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My aim is to ask the children in an afterschool facility to make a flower/herb garden. These children are currently attending Bizzy B’s Afterschool in Dublin 9.

A school age childcare facility should offer a range of activities to cater for all ages of children in their care. The advantages for parents is the knowledge that their child is being cared for in a safe and happy environment. That it is locally based in the community and provides for parent to return to work. The advantages for children is in providing a safe and enjoyable experience in which to play, socialise, have a say in activity planning and interact with children their own age. Children can do their homework if parents request but this should not be the main focus. (Plan, 2015)

My planned proposal of the activity is a play based learning and development activity. My aim in this assignment is to choose a group of children aged between 6-10 years. I will consult with the practitioner, parents and children to gather as much information as possible and enquire about allergies and illnesses such as asthma and obtain permission. I intend to recycle a freight palate and sand it completely to remove any risk of splinters. Remove some of the boards to leave four large slot openings, place some roof felting on the back to act as a base cover and weed block. I will ask the group to lay out flower beds in the empty slots using either herbs or early spring bulbs. Each member of the group will be given their own slot and can put their names on it. I intend to get an A3 sheet of paper for each child to note what they have planted and when it should flower and hang this in the room they are in so as they can remember what we planted. I plan to get some water based tester pots of paint in a colour of the child’s choice so each one can paint the board under their slot. I…...

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