Arranging and equipping the sand and water area
Treasure baskets
Playing in the sand
Colour and sound in your nursery setting

Early years

Throughout the world there is a growing concern that children are being exposed to a range of cultural pressures that may be damaging to their long-term health and wellbeing. How can we ensure we are promoting the form of adult life that we value and wish to perpetuate?
Helping children build vocabulary and develop language skills to get what they need and want is a key teaching task in the early childhood classroom. So many important developmental tasks are tied to children’s ability to access and use language in the right ways at the right time.
Research shows that early math skills may be a better indicator of later academic success than early reading skills. So how should teachers prepare young children for math education?
Are we really willing to let fantasy play disappear from our early years settings?
You can welcome children to the home corner by making it as much like children’s real homes as possible.
When children play with blocks, they are practicing mathematical skills.
The Treasure Basket is made of sturdy wicker, strong enough for a sitting baby to lean an elbow on without flipping the basket.
Babies love to play and some bought play resources can be very useful. However, many suitable play items do not need to be purchased.

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