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Just wondered if anyone could come up with how I can determine the above?

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The daily scrum in the cloakroom when children try to retrieve their bags and shoes whilst trying to knock each other over and cause as much mayhem as possible comes to mind! :o

 

Just thinking about when we hear children say "its mine" or "that belongs to" in our setting... everyday things like when we have paintings with no name on and ask the children if they recognise it, or asking them to put things in their tray etc.

 

Can I ask why you feel you need to find activities to evidence this particular development matters statement?

 

Maz

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The daily scrum in the cloakroom when children try to retrieve their bags and shoes whilst trying to knock each other over and cause as much mayhem as possible comes to mind! :o

 

Maz

 

 

LOL thought that was just us!

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