Using Towers and Bunting – to nurture young children’s learning + FREE postcard pack

 

£8.00

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Age Range:

2 – 5 years

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Earlyarts Uk

Find out how to construct and deconstruct imaginary worlds using cardboard towers and bunting

This beautiful, creative teaching pack from Earlyarts is designed to help educators improve children’s cognitive, physical, social and emotional development. It encourages practitioners to scaffold children’s interests, opening up a world of possibilities for the imagination as well as providing starting points for shared thinking and discussion across all ares of the Early Years Foundation Stage.

How many times have you seen children have more fun with a cardboard box than with ‘the-whatever- it-was’ inside? Cardboard boxes are amazing! They offer children an opportunity to be in control of their space. As they explore this secure container with every one of their senses, they start to make critical connections between containment and security, imagination and real life, making marks or symbols and being understood.

This highly creative pack encourages the practitioner to scaffold children’s interests by helping them make big constructions that open up a world of possibilities for the imagination and for learning. It opens up a myriad of opportunities for deeper level thinking and discussion across all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), as well as giving you an insight into your children’s big dreams.

 

EYFS FOCUS

  • PSED – Self-confidence and Self-awareness
  • Communication and Language – Speaking
  • Physical Development – Moving and Handling
  • Mathematics – Shape, Space and Measure
  • Expressive Arts and Design – Being Imaginative

 

THIS PACK CONTAINS

  • Artists’ Intention and Learning Objectives
  • Step-by-Step Creative Activity Plans
  • Environment and Resource Lists
  • Top Tips to support Additional Learning Needs
  • Guidance for Reflection and Planning
  • Activities Mapped against EYFS Areas of Learning
  • Case Study of Activities in Practice

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