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    Here is my latest newsletter for childminders I hope you find it useful

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    Thank you Sarah. Very helpful as always x

    ps .. the link to 'next steps starter phrases' is not working! .... I was looking for some new sentences! mine always start the same 'more opportunity to ... ' 'more experience of ....' etc!

    pps .. and I agree, I have often thought that there is so much focus on getting boys 'up to speed' that girls do get left behind/left to their own devices. one of my concerns is that boys are not physiologically ready for sitting still/holding a pen etc until they are older than girls, so although we can offer these experiences, the majority just AREN'T ready at the same time as the girls!
    Last edited by loocyloo; 07-05-2017 at 05:45 PM.

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