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Nature and Young Children: Encouraging Creative Play and Learning in Natural Environments Paperback – Oct 18 2007


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'For practitioners who are working to improve their outdoor provision Nature and Young Children includes many useful, practical ideas, especially in the boxed sections which provide excellent checklists for reviewing learning and development opportunities in natural environments.' - Early Years Update

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Jeremy Carrette is Professor of Religion and Culture and Head of Religious Studies at the University of Kent, UK. He works across the areas of social, political and psychological approaches to religion and he has previously published on Foucault, James and the politics of spirituality. Amongst other publications, he is author of Religion and Critical Psychology (Routledge, 2007) and editor of William James and the Varieties of Religious Experience (Routledge, 2005).


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Love it! April 26 2008
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This book is great for parents, teachers, and day care providers. It gives great methods to help children explore the natural world. It is easy to read and understand for those of us without an education background. A "must have" !!


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