Culture for Under-Threes: Empowering Early Childhood Educators to Embed Cultural Diversity into their Programmes for Children Under 3 Years-of-Age
Two short videos produced by Alannah Dore with the support of cinematographer Cath Murphy.

Early childhood programs need to provide children with the opportunities to develop a strong identity, feel connected and experience a sense of belonging. One crucial way is by connecting all children to their own and other cultures and languages. In addition, children should have exposure to the richness and benefits of diversity, building their own cultural competence at this formative time of rapid development.

This project was created with educators and teachers of very young children – particularly children aged from birth to 3 years –  in long day care services, as they are the people who have a strong influence on these outcomes.

Coming soon – workshop and other resources to support these videos.

Video 1:
Culture for Under Threes
Based on the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia

To view this video, use the Password: agecsvideo

Video 2
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultures for All Under Threes in Victoria
Based on the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia

To view this video, use the Password: agecsvideo

CLICK HERE for resources about Aboriginal Perspectives and how to embed them in your programme.