Activities for Individual Learning Through Shape and Colour: Resources for the Early Years Practitioner

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A&C Black, Aug 6, 2010 - Education - 185 pages
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Containing over 70 tried-and-tested activities, Activities for Individual Learning through Shape and Colour is a practical resource which takes a cross-curricular thematic approach and uses the themes of shape and colour to explore the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). This thematic approach saves preparation and teaching time for practitioners and provides children with more effective and engaging activities. It also familiarises children with the more sophisticated cross-curricular projects they will encounter in the primary school. Activities are clustered around particular shapes and colours and each set of activities is clearly linked to the EYFS Early Learning Goals.
Activities for Individual Learning through Shape and Colour is a highly practical invaluable resource book for all early years practitioners. >
 

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Wendy Bowkett has worked in early years' settings for over 30 years and ran her own private day nursery for 15 years. She is still actively engaged in working with young children: she runs creative craft clubs and works part-time at a Montessori nursery. Christine Baillie has worked in early years' settings for over 20 years. She is a mum of three and currently works supporting children and their families in a school in Wellingborough, UK.

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