Manuals

Northamptonshire Baby Room Project©
Facilitator’s Manual

This manual helps you train early years practitioners and other professionals working with infants to run the Northamptonshire Baby Room Project©.

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Baby brain development threads its way through the three sessions. This is combined with making resources that are linked to the theme of the session. Three sessions cover aspects of:

  • Babies’ Brain Development

  • Babies’ Emotional Development

  • Babies’ Playing and Laughing

What is included in The Northamptonshire Baby Room Project© Facilitator’s Manual? A manual and a resources disc.

The manual provides background information about the Northamptonshire Baby Room Project, wonderful pictures, description of the three sessions, TOP TIPS, references and a whole lot more.

The resources disc provides facilitator notes, power point presentations and additional materials to run the three sessions of the Northamptonshire Baby Room Project with early years practitioners, advisers, family support workers, who may work in nurseries, crèches, Children’s Centres or visit babies in their homes.

‘We invite you to use this facilitator’s manual imaginatively as a way of inspiring everyone working and living with babies. We encourage you to experiment with the materials adding your own creative twists and quirks. We are confident that The Northamptonshire Baby Room Project© can increase people’s knowledge base, and excite and inspire people to think again about how they work with babies; the very youngest children entrusted to their care.

May you enjoy this programme and allow your enthusiasm to inspire others’.

Veronica and Claire

To order a copy of the Facilitator's Manual at £50.00 plus postage and packaging please
click here to download the Order Form

 

Northamptonshire Baby Room Project©
Parents Course Facilitator’s Manual

Fun and creative, the parents course has been designed so that it can be used with small groups of parents with young babies looking at how simple activities, showing how playing and interacting with babies is good for everyone’s brains. Baby brain development threads its way through the three sessions.parents This is combined with making resources that are linked to the theme of the session. Three sessions cover aspects of:

  • Babies’ Brain Development

  • Babies’ Emotional Development

  • Babies’ Playing and Laughing

What is include in The Northamptonshire Baby Room Project© - Parents Course Facilitator’s Manual? A manual and a resources disc?

The manual provides background information about the Northamptonshire Baby Room Project© – Parents Course, wonderful pictures of babies ands resources, description of the three sessions, TOP TIPS, references and a whole lot more.

The resources disc provides facilitator notes, flip chart presentations and additional materials to run the three sessions of the Northamptonshire Baby Room Project with parents who want to understand more about their babies and the simple, fun things they can do together.

“We invite you to use this facilitator’s manual imaginatively as a way of inspiring everyone working and living with babies. We encourage you to experiment with the materials adding your own creative twists and quirks. We are confident that The Northamptonshire Baby Room Project for parents can increase parents’ knowledge base, excite and inspire parents to reflect on how they relate to their baby.

May you enjoy this programme and allow your enthusiasm to inspire parents and babies.”

Veronica, Claire and Sharon

To order a copy of the Parents Course at £50.00 plus postage and packaging please
click here to download the Order Form

 

Did you know...?

Babies learn through play. Place yourself at the babies' level and look around seeing what they may be seeing.

Smiles, waves, cries, facial expressions, body movements and eye contact are some of the ways in which babies try to communicate with you.

Use everyday routines; e.g. changing and mealtimes to talk to, sing and laugh with your baby.

Kissing and loving touches releases opioids and oxytocin in the brain which helps babies feel happy and helps their brains grow healthily.

 

Contact The Northamptonshire Baby Room Project ©

Email: vlawrence@northamptonshire.gov.uk
Write to: The Northamptonshire Baby Room Project, William Knibb Centre, Montagu Street, Kettering, Northants NN16 8AE
Telephone: 01604 361416 | Fax: 01536 533931
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