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Spotlight on Young Children and Play

Author(s): Derry Koralek (click on the author's name for more titles)

This vibrant book compiled from Young Children articles, focuses on the varied powers of play as a source of enjoyment and as a tool for learning.

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RRP $34.95

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StoryMaking: The Maker Movement Approach to Literacy for Early Learners

StoryMaking is a first-to-market book celebrating the multimodal literacies and learning that are demonstrated by young children as they imagine, play, make, and share their stories. It encourages inquiry-based play to develop literacy, and combines: Story-retelling and story creation the Maker Movement—a creative and technological revolution in education that is underway around the globe the importance of play in the early learning curriculum Reggio theory It’s the practice of communicating a variety of ways (e.g. language, gesture, images) over various systems (e.g. visual, audible, physical), and moving children forward in their literacy learning. This book shares the processes, first steps, materials, practical suggestions, student samples, documentation forms, and over 100 full-color photos so teachers can implement their own version of StoryMaking in their classrooms.

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RRP $89.95

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The Right To Be 'Me'

Author(s): Claire Warden (click on the author's name for more titles)

A book written to celebrate the joy of being young. It is hoped that it will inspire and motivate people to value the contribution our children make to our communities. The core values and principles are the rights of very young children, birth to five years, to a high quality educational environment that focuses on emotional well-being.

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Three Year Old at Home and at Playgroup Book/DVD (limited stock available)
Observation Sequences

This production shows a three and a half year old girl’s changing behaviour in different situations. Together the sequences show clearly how children can behave quite differently in different situations and illustrates the importance of not relying on single observations. The accompanying notes (12 pages) include a narrative observation for each sequence together with an evaluation and conclusion. They give backgroound information and an overall conclusion about the child.

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RRP $129.95

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