Do you find yourself wondering why children do the things they do? Perhaps you feel like you are forever stopping children from throwing toys or jumping off the furniture?
This set of high gloss, photo quality cards come on a ring (just like our Nature Cards) and are a must for any service! The main card outlines the origins and importance of schematic behaviour in children's play and the remaining cards include beautiful images, explanations of some of the common schema (listed below) and intentional teaching strategies.
- Going through a boundary
These cards have been developed in collaboration with Rebecca Thompson of Stone and Sprocket
The information on the cards is good information. I like the detail. However, I would suggest for future prints that the title of the schema be printed on the image side as well. I would also use a couple of headings/subheadings to clarify the layout of the text on the content side. Great resource overall.
Thank you for your feedback Shelley,
I will make note of this for our next card sets. We are glad you are loving the use of the cards in your environment.
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These cards are easy to read, very practical and a great resource to keep close by in the room
Glad to hear that you are finding them useful Margaret!
meets the needs for children to explore, discover and expand their interests.
Glad to hear that you are finding them useful Kristine!
A great resource.
These durable and compact pack of cards are so perfectly convenient. Easy to understand, visually appealing and up to date more modern theorist have been included. Thank you for another great resource.
Thanks so much Corina!