A huge emphasis on hands-on advice, tips and strategies. What to do in the real world, and how to do it – from an early years expert
1.5 Hours Of Video Footage
Split across 12 high-tempo videos, each with multiple ideas, tips and strategies, ideal for either single or whole staff training
Teach The Whole Curriculum
Utilise outdoors, engage harder to reach children, and teach activities that help children be happy, healthy and learning
During this global pandemic there are many unknowns for teachers. However, one thing is clear – social distancing, at least in some form, is here to stay for the foreseeable future.
Attempting social distancing with young children raises many questions: how is it possible? How can we incorporate it into games and activities? How do we help and support children with this lack of human connection?
Created by an early education expert and consultant, this online course provides a simple, and step-by-step description of games covering the entire curriculum that take place within the context of social distancing. Resources have been stripped back, to leave a collection of activities where storytelling, role-play, drama, song, and movement come to the fore.
Wellbeing is at the heart of this course. Children’s mental health has been tested recently in ways never experienced by earlier generations, and wellbeing and happiness are central to all the games.
Who is it for?
Early Years Teachers (Reception, Preschool, Kindergarten, Pre-K)
Key Stage 1 Teachers (Kindergarten for non-UK)
Preschool Practitioners, Deputy Managers, Managers
Preschool Practitioners, Twos Practitioners
Support Staff (For Children Aged 2-6)
Childminders Of Children Aged 2-6
Headteachers, Deputy Headteachers, Senior Leaders
• A wide range of outdoor games, and all the activities can be played in the outdoor environment if required
• Many games that develop memory and listening skills
• Multiple maths games, that develop skills in number, shape and calculating
• A wide selection of early phonics and literacy games
• A mixture of old classics tweaked to fit with social distancing, combined with numerous games that have been invented afresh
Simply a fantastic book. It’s not often you read a book where you instantly want to try all the activities at once. They are all clearly explained and use minimal resources so you don’t have to spend hours and a fortune finding them. I
This truly is my new bible for the classroom, and nearly all the activities are already incorporated into my plans for next term. My favourite activity has to be the Bath Mat and pipettes ones, so simple yet so brilliantly effective.
Highly recommend buying this and I will certainly be looking out for more by Martin Williams.
Single Access For 1 Person
£57 (Plus VAT)
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Bulk Orders For Teams
Access for an unlimited number of staff
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have to pay at checkout?
If you are from an educational setting, then you can request an invoice that will be sent to you. You will receive a code as soon as the invoice is set up, and you will then be able to access the course. This will usually happen in a few hours. Ideally we would like to receive payment within 30 days (but you can access the course before this as soon as the invoice is set up)
Can I access the course straight away?
If you pay for entry, then yes. If you request an invoice to be sent, then you can access it as soon as you are sent the entry code (normally within a few hours)
Can parents request an invoice?
Unfortunately no. We require payment for access to the course. We can only send invoices out to educational businesses and schools.
I live outside of the UK. Is this course relevant to me?
Yes, these strategies will work anywhere and are not based on national policies or documents.