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Minibeasts STP Week 4 – Which minibeasts flutter and fly?

Minibeasts STP Week 4 – Which minibeasts flutter and fly?

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A very detailed minibeast themed short term plan focusing on the question "Which minibeasts flutter and fly?” It features a variety of activity ideas and continuous provision suggestions.

It is the fourth of seven short term weekly plans on the theme of minibeasts. It was created by Kerry Moody, an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school graded as outstanding by OFSTED. She has also created some fantastic Medium Term Plans on the same theme. In addition we have many minibeast themed printable resources on our website which may be of interest.

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