Ideas from Early Years Experts

Advice for Bookbug Session Leaders

Tips and hints to boost the confidence of Bookbug Session Leaders.

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Songs and Rhymes to Support Speech Development

A speech and language therapist provides practical tips about including songs and rhymes in a Bookbug Session

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Sharron Brown

Welcoming Families to Bookbug Sessions

Sharron Brown, Fife Bookbug Co-ordinator, shares ideas on how to make families feel welcome at Bookbug Sessions.

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Suzanne Zeedyk

The Importance of Interaction

Dr Suzanne Zeedyk talks about the importance of interaction and how babies are tuned in to other people and use this to help them learn.

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Suzanne Zeedyk

Baby Brain Development

Dr Suzanne Zeedyk talks about baby brain development and how babies are making sense of the world.

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Tim Porteus

Including Dads in a Bookbug Session

Tim Porteus, Dads co-ordinator with Midlothian Sure Start and registered Story Teller shares some ideas about how we can ensure dads are included in Bookbug Sessions

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Judy speaking

Planning a Bookbug Session

Judy Fielding, Freelance Early Years Music and Story Specialist, tells us how she plans a Bookbug Session and gives lots of tips on what to include.

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Lucinda speaking

Singing in your Bookbug Session

Lucinda Geoghegan, Education Director from the National Youth Choir of Scotland, gives some key tips to boost the confidence of Bookbug Session Leaders.

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Lucinda speaking

What should we sing with young children?

Lucinda Geoghegan, Education Director from the National Youth Choir of Scotland, talks about what we should sing and gives some tips on best practice if you’re leading a Bookbug Session.

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Why is singing important for children?

Lucinda Geoghegan, Education Director from the National Youth Choir of Scotland, talks about why we should sing with children.

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