Use the Six Bricks method in your class – it’s endorsed by top educators worldwide to develop core skills for 3-6 year old’s.
Our courses are fully online and self-paced. You have access for 1 year. On completion, we issue you with a certificate for your Professional Development.
Buy each course individually or bundle for a super-saver price of $150 for the full set. We include videos to guide you through over 100 activities and downloadable sheets for you to print out.
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Six Bricks is an innovative way of playing with building bricks to develop critical skills for school success. As children follow the activities, they build their sensory, speech and language, cognitive and social / emotional skills.Learn More about Six Bricks
“Six bricks is the perfect resource. Six Bricks is a wonderful movement that provides amazing learning opportunities both in Early Childhood and Primary School settings.
Six Bricks can be anything from a short brain-break activity, through to a whole Maths exploration. There are hundreds of six bricks activities already created. There are activities that are appropriate from Early Childhood, all the way to Year 6.”
“We use Six Bricks in our Family Day Care Centre and we like it because we can work in small groups with children at different stages of development. We can scale it up or down and challenge children who can do more.
The other day I used the patterning activity with a child who could do the patterns when they were placed horizontally. But when I changed it to a vertical placement, they were confused. So, that was a great learning opportunity around spatial orientation.”
Just when I think we are getting a handle on the big feelings they come exploding back with a new force.
After a morning with lots of big feelings remembered that part of our Yay4Play pack came with emotion exploration activities so I put together a little set up along with our in my heart book that Poppit loves. It was a perfect quiet time activity that allowed Poppit to explore and recognise his feelings within his play.