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 Supporting Toddlers’ Wellbeing in Early Years Settings

Supporting Toddlers’ Wellbeing in Early Years Settings

Strategies and Tools for Practitioners and Teachers

Edited by Helen Sutherland and Yasmin Mukadam

Quick Overview

There's a lack of training for practitioners supporting toddlers at what is a very pivotal age for development. This book fills this gap as the go-to guide for improving toddlers' mental and physical development by providing strategies and tools to support toddlers' overall wellbeing. Includes case studies/examples of good practice across Europe.
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Paperback / softback
2018, 9.02in x 5.98in / 229mm x 152mm, 208pp
ISBN: 9781785922626
£16.99

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Offering an in-depth exploration of the distinctive features of the play development and learning of toddlers, this book provides useful materials, strategies and tools that can be used by practitioners supporting toddlers at this significant age.

The book explores the context and concepts of wellbeing and is ideal for early years practitioners, teachers and students working with toddlers. It sets out practical guidance on the following key factors: home, family, health, development and learning, voice and expressions, early language, meal times and early years settings. These factors are supported with case studies and examples of good practice from Norway, Spain and the UK and expanded upon with reflective thinking exercises and suggested strategies to implement.