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Castles and Homes MTP: Expressive Art and Design

Castles and Homes MTP: Expressive Art and Design

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A comprehensive Medium Term Plan on the topic of Castles and Homes, with an emphasis on the ‘Expressive Art and Design’ area of learning set out in the revised EYFS. It was created by Kerry Moody, an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school with outstanding early years provision.

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Comments

  1. Emily

    Really great series of MTPs, I definitely recommend!

  2. lizreid21

    Many thanks for these brilliant set of plans.

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