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...having a good time in the Early Years
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This page offers ideas for use in settings, together with supporting documents and links to other sites. To
stay up-to-date and relevant it needs the input of users, so please let me have your comments, thoughts,
ideas, and useful information you’re willing to share.
Email sally@sallyfeatherstone.org.
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Two recent documents about heath and nutrition
for young children: ‘Early Movers’ published by
the British Heart Foundation, and ‘Eat Better, Start
Better.’
Go to the page for details.
This ‘ready-made’ curriculum has always held on
to a model of cross-curricular, thematic learning. It
is rooted in recent research into brain
development and the way children learn.
Go to the page for details.
Sand, water, role-play, small world, brick play and
other activities may be lost as the curriculum
becomes more structured. A result may be
children being ’switched off’ from learning.
Go to the page for details.
Never heard of ‘loose parts play’? Never mind,
you’re not alone.
Go to the page for details.
Tracking documents constructed for groups of
practitioners to use the Development Matters
statements as a framework for assessment.
Go to the page for details.
Play is essential in the Early Years and beyond.
There are 2 sections - play in England and play in
Scotland.
Go to the page for details.
 Ideas into practice