Movement and Learning in the Early Years: Supporting Dyspraxia (DCD) and Other Difficulties
Movement is a key factor in young children's development and it can affect how they learn and how they feel. This book shows you how to observe a child as they move to allow for early identification of any problems and then tells you how to help
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