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We use laminated speech bubbles stuck around the play room, if chn voice an opinion about something or tell you something that is important to them it's scribed for them and a photo taken on tapestry, you can also buy 'speech bubble' stick it notepads which can stick straight in journals. We also have a selection of speech bubble, wow, super star photos on our tablets that can be used to share things children have said or done instead of just having the blank thumbnail :-)

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When children are creating something, we note down what they say, and then write it on a speech bubble that we attach to the end product. If the item is 3D, so not possible to add a post it or label to, we photograph the child holding it and then either print it out for their file, with the post it attached, or add it to Tapestry with the voice written in the notes.

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We have Child's Voice box on most of the forms we use. For younger children we would put 'Our observations show that 'Florence' spends time exploring in the sand tray or often plays alongside 'Harry'. This means that we use what we know and see to give the child a voice if they are not yet able to verbalise their thoughts.

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