Best reviewed summer topic plans for early years
Medium-term plans to inspire your young learners in the summer term
Need some topic inspiration for next term? Or perhaps you’re simply looking for a few ideas to supplement or refresh your existing planning? There’s something for everyone in this collection of the best reviewed summer topic plans for early years.
- Animals and minibeasts planning, with 44 reviews
What is it? These detailed plans include a closer look at natural habitats and pets, as well as exploring positive and negative feelings towards animals and insects.
Users say… What simple and easy to follow lesson plans. I love the way the activities are child centred. (anitagr)
- Transport planning, with 37 reviews
What is it? As well as identifying different types of transport through the ages, pupils are provided with opportunities to discover more about their local environment.
Users say… Lovely planning and not too difficult to change the objectives to match the new framework. Thank you very much. (njh18)
- Fruit and vegetables planning, with 36 reviews
What is it? Use classic tales such as Jack and the Beanstalk and The Enormous Turnip to get learners thinking about the process of growing fruits and vegetables.
Users say… Thanks a lot, I am a trainee teacher and this has given me some great ideas to use plants across the curriculum. Great planning format also! (shell7harris)
- Growing planning, with 24 reviews
What is it? Put a twist on a growing topic by incorporating life cycles of plants, animals and humans with these varied activity ideas.
Users say… Lots of lovely ideas to add to my medium term planning - I hadn't thought about babies - children and it's a long half term coming up so the extra ideas are very welcome. Many thanks for sharing! (Kirstent2004)
- Water planning, with 20 reviews
What is it? Engage your learners with the comprehensive plans for this water-themed topic, which incorporates Noah's Ark, bathtime and creatures under the sea.
Users say… I can have a holiday. This is exactly what I've been looking for, with a little tweaking to suit our setting it'll be spot on, then I can go away knowing I've got my planning for next term (k_dews)
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