A gentle introduction to Early Years and Child Care with this CACHE textbook carefully written for Level 1.
Written by authors who have achieved considerable success in guiding students through Level 1 qualifications, this easy-to-read book includes simple language, colourful pages and lots of photographs. It carefully covers all of the content you need in order to finish the course and will help you through your assessment. Published in partnership with CACHE, this is the ideal textbook for you if you are taking the award, certificate or diploma in CACHE Level 1 Caring for Children.
- The words, layout and pictures have been specially chosen to make this book easy to read.
- The authors have a lot of experience of working with level 1 students and know how to get ideas across to them.
- You can be sure that all content is covered in full because this textbook is published in partnership with CACHE.
Corinne Barker and Emma Ward are experienced at writing and teaching level 1 students, and are also examiners and exam writers for a major awarding body.
Group A Chapter 1 Sharing learning experiences with children CFC 13 Chapter 2 Growth and development of young children CFC 14 Chapter 3 Human growth and development CFC 15 Chapter 4 Respecting and valuing children CFC 9 Chapter 5 Children's play and leisure activities in the community CFC 10 Chapter 6 Preparing for your next steps CFC 16 Chapter 7 Supporting babies to play CFC 17 Chapter 8 Science activities for young children CFC 21 Chapter 9 Technology activities for young children CFC 22 Chapter 10 Musical activities for young children CFC 23 Chapter 11 Practical health and safety when with young children CFC 24 Chapter 12 Finding out about Forest Schools CFC 25 Chapter 13 Craft activities for young children CFC 26 Chapter 14 Understanding play for early learning Group B Chapter 16 Healthy living HL 1 Chapter 17 Healthy eating for families CFC 20 Chapter 18 Confidence building for the young child through play CFC 1 Chapter 19 Listening to and talking with a young child CFC 2