Schemas - fascinating, a real eye opener to understanding your child's patterns of behaviour. Once indentified great for tailoring activities and toys.

Schemas - fascinating, a real eye opener to understanding your child's patterns of behaviour. Once indentified great for tailoring activities and toys.

Again, Again!: Understanding Schemas in Young Children (Early Years Library)

Again, Again!: Understanding Schemas in Young Children (Early Years Library)

Schemas – How To Understand And Extend Children’s Behaviour « Early Years Childcare

Schemas – How To Understand And Extend Children’s Behaviour « Early Years Childcare


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eBook: Understanding Schemas in Young Children. What are schemas and why do they matter? Again! Again! provides an introduction to understanding and supporting schemas and schema play in young children. Practitioners will find an overview of schemas with guidance on where they fit within the EYFS. Click the book cover image to check out this online eBook now! Your DEC username and password is required. SWSi staff and students only. #childcare #schemas

eBook: Understanding Schemas in Young Children. What are schemas and why do they matter? Again! Again! provides an introduction to understanding and supporting schemas and schema play in young children. Practitioners will find an overview of schemas with guidance on where they fit within the EYFS. Click the book cover image to check out this online eBook now! Your DEC username and password is required. SWSi staff and students only. #childcare #schemas

Trajectory Schema - "This schema is characterised by a fascination with movement, especially of things that fly through the air.  Children who are focused on trajectories love things like throwing balls, squirting water from a hose, splatting paint and being on a swing." From Auckland Playcentre Shop.

Trajectory Schema - "This schema is characterised by a fascination with movement, especially of things that fly through the air. Children who are focused on trajectories love things like throwing balls, squirting water from a hose, splatting paint and being on a swing." From Auckland Playcentre Shop.

"This schema is easy to spot and is characterised by separating (or disconnecting) things. It can also involve dismantling or scattering."  This might seem destructive, but it is (usually) just another form of focused exploration. ("What happens if I do this?") Disconnecting (along with connecting) is a preliminary skill for writing. We separate groups of letters to make words. Click the image to read the article online, about how children displaying this schema, might like to play.

"This schema is easy to spot and is characterised by separating (or disconnecting) things. It can also involve dismantling or scattering." This might seem destructive, but it is (usually) just another form of focused exploration. ("What happens if I do this?") Disconnecting (along with connecting) is a preliminary skill for writing. We separate groups of letters to make words. Click the image to read the article online, about how children displaying this schema, might like to play.

Planning for Schematic Learning in the Early Years: A practical guide (Paperback) - Routledge

Planning for Schematic Learning in the Early Years: A practical guide (Paperback) - Routledge

Schemas in Action at Thanet Early Years Project: An Article from Nursery World

Schemas in Action at Thanet Early Years Project: An Article from Nursery World

Children with a rotational schema enjoy exploring "roundness" and how things roll, spin and turn.

Children with a rotational schema enjoy exploring "roundness" and how things roll, spin and turn.

Waarom kinderen altijd in dozen zitten, spullen naar beneden gooien en met modder spelen!

Waarom kinderen altijd in dozen zitten, spullen naar beneden gooien en met modder spelen!

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