The outdoor environment offers access to unique opportunities to explore and discover the world around us with the weather and nature constantly enhancing each and every learning experience. The benefits of outdoor learning are accepted world wide and the need to plan for experiences across the curriculum is as important to practitioners as ever. 50 Fantastic Ideas for Science Outdoors offers lots of practical ways to incorporate early science skills and knowledge within other areas of learning the book is written as a recipe type step-by-step guide to 50 exciting ideas. For practitioners looking to develop their outdoor learning provision or those just seeking a quick exciting idea to refresh an existing area, this book offers loads of clear and concise activities to help. Showing how early science is a truly multisensory exploration of the world the author has tried to show how good practice can be developed on even the tightest of budgets.
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Kirstine Beeley is an ex-teacher with experience across a range of early years, primary and special needs settings. Now working as an independent trainer and writer, this working mum has a heart felt passion for child-centred early years and primary learning. The creator of the Empathy Dolls Approach, she now works closely with childminders and nursery and primary school staff for local authorities across the United Kingdom to promote children's emotional development, independence, and positive mental health.Review:
Any learning environment, home, classroom, nursery or staff room would be all the richer for having a set of these books on their shelves for reference. Early Years Educator It was a delight to review this new Featherstone collection. They have a reputation for well thought out, clearly illustrated texts designed to support EYFS practitioners. This series is no exception. The ideas are exciting. -- The Teacher Good quality resources like these books packed with ideas will...give teachers greater confidence in taking their classes outdoors. ...The book is an excellent way to encourage an early appreciation of science, especially the natural world. Parents in Touch
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