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Take One Picture STP: Renoir’s ‘The Umbrellas’ STP

Take One Picture STP: Renoir’s ‘The Umbrellas’ STP

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A very detailed short term plan featuring activity ideas and continuous provision suggestions relating to Pierre-Auguste Renoir's painting 'The Umbrellas'. It was created by Kerry Moody (an experienced EYFS teacher and manager) in response to the National Gallery’s ‘Take One Picture’ campaign (for more information visit TakeOnePicture.org.uk ). She has also created some fantastic Medium Term Plans on the same topic.

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  1. Nadine Harley

    invaluable to have great ides

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