We’re thrilled to announce that five new Early Years resources for pre-school and early primary school educators are now available on ARTS:LIVE. These new programs offer educators a variety of Arts Learning activities and ideas to stimulate the imagination, encourage creative play and support children’s development.
Produced with the support of the Ian Potter Foundation, these fun, colourful and immersive courses feature songs, videos and animations to spark children’s creativity and curiosity. All resources feature easy-to-follow activity guides that are ready for immediate use.
You don’t need to be an Arts Learning expert. Our courses are developed by working collaboratively with Early Years educators, to provide easy, relevant and engaging activities.
Our digital platform provides everything you need to bring Arts Learning to life in your Early Learning Centre or school.
Explore our Early Years programs now:
The Song Room is proud to present DNA Puppetry’s Cloud Child craft puppet show, offering educators a unique way to engage children in imaginative thinking through puppetry.
Experience the Cloud Child drama and visual arts course with your children and learn how to make Cloud Child dolls, rainbow swirls and more! Cloud Child is a highly visual, non-verbal narrative performed with Makaton sign language for children with diverse learning requirements.
Transition Songs for Early Years
Soothe, educate and organise children with practical songs created to help children work together and master daily routines.
This resource includes 15 short songs that use common children’s melodies, making them fun, relatable and easy for children to learn, and simple for educators to incorporate into their lessons.
Cheeky Dogs for Early Years
Immerse children in literature and help foster a love of learning through this creative animation that is designed to engage children cognitively and emotionally.
Children will have the opportunity to see, feel and play as the award-winning book, ‘Too Many Cheeky Dogs’ is brought to life in this resource. Set in the remote Northern Territory town of Tennant Creek, children are introduced to new places and characters and activities that will encourage personal sharing.