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Hi! This is my first post - I have spent most of the last week looking through all the posts in the forum. It's nice to know we're not alone!

This year I have changed the planning to formally include continuous provision (we had it before but there was no planning just a list of the areas). I'm still trying to work out how to organise and plan it effectively- I wonder if anyone can help.

Do you leave the same resources in an area all day? Is a yearly long-term plan that covers the learning that might happen in the area ok or should it be changed every half-term?

As we do CCL and MD in the mornings, my afternoons cover one/two focused activities from 1 area of learning. At the moment I include teacher initiated activities that are linked to the focused activity. Is this what other people do? If not, how do you do it? How do you plan for it?

 

I hope someone out there can help.

Thanks.

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Hi Alice

Welcome to the forum. Is it reception that you teach? I'm sure somebody will be able to answer your queries very soon. I just wanted to say hello.

Linda

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Hi Alice

Welcome to the forum. Is it reception that you teach? I'm sure somebody will be able to answer your queries very soon. I just wanted to say hello.

Linda

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Hi Linda,

Yes - I do teach reception.

Alice

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Hi Alice

I too teach reception (and 6 yr1s)

In each of my areas I have a laminated A4 card listing the resources and what the children and adults could do to develop the play there.I think then in your planning you could mention any enhancements you may introduce for a session or week eg bubbles in the water, gingerbread men cutters in the dough say you were doing the gingerbread story..

I think I have seen these area cards on this site some where???

Tinkerbell

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Hi Alice

I too teach reception (and 6 yr1s)

In each of my areas I have a laminated A4 card listing the resources and what the children and adults could do to develop the play there.I think then in your planning you could mention any enhancements you may introduce for a session or week eg bubbles in the water, gingerbread men cutters in the dough say you were doing the gingerbread story..

I think I have seen these area cards on this site some where???

Tinkerbell

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Thanks Tinkerbell,

Would you highlight this somewhere on you focused activity plan? Do you allow your children to choose from any of the continuous provision all the time?

Alice

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