The Relationship Between Physical Development and Learning in the Early Years and Primary Classroom

Carrie Weston considers the centrality of movement, physical learning and activity within the history and development of early years educational practice. The teaching of movement to children within PE lessons is then explained and examined. Highlighting the importance of physical activity in learning, the classroom and curriculum based context are also explored. This allows the primary school practitioner to understand and draw upon physical, active, learning in daily teaching

The Relationship Between Physical Development and Learning in the Early Years and Primary Classroom.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/274256962_The_Relationship_Between_Physical_Development_and_Learning_in_the_Early_Years_and_Primary_Classroom

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