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Children often love to play with dough of any description and I have put together some recipes, which I’ve used in my work with children, for you to try yourself!
Sand play is an important resource in early year’s settings for children as they can learn lots of scientific and mathematical concepts.
Play, a topic widely associated with children, especially during the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), but once children have passed through this stage of education, the emphasis drifts from playing to more formal schooling.
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Tina Bruce is a contemporary theorist, whose work concentrates on social learning theory. She believes that children use play to practice skills they have already learned.
Isaac’s main theory rests on observation of children to reflect on their learning. She believed in free play and thought children should be allowed to be curious and make their own discoveries.
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