Find out how to transform indoor and outdoor spaces using children’s stories
There is no question about it, children love sharing and hearing stories. Even better than that, however, is the chance to play the story – to take what you have seen or heard and to make it real, to decide what goes where, when and with whom.
Opportunities like these are vital for our young children and they offer so many possibilities for negotiation, creative thinking, planning, evaluating, constructing, investigating and wonderful, joyful expression.
This superb pack enables educators to make maps of story spaces that represent their children’s journeys, and encourages children to become more consciously aware of their surroundings. Giving adult attention and permission to make, to try, to have a go, the transformation of their spaces will offer children huge learning opportunities right across all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).
|3 – 6 years|
|Literacy||Reading and Writing|
|Communication and Language||Listening and Attention|
|Mathematics||Shape, Space and Measure|
|Understanding the World||The World|
|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|