EYFS Development 30-50 Months: Ready for Reception
Whilst it would be an exaggeration to claim the EYFS child between 30 and 50 months has become...
EYFS Development 22-36 Months: Working on Words
Generally much smarter than he sounds, and therefore frequently under-estimated, the child described in the EYFS’ (Early Years...
EYFS Development 16-26 Months: Tale of the Two Year Old
Having cracked the outer layers of the language code and largely mastered the basics of mobility, the former...
EYFS Development 8-20 Months: Talking Toddlers
The second of the overlapping Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) phases extends from 8-20 months. Here, the ‘yearling’...
EYFS Development 0-11 Months: Infant and Baby Milestones
The term ‘infant’ – from the Latin ‘infans’: meaning speechless – is characteristically applied to young children up...
EYFS Development Pre-natel: Newborn Baby Research
‘There was a time when meadow, grove, and stream, The earth, and every common sight, To me did...
Early Years Childcare Studies
When confronted with childcare studies and research, professionals are naturally tempted to regard findings that support their own...
“You see things; and say, ‘Why?’ I dream things that never were; and say, ‘Why not’?”… Click To...
‘Play is the work of the child.’ Maria Montessori. Click To Tweet With very few exceptions, a child’s...
‘The limits of my language means the limits of my world.’ Ludwig Wittgenstein Click To Tweet As a...
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