Continuous Provision plans

Continuous Provision plans

Early Years Continuous provision plans to put up in a Reception class to support adults on what each area can offer in different areas of learning, extension ideas and vocabulary ideas. Use as they are or alter to suit your setting. Hope they save you lots of time. Other topics covered: Planning templates; Paperwork.
carolwood
The Rainbow Fish Maths Game

The Rainbow Fish Maths Game

Maths Game pdf with simple instructions. Children move around the board following simple maths instructions to add or subtract scales from their fish boards. Game board should be printed out A3 or ‘blown up’ to that size. Fish boards are A4. Full instructions included. All text and numbers are in Sassoon Infant font. This resource is very colourful and will use a lot of printer ink!!!
bevevans22
MORE PLANNING - continuous provision

MORE PLANNING - continuous provision

Activity Plans for Role Play, Construction, Small World Play etc. Please use and adapt accordingly, SPEND MORE TIME OBSERVING THE LEARNING THROUGH PLAY, love your job, it’s the best job in the world!. Play takes huge energy and concentration. It is anything but recreation or relaxation. Bruce, 1991 Play is a process. It has no products. When the play ends, it vanishes as quickly as it arrived. Bruce, 1991 Bruce, T (1991) Time to Play in Early Childhood Education. London: Hodder and Stoughton
carlabooth
Under the Sea

Under the Sea

After talking with the children about under the sea animals have children draw their favourite sea animal and write about it. [Now with doc version too]
qmi
Fish Numberline - under the sea

Fish Numberline - under the sea

Fish numberline for children in foundation stage to use in numeracy sessions. Muddle up, and hide some behind the rock (its locked in place).Fun and simple, great for Under the sea topics or related ones x
jadakiss89