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    This is a link to our latest parent blog - where we talk to parents about how we ask their child/ren open ended questions to develop their thinking skills.

    There is a free download at the end. I hope you find it useful

    https://knutsfordchildminding.wordpr...ded-questions/

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    Link does not work ?

    Cms may have heard of the SSTEW scales? ...Sustained Shared Thinking Emotional and Well Being Scale4s introduced recently
    These scales are linked to a current DfE research called SEED

    There was a conference recently on the SSTEWS....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simona View Post
    Link does not work ?

    Cms may have heard of the SSTEW scales? ...Sustained Shared Thinking Emotional and Well Being Scale4s introduced recently
    These scales are linked to a current DfE research called SEED

    There was a conference recently on the SSTEWS....

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    Link worked for me.

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    Thank you so much Sarah - for my course on Supporting Children with Speech, Language & Communication - I have chosen to write about making Story sacks for parents to share at home with the children and I have been trying to come up with ideas for a "Parent Prompt" card - some of the ideas for "open questions" are fantastic. (I will include your name in the references).

    I am also going to share the link with the parents that you put on a few weeks ago about Neil Griffiths tips for Story telling.

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    Thanks Sarah x

    Miffy xx
    Keep smiling!

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    Thanks once again Sarah, very informative info as always x

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    thank you will pass it on

 

 

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