Daddy Let's Play Activities for Dads and Children Aged 3 to 5 Years by Daniel Ayeni, Ali Perry


Daddy Let's Play Activities for Dads and Children Aged 3 to 5 Years by Daniel Ayeni, Ali Perry

Daddy, Let's Play offers activities for dads to do with young children, aged 3-5 years. They have all been chosen as ones dads and young children will enjoy together; they don't require lots of materials not normally found in a home; they don't take too long to do and there are activities for inside and outside the home. The booklet is full colour and is extensively illustrated.

About the Author

Ali Perry has been manager of a Sure Start Children's Centre in Wiltshire for the past five years and she has vast experience of working with parents. Ali has a well-earned reputation as a result of the highly successful programmes and workshops she has run for fathers and male carers. Daniel Ayeni has been a Children's Centre and Extended Services Manager in Sutton since 2008. He received a 4Children National Children's Stars Award in 2010 in recognition for his work with fathers. He has led a highly successful Dad's Project (Men Behaving Dadly) since 2008. The project was recently shortlisted for a Nursery World Award.

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24 pages


Daniel Ayeni, Ali Perry
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Publication date

18th October 2011



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