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This Little Book is packed with a wealth of ideas for using everyday kitchen items to promote young children's communication, investigation and problem solving skills. With rich and purposeful opportunities for critical thinking, predicting and estimating each activity links to EYFS learning and development. From Puddle Power – making puddles disappear using plungers and sponges, to Squeeze and Squirt – exploring and measuring distances, squirty patterns and the power of different liquids using meat basters!
“"A brilliant pocket-sized book, ready for you to dip into whenever you need a little inspiration."” – Early Years Educator
Amy Arnold has been teaching across the Early Years and KS1 for over ten years. She was deputy head teacher for four years and has lead the Foundation Stage in different settings for over seven years. She is currently lecturing at Cambridge University and 'inspiring' trainee teachers to develop a real, meaningful curriculum across all phases. The previous book she published with us 'Stimulating creativity and enquiry' has been extremely well received (804 copies sold since Feb) and is being added to the Cambridge University reading list from next year.Writes: Characteristics of Effective Learning, Key Issues, Philosophy and Thinking Skills, Literacy, Early Years, Continuing Professional Development, Cross-curricular Teaching, Little BooksAuthor of : Stimulating Creativity and Enquiry, Little Book of Multi-sensory stories, Working with parents, The Little Book of Kitchen Stuff