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 ideasaWe cana#39;t use fireworks on Bonfire Night so we make rockets during the day! ... youa#39;ll need a 35mm film canister or similar lidded small container (not the a#39; clicklocka#39; type), a bottle of vinegar, a tub of bicarbonate of soda, kitchen roll and a spoon.
|Title||:||100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners: Outdoor Play|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2015-05-21|