Inspiring, encouraging, connecting and training those working in early years.

Welcome to Love Early Years

 

Love Early Years encourages and supports practitioners working in early years care and education.

We work to enable them to become better equipped to meet the needs of young children, building strong foundations for present and future generations.

All the work at Love Early Years is grounded in our shared Christian worldview and conviction.

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Find Out How You Can Partner With Love Early Years

Individual Partners

(Working with Early Years Children)

Group Partners

(Nurseries, Churches, Child Care Centres etc)

Associate Partners

(Parents, Grandparents, Friends etc.)

Early Days Magazine

 

A termly publication (Autumn, Spring and Summer) of articles on early years education from a specifically Christian perspective.

Christian experience is shared and Christian thinking about the early years encouraged. Much is from a UK background but there are also international contributors.

 

Blog Posts

Play Therapy with Refugee Children

| Education, Family, Learning, Love, Play | No Comments

Play therapy provides a place for children to express and explore their thoughts , fears and emotions in a safe child-friendly way. Instead of merely relying on words (which children can find very difficult ), the therapy uses play and creative expression as a form of communication. It is a multicultural tool that enables children to strengthen their self­ esteem and…

Imagination and Outside Play

| Creativity, Education, Family, Joy, Learning, Love, Outdoors, Play | No Comments

A childminder’s perspective We have always had a big emphasis on imaginative play in our setting. I love to see the children’s imagination running free. Imagination is such a vital part of faith. God asks us to use our imagination. He told Abraham to go outside at night and count the stars – that’s how many grandchildren and great grandchildren…

Transient Art

| Creativity, Education, Family, Joy, Learning, Love, Music, Outdoors, Play, Prayer, Spirituality | No Comments

It’s great fun to make art that can be moved or changed; by children, adults or even the wind and rain! Transient art is non-permanent, constantly changing and focused on the process of creativity in action. When children work on transient art projects they manipulate, explore and experiment as they work individually or collaboratively, on either large- or small- scale artworks….

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