View Full Version : Woodland Walk, observation?

19-01-2012, 01:52 PM
We have been out today for a lovley woodland walk. My 14 month old mindee is really unsteady on his feet and spends the majority of the time on the floor! I today wrapped him up and put some wellies on and let his loose walking in the woods. He did fall over, a lot but manage to master the art of getting walking in hid wellies and the uneven surfaces. Would you put this down as a observation and which area?

C x

christine e
19-01-2012, 02:00 PM
8-20 months KUW 'as they pull to stand and become more mobile, the scope of babies investigations grow'

8-20 months PD 'show delight in the freedom and changing pespectives that standing or beginning to walk brings'

Hope this helps


19-01-2012, 02:04 PM
I'm sure someone will come along with abetter answer in a mo but I think I would put something like;

PD - Movement and space 8 - 20m

Shows delight in the freedom and changing perpectives that standing or beginning to walk brings

Next Steps - provide novelty in the environment that encourages babies to use all of their senses and move indoors and outdoors

KUW - Place 16 - 26m

Curious about the environment

(From the EYFS Guidance)

19-01-2012, 03:14 PM
Fab thanks x