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Schemas are patterns of repeatable behaviour which can often be noticed in young children's play. As practitioners of young children it is good practice to be aware of the different ways children learn. See the PDF for examples of schemas.

Examples of schemas PDF

The PDF contains examples of easily identifiable schemas, preferences of children with enhanced schematic play, and schema's by activity, such as expressive, building and making and exploring activities.

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