Sensory Play (Play in the EYFS) by Sue Gascoyne

By Sue Gascoyne

Sensory Play attracts upon present study findings and observations to provide an informative and useful consultant to maximising kid's sensory play possibilities. This consultant allows practitioners to appreciate the values and advantages of sensory play, incorporating case reviews and present study findings to make sensible hyperlinks to the EYFS. Sensory play is determined inside a much broader context, highlighting hyperlinks to baby improvement theories. This name explains how sensory play could be a priceless software in providing curriculum results in a large choice of settings.

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