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Packed full of exciting ideas and powerful visual aids, this book offers field-tested activities to help practitioners encourage and nurture young children’s creativity and imagination.

How to Use This Book
How to use this book

The book has been written to support and develop the ethos of the CreatAbility project and to demonstrate to practitioners ways in which they could apply ideas and activities to their own settings, with the emphasis being on the concept of offering a creative learning experience rather than a ‘doing activity’. The book also demonstrates ways in which the creative arts can be integrated, as this is something that young children do naturally The creative activities described include the visual arts, music and movement and dance, and are illustrated and supported by photographs.

Chapter 1 describes the importance of the creative arts and suggests ways in which practitioners might consider their own setting with a view to ...

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