Life is really beginning to open up for two year olds as they start to become more independent. These two productions look at the life of a two year old, charting her development and growing relationships with her close adults and peers at home and at nursery.
Made in conjunction with Peter Elfer, a leading researcher in nursery practice.
- Life at Two: Attachments, Key People & Development
- The Two Year Old: At Home & Nursery
Jennie Lindon, Early Years Specialist, and Author
Life at Two is an excellent record of a year of important early childhood. So far I am regularly using the sequence of Ava playing with the farm animals set with her mother. This is a really good way in to remind early years practitioners of the wide range of kinds of words that a just two year old can be using. The other sequence I use quite often is from the other DVD (Child Observation No. 9 - The Two Year Old) where Ava is at home with her mother, with the lovely scenes of Ava 'reading' her book, 'writing' her shopping list, going to the shops and so on.
Dorothy Selleck - Early Years Consultant
LIFE AT TWO is a delightful study of Ava with her family and in her nursery taken over time.
Jean McAleer, Teacher, Seaton Burn Community College
LIFE AT TWO. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the film and I am looking forward to using it as a teaching aid with my GCSE Health and Social Care group next term.
Marion Dowling, Author and Vice President of Early Education
THE TWO YEAR OLD AT HOME AND NURSERY is of extremely high quality and matches the very good standard of other Siren productions.