Growing Together

LE3033

ISBN: 9781912758029

£15.00

You’re never too old to play! In this new book, experienced practitioner Lorraine George provides a supportive guide for early years settings on how to develop effective community engagement through intergenerational practice. Old and young may experience many benefits from learning new skills together, feeling an increased sense of purpose and positive attitude towards the other, while developing tolerance, emotional intelligence and social skills.

Alongside 50 creative activities, you will find practical support for the initial planning stage, ideas on how to structure sessions, guidance on your role, as well as the expected learning outcomes for children and older adults, extension ideas, and advice on monitoring and evaluation. Contains 69, A4 pages.

Specification

  • 69 pages
  • A4 Landscape
  • Spiral bound

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1 review for Growing Together

  1. :

    “The growing number of intergenerational projects bringing some of our oldest and youngest people together are always asking for ideas on what to do. Look no further! Lorraine George’s new book has fifty themed activities – all very clearly set out for those leading activities, from preparation and resources needed to learning opportunities and future developments, and of course things to be aware of. I particularly like the proactive ideas that draw on older people’s knowledge and experience as well as Lorraine’s own expertise as an early years professional. The book also sets the context for intergenerational learning, the benefits for all generations and where to go for further advice and information.”

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