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I have a child in my nursery class who is English as an additional language with limited English. He carries his rucksack on his back and carries his water bottle around with him all day. When an adult tries to persuade him to put them where the other children put theirs he screams. If his bottle gets misplaced in provision he also screams with distress. I understand that he has a connection with home with these objects, however they are hindering his ability to explore and learn in the environment. Have you any suggestions?
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