Miss G on Instagram: “Junk modelling area in my Nursery classroom ☺️ I love these continuous provision storage boxes from @earlyexcellence I know the children…”
45 Likes, 9 Comments - Miss G (@earlylearningwithmissg) on Instagram: “Junk modelling area in my Nursery classroom ☺️ I love these continuous provision storage boxes from…”
Reading Garden Book Storage - All About Gardens
Reading Garden Book Storage I wanted something slightly different to keep my books in which would al
Complete Writing Area Early Years KS1 Writing Storage & Furniture
Continuous provision for this area of learning is essential – and with this carefully curated Complete Writing Area featuring furniture and storage, you can ensure that children have the opportunities to practice and embed the vital skills they are taught as part of the formal curriculum.
Complete Dough Area 3-4yrs for Creative Maths | Early Excellence
By providing a careful selection of dough collection resources in the Complete Dough Area, children’s play will become much richer in learning. With the right resources, a dough collection can provide challenges and develop fine motor skills in young children as they handle and gain control of the tools available.
Large Complete Classroom 3-4yrs Early Years Furniture & Resources
This Large Complete Classroom 3-4yrs pack enables you to establish 16 areas of provision including Water, Wet Sand, Dough, Workshop, Art, Woodwork, Transient Art, Maths, Mark Making, Book and Puppet, Block, Small World, Small Construction, Domestic Role Play, Role Play Real Life and Themed Role Play.
Should year 1 children still have continuous provision and Learning Through Play in KS1?
Continuous provision in year 1 : Should year 1 children still have continuous provision - learning through play - as they move into year 1, year 2 and Key Stage 1 (KS1)? This post is a version of my research dissertation looking at the benefits of play based learning and concluding from evidence, why children should still have continuous provision and play opportunities higher up in the school and Teachers should still be planning for continuous provision in year 1 and KS1.