Research and analysis

Early years learning: using storyboards and homemade books

Ofsted good practice example showing how a childminder uses storyboards and homemade books to promote learning in the early years.

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Childminder 256886 - Good practice example.doc

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This example shows how a childminder records children’s learning with cheap, easily made storyboards. These create lasting memory books which are used to record children’s interests and achievements and are greatly enjoyed by children and their parents and carers.

Published 16 April 2012