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    Default I lost my files - hoping someone can help

    I lost some of my files off my PC. The one I really miss is the milestone flower petals one.

    It was basically a flower with lots of petals and each petal had a development progress on each petal which you coloured as the child achieve it.

    Does anyone know where I can download this pretty please?

    Thanks

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    The twinkle site do them, or if you're on the facebook group, they're in files

    https://lookaside.fbsbx.com/file/flo...wpWeEOd5Hudhhg

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    Ofsted's tracker of choice is Early Years Outcomes so I always advise colleagues to use that guidance...

    The flowers are in files on the Independent Childminders Facebook group but I wouldn't advise duplication.

    Hth

 

 

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