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Community Playthings | Cultural diversity in the early years

Community Playthings | Cultural diversity in the early years | Early childhood studies | Scoop.it
Jennie Lindon emphasises teaching respect for cultural diversity in the Early Years.

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Children's charities slam child poverty strategy - Nursery World (subscription)

Children's charities slam child poverty strategy - Nursery World (subscription) | Early childhood studies | Scoop.it
Children's charities slam child poverty strategy Nursery World (subscription) 'Through our investment in early years and the pupil premium, we are determined to give youngsters the best possible start, with schools seen by struggling families as...

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History of Forest Schools | Kindling Play and Training

History of Forest Schools | Kindling Play and Training | Early childhood studies | Scoop.it
History of Forest School | Kindling Play and Training | Forest School | Beach School | Playwork | Training | Creative Workshops | Outdoor Learning

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Good EYFS Display? Try a 'Scrapbook' approach.

Good EYFS Display? Try a 'Scrapbook' approach. | Early childhood studies | Scoop.it
I am often asked what 'good' EYFS display should look like. My answer is usually that it is easier to say what a 'not so good' display looks like and...

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Play and Social-Emotional Development | Education.com

Play and Social-Emotional Development | Education.com | Early childhood studies | Scoop.it
Examines the relationship of theory to social play including Piaget’s cognitive-developmental theory, Erickson’s psychosocial theory, and Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory.

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