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Sensory Devlopment C10


paddywack
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Thanks Beau I hope it helps me I am just struggling to get my head around this lot of questions . Finding the wording hard. Tomorrow Iam doing some of my c10 unit . Smelly play dough !!! and a memory game think Ive got that bit sussed .I may be back with help on the questions feeling really thick at the mo about them!!!! xD:o:(

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Don't get too bogged down with the wording paddywack. I find the NVQ speak very user unfriendly. :o Sometimes you just need to have it worded slightly differently and suddenly you know exactly what it is they're asking for. That's what we're here for. :)

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You might find it helps if you try not to think of 'questions' (because they aren't), instead, statements you need to show you can match!!

 

Try it! If you have probs get back to me, either here, or by pm/email

 

Sue :D

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Thanks Beau and Sue its a great help knowing I can get help here.I think the reason I feel a bit stressed is because we are a term time only nursery so I have to have this done by middle of July so when I start back in sept I have it all wrapped up for my promotion which has been a long time coming!!My assesor says she has every faith in me and we are ploughing through lots of obs .She gave me lots of feedback today which was really great gave me a bit of a confidence boost and the children are really enjoying themselves I will be so glad when it is completed. Iam struggling to choose my optional units though not keen on them, any ideas ? :o

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It really depends on the sort of age group and setting you work in paddywack. M8 goes hand in hand with M7 and is a good one as there is lots of cross referencing. I then chose P5 and M2 as I work in a committee run playgroup and used to be the treasurer before I was playleader so these were particularly relevant to both my roles. (Don't know if I should be admitting I used to be a dreaded committee member though :o )

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