The Little Book of Bags, Boxes and Trays Little Books with Big Ideas (35) by Lynn Clere
  

The Little Book of Bags, Boxes and Trays Little Books with Big Ideas (35)

Written by Lynn Clere
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Part of the Little Books Series

Synopsis

The Little Book of Bags, Boxes and Trays Little Books with Big Ideas (35) by Lynn Clere

Children love containers, and this book uses many different sorts to extend children's natural interests in collecting, sorting, transporting and filling bags, boxes and trays. Weaving, maths, pattern, language, stories and exploration are all included.

About the Author

Lynn began her first year in teaching as an Early Years Co-ordinator. In 2002 she became the Network Support teacher in Staffordshire's first Early Years Centre. Her role was to support centre staff and the staff in its four satellite nurseries promoting good practice and raising standards in teaching, learning and professional development. She worked for five years as an Associate Lecturer with the Open University teaching degree courses for Early Years professionals and then in 2004 began consultancy work - presenting workshops for Surestart parents carers and professionals.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Lynn Clere
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Publisher

Featherstone Education Ltd

Publication date

1st November 2004

ISBN

9781905019090


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