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we relflect all the time in our setting and use well being and involvement to assess our areas

we have messy areas

quiet/cozy areas

mark making in all

computer

outside

snack area

 

we try not to over stimulate our hall

 

we do have a few laminates up numbers,time line, etc

and a couple of display boards

 

if an area is not working and what works one year does not always work the following we will look at changing it sometimes it is not the area but the resources that are provide

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Hi Sarah,

I am a foundation stage teacher with a very small classroom and 30 children! Don't ask me how but I have arranged the following learning areas in my classroom:

Role play area

Small world area

Construction area

Reading area

Discovery area

Writing area

Phonics area

Number area

Discovery area

Malleable area

Listening area

Creative area

and... ICT area!

Don't think I have forgotten anything!

Tinky

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Hi Sarah,

I am a foundation stage teacher with a very small classroom and 30 children! Don't ask me how but I have arranged the following learning areas in my classroom:

Role play area

Small world area

Construction area

Reading area

Discovery area

Writing area

Phonics area

Number area

Discovery area

Malleable area

Listening area

Creative area

and... ICT area!

Don't think I have forgotten anything!

Tinky

Wow! You've done well to fit in all those areas Tinky.

I am in a Year R unit - area is equivalent of 2 classrooms.

We have the following areas:

- role play including a puppet theatre

- painting

- making

- music

- reading

- mark making

- psrn

- physical (including jigsaws, beads, sewing, play dough etc..)

- sand and water

- investigation

- small world

- ICT

- construction

 

and of course the outside area which encompasses a lot of the areas above

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