Learning Through Woodwork
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Featuring practical advice, theory and case studies, Learning Through Woodwork by Pete Moorhouse offers clear and comprehensive support to help teachers introduce woodwork into the early years curriculum. An invaluable reference book that will inspire practitioners to embrace woodwork and help provide dynamic opportunities for children to explore their creative independence....Read More >
Learning Through Woodwork by Pete Moorhouse is an invaluable book that offers clear and informative practitioner support for introducing woodwork into the early years classroom. Featuring practical advice, theory and case studies, this essential reference book will inspire teachers to embrace woodwork and encourage independent creative learning for young children.
Working with real tools is highly motivating and one challenge that all children are keen to experience. When working with wood‚ whether hammering nails or building a vehicle‚ children persevere through the physical and creative challenges they encounter. Through years of experience, Moorhouse demonstrates effective methods to help establish woodwork in the early years curriculum.
An essential go-to guide with practical information on materials and tools, staff training, and health and safety advice.
Learning Through Woodwork: Introducing Creative Woodwork in the Early Years by Pete Moorhouse features:
- Paperback professional child studies book
- Featuring the publication ISBN – 9781138071100