Research and analysis

Childminding: using arts and crafts to boost children’s learning

Ofsted good practice example about a childminder who offers a wide range of creative experiences and arts and crafts activities.

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Childminder EY425543 - Good practice example

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The childminder offers arts and crafts activities through which children’s creativity, originality, curiosity and exploration are especially valued. This helps them progress across all areas of learning.

Published 13 July 2012