Developing children as independent learners starts in the early years. Scientific evidence as well as the experience of experts confirms that children between three and six learn most effectively by doing. This work looks at the theory of independent learning and describes how practitioners can plan and resource the early years.Talk about construction, encourage children to plan where they will start and what they might make. Is your ... If so, ita#39;s important to consider how what it offers can be made more interesting for girls. Often it ... Put idea cards in the Lego box, and offer a camera to record what the children make, for a photo book. Use old, worn bricks, sticks, twigs, small logs or offcuts of wood to extend the recycled materials.
|Title||:||Independent Learning in the Foundation Stage|
|Author||:||Ros Bayley, Sally Featherstone|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2013-07-18|