Book: 50 Fantastic Ideas for Supporting Children’s Wellbeing via @BloomsburyEd

Published by Bloomsbury Education - ideas to improve children's physical, emotional and mental health in the early years

50 Fantastic Ideas for Supporting Children's Wellbeing

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Pros

  • Book packed with practical ideas to support the physical, emotional and mental health of young children.
  • Photos and ideas clearly set out throughout to help inspire practitioners.
  • Each idea sets out the resources required, and guidance on how to manage activities.
  • Observation questions help practitioners provide reflective evidence on development.

Supported by Bloomsbury Education


  • Book supporting the Early Years sector.
  • Easy-to-follow practical activities to calm busy minds and bodies.
  • Photos and ideas clearly set out throughout to help inspire practitioners.
  • Click here to view book on Amazon UK.

50 Fantastic Ideas for Supporting Children’s Wellbeing is packed full of easy-to-follow activities to calm busy minds and bodies and develop young children’s self-esteem through engagement with their senses, nature and the world around them.

With the ever-increasing pressures on children and teachers in schools for results and academic success, the desire for time and space for young children in the Early Years to calm their minds and bodies and tune into the natural environment is growing. Rebecca Gordine presents 50 ideas to address this and nurture young children’s concept of self and wellbeing, from playing with warm noodles and making a healthy soup recipe, to tuning into nature by listening to bird songs to creating a singing show and making a healthy soup recipe.

These delightful ideas will improve children’s physical, emotional and mental health and help them to develop the tools they need to look after themselves in later life.

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