The activities link with the EYFS early learning goals in the prime areas of Communication and language, Physical development and Personal, social and emotional development. More specifically, the games also allow for coverage in Literacy, Numeracy, Understanding the world and Expressive arts and design.Provides children with opportunities to listen and understand, to speak and express and to work with each other.Allows children freedom to move in both small and large spaces, improving their co-ordination as they do so.Team games will develop children's self-confidence and awareness, allow them to manage their own feelings and behaviour, and work at beginning and maintaining relationships.Simon MacDonald is Head of English, Course Tutor for Access to Higher Education and Advanced Practitioner at Highlands College, Jersey. He is an experienced teacher, presenter, writer and performer.This Little Book focuses on encouraging emphasis on 'togetherness': a move away from the individual and towards the collective. Children in early years settings are faced with huge challenges regarding socialisation, sharing and growing in responsibility, and this book provides excellent opportunities for them and their carers to address these issues through team play.Communication through game play is a cross-curricular activity and enhances every aspect of learning. This book will get children chasing, catching, seeking, racing, daring, guessing, acting and pretending!
|Title:||TheLittle Book of Team Games|