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I have finished!!! but, ideas for sept...

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by GemsEYFS, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. GemsEYFS

    GemsEYFS New commenter

    Hi all!
    I finished school today for summer yey!!!!!
    I am going to go in though for the rest of this week to try and get my classroom set up ready for september. I am an Nursery. If anybody has any good ideas for displays to start the year?? I have SOOOOO many display boards in my room!
    Also, does any one have any good practise to share, things or areas that have worked well in Nursery this year? I can not switch off untill i know i am prepared for september. Does anyone have any photos of their areas that they would be willing to share? I need inspriation!

    Happy holidays to any one who has finished, and not long to go for those of you who are still going ;-)
     
  2. GemsEYFS

    GemsEYFS New commenter

    Hi all!
    I finished school today for summer yey!!!!!
    I am going to go in though for the rest of this week to try and get my classroom set up ready for september. I am an Nursery. If anybody has any good ideas for displays to start the year?? I have SOOOOO many display boards in my room!
    Also, does any one have any good practise to share, things or areas that have worked well in Nursery this year? I can not switch off untill i know i am prepared for september. Does anyone have any photos of their areas that they would be willing to share? I need inspriation!

    Happy holidays to any one who has finished, and not long to go for those of you who are still going ;-)
     
  3. Leapyearbaby64

    Leapyearbaby64 New commenter

    Lucky you to have lots of display boards! I'm having extra ones put in this summer as we don't have enough! I may sound like a 70s throwback, but I'm a big convert to backing boards in hessian. This way, the work can be pinned on by the children and moved around when they want and it's all much more flexible. And the work stands out rather than the backing paper. And it only needs to be done once ... and probably lasts years. Oh I'm sad.
     

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