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She suggests inviting Sukvinder’s mother in to sit in the writing corner and maybe write a letter in Urdu. She will make sure that there is writing paper, envelopes and stamps in the writing area. Alicia says that four-year-old Darren is very interested in circles. He has been drawing them, making circular movements out in the garden and including circles in all his attempts at writing. She wants to put out a lot of circular shapes in the junk modelling area and observe what Darren does with these.
Alicia says that four-year-old Darren is very interested in circles. He has been drawing them, making circular movements out in the garden and including circles in all his attempts at writing. She wants to put out a lot of circular shapes in the junk modelling area and observe what Darren does with these. You will see that in this example the adults have been paying close attention to the children in order to decide how to help them in their learning. In the next example you will find the staff focusing more on what they have provided and using this as the basis for planning: In this nursery each member of staff takes responsibility for setting up a number of activities and then spends time in them observing the children at play.
Every time you make something it is the same on both sides. We call that symmetrical”. I might then bring a mirror into the construction area and see what he makes of that. ’ In the case of Rehana making a list of names one nursery nurse said ‘I would assume (perhaps wrongly) that Rehana was making a register. She sees us walking round each morning with a register, ticking off names. So, assuming she is drawing on this experience, I might try and just put in words what I think she is doing. ” By doing this I would validate what she is doing and help her become conscious of what she already knows.