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Activity Observation / Planning Sheets

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About This Primary Resource

A set of forms that could be used to plan and observe various activities in your school or early years setting. Contains 1 form for each of the following activities (although they could be used as templates for any number of activates): collage, mark making, rubbing, role-play, small world play, handling malleable materials, mixing potions and concoctions, painting, cutting and cooking. The download is a zipped folder containing ten separate word files.

This resource has been updated for the revised EYFS.

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  1. fouzia

    nice

  2. Shula Clark

    Looks really useful.

  3. Morenike Farinto

    Very useful

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