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"Must have" EYFS classroom resources

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by Tamster150, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. I have just started a new job in a Reception class. The school has lots of lovely equipment like a light box and lovely community playthings furniture but hardly any physical resources that I thought were fairly standard in an EY's setting. (like any kind of threading resource) They seem to have (wasted) spent a lot of money on making the school "look" nice, rather than providing any concrete resources to provide substance to the curriculum.
    I am going to do an audit next week but was wondering if anyone had a list of recommended resources or could tell me the resources that they couldn't live without.
    I know the things that I would personally like, but I would like a more generic list to work from.
    TIA
     
  2. I have just started a new job in a Reception class. The school has lots of lovely equipment like a light box and lovely community playthings furniture but hardly any physical resources that I thought were fairly standard in an EY's setting. (like any kind of threading resource) They seem to have (wasted) spent a lot of money on making the school "look" nice, rather than providing any concrete resources to provide substance to the curriculum.
    I am going to do an audit next week but was wondering if anyone had a list of recommended resources or could tell me the resources that they couldn't live without.
    I know the things that I would personally like, but I would like a more generic list to work from.
    TIA
     

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