The Resources You Need To Keep Planning & Play SIMPLE ✨

This Empowered Educator PLAYFUL ACTIVITIES AND PLANNING PACK gives you the tools you need to plan and setup simple, playful experiences that provide opportunities to meet learning outcomes yet DON’T NEED expensive resources, complicated prep time or a program that took you hours to write!

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You will never be short of engaging play-based ideas already linked to learning areas for a range of ages 0-12 years when you have access to all the resources in this huge playful learning pack.

Packed full of printables, posters, ebooks, templates, program and play ideas that will ensure you save time, add new experiences to your planning, understand how to set up engaging learning environments and create simpler processes that leave you feeling motivated to try something new while also confidently meeting learning outcomes and managing your time .

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This is a perfect workshop for visual learners - you'll gain access to realistic ideas and tips that you can take away and start modifying for use in your own early learning environment as soon as this week.
Save planning time with over 250 play focused activity ideas for babies, toddlers and multi age groups already linked to learning areas & outcomes!
Simplify Planning For 3-5 Year Olds With Step By Step Templates & Close The Loop Process
Simplify Planning For Babies & Toddlers With Reflection & Family Goals
Dramatic play invitations and opportunities for learning through role play don't need to stay inside. Loads of simple to setup and packup outdoor ideas here for your  next program...
Setting up learning spaces and activities for multi age groups comes with a unique set of challenges for educators...Use this Keep It Simple Quick Guide to try out the strategies I've used often.
There is no need for a separate outdoor program - use these quick tips to make sure your outdoor environment and experiences simply become an extension of your indoor learning.
Providing children with open ended play materials and opportunities to lead their own play and learning shouldn't be difficult - Use this 'Keep It Simple' Guide to get started fast.
Activity ideas and real life photos of children's faces and emotions. Explore diversity, emotions or just use to open conversations. Useful visual learning resource to support inclusion.
Take the children on a 'respect our world' scavenger hunt with these engaging cards. Options suitable for toddlers through to school age so everyone can join in!
Create a visual routine with these cards and creative suggestions to include the child's voice and support independance!
Make the learning outcomes visual and help parents and carers connect 'just play' to everyday learning.


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Hi Empowered Ed's!

I'm Jodie Clarke

I'm Jodie and I have over 30 years hands on experience in the early childhood profession. I've already supported and mentored thousands of educators with their work through my popular website The Empowered Educator, Member Hub Learning Network and practical blog posts, activity ideas, factsheets, free e-guides, online training, Facebook Community, webinars and e-books.

I have worked in many different roles across the family services and early childhood professions including Case Manager, Project Officer, FDC Coordinator and educator, Occasional Care, Outside School Hours Care, Family Support Manager, IHC Coordinator, Room Leader, Director, Assistant in centre based care and training facilitator to name just a few so it's likely I have already walked in similar shoes to your own.

I know what is helpful to educators because I am one too.