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On-going Learning Experiences for Sand Play (40-60 months)

On-going Learning Experiences for Sand Play (40-60 months)

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A comprehensive document relating to early years sand play. It identifies the EYFS learning objectives for 40-60 months for all areas of learning, including the Early Learning Goals. It also outlines the relevant characteristics of effective learning and includes a list of continuous provision ideas / resources and possible learning experiences.

This document was created by Kerry Moody, an experienced EYFS teacher and manager in a school with outstanding early years provision. She has also created several other ‘on-going learning experiences’ documents which are ideal to use in early years settings.

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