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Childminder's Guide to Child Development
     

Childminder's Guide to Child Development

by Allison Lee
 

This is the essential guide to child development for all childcare professionals working in a home-based setting. Written in her characteristically approachable style, Allison Lee offers practical advice together with case studies and activities to make this book really user-friendly and engaging. Useful information for childminders and nannies is provided on:

Overview

This is the essential guide to child development for all childcare professionals working in a home-based setting. Written in her characteristically approachable style, Allison Lee offers practical advice together with case studies and activities to make this book really user-friendly and engaging. Useful information for childminders and nannies is provided on:
- Understanding child development from birth to 16 years
- Factors which influence child development
- Providing play and other learning experiences
- Promoting children's rights
- Working with disabled children and their families
- Developing partnership with parents

The contents are linked to the Diploma in Home-Based Childcare, particularly to Unit 2: Childcare and Child Development (0-16) in the Home-Based Setting.

This guide is a must have for all trainees in home-based childcare.

Complimentary titles written by Allison Lee and published by Continuum include: Childminder's Handbook, Childminder's Guide to Play and Activities and Childminder's Guide to Health & Safety and Child Protection.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781847060853
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Academic
Publication date:
01/28/2009
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.30(d)

Meet the Author

Allison Lee has been running a childminding business since 1995 and holds the full Certificate in Childminding Practice, an NVQ 3 in Childcare and Education, and the Quality Assurance Award Level 3 from the National Childminding Association (NCMA). She has been credited as running an outstanding business by Ofsted.

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