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    HI everyone

    Just finishing up writing up my last obs from the last week of August and need some help

    Little boy aged 27 months made different noises for each animal as he got them out of the tub this afternoon : )

    Where would you put this when linking to the old EYFS?

    He doesnt have many clear words yet, so how would you move this forward?

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    With CLL - communication, language and literacy.

    Singing 'Old MacDonald's Farm' would be a nice follow up activity

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    Any ideas anyone? I need to tie this up tonight to move on

    Any help would be fab

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    Fab thank you Sarah! Seems so simple when someone else gives you an idea! It's been a long day xx

 

 

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