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The tools and resources you need to have on hand for D&T work are surprisingly basic and simple - the most important thing is that they offer progression in learning Children should have planned and properly supported access to a range of tools, materials and components for D&T work. The range should be comprehensive rather than extensive. What is important is that there is a progression in the way resources are introduced.

EARLY EXPERIENCES To plan effective D&T activities, practitioners need first to acknowledge the experiences that children bring with them to the early years setting, their stage of development and their rapid development in a period when most children demonstrate a capacity for learning at a speed which may never be reached again.

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