Your journal must be written entirely in your own words and reflect your thoughts. It must be at least 150 words (8-10 sentences). Read the rubric for complete instructions.
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When you think of “kindergarten,” do you think of it as a garden of children? In 1837 German educator Friedrich Froebel developed and tested new educational methods and philosophies based on young children’s structure, activity, and learning. In 1840 he founded a Play and Activity Institute, which he later named Kindergarten, reflecting his belief that young children should be nurtured and nourished “Like plants in a garden.” In Froebel’s findings, he claimed that Kindergarten has three essential parts; 1) Creative play, which he called gifts and occupations, 2) Singing and dancing for healthy activity; and 3) Observing and nurturing plants in a garden for stimulating awareness of the natural world. Frobel’s garden for children is the landmark of where the word kindergarten originated. Frobel believed that children learn best through play and felt that children should be children. The importance of play, interactive and personalized learning, the importance of all things natural, nurturing a child’s creative talents, and allowing children to take risks are all part of the rich and warming learning experience that is a Froebelian nursery. (Bruce, 2012)To prepare for this Journal, watch the two videos below. Then write a reflection based on some of these guiding questions
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