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It should be integrated within your daily activities. You need to encourage mark making which will lead to emergent writing and handwriting skills--lots of fine and gross motor activities. You need to read and write with the children. You need to teach book handling skills and how a book works. You should have a daily phonics session and if you follow letters and sounds or another scheme, you will be teaching reading and writing.

Dont forget speaking and listening skills and story telling - the Talk for writing model will work well.

Good luck!

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I plan my daily phonics lesson and I also plan guided reading where all the children are involved in something literacy based my planning for both are on separate sheets of paper in a table format. I also plan my busy board activities for the week which are the activities that the children can choose over the course of the week when not in a focus group (about 12 activities related to topic) there are usually 2 writing type activities for my writing area something in the role play, and there are several other mark making/reading opportunities around the classroom/outside and the listening centre. Again this is presented in a grid format with links to EYFS. At the moment I don't do a literacy plan as KS1 would do and my head seems happy with what I present her with on a monday morning. Hope that helps!

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