In Play Foundations Favourite Stories, the theme is explored through focusing on different ways in which children discover ‘favourite stories’, including activities related to traditional stories, fantasy worlds, stories with patterns and rhymes and stories about different cultures to help develop their communication, language and literacy skills.
- Top tips for how to ensure the needs and interests of each unique child are provided for through challenging, enjoyable activities and positive relationships
- Guidance on setting up enabling environments using both indoor and outside areas
- Ideas for how to differentiate to meet the varying abilities and rates of development with advice on assessment through observing, reflecting and planning
- A straightforward planning chart to clearly identify the focus of each activity by prime and specific areas of learning
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A fantastic reference book which can be used by new and experienced practioners [sic] alike. The Cd-rom encourages ICT within settings and how this can enhance and extend learning. I rate this series as 10/10, Childminder friendly and would recommend it as an essential part of the childminding toolkit. --Samantha Goudie, NCMA, May 2008
very carefully designed to offer help and guidance to any early years practitioner... --Lois Nott, Early Years Online, June 2008
Jean Evans has a wealth of experience teachaing in a variety of Early Years settings and writing for the Early Years.
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Book Description Collins Educational. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk000749274X