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UNCRC

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doreen clark

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UNCRC
ARTICLE 31
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Doreen Clark
As a child or young person, do you have rights?
What rights do you have?
What rights would you want/like?
Why?
Did Genie Wiley have any rights?
Why are your rights important to you?
Campaign for your rights

'I have a voice, I will be heard'
(anonymous)
How do early years settings meet the rights of children in regards to play?
Choice of toys/resources/activities
Free- flow play
Child directed play
Adult directed play
Through daily routines
Outside play
Forest School
Supporting parents to encourage children to play outside of the setting

Give examples of 3 activities that support Article 31-
Explain how the activities you have chosen support Article 31
Produce a poster to outline your work.
Think of a toy/activity that you liked to play with at ages;
( Can you remember)
12 months
2 years
3 years
4 years
5 years.

Why, when you reached five, were you not interested in the same toy that you played with when you were 2?
Explore the toys provided for you?

What age group are they suitable for?
As you explore the toys, consider if they would be
boring
,
easy,

difficult,

fun,

unsafe,
supporting learning and development,
inappropriate-
for different age groups.
Explain why


UNCRC
United Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989
Build a wall
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