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NQS PLP e-Newsletter No.46 2012: Continuity of learning


Consider practice that provides opportunities for connections and continuity to make learning more meaningful for children. Practice that divides up the program into short blocks and packs children's work away is not the best support for learning.  Find out how one service uses a 'making table' to provide a consistent space where children can explore, discover and create.


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