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PSED / SEAL Circle Time Games Part 1

PSED / SEAL Circle Time Games Part 1

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A comprehensive document containing a list of circle time games and activities that could be used to promote and reinforce the Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL). It includes the EYFS intended learning objectives and outcomes.

This is the first of 2 PSED / SEAL circle time documents created by Kerry Moody (an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school with outstanding early years provision).

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  1. ambreen saeed

    this is wonderful all the requirements on one site heaven for the teachers

  2. catherine

    What is the blue book that keeps getting referred to?

  3. cewilsher

    What is the I’m Important Too story?

  4. Sarah

    What is the name of the ‘blue circle time book’?

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