Standard and supersize development wheels

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These wheels have been developed for parents, practitioners and all professionals working in the early years and childcare sector.

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The schema development wheels are proving extremely popular across the sector because of the new and innovative way in which the high quality content is represented, making them accessible, tactile and extremely useful. We are delighted to share with you the roster of other development wheels created by early years professionals across the UK.

We also have a set of three, super-sized wheels which cover the principles and themes of the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) in detail and have all the information you could want from development matters at your fingertips.

The wheels have been developed for parents, practitioners and all those professionals working in the early years and childcare sector.

These wheels can be purchased individually, or as part of a set of wheels. To view our competitively priced sets of wheels please click here.

Standard size development wheels £4.99 +p&p each

If you wish to purchase any of the below wheels please click on the links.

Contains useful information about what we might expect children to be achieving in the first five years of their life.

This wheel is aimed at supporting parents and carers of older children (5 to 12 years) and follows on from the birth to five parenting wheel.

The teenage wheel focuses on positive contributions and the achievement of economic well-being.

This wheel shows key developments of how the baby is forming, what the 'mum-to-be' might be noticing and consideration of each stage of the pregnancy.

This wheel focuses on the child’s current speech and language skills, which are colour-coded in the five areas of development.

This wheel covers babies' early awareness of shapes, space and measures offering ideas for everyday activities, then builds through the age related sections.

This wheel has been written by Early Years Literacy Specialist and Consultant, Nikki Elliston, aiming to meet the needs of professionals and parents, carers and families.

This wheel, explores the ways in which children engage with other people and their environment playing and exploring, active learning, and creating and thinking critically. Underpinning learning and development.

This wheel has been developed to support Health Visitors and other practitioners to offer guidance and help to parents.

This wheel is designed to help guide you through the jobs and activities you are likely to need to be aware of, or need to do, whether it be at home or in the outside space of a nursery or other setting.

This wheel covers what the child might be able to do by age seven, also what teachers, parents and carers can do to support the child’s developing communication skills.

This wheel covers what the child might be able to do by age eleven, also what teachers, parents and carers can do to support the child’s developing communication skills.

This wheel covers what the young person might be able to do by age fourteen, also what teachers, parents and carers can do to support the young person’s developing communication skills.

This wheel covers what the young person might be able to do by age 18, also looks at what teachers, parents and carers can do to support the young person’s developing communication skills.

In this wheel there is a section about what School Readiness is and the various ingredients for School Readiness, focusing on a number of areas including the health aspects, communication, learning and physical development.

A child’s brain is amazing! This wheel offers information and guidance on how a child’s brain develops from pre-birth through to five years old.

This wheel is designed to provide practitioners and parents with some simple strategies to support and include all children. The main focus is on developing skills in the prime areas of learning.

This wheel will be particularly useful for new SENCos, but it is also a helpful quick guide to SEND terms and definitions for managers, teachers and all early years practitioners.

Schema development wheel set £8.99 +p&p

'A guide to understanding schemas' explains what schemas are and their importance.

'A guide to supporting schemas' offers ideas and suggestions for recognising and supporting schematic patterns of play and behaviour.

Super-size development wheels £9.99 +p&p each or £28.00 +p&p for all three.

This was the first in the series and is about 'A unique child'. It holds everything you need on the EYFS on this theme of the framework from development matters.

This wheel is about 'Positive relationships' and holds everything you need from the EYFS and from development matters on this theme.

This wheel is themed around 'Enabling environments' and holds everything you need from the EYFS and from development matters on this principle.