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Observe how absorbed the children can become in particular schemas when you provide resources and activities suggested by Diana Lawton.
Try using resources as suggested by Helen Bilton photo at coombes school, Reading, by Teri Pengilley
Go back in time for children to get a sense of themselves and to explore concepts with activities across the early years curriculum suggested by Sheila Ebbutt.
Contrasts, and cause and effect, are just some of the concepts within the learning to be found in an investigation of 'wet' and 'dry' by Carole Skinner, Fran Mosley and Sheila Ebbutt.
Now's the time to go out on a leaf hunt and discover how many areas for learning they can lead you to. Try starting with these ideas from Carole Skinner, Fran Mosley and Sheila Ebbutt.
Ideas for engaging with children from birth to 12 months using sounds and movement are suggested by Alice Sharp.
Ways to progress through a session based on rhythm or different types of music are set out by Helen Bilton.
Dramatising a story can help children to express emotions and structure a narrative, says Helen Bilton.
Take a look at opportunities you have for creating interactive spaces outdoors, says Elizabeth Jarman.
Use physical movement play to enhance children's vocabulary and language skills, says Helen Bilton.
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