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    This is great think you

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    Thank you been looking for something like this for ages x

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    What a great site.

    Just printed a few sheets out x

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    That's a really good site thanks for sharing xx

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    over it ;-)
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    Thank you so much I have been looking for somewhere like this for ages x

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    Thanks just what I have been looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twinkles View Post
    Could be wrong but a development officer told me we weren't supposed to use these for our EYFS children.

    Not quite sure of the details, mabe a clever person can explain better...



    SARAH !
    There isn't a lot of scope for 'characteristics of effective learning' to take place when doing a worksheet. Little hands/fingers/wrists can get tired when tracing lots of letters/numbers and so can their minds. Some of the sheets are quite monotonous and wouldn't excite the children. Obviously these wouldn't be the ones you would choose. Sorry, just got a bit of a downer on worksheets as DD's teacher uses them a lot and they are never balanced out with investigations of a mathematical nature, or a multi sensory approach to learning. Really don't mean to offend anyone. x

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    Thanks for sharing

 

 
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