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Make your child’s first day at school an enjoyable one with this easy-to-make scrapbook of all the new things they will encounter.
Using fewer toys in small world play encourages children to focus on creating novel situations for the characters to explore. With no new figures to add excitement, the variety comes from the imagined worlds they inhabit.
How do children learn to communicate? How does language happen and is it something that can be nurtured? Early Years teacher, Emma Gouldbourn, looks at the fascinating process of our children’s language, from baby babble through to toddler talk.
Have you ever said “I’m rubbish at maths”, or “I can’t draw to save my life”? These negative beliefs affect your ability to overcome challenges. As Henry Ford said, “Whether you think you can, or think you can’t – you’re right.” Psychologists call this self-efficacy.
Are you familiar with Bloom’s taxonomy? It was created to help educators design curricula but it also helps us at home when we play with our children.