Early Years Developmental Journal

John Oates, Silvana Mengoni

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The Early Years Developmental Journal is designed for families, practitioners and others to use as a way of recording, celebrating and supporting children's progress. It is also for people who who would like to find out more about children's development in the early years. It supports key working by helping everyone involved with a child to share what they know and discuss how best to work together to support development and learning. This Journal is particularly useful if you know or suspect that your child or a child who you are helping is unlikely to progress in the same way or at the same rate as other children - whether or not a particular factor or learning difficulty has been identified and given a name
Original languageEnglish
PublisherNational Children's Bureau: London
Publication statusPublished - 2013


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