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Supporting Children's Physical Development

Supporting Children's Physical Development will help educators when observing, assessing, planning and supporting infants, toddlers and young children's physical development and wellbeing.

Ages: 0-7 | Pages: 6 | Code: ETS0288F
Series: Time to Move

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Trudi Fitzhenry

Trudi Fitzhenry is Head of a successful primary school near York. She as a passion for the early years of education and is the author of several books that focus of early childhood education.

Karen Henry

Karen is an Early Years Education Consultant and Area Special Needs Coordinator with a background in dance and physical development. She is the author of several book that focus of early childhood education.
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Kay Margetts

Kay Margetts is an Honorary Principal Fellow and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education, The University of Melbourne. She has a strong background in early childhood development, learning and teaching both as a practitioner and as an academic. Her main areas of research are transition and adjustment to school, accompanied by a strong record of publications. Kay is regularly engaged in knowledge exchange activities with the education sector including teachers, educators and parents.