The Little Book of Big Projects

Handbook / Teacher's Guide

Featherstone

The Little Book of Big Projects
Product Description

About The Little Book of Big Projects

This book takes child-friendly themes and suggests ideas for turning
these into large-scale collaborative projects with real impact. The
ideas are starting points and the emphasis is on problem solving,
collaboration and thinking skills rather than the end product, although photos of already completed projects help
to inspire along the way! The suggestions in the book allow for
'children to use talk to organise, sequence and clarify thinking and
ideas and ask questions about why things happen and how things work.'
EYFS 2007

Reviews

“'There are so many ideas for collaborative, 'hands-on' projects set out in this book...fabulous to see that all of the projects make use of reclaimed and recycled materials. Colourful illustrations and photographs,step-by-step instructions of 'what you do' and supporting key vocabulary help to make working through a project a straightforward and satisfying prospect.'” –  Early Years Educator (October 2010)

Mariette Heaney

Mariette Heaney worked as a primary school teacher for 13 years until September 2007 when she began working in the Foundation stage. She has recently had an article published in the Refocus Journal (Spring 2009, Issue eight) called ''What's the problem, guys?'' which looks at supporting children's development when resolving conflicts and is based on her Nursery's experiences with conflict resolution.

Writes: Cross-curricular Teaching

Author of : The Little Book of Big Projects
HK$ 126.00