Learning and development in the first three years


By Nadia Wilson-Ali

The period from birth to three years is a unique time, when more brain development occurs than any other time of our lives. Infants and toddlers rapidly acquire abilities that help them discover the world around them, and these abilities are shaped by their experiences, relationships and environments in early childhood settings.

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This Everyday Learning Series title explores:

  • how educators can provide infants and toddlers with holistic learning experiences
  • the importance of interactions between infants/toddlers and adults
  • practical examples of how educators can support young children’s learning through everyday experiences.

Using reflective questions and relevant links to the Early Years Learning Framework and the National Quality Standard, the book explains how educators can support and extend infants’ and toddlers’ learning in a responsive way, reflective of their interests and capabilities.

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Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 17.3 × 24.5 cm



Paperback, e-version

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