Story Time With Toddlers
Rabbits Room (1-2 years), Owls Room (1-2 years) and Squirrels Room (3-15 months) enjoyed reading stories with Gemma, Zalihe and Barbara. We make sure that we provide books at all times for the children in our care. We have a cosy area in each room which has a book shelf with a variety of stories; children can help themselves to these. Whilst reading the stories, Zalihe encouraged the children to find the characters. She said "Amelia, where is Peppa?" Amelia responded by pointing at Peppa in the book. Elijah then said "Peppa" in response to Zalihe; which encourages his Communication and Language Development. The children were encouraging others to join in with their activity and were welcoming towards others showing their Personal Social Emotional Development. Beth enjoyed turning the pages of the books and when the book was held the wrong way Phoebe knew to turn it the correct way.
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Story Time For Toddlers
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