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EYFS objective-led planning sheet

Overall rating 4 out of 54.6 (7 ratings)

Last updated 26 October 2013, created 28 July 2012, viewed 12,261

For making my observations more objective-led. Can be used for a group, or rows added for the whole class. Can be used for any of the areas / aspects, and for as many objectives as needed, and with or without a specific activity. Also space to note observations, characteristics of effective learn More…ing, next steps and interests. Will probably use throughout a week, initially observing an activity then in CI play. Example shows the sort of things I'll write but use it until September, so please comment on any obvious defects or why it might not work in practice. Thanks

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    Example of completed EYFS objective-led planning sheet.doc (39kb, Word document)
  • Word documentLesson plan
    EYFS objective-led planning sheet.doc (37kb, Word document)
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Thanks very much for sharing

from beekeeper99, 26 October 2013
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Fantastic template great way of planning and evidencing for specific children.

from puppy98, 14 April 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Thank you for sharing your hard work with others! This resource has been chosen to feature in the next TES Early Years newsletter.

from TESEarlyYears, 19 March 2013. Member of the TES Panel.
(report comment) 5 out of 5 Recommended

As an NQT who isn't EYFS trained this is a superb help, thank you! The only thing I'm unclear on (and apologies if this is due to my lack of training) is that I thought the DM statements weren't to be viewed as a linear progression so I'm not sure about completing 'next steps' as the next DM statement?? Any advice would be appreciated as I may have misunderstood.

from crossleyg, 19 January 2013
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Fantastic! Thank you

from Emily2010, 19 September 2012
(report comment) 5 out of 5
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