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Minibeast EYFS / KS1 Topic Plan

Minibeast Medium Term Plan

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A comprehensive EYFS / KS1 planning document on the topic of insects / minibeasts. It contains several activity ideas with and lists the objective of the activity and the area of learning that it links to. It also includes links to various useful resources on our site and across the internet including some fantastic video clips from vimeo. It is a perfect starting point which can be adapted to your individual needs. It also contains some Welsh language terminology for practitioners based in Wales.

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  1. AnnieB

    Not quite what I thought but thank you

  2. aja

    thank you it is a great help !

  3. caroln

    Lovely stuff

  4. nathalee

    very helpful and interesting website

  5. Katie

    Great ideas

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