100 Ideas for Teaching Physical Development

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A&C Black, Apr 18, 2009 - Education - 119 pages
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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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Contents

Exploring Movement and Space
13
Investigating Healthy and Bodily Awareness
25
Using Equipment and Materials
37
Challenges for Physical Development
49
Movements Developmental Stages
61
Learning and Teaching in Physical Development
73
Links with Other Areas and Aspects of Learning and Development
83
Considerations for Physical Development
95
Developing Physical Development
107
References
119
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About the author (2009)

Simon Brownhill is a Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of Derby, UK.

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