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Can I Go and Play Now?

Rethinking the Early Years

By (author) Greg Bottrill
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Mar 2018
Dimensions: w 160mm h 241mm d 13mm
Weight: 285g
ISBN-10: 1526423278
ISBN-13: 9781526423276
Barcode No: 9781526423276
Synopsis
Is it time to re-think continuous practice in the early years? The world of education is an amazing and rewarding world to be in, but there is a sense among many that work within it that there is something not quite right, that all is not well. In this book, Greg Bottrill explores how he ensures that, in his Early Years setting, continuous provision enables children. He shares his Early Years pedagogy through the '3Ms' and explains how to apply these in the classroom. Greg also explores the definition of play - what it is and what it isn't - and the challenging role of the Early Years teacher. This book shares good practice in: early reading and the joy of reading early writing development boys writing the nature of outdoor play and how to make this truly `outdoor' the role of parents in child development mathematics in play when and how to do intervention work with children how to get Headteachers and centre managers on board.

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This is a highly readable book with a very personal slant which makes it appealing and engaging. The author explores how he ensures that, in his Early Years setting, continuous provision enables children. He shares his Early Years pedagogy through the '3Ms' and explains how to apply these in the classroom. Greg also explores the definition of play - what it is and what it isn't - and the challenging role of the Early Years teacher. Topics include early reading and the joy of reading; early writing development; boys' writing; the nature of outdoor play and how to make this truly `outdoor'; the role of parents in child development; mathematics in play; when and how to do intervention work with children; how to get Headteachers and centre managers on board. These show just how wide-ranging and practical the book is - and always the child is at the heart of everything. Reassuring and empowering - a book to make you think and build confidence. -- Sarah Brew