Kids at Play Active Play – helping educators get kids moving
Kids at Play Active Play (KAPAP) is a free ACT Government program that offers training and resources for early childhood education and care (ECEC) services in the ACT.
Take a look at this video for information about teaching fundamental movement skills
The KAPAP training has been designed to help early childhood educators feel confident to promote active play and teach fundamental movement skills (FMS) to children aged 3 to 5 in ECEC services. This training includes practical ‘hands on’ skills sessions to assist educators to apply the learnings in their ECEC setting.
Kids at Play Active Play has been mapped against the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standard (NQS). Participation in KAPAP can assist ECEC service providers to achieve EYLF outcomes and NQS quality areas, standards and elements.
More information about the program is available from the Kids at Play Active Play overview.
If your ACT ECEC service would like to get involved in this program, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The program is currently FREE so contact us now!
More information for educators
Check out other information and resources for early childhood educators listed under the Early Childhood Educators tab, including factsheets and posters, ideas for games and activities, an active play audit tool, and a physical activity policy template.