Superheroes and Popular Culture

Code: LE3006 ISBN: 9781903670798

Author: Anni McTavish


Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
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Incorporating children’s interest in superheroes and popular culture can be a challenging issue but holds fascination for them as they explore their world. This invaluable resource will help practitioners respond positively with opportunities to support children’s creativity and imagination, their communication, language and literacy skills, across all areas of the EYFS.

The ideas can be developed both indoors and outside, as children have a real need to ‘act out’ their experiences and feelings through physical play. They may want to explore identity, issues around power and control, or simply to try out a different role. All of this feeds into their active learning and thinking skills. Superhero play can also be about developing skills for conflict resolution, negotiation and problem solving. 59pp, A4.

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1 review for Superheroes and Popular Culture

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    “Although this is an older publication (2009) it remains as pertinent as ever given that the lure of superhero and popular culture play never seems to wane. This wonderful book by Anni McTavish provides a wealth of ideas, inspiration and practical tips to help you unleash children’s creativity. The book is extremely well laid out, as are the other books in the series, and Anni begins with a clear and forthright introduction.

    I recommend this book for any setting, for newly qualified staff it will be a stepping stone for their own ideas. For more established staff, it will help them see things afresh and will help them re-evaluate what they are doing with the children in their care, and why.”

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