This research project falls within the field of developmental psychology and, based on a socio-historical perspective, sets out to investigate the shared education of children of 0-6 years in camps and rural settlements. These contexts are moments experienced by families seeking the conquest of a rural area through a land reform project. The demands of these contexts lead to the organization of the community in many collective spaces in which it is proposed to understand how the sharing of education for children 0-6 years, identifying continuities and discontinuities in the practices of the two contexts. It is estimated for the development of the study involving 12 children aged 0-6 years living in a camp and a rural settlement. The construction of the data will take place from observations-participants for 15 days, the daily life of every child previously selected, reported in Daily Field, conducting semi-structured interviews with (s) principal (s) carer (s) children focus of observation, and a collective conversation with the community on data constructed by the researcher. Data will be analyzed from the perspective of theoretical methodological network of meanings - RedSig, with the creation of maps that describe the scenario, the partners, the main interactions and activities in which children are embedded in each context. The aim of this study contribute to the production of knowledge about the child from the field and the enhancement of the development of shared spaces education to them.
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