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Child-initiated learning in the EYFS
What is child-initiated learning in the EYFS? This article explains child-initiated learning and looks at suggestions on how to support it. You will also find approaches to child-initiated play adopted by Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) settings.
- What is child-initiated learning?
- Timetabling activities
- Child-initiated learning in large classes
- Examples of practice
- Research on effective teaching
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