Planning for the Foundation Stage: Ideas for Themes and Activities
This text is a follow-up to Planning, Play and the Early Years. It takes the planning stage one step further by showing how specific play activities can be used to deliver the pre-school curriculum. The book helps students to complete curriculim plans covering the six learning areas of the Foundation Stage. It also shows students how to differentiate activities to meet the individual needs of each child.
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Understanding the Foundation Stage
Curriculum guidance for the Foundation Stage
Planning for the Foundation Stage
Themes and activities for the Foundation Stage
114 Creative development 66 Mathematical development Activity plan activity This activity adults Area of learning Ask children Ask the children Aspects of learning attitudes Self-confidence Behaviour and self-control communication Language Creative development Exploring Curriculum guidance page development Exploring media Disposition and attitudes Early Learning Goals emotional development Disposition Encourage children Exploration and investigation expressing and communicating Extending and varying Foundation Stage curriculum guidance page Personal help children Ideas for organising intentions This activity Key learning intentions Knowledge and understanding language and literacy Language for communication Language for thinking learning Aspects learning Curriculum guidance Links to Foundation literacy Language Mathematical development Numbers media and materials Numbers as labels organising the activity play relationships Behaviour Responding to experiences Role-play area Self-confidence and self-esteem Sense of space social and emotional space and measures Specific resources Stage curriculum Area Stepping Stones story teddy theme tools and materials varying children's learning Walker Books world Exploration