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EYFS Outdoor Continuous Provision Ideas

EYFS Outdoor Continuous Provision Ideas

About This Primary Resource

Seven days worth of outdoor play planning ideas covering each of the EYFS areas of learning. Each day gives different ideas for your outdoor area.

This resource was created by Kerry Moody, an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school graded outstanding by OFSTED.

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Comments

  1. Debbie Malone

    Outdoor provision ideas

  2. Ms.Esther Raju

    Hi,

    Thank you for giving me the wonderful outdoor planner. I’m happy and was very badly in need of outdoor activity for my students to explore in the outdoor environment.

    Thanking you.

  3. Shirley Whiteford

    very useful

  4. Liz Thomas

    Thankyou

  5. Amy tiernan

    Outdoor planning examples

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