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Martha Hardy

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Martha Hardy

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    31st January 2013

    The Little Book of Junk Music: Little Books with Big Ideas (26)

    Make music with everyday objects and use your own instruments to accompany recorded music or familiar songs. The book i... More

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    21st November 2013

    The Little Book of Parachute Play: Little Books with Big Ideas (24)

    A parachute can be a wonderful resource, with a little planning and preperation, to support everyone's learning from the... More

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    21st November 2013

    The Little Book of Phonics: Little Books with Big Ideas (4)

    Children learn best by doing, making, singing and exploring. This Little Book is jam packed with activites of all kinds ... More

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    27th March 2014

    The Little Book of Circle Time: Little Books with Big Ideas (28)

    If you are just starting to plan circle time activities or just want some ideas for the youngest children, this book is ... More

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    17th July 2014

    Smooth Transitions: Ensuring continuity from the Foundation Stage

    For a child, moving from the Early Years Foundation Stage into Key Stage 1 can be a huge change. It is up to the adults... More

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    1st January 2004

    The Little Book of Persona Dolls: Little Books with Big Ideas

    Use dolls already in your setting or those specially made for the purpose, to explore feelings, situations, problems or ... More

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    1st September 2004

    The Little Book of Celebrations: Little Books with Big Ideas

    Arranged by season, this book enables you to celebrate a wide variety of festivals from cultures and religions of the wo... More

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    1st November 2003

    What's That?

    Being a confident and competent user of language is at the heart of learning. Here are activities and ideas for developi... More

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    1st November 2003

    Look at Me

    Helping babies and children to feel acknowledged and affirmed as unique individuals is the starting point for this book.... More

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