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    Please can someone look at this and give me some idea if i've done it right. I really don't think i have. I think i have messed up the areas (cll etc)

    I have blanks if anyone has ideas.

    Please feel free to suggest things to replace things that may bore kiddies. Or just be wrong.

    I have used the template that was posted on here.

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    looks great

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    That is fantastic, Im coming really unstuck as to how to plan around eyfs, as cant get my head around it, ie how to plan and record. you've done a great job there

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    That looks brilliant, I wish I was organised
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    That looks brilliant!

    I wouldn't actually plan for week 4 at all because you will find by the time you get there the children will have taken over the planning if you let them decide what they want to do...

    There are so many healthy eating ideas ... making healthy / not healthy collage plates, having a healthy eating colour day each week, making every Friday a fruity day, 5 a day charts etc.

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    Well done to you

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    That looks great - well done

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    Looks great...you are organised if your planning for March already
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    It looks great - well done

    Hope you don't mind but I have saved it
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    Looks fab

    Much more organised than me

    I've yet to sort of February's let alone March
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    Well done, that's great.

    PSRN do you have any fruit puzzles or jigsaws, Adsa did have some for £1.50.


    KUW look at fruit around the world

    http://www.tradewindsfruit.com/fruitsscientific.htm


    PD play the runner bean game.


    Some general ideas here :

    http://www.123fruityabc.com/store/fr...ads/info_5.php
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    Looks good - well done

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    WOW thats gr8 i dont have half that amount of planning for my children, not enough hrs in the day after individual needs and routine,,

    if you have gaps fill them in after the children did something child led or braught something from home just an idea,

    add a reflection of how the planning worked and then you can use it again next year so not having to re-do 12mths of planns, keep in file and next year we just have to tweek bits to fit the ages of children we have,

    i did something like yours and we didnt cover half of it because the children went off in their own direction,,, and other things happened during the month.

    I think your planns are FAB and you have worked hard
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    Thanks for sharing your plan, it's very helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peppa View Post
    Please can someone look at this and give me some idea if i've done it right. I really don't think i have. I think i have messed up the areas (cll etc)

    I have blanks if anyone has ideas.

    Please feel free to suggest things to replace things that may bore kiddies. Or just be wrong.

    I have used the template that was posted on here.

    Thank you
    hi peppa ,

    quick questions what ages are the children with you and can i pick your brain for planns for february i was going to do the usual cards for valentines and flower arranging but then i go blank????

    pleaseeee thank you xxxxx

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    Pancake Day ~ always a favourite.
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    Be careful planning so far ahead, you must link back to your observations of the children and they may notbe interested in any of this.

    I plan ahead just an outline of ideas for example activities linked with chinese new year, then when we get there i use the most relevant idea to the children's interests eg if they are into sticking i would focus on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea08 View Post
    hi peppa ,

    quick questions what ages are the children with you and can i pick your brain for planns for february i was going to do the usual cards for valentines and flower arranging but then i go blank????

    pleaseeee thank you xxxxx
    Sorry i have no children, Not registered yet. Haven't doen jan feb planning because i know that I would def not have children. Decided to plan for march then each week i can taylor to the children i do have needs. Also i can keep it for next year if need be.

    Sorry, i'm laughing because i probably look really sad planning for no one!
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    Nothing wrong trying to keep one step ahead......wish i could manage it haha!

    Your plans look great...well done.

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    If it helps anyone else then i am happy to help. Just took me two hours to do!!!!! only 11 more to do! lol

    I'm going to try do twelve months then tailor them to the children i have at the time.

    Just wanted to make sure i was going in the right direction
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