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I use an A3 planning grid with days of the week down the side and areas of provsion across the top - nine columns (Extra, including circle time; English/story/reading corner/role play; music; maths; K&U of world; small world/construction; art/DT; Sand/water/malleable; Physical)

I write everything on there and colour code it to show which activities are outside and which activities are adult focus.

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I like the look of your planning Kelly - very easy to see what's going on. I'm also amazed at how much you have going on outside - our outside area is dire! Desperately need to find ways of using it to better advantage. xD

 

Harricroft

 

ps - a belated welcome to the site and thanks for sharing :o

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Kelly, can ask what you have in your outdoor writing trolley? I am setting one up at school but I want to try and incorporate resources that are different to the indoor ones.

Thanks in advance!

Fox xx

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Thanks Harricroft. It does look a little overcrowded out there sometimes!

 

ASPK - At the moment I have one of those plastic trlleys with about 3 trays and storage space at the bottom for bigger resources. I put out the usual things like pens, pencils, a range of paper and pads, envelopes etc. Then I have a tray for stationary like sellotape, scissors, hole-punch. I also put in clip-boards. There are alphabet cards / word lists and then sometime I put out newspaper cuttings etc cause the children like to write over these.

 

Sorry - I've run out of ideas about how to make it different myself! It's out all the time, which sometimes means the children don't notice it / it becomes part of the furniture - but at least it's there when they want / need it. I move it's position about a bit to try and help with this.

 

Hope this helps - but I'd appreciate some more ideas too. :)

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Thanks Kelly, it sounds pretty much the same as me. I keep the trolley in a designated literacy area next to an outdoor wall-mounted whiteboard. It's really hard trying to think of resources that are more appropriate outside than in, isn't it! As our trolley has drawers in it I am thinking about keeping some with rice or sand in so the children can access them independently for writing/drawing with their fingers.

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