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Discussion in 'Early Years' started by kaz_allan, Nov 10, 2011.

  1. Has anyone got any experience of doing this? we are trying to do this well this year but finding it really difficult to do. I have looked on various websites but none of them actually give you examples of trends and how to channel learning in the EYFS areas through these.
    Can anyone help make this a little easier for us - we are new to doing this and we have not had any support with this so far we are just trying to incorporate it??
    I have managed to do a PLOD for a child that likes Peppa Pig and role play but found it really hard and not sure if it is acceptable really.
    thanks for any help and advice
  2. pinknoodles

    pinknoodles Administrator

    Hi, we do this by keeping a continuous provision plan for the inside and outside areas. It has a list of all the areas inside and outside and we make a note of the independent and focus activities we are setting out for the day. On the right hand column we list what activities were working well, what were not, specific children playing in the areas and things the children have commented on throughout the session.

    At the end of the day we assess all the activities and adjust as needed, extending certain resources or adding things according to the children's interests the previous day.

    Hope that offers some help!
  3. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

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