Download e-book for iPad: Bringing the High Scope Approach to your Early Years by Nicky Holt

By Nicky Holt

ISBN-10: 1843124319

ISBN-13: 9781843124313

Have you ever questioned what High/Scope is, the place it got here from, and the way it may be used with kids on your surroundings? This e-book will solution your entire questions and extra. It includes:

  • details concerning the High/Scope Wheel of Learning
  • an rationalization of energetic studying, together with fabrics, manipulation, selection, language and support
  • Plan-Do-Review activities
  • planning and evaluation methods.

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At planning time Amy chose to read books, and Nicky asked if she would like to do it alone or with someone. ’ Technology and computer area As children are growing up in an ever more technological age the addition of a computer may be something settings have. Thought must be given to the programs that the children will have access to and there are many specifically designed for young children on the market today. Programs that allow children to draw, compare, match and count are often favourites as well as games that allow two children to play together.

Kera had chosen the wild animals and was lining them up in family groups. Joe had taken out the cars and was racing them along the floor. Both then selected some pine cones; Kera decided they were trees and hedges to ‘keep the animals in’ but as Joe crashed the cars into them he said, ‘these are the crash barriers to stop the cars going off the track’. Book corner The book corner is usually a cosy, quiet space for children to use. They like to look at the books alone, with friends or have an adult read a favourite story to them.

My Dad has one of these, he uses it for work,’ she said. ’ Jenny went over to the house area and collected a telephone, ‘phoned’ several people, spoke on the phone and wrote in the diary. This use of a ‘throwaway’ item really supported Jenny in her play and her re-enactment of what she had seen her Dad do. Water and sand area From infancy children love to play with both water and sand. These natural elements hold fascination and the opportunity to use and manipulate them as children wish. They are free to pour, splash, stir, mix, build, fill and empty on their own or with friends.

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