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Last Week on the Blog
I’m three weeks post op and recovery is SLOOOOOWW! It’s a good job the blog and books are keeping me busy.
- Learning About Fascinating Farms – Farming Books, Crafts and Play Superb book
- Top Ten Tuesday – Freebie Week – Book Wishes
- The Repair Shop Craft Book by Sonia Albert and Walker Books
- www Wednesday Books – Bumble & Snug, Sammy Striker, The Maid and more…
- Stay for Dinner by Sandhya Parappukkaran and Michelle Pereira
- Daisy and Jack’s Perfect Pond by Rachel Lawston and Beatriz Castro
- Sharks! Sharks! Sharks! by Susan Martineau and Vicky Barker
- Learning About Beautiful Butterflies – Butterfly Books, Crafts and Play
- Snug as a Bug? by Karl Newson and Alexander Willmore
- Sammy Striker and the Football Cup: A Dynamic Picture Book Celebrating Girls in Sports
This Week on the Blog
Several more picture book reviews are on the horizon for this week as well as a round up of books to learn all about frogs.
A new Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage released this week too. I’ll be posting a brief summary this week and going into more detail over the Summer holidays on this. At brief glance again I feel the EYFS curriculum really sees the child as a unique, inquisitive, playful learner. It still amazes me that that philosophy suddenly ends when they head into Year 1 in the UK.
Around the Blogosphere
- A Library Lady Anne has a post all about book celebrations for the week that you can read here.
- My Shelves are Full has reviewed The Bedtime Boat here. It sounds totally delightful and certainly one that we’ll be adding to our wish list.
- The Department for Education released a new ‘The Reading Framework’ this week which I’ll be ploughing through and sharing my thoughts soon.