100 Ideas for Teaching Personal, Social and Emotional by Judith Thwaites

By Judith Thwaites

Every Early Years practitioner, together with childminders, may have a statutory accountability to convey the recent Early Years Framework. This publication will supply a pragmatic, dip-in source to assist them meet the necessities of the private, Social and Emotional zone of the framework.

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Explain that the doll is tired, but would like to see everyone before she has a sleep. Tell them that small babies sleep a lot. • Pass the doll, wrapped in the blanket, around the circle. Encourage the children not to shout but to speak quietly and pass smoothly and carefully. Give a kindly reminder if the baby is knocked or dropped. As the last few children receive the baby, ask everyone to whisper now, as the baby has gone to sleep because she feels safe and everyone has been so gentle and quiet.

G. plastic bricks, wooden spoons, toy cars, clean socks • Let the children see you sorting out a pile of mixed items into the four boxes. Commentate on your actions: ‘Bricks in the blue box, spoons in the green box, socks in the black box . ’ • Invite the children to help you finish the task, providing a similar running commentary on their progress. • Thank the helpers and let them help you put the boxes somewhere satisfyingly neat, where you can keep them and be seen to use them for a while. g.

You may be able to convey the concept of waiting for a cue to have your turn, but expect this activity to sound a bit random. • Before the musicians quite quickly feel the urge to get up and leave, bring over a child ‘audience’ to applaud the band’s efforts. Don’t worry if, despite your attempts to structure it, the toddlers just make non-stop music until the instruments are put away. Equally, some of them may not feel up to making music at all that day. 25 IDEA 23 Where’s the Other One? Focus Group size Preparation/Resources Dispositions and Attitudes Self-confidence and Self-esteem Individual or small Make 6–8 cards/A5 sheets of paper, into 3–4 matching pairs.

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