Tash, the Director of Little Wooden Toybox, has a Bachelor of Education K-7 and is a mother of two gorgeous children; both diagnosed with Autism. During her years at university and in early intervention therapy (working with occupational therapists, psychologists and speech pathologists), Tash has developed a strong conviction of the importance of play in early childhood and the impact it has in adult years.
Hands on and make a mess! Children learn with their whole bodies and this is important to keep in mind as educators and parents. Learning through play - see www.littlewoodentybox.com.au
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Bachelor of Education, Kindy - Year 7 Special Needs (HACC worker) Autism early intervention with both my children from 2012 - present Director of Little Wooden Toybox and Letter Basics
- We are about providing sensory rich play experiences for our children to create, discover, learn and grow in a play based environment, at their own pace and in their own time. - We equally believe in the importance of building community and supporting mums on their parenting journey. To connect with each other and share our wins, successes, struggles and failures, a place to gain inspiration and post proud mummy moments, to encourage, build up and cheer each other on. - We value and accept each other and each child, no matter our differences, limitations, strengths and weaknesses. We are about inclusivity and access to education for all little learners of all abilities. - Finally and perhaps most importantly, we understand the importance of teaching and equipping our children today with the skills needed to become successful adults tomorrow.
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary, Specialty, Math, Fractions, Geometry, Measurement, Numbers, Science, Biology, Environment, Social Studies - History, Geography, Writing, Mental Math, Decimals, Occupational Therapy, Handwriting, Early Intervention