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Sand: Continuous Provision Plan


Available Resources

Resource Enhancements

Sand tray, sand pit, wet/dry sand, sand wheels, spades, buckets, jugs, funnels, sieves, colanders, pebbles, shells, tubing, plastic bottles, mark/pattern making implements, diggers, trucks, scoops, spoons, various moulds

Larger digging tools



Small world toys: vehicles, animals, dinosaurs, tea sets

Writing materials, flag making

Magnets, shape moulds, different receptacles to fill

Natural resources: fir cones, conkers, pebbles

Pasta, rice, glitter, jewels, lentils, buttons

Guttering



Planned Experiences

Experimenting, exploring, using senses, discovering, moulding, patting, pouring, building, textures, different capabilities of wet/dry sand, tipping, filling, patterns, changes when adding or mixing different materials

Early Years Foundation Stage

Personal, Social & Emotional Dev:

  • Sharing/Taking turns

  • Making choices

  • Working as part of a group

  • Sustain involvement

  • Respond to experiences

Communication & Language:


  • Learn new vocabulary

  • Language for thinking

  • Interacting with peers

  • Following instruction

  • Asking questions




Physical Development:

  • Use malleable materials

  • Use one handed tools

  • Spatial awareness

  • Hand/eye co-ordination

  • Use small/large equipment

Language:

  • Mark Making

  • Make patterns

  • Forming letters

  • Find information from books




Mathematics:

  • Naming shapes

  • Capacity

  • Measuring

  • Weighing

  • Estimating




Understanding the World:

  • Investigating/Exploring

  • Building/constructing

  • Change

  • Use sand timers

  • Sand in the wider environment: beaches, deserts

Expressive Arts & Design:

  • Explore texture

  • Express & communicate ideas

  • Use imagination

  • Explore using senses

  • Respond to comments, questions

Vocabulary:

Build, pat, squash, fill, touch, pour, wet, dry, damp, smooth, grains, shape, mould, print, pattern, marks, tracks, dig, rake, hide, cover, search, soft, heavy, light


Principles into Practice


Unique Child:

  • Individual interests

  • Language development

  • Imagination / creativity

  • Exploration & discoveries




Positive Relationships:

- Sharing & Taking turns

- Collaborating in a group

- Play co-operatively

- Listen and respond to each other

- Respecting each others space




Enabling Environments:

- Access for all children

- Appropriate resources

- Stimulating enhancements

- Boundaries – re safety/space

- Provide opportunities for children

to add resources from other areas:

small world/construction…




Learning & Development:

- Activities and resources offered

along with sustained shared thinking

across all areas of the EYFS will

ensure that all children progress in

their learning and development




Playing & Exploring

Active Learning

Creating & Thinking Critically

- Being engaged

- Showing curiosity

- Showing ‘can do’ attitude


- Showing fascination

- Maintain a focus

- Showing satisfaction in meeting

their goals


- Finding ways to solve problems

- Making predictions

- Exploring cause and effect

- Change strategy as needed






Water: Continuous Provision Plan

Available Resources

Resource Enhancements

Water trays - large/small, sea life, boats, aqua park, water wheels, jugs, funnels, tubing, bottles, sieves, shells, pebbles, sponges, floating/sinking objects, tea set, fishing nets, kitchen utensils, aprons

Outdoors: watering cans, guttering, pipes, buckets, colanders, paint brushes

Natural objects: sponges, corks, leaves, fir cones, coloured glass pebbles

Clothes washing, bathing dolls

Small world & construction resources

Marble run, measuring jugs/bottles

Materials to effect changes: food dyes, gelli, corn flour, glitter,


Planned Experiences

Explore the different capabilities of water: pouring, filling, emptying, movement, sounds

Changes when adding or mixing different materials, changes that occur when adding water to sand/soil/flour/paper, floating/sinking activities, freezing, melting etc.



Early Years Foundation Stage

Personal, Social & Emotional Dev:


  • Interested/motivated

  • Make choices

  • Sharing/taking turns

  • Work as a group

  • Accept rules/boundaries

  • Dress/undress, aprons

Communication & Language:

  • Listen and respond

  • Extend vocabulary

  • Ask questions

  • Talk to plan and organise




Physical Development:

  • Use one handed tools

  • Spatial awareness

  • Hand/eye co-ordination

  • Staying safe

  • Use small/large equipment




Literacy (R&W):

  • Use water to make marks

  • Find information from books




Mathematics:

  • Measuring

  • Weighing

  • Mathematical language: more/less, heavy/light, big/small, long/short etc.

  • Use mathematical ideas and thinking to solve problems

  • Estimating

Understanding the World:

  • Investigate and experiment using objects/materials

  • Question why things happen and how things work

  • Explore patterns and change, differences & similarities

Expressive Arts & Design:

  • Investigate objects/materials

  • Use all their senses to explore

  • Question why things happen and how things work

  • Explore patterns and change

  • Differences/similarities

Vocabulary:

Wet, damp, soaking, flow, dripping, absorbing, mix, stir, pour/ing, measure, float, sink, change, wash, rinse, clean, splish, splash, slosh, waterfall, fountain, flow



Principles into Practice (Adults Role)

Unique Child:

- Individual interests

- Language development

- Imagination/creativity

- Exploration & discoveries


Positive Relationships:

- Sharing & taking turns

- Collaborating in a group

- Play co-operatively

- Listen and respond to each other

- Respecting each others space




Enabling Environments:

- Access for all children.

- Appropriate

resources/enhancements

- Boundaries – re safety/space

- Provide opportunities for children to

add resources from other areas i.e.:

small world, construction,

mathematics


Learning & Development:

  • Activities and resources offered along with sustained shared thinking across all areas of the EYFS will ensure that all children progress in their learning and development

Playing & Exploring


Active Learning

Creating & Thinking Critically

- Show curiosity

- Choose on Resources

- Using senses to explore

- Engaging in open ended activity



- Engaging in new experiences and

learning by trial and error



challenges occur

- Show fascination



- Thinking of ideas

- Making predictions

- Monitoring activity

- Making changes/adapting

- Describing their actions




Book Corner (Reading): Continuous Provision Plan

Available Resources

Resource Enhancements

Fiction & non fiction Books: suitable for all ages/stages that reflect diversity and promote environmental awareness

Alphabet, rhyming, sound games, puzzles

Alphabet, rhyming, sound lotto

Alphabet pots

Magnetic boards + letters

Story board + resources

Listening centre: story tapes, sound games

Home made books: visits, events, book making

Photographs, postcards

Letters and sounds phonics provision, activities

Name board, badges

Rhyming books, books showing different forms of writing (English and foreign languages)

Books in all areas + outdoors, books linked to themes

Books, leaflets to support role play area

Posters, labels, signs, photos

Computer, telephones

Puppets, soft toys

Visits from librarian

Library visits


Planned Experiences

Provide a comfortable, welcoming area where children like to go and look at books

For children to explore pictures and text in all areas of the setting

Language development – listening, responding, recalling - to understand that pictures and print carry meaning

Using emerging writing as a means of communicating and as a way to record



Early Years Foundation Stage

Personal, Social & Emotional Dev:

  • Maintain attention, sit quietly

  • Listen, respond in group situations

  • Have a developing knowledge of their own and others cultures

Communication & Language:

  • Language development & communication

skills

  • Listen to, join in with stories, rhymes

  • Learn new vocabulary

  • Explore new sounds, repeat refrains

Physical Development:

  • Handle books, turn pages

  • Use a range of equipment

Language (R&W):

  • Recognise that print carries meaning

  • Link sounds to letters

  • Enjoys a range of books

  • Look at books independently

  • Begin to read words

Mathematics:

  • Say and use number names

  • Recognise numerals

  • Begin to use and understand mathematical language/terms


Understanding the World:

  • Use listening equipment

  • Use computer to gain information

  • Explore own & different cultures

  • Ask questions

  • Find out about past/present

Expressive Arts & Design:

  • Respond to what they see/hear

  • Introduce a storyline/narrative into their play

  • Use puppets/soft toys to act out stories

  • Explore feelings

  • Use imagination

Vocabulary:

Book, page, turn, alphabet, words, cover, story, rhyme, poem, author, index, read, information, spell, letter, word


Story language: beginning, middle, end, characters, setting.
Use feeling words – sad, scared, happy, cross, use intonation


Principles into Practice

Unique Child:

  • Looking at their learning journey

  • Reading the book they choose themselves

  • Looking at homemade books with pictures of themselves in

  • Bringing photos from home to share with others

Positive Relationships:

- Listen to stories together

- Give children opportunities to tell stories

- Sharing books, photos with family/friends

- Use books that address and promote

positive behaviour and address un-

acceptable behaviour

- Use books to encourage discussion about

feelings


Enabling Environments:

  • Comfortable, welcoming book area

  • Posters, pictures, print around the environment

Learning & Development:

  • Activities and resources offered along with sustained shared thinking across all areas of the EYFS will ensure that all children progress in their learning and development

Playing & Exploring

Active Learning

Creating & Thinking Critically

  • Show curiosity whilst looking at books, listening to stories

  • Act out experiences with others

  • Show particular interests

  • Maintain focus

  • Not easily distracted

  • Pay attention to details

  • Show satisfaction

  • Think of ideas – suggest different ending to story, different characters, begin to think up own stories




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