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50 Exciting Ideas for Small World Play (50 Excitin&hellip by Helen Bromley
3.0 out of 5 stars it's ok, 20 May 2013
to be honest I was a bit disappointed with this, no colour photos, a few good ideas but nothing very new or original. Ok if you are new to early years and have no ideas, but prob not that useful if you're experienced.
Tom Brown's Field Guide to Nature and Survival for&hellip by Tom, Jr. Brown
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars hardcore survival, 19 Feb 2011
If you want to know how to stalk prey and snare a rabbit, or are prepared to stuff leaves and debris inside your clothes to keep warm, then this is the book for you. I work in environmental/outdoor education and this is too hardcore for me!
A Child's Garden: 60 Ideas to Make Any Garden Come&hellip by Molly Dannenmaier
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars inspirational, 5 Oct 2010
This is a book full of inspirational ideas and lots of insights into how children play and use the outdoors. I agree with other reviews that many of the ideas require you to live on a country estate (how many people have a boating lake in their back garden?), but most of the ideas can be scaled down and you don't need to use them all! If you work in a pre-school setting this book has fabulous ideas to incorporate into any outdoor space and encourage natural play. I would just say though that this is just an 'ideas' book and doesn't tell you how to do it, so don't expect plans or instructions.