- Early childhood education -- Great Britain.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction - Natalie Canning PART ONE: A UNIQUE CHILD Case study - Playing with cardboard boxes - Natalie Canning Identifying unique qualities in play - Natalie Canning Celebrating children's play choices - Natalie Canning Including and enabling all children as individuals - Mandy Andrews PART TWO: POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS Case study - Play and family support in a children's centre - Rosie Walker The role of play in supporting key relationships - Mandy Andrews Parental Partnerships - Michael Reed and Rosie Walker Making connections between home, the setting and key workers - Sue Callan with Carole Ellis and Helen Richards PART THREE: ENABLING ENVIRONMENTS Case study - Using indoor and outdoor spaces - Natalie Canning Exploring the possibilities of the play environment - Natalie Canning Play environments in practice - Natalie Canning Inspiring environments for inspirational play - Natalie Canning PART FOUR: LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT Case study - Going to the moon - Natalie Canning Playing and learning: ways of being in action - Karen Appleby Creative play for flexible learning - Natalie Canning The need to measure play? - Natalie Canning Conclusion - Natalie Canning
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