learning
It is finding out things your child is actually interested in
It is following your child’s lead and letting them explore the way they want to learn

Why Project Based Learning?

More and more classrooms are moving toward independently solving problems using Project Based Learning. This means students are able to work at their own pace and answer the things they’re most interested in. This work builds problem solving skills, independence, creates interest in a given subject, and helps them become more involved in real world issues. The ability to develop and answer thought provoking questions helps students meet with success inside and outside the classroom.

girl exploring the possibilities in nature

Can I identify textures just using my feet?

At Earlyminds we make Project Based Learning available to early learners. We give you the tools and materials to encourage curiosity and exploration in preparation for creating and answering questions.

How does it work?

In Project Based Learning children are encouraged to explore and discover their chosen subject. Ask their own question reflecting something they’re curious to know the answer to. Imagine what mediums to use and how to answer their question. Plan and keep a record of how they answer their question. Create their answers in any way they want. Improve by finding how to best show their answer. Share the question and answer with others.

Girl exploring nature

Do birds always choose the same trees?

What Will Be Included?

We give you an outline and foundational knowledge for each project, with a Title Page, a Flip Book, a Nomenclature, and Information Pictures and Labels. Then we encourage you and your child to think of questions you’d like to find the answers to. We encourage creativity and curiosity, no question is too crazy! The fun is in the discovery

Will There be Video Lessons?

With Project based Learning the child directs the progress so to predict this would be counter productive. Instead we are producing videos that actually explore the questions we’re most interested in, and publishing our discoveries to inspire you.

How Do We Start?

We have an outline that will take you from discovering the Question that starts you on your quest, and concludes with sharing your discoveries.
Ask, Imagine, Plan, Create, Improve, Share.

How many different creatures live in a rock pool?

How many different creatures live in a rock pool?

What Kind of Questions will you be covering?

These are just some of the subjects we will be covering over the next few weeks and months. So stay tuned.

The five senses
Do rainbows make a sound?
The seasons
Why are there seasons?
The weather
How can we make a cloud?
Growing things
How does a seed know which direction to grow?

We Will Let You Know

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