Play-led learning and the Melbourne Museum

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 10 May 2017

11 mins

When a museum commits to making a state of the art space for children under five, how do they do it?

Part of the process is speaking to early learning experts about how children play and learn. Anne Stonehouse was an adviser for the Australian Early Years Learning Framework, she tells us about her fascination with under 3s and why the space works so well for them.

Museums Victoria is giving every baby born, fostered and adopted in Victoria from February 20 a free six-month Museum membership at their eight-week visit. Visit their website for more info.

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