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Discussion in 'Early Years' started by ilovechardonnay, Apr 2, 2012.

  1. I am new to Reception and have been told I can do whatever I like with regards to topics. What do you guys recommend and why?
     
  2. Thanks for replying Maz. I have been popping into nursery to chat with some of the children who will be coming up and have been trying to gauge some of their interests. So far I have princesses, castles, superheroes, rockets and pets. How do you go about planning and organising based on the kids interests? Can you be teaching something different (as in a theme) each week?
     
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  4. A great blog, thank you. I led Experiential Writing up in KS2 which is quite similar in its approach so adapting that for EYFS would be an easy transition for me ( I am currently in Year 3). Thanks again :)
     

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