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Journeys & Transport MTP: Communication & Language

Communication & Language

About This Primary Resource

A comprehensive Medium Term Plan on the topic of Journeys and Transport, with an emphasis on the ‘Communication and Language’ area of learning as featured in the revised EYFS. Focuses on the question ‘What journeys have you made and how did you get there?’

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

You may also be interested in the various vehicle themed printable resources available in our vehicles section.

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  1. Sandy Levy

    Needed for observed interview lesson.

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