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    Does anyone have a template for an observation sheet I could use please.

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    I am using a very simple layout at the moment that works well for me -

    What am I doing / saying? –






    Space here for the obs and a Pogo photo





    Observation from – inside □ outside □ outing □ home □ other setting □
    Main areas of learning – C&L □ PD □ PSED □ LIT □ M □ UW □ A&D □
    Learning characteristics… Playing and exploring □ Learning actively □ Creating and thinking critically □

    It is on the back on my Play Plan which is in files at the top of the forum ...

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    Thanks sarah I had a look at yours and designed my own last night. Having a look at some elses design and layout really helped thank you x

 

 

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