Find out how to help babies develop their physical and emotional health using movement and mirrors
Movement is a very important foundation for young children’s learning, health and well-being. Dancing with babies is not only a lovely thing to do together but it also supports a baby’s natural drive to move freely, without stress or restriction.
By using mirrors and other reflective surfaces to explore how our limbs and body parts work, we can provide a fabulous opportunity for children to respond to the world they find around them and to communicate their place within it.
This wonderful teaching pack encourages the practitioner to follow the baby’s lead to see how they make connections between what they know, what they can do with their bodies, and how the world works around them. It’s also a lot of fun!
|Babies and Toddlers from four to 18 months|
|PSED||Managing Feelings and Behaviour|
|Communication and Language||Listening and Attention|
|Physical Development||Moving and Handling|
|Understanding the World||People and Communities|
|Expressive Arts and Design||Being Imaginative|
|THIS PACK CONTAINS|
|Artists' Intention and Learning Objectives|
|Step-by-Step Creative Activity Plans|
|Environment and Resource Lists|
|Top Tips to support Additional Learning Needs|
|Guidance for Reflection and Planning|
|Activities Mapped against EYFS Areas of Learning|
|Case Study of Activities in Practice|
|Each pack has between 16-24 pages, in full colour, and has an easy-to-clean matt laminate cover|