100 Ideas for Teaching Physical Development
100 Ideas for Teaching Physical Development is the winner of a 2009 Practical Pre-School Gold Award!
The book is packed with 100 inspirational ideas on teaching physical development in the Early Years, ranging from ways to provide child-initiated learning opportunities to enriching physical development with ICT.
Using his wealth of experience, the author has produced a fantastic selection of ideas to enhance and facilitate learning. Practical and innovative, this book is an ideal companion for all practitioners working in an Early Years setting.
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Exploring Movement and Space
Investigating Healthy and Bodily Awareness
Using Equipment and Materials
Challenges for Physical Development
Movements Developmental Stages
Learning and Teaching in Physical Development
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