OUTCOME 4: Children are confident and involved learners


4.2  Develop a range of skills and processes such as problem solving, inquiry,    experimentation, hypothesizing, researching and investigating

  • Engages in simple investigations and explorations
  • Identifies cause and effect
  • Explore safe environments using all senses
  • Applies a wide range of thinking strategies to engage with situations and solve problems, and adapt these strategies to new situations
  • Make predictions and generalizations about their daily activities, aspects of the natural world and environments
  • Manipulates objects and experiments with cause and effect, trial and error and motion
  • Uses reflective thinking to consider why things happen and what can be learned from these experiences
  • Explains own thinking processes and makes justifications
  • Utilises the senses to gain information when exploring the world around them
  • Develops investigative skills through instructive play and experiential learning
  • Asks questions when investigating topics of personal interest



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