Fascination of Fire - Charcoal E-Book
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Fascination of Fire - Charcoal explores the inherent fascination that children have with fire. Explore the learning opportunities that charcoal can present through the theory and practical case studies in this book.
An inspiring book that surely takes away and barriers to teaching and learning in natural in natural environments inside, outside and beyond. Simple, clear and easy to use for anyone working with children from 3 to 11 years old.
The fascination series is designed to offer support to staff to raise their own knowledge and skills to empower them to use authentic experiences to deliver a broad curriculum, whilst celebrating children's voices as guides to the potential learning possibilities. In 2011 it received three accolades and was described as 'inspirational and sector leading'. Simple, clear and easy to use for anyone working with children from 3 - 11 years old.
It provides information, curricular links and progression in learning with benefit risk assessments all in one place. A must have for all who are involved in learning outside the classroom. The book includes:
- Case studies with analysis and Possible Lines of Development
- Curricular links
- Developing skills
- Benefit Risk Assessment
- Ease to follow text
- Full colour photographs throughout
"The true value of this little gem of a book is that it respects the power of allowing children to have their own adventures, follow their own imaginations and make their own discoveries." Tim Gill
"An invaluable and inspirational resource, by an internationally recognized expert in her field, that beautifully illustrates the power of nature to amplify every dimension of learning." Richard Louv, author, 'The Nature Principle' and 'Last Child in the Woods'