I found this very interesting, and I like the approach.... however working in a nursery with limited spaces and time schedules makes this very difficult, if not impossible.... but I understand the concept, and am pondering how to incorporate this.
Rigorous policies must be in place to help create a supportive culture in which teachers can report their concerns The serious case review into the ways in which four-year-old Daniel Pelka was failed by numerous agencies will have made devastating...
It's too easy to miss the signs or even ignore the signs by being too busy or caught up in targets. Prevention and intervent IS necessary! Children need us to protect them and ensure their safety and well-being... children and their whole well-being and welfare should come above all else... we don't want to raise damanged children, but whole, healthy, happy children who grow into whole, happy, healthy adults.
communication, rhymes, stories, books and reading to and with children is so important....experiences, PLAY, encouragement, but what they don't need is pressure to perform... that can be damaging. Love and encourage, support and guide, that's the best way.
Nursery rhymes, important in learning to read, falling from favor Philly.com As kids get older, reading-comprehension problems often are linked to weaknesses with vocabulary, and exposing toddlers to nursery rhymes that are playful with language...
I work in a pre-school, and as the basis to learning, recognising letters and words, I use nursery rhymes.... something they know and can relate too.... it works really well, and children have progressed tremendously.
Little kids. They're sticky. They drip a lot. And they mess up our stuff. But we wouldn't trade them for anything in the world. We can't. We're actually not allowed. Most countries have very strict laws against it.
Recognizing Child Development Problems / Educational Video. Public domain video courtesy of CDC. It's time to change how we view a child's growth. Do you kno...
Ruth Grigg's insight:
It's so important to recognize early signs so that we can enable children and parents to help children progress in life.... the earlier the better... denial or refusal will not help the child.... but early intervention is crucial.
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