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Risk Adventure in Early Years Outdoor Play

Risk   Adventure in Early Years Outdoor Play Author Sara Knight
ISBN-10 9781446210307
Release 2011-03-17
Pages 152
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Do you want to create exciting outdoor experiences for children? Are you looking for guidance on how to incorporate the wilder and riskier elements of outdoor play into your planning? This book will give you the confidence to offer the children in your setting adventurous and challenging outdoor activities, as well as ways to utilise natural resources to their best advantage. There is clear, practical advice on what you need to do, which is underpinned by the theory that supports the benefits of this approach. Examples from settings are included, to illustrate best practice and to show how things can be achieved. Issues considered include: - being outside in 'bad' weather - the importance of risk-taking - the benefits of rough and tumble play - observing and assessing children in this mode - how these experiences improve children's learning - explaining activities to parents, colleagues and managers - ensuring health and safety requirements are met - the role of the adult in facilitating these experiences. Suitable for all students and practitioners working with young children from Birth to 8 , this book will not only give you ideas for outdoor play but also help you understand exactly what you are doing, why it is educationally sound and developmentally important for children, and where it connects with the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in England, the Foundation Phase (FP) in Wales and the Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland. Sara Knight is an experienced early years educator and Senior Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University. She is a trained Forest School practitioner and author of Forest Schools and Outdoor Learning in the Early Years.



Risk Adventure in Early Years Outdoor Play

Risk   Adventure in Early Years Outdoor Play Author Sara Knight
ISBN-10 1446244865
Release 2011-03-17
Pages 152
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Do you want to create exciting outdoor experiences for children? Are you looking for guidance on how to incorporate the wilder and riskier elements of outdoor play into your planning? This book will give you the confidence to offer the children in your setting adventurous and challenging outdoor activities, as well as ways to utilise natural resources to their best advantage. There is clear, practical advice on what you need to do, which is underpinned by the theory that supports the benefits of this approach. Examples from settings are included, to illustrate best practice and to show how things can be achieved. Issues considered include: - being outside in 'bad' weather - the importance of risk-taking - the benefits of rough and tumble play - observing and assessing children in this mode - how these experiences improve children's learning - explaining activities to parents, colleagues and managers - ensuring health and safety requirements are met - the role of the adult in facilitating these experiences. Suitable for all students and practitioners working with young children from Birth to 8 , this book will not only give you ideas for outdoor play but also help you understand exactly what you are doing, why it is educationally sound and developmentally important for children, and where it connects with the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in England, the Foundation Phase (FP) in Wales and the Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland. Sara Knight is an experienced early years educator and Senior Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University. She is a trained Forest School practitioner and author of Forest Schools and Outdoor Learning in the Early Years.



Risk Adventure in Early Years Outdoor Play

Risk   Adventure in Early Years Outdoor Play Author Sara Knight
ISBN-10 9781849206303
Release 2011-04-06
Pages 142
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In this book, Sara Knight shows the reader how to create exciting outdoor experiences for children while adhering to health and safety requirements.



Exercising Muscles and Minds

Exercising Muscles and Minds Author Marjorie Ouvry
ISBN-10 9781907969256
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 96
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Focusing on outdoor play with three to five year olds, Exercising Muscles and Minds is the bestselling guide to planning for learning outside throughout the year. Challenging the assumption that playing out of doors is an 'optional extra' that happens only on sunny days, it describes how to plan for outdoor play as part of a whole curriculum. In simple, accessible chapters it explains why outdoor play is so important, how to overcome limited access to outdoors, how to prepare an outdoor learning environment and skills for teaching outdoors. Full of case studies and ideas for activities, equipment and resources, this practical guide is full of useful guidance for working outdoors with young children - whether in largest of green areas or the smallest of back yards.



Exploring Outdoor Play in the Early Years

Exploring Outdoor Play in the Early Years Author Trisha Maynard
ISBN-10 9780335263394
Release 2014-06-01
Pages 178
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The aim of this text is to explore outdoor play in the early years focusing, in particular, on early years settings and young children aged 0 to 7 years.



Outdoor Provision in the Early Years

Outdoor Provision in the Early Years Author Jan White
ISBN-10 1446244288
Release 2011-03-17
Pages 136
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Outdoor education offers children special contexts for play and exploration, real experiences, and contact with the natural world and the community. To help ensure young children thrive and develop in your care, this book provides essential information on how to make learning outdoors a rich and valuable part of their daily life. Written by a team of experts in the field, this book focuses on the core values of effective outdoor provision, and is packed with ideas to try out in practice. Topics covered include: - the role of play in learning outdoors - meaningful experiences for children outdoors - the role of the adult outdoors - creating a dynamic and flexible outdoor environment - dealing with challenge, risk and safety - including every child in outdoor learning There are case studies of successful strategies in action, covering the Birth to 5 age range. Outdoor provision needs to be thoughtfully planned, well organised and appropriately supported by adults, and this book will help practitioners and students to lead good practice with confidence, so that they respond to the needs and interests of young children.



Outdoor Learning in the Early Years

Outdoor Learning in the Early Years Author Helen Bilton
ISBN-10 9781135281700
Release 2010-03-05
Pages 272
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This book offers a complete guide to outdoor play, provision and learning in the Early Years and beyond.



Outdoor Play in the Early Years

Outdoor Play in the Early Years Author Helen Bilton
ISBN-10 1853469521
Release 2002
Pages 131
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This book offers a thorough investigation of the outdoor area and outdoor play in any early years setting. It stimulates and challenges practitioners to develop a truly effective teaching and learning environment by providing detailed guidance and discussion on organizing, managing and resourcing this environment. It is written for all practitioners working in Early Years settings, those taking relevant initial teacher education and professional development courses as well those pursuing vocational and diploma courses. Governing bodies and Headteachers would find this a useful text, especially as they introduce and develop their outdoor areas. This second edition includes advice on how to provide outdoor play in infant settings and offers examples from teachers working in this field. Links are made between the Foundation Stage principles for early years education and the guiding principles for outdoor play and provision. The author discusses the structure of the day and how to include literacy and numeracy. Personal, social and emotional development, movement and thinking, bikes, fixed equipment and play scenarios are all discussed in detail. Further additions include a resource and equipment list, examples of assessment, running records, planning and a suggested outdoor area layout.



100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners Outdoor Play

100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners  Outdoor Play Author Julie Mountain
ISBN-10 9781472911056
Release 2015-05-21
Pages 120
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Children benefit hugely from regular, frequent and progressive outdoor play, and it should therefore be an integral part of their early education. This brand new addition to the 100 ideas series offers early years practitioners easy-to-implement outdoor play activities and practical advice on managing and evaluating your provision. Dip in and out of the ideas which range in complexity, from 'getting started' activities for practitioners who are inexperienced or less confident about outdoor play, to more challenging strategies for those who have used Forest School ideas. Julie Mountain's wealth of knowledge and abundance of creativity and enthusiasm shines through with activities involving mark making, storytelling, communicating, exploration, maths and mud! In addition, there are guest ideas from outdoor play experts Kierna Corr, Felicity Robinson, Lesley Romanoff, Juliet Robertson, Lily Horseman and Mary Jackson and an extensive further reading section. The ideas in this book will inspire you to get outside and make the most of your outdoor space however big or small it is and whatever the weather decides to throw at you! INCLUDES Teaching tips - Taking it further ideas - Ideas for involving parents - Bonus ideas



Outdoor Play Every Day

Outdoor Play  Every Day Author Karyn Wellhousen
ISBN-10 0766840611
Release 2002
Pages 274
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For educators and caregivers who are interested in providing a more interesting outdoor play experience for children, Outdoor Play Everyday: Innovative Play Concepts for Early Childhood, is the book of choice. It covers outdoor play experiences for children from birth to age eight, and gives suggestions for creating developmentally appropriate practices as well as examples of safe and accessible playgrounds. Insights into observing and assessing children's outdoor play, and a discussion of the history of outdoor play, are fascinatingly presented. The book shows photographs and drawings featuring equipment and outdoor play areas, and includes information about safety concerns for outdoor play at home, at school, and in the community. Suggestions for parents in selecting preschools or child care centers with adequate outdoor play facilities are outlined for safety considerations.



Playing Outdoors in the Early Years

Playing Outdoors in the Early Years Author Ros Garrick
ISBN-10 9781847065476
Release 2009-12-18
Pages 132
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Considers every aspect of outdoor play - from its rationale in early childhood education, to incorporating it successfully into the curriculum and assessing its wider implications for teaching and learning.



Forest School and Outdoor Learning in the Early Years

Forest School and Outdoor Learning in the Early Years Author Sara Knight
ISBN-10 9781446283097
Release 2013-06-17
Pages 176
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Outdoor learning continues to play an essential role in early years education, and this new edition of a bestselling book explores how the Forest School approach can be easily and effectively incorporated into early years practice. Expanding on aspects of Forest School teaching, and drawing on new developments and policy changes within the field, this new edition also includes: - a new chapter on working with parents - greater coverage of the 0-2 age range - new case studies to aid learning - coverage of international approaches to Forest School Yet again Sara Knight delivers an inspirational text for all those working in or studying early years education and care. Sara Knight is an experienced early years educator and Senior Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University. She is a trained Forest School practitioner and author of Forest Schools For All and Risk and Adventure in Early Years Outdoor Play (both published by SAGE).



Forest Schools Outdoor Learning in the Early Years

Forest Schools   Outdoor Learning in the Early Years Author Sara Knight
ISBN-10 1446242811
Release 2009-04-09
Pages 144
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Learning outside the classroom is an essential part of early years education, and this book looks at the opportunities the Forest School experience can offer young children for learning outdoors, and how this fits into the early years curriculum. By offering clear guidance on what the Forest School approach can achieve, the book shows you how to incorporate good practice into all outdoor play activities. Issues examined include: - what is, and what isn't, a Forest School experience - how exercise, fresh air and learning outside help counter obesity - how Forest School can improve behaviour and social skills - accommodating different learning styles - examples of Forest School in practice This is an inspirational read for anyone working in early years education, and for all those who care about the future of our young children and the world in which they are growing up.



Learning Outdoors

Learning Outdoors Author Maggie Woonton
ISBN-10 9781136774270
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 128
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It is now officially acknowledged that outdoor play is extremely important for young children's development and that a few old bikes and a climbing frame just will not do. This book shows how to develop an outdoor learning environment properly for young children and how adult supporters should behave in this space. This book offers examples of good outdoor practice in a range of early years settings. Both practical and theoretical aspects of learning outdoors are covered, tracking a shared enthusiasm for outdoor play amongst practitioners, children and parents. The book shows how the authors set about solving common problems encountered in the outdoor area, and, using photographs, plans and written observations, the book shows how stimulating outdoor learning environments can be created.



Outdoor Play

Outdoor Play Author Sue Durant
ISBN-10 9781907241949
Release 2012-08-17
Pages 66
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Ideal reference book of activities for anyone wanting to develop children's learning outdoors. "Play underpins all development and learning in young children" Practice Guidance for the Early Years Foundation Stage (2008, page 7). Learning through play is at the heart of the EYFS, and this series aims to give the practitioner as many play ideas as possible to support children's learning.



Playing Outdoors Spaces And Places Risk And Challenge

Playing Outdoors  Spaces And Places  Risk And Challenge Author Tovey, Helen
ISBN-10 9780335216413
Release 2007-11-01
Pages 162
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Young children seek adventure and challenge in their outdoor play. This book offers a clear rationale for why outdoor play is essential for young children's lives and learning. It asks fundamental questions about what sort of environments we want for young children, as well as examining issues of risk and safety.



The Early Years

The Early Years Author Marie Lasenby
ISBN-10 0746615418
Release 1990
Pages 32
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The Early Years has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Early Years also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Early Years book for free.