…and what can they bring to practice in the Early Years?
Sensory stories tell a story using words and sensory stimuli. Usually there are just a few sentences in a sensory story (10 or less) and each sentence is paired with a sensory stimulus.
Ideas to get you started
In this article we will explore how children’s senses can be stimulated though play in your setting. There will be examples of materials to offer and how you can have an influence on the continuous provision in your setting.
A case study to establish the impact of the Early Education for Two Year Olds upon a child in Looked After Care, his main carer and the setting he attends
This case study research endeavours to assess the impact the government’s funding for two year olds has had upon the child in looked after care (LAC), his main carer and the setting which he attends.
Can the use of forest school interventions promote autonomy and peer-interaction in young children?
The proposed study will critically examine the use of forest school interventions as a method of promoting young children’s autonomous self-realisation and peer-interactions.