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By Judith Thwaites

Every Early Years practitioner, together with childminders, could have a statutory responsibility to bring the recent Early Years Framework. This publication will supply a realistic, dip-in source to assist them meet the necessities of the non-public, Social and Emotional quarter of the framework.

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Taking this further Safety note If you prefer, demonstrate the washing of a genuinely dirty item, letting the children watch at a dry distance. Ensure that the floor remains slip-proof throughout. 41 IDEA 36 Missing Piece Focus Group size Preparation/Resources Dispositions and Attitudes Behaviour and Self-control Self-care Individual Wooden inset puzzle or shape-posting activity When given opportunities to be assertive in non-threatening situations, children can learn strategies to stand up for themselves in future.

A small handful of raisins counts as one item. • Aim to have the children sit and wait for everyone in their group to be ready before they start eating together. 34 Safety note Particularly as children may be trying out food that’s new to them, watch out for choking. Taking this further Provide folded serviettes/kitchen-roll squares. Make a point of recycling any waste food from this activity – send it home for rabbits/birds/compost as appropriate. 35 IDEA 30 Is that a New Hat? Focus Group size Preparation/Resources Sense of Community Any (See below) This focuses on children’s powers of observation, helping them to take an interest in their environment and to notice details.

Use the wrong name for a character throughout a familiar story, until someone stops you. 42 IDEA 37 Feed the Birds Focus Group size Preparation/Resources Behaviour and Self-control Self-care Any (usual adult to child ratio for outings) Strong paper bags/plastic or card boxes Freshly chopped soft grass Lettuce leaves Hand wipes While feeding the swans and ducks in the park, children learn to be aware of the needs of living things. This activity also reinforces the need for hand hygiene. • The children decide, from a limited range, which containers/bags (plastic food boxes/paper bags/card containers) are best to hold the food for the birds.

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