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Sculpture is an excellent medium for creative expression, but staff and children alike will need help. Nicole Weinstein finds some advice
Printing is an immediately engaging activity for young children because it is both visual and tactile. Nicole Weinstein offers some tips
Painting lets children express themselves, engaging both brain and the body, writes Nicole Weinstein
Most children like to draw. Nicole Weinsteinfinds out how practitioners can best support young children’s early development of drawing – and looks at some of the best resources on offer
Use first-hand experiences and location resources for learning about environments, says Nicole Weinstein.
The transportation schema allows practitioners to witness the advance of learning. Nicole Weinstein shares her advice on supporting it.
Pack-away nurseries need be creative to make their settings work. Nicole Weinstein asks three how they manage their storage solutions.
The outdoors offers opportunities to get creative with role play. Nicole Weinstein suggests how practitioners might provide resources to support, and build on, children's natural interests.
This natural material opens up opportunities for children to experiment and explore both real and imaginary worlds - and a mud kitchen makes a good central point.
Before spending a lot of money on an outside playhouse, settings must think carefully about how it fits their specific needs, says Nicole Weinstein.
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