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Small World Play

Creative ideas and activities to support development in the early years

Small World Play describes the different types of small world play – with toys, models, puzzles, construction kits and recycled materials. It explains how to introduce children to small world play and encourage confident creative and imaginative thinking skills. It also describes how to inspire interesting ideas and challenges to engage and motivate children of all ages and ability levels and includes links to the EYLF and the characteristics of effective learning.

Ages: 1-5 | Pages: 80 | Code: TS0311 | ISBN: 9781925145427

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Debbie Chalmers

Debbie Chalmers was a highly-experienced drama teacher and consultant and a writer of textbooks for early years and primary education in the United Kingdom. Sadly, Debbie passed away in February 2019, aged 52.
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Kay Margetts

Kay is currently an Honorary Associate Professor in the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. She has a strong background in early childhood development, learning and teaching both as a practitioner and as an academic. Her main areas of research are transition and adjustment to school, accompanied by a strong record of publications. Kay is regularly engaged in knowledge exchange activities with the education sector including teachers, educators and parents.