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Areas of Learning Covers (Revised EYFS)

EYFS Areas of Learning

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A collection of decorative A4 covers introducing each area of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). Each area of learning is represented by a series of relevant photographs. It has been updated to cover the 7 areas of learning under the revised EYFS.

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  1. alison

    Hi I really like the areas of learning covers.Any chance of up dating them for the new 7 areas? Thanks

  2. admin

    Hi Alison, thanks for getting in touch. I’ve just uploaded a version for the revised EYFS. To be honest I did it a while back but completely forgot to upload it! Thanks again and if we can be of any more help then just let me know. Peter

  3. Val

    Any chance we can have the ‘pre-revised 2012’ versions too with all your EYFS docs?

  4. Tamsin

    I really like these, but it would be even nicer to be able to edit the photographs and add our own children in them – Maybe with a quote or two is that possible? Personalise the learning and displays etc?

  5. Paula

    These are really useful, thanks for putting this together.

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