fine motor - gross motor - dexterity - skills
- strength - muscles - growth - milestones
out to play and learn - BAECE
- learning starts from the first day
Toddlers and very
early learning - BAECE
|Physical development's early learning
Moving and handling:
good control and co-ordination in large and small movements.
move confidently in a range of ways, safely negotiating
handle equipment and tools effectively, including pencils
know the importance for good health of physical
exercise, and a healthy diet, and talk
about ways to keep healthy and safe.
manage their own basic hygiene and personal needs successfully,
including dressing and
going to the toilet independently.
Helping children with their behaviour poster - BAECE
children cope with change poster: BAECE & forum types of transitions
Storybooks - transitions,
Rule setting and boundary making - Blog post of TeacherTom
|Personal, social and emotional ealry
Self-confidence and self-awareness:
Children are confident to try new activities,
and say why they like some activities more than
They are confident to speak in a familiar
group, will talk about their ideas, and will choose
resources they need for their chosen activities.
They say when they do or don’t need
feelings and behaviour:
Children talk about how they and others
show feelings, talk about their own and others’ behaviour,
and its consequences, and know that some behaviour
They work as part of a group or class,
and understand and follow the rules.
They adjust their behaviour to different
situations, and take changes of routine in their
Children play co-operatively, taking
turns with others.
They take account of one another’s
ideas about how to organise their activity.
They show sensitivity to others’ needs
and feelings, and form positive relationships with
and other children.
non verbal - speech, body language,
Making their mark - children's early writing poster -BAECE
answers poster - BAECE
CYPW Diploma level 3 EYMP 5 talkingpoint.org.uk
Factsheets for unlocking
speech & language - AFASIC.org.uk
|Communication and language early learning goals
listen attentively in a range of situations.
listen to stories, accurately anticipating key events
and respond to what they hear with
relevant comments, questions or actions.
give their attention to what others say and respond
appropriately, while engaged in another
follow instructions involving several ideas or
answer ‘how’ and ‘why’ questions about their experiences
and in response to stories or
express themselves effectively, showing awareness
of listeners’ needs.
use past, present and future forms accurately when
talking about events that have happened
or are to happen in the future.
develop their own narratives and explanations by
connecting ideas or events.
Road to reading poster - BAECE
Early literacy handbook by Dr.
Dominic Wyse & free report that
See how you use these words when speaking with
CCLD sounds and Letters list - high frequency
words to share through dialogue, conversations,
debate, discussion and text based resources.
|Literacy early learning goals
read and understand simple sentences.
use phonic knowledge to decode regular words and
read them aloud accurately.
also read some common irregular words.
demonstrate understanding when talking with others
about what they have read.
Children use their phonic
knowledge to write words in ways which match their spoken
also write some irregular common words.
write simple sentences which can be read by themselves
words are spelt correctly and others are phonetically
is everywhere poster - BAECE
Early mathmatical activitiy ideas - Nrich
activities to support problem solving:
cafe - sand tray - train track - nature sort - different shoes
Math & numeracy magazines
for early years
Activities for math & Number line
resources on silkysteps
Graphicacy on Children's mathmatics.net
Providing opportunities for math - betterkidcare.psu.edu
|Math early learning goals
count reliably with numbers from 1 to 20, place
them in order and say which number is
one more or one less than a given number.
quantities and objects, they add and subtract two single-digit
numbers and count on or back to
find the answer.
solve problems, including doubling, halving and sharing.
Shape, space and
use everyday language to talk about size, weight,
capacity, position, distance, time and
money to compare quantities and objects and
to solve problems.
recognise, create and describe patterns.
explore characteristics of everyday objects and shapes
and use mathematical language to
Children as artists poster - BAECE
Activities by age -
discover art, design and creativity in everything
Types of play and stages of play
Stanley's Stick storybook on amazon.co.uk
|Art & Design early learning goals
Exploring and using media and materials:
sing songs, make music and dance, and experiment
with ways of changing them.
safely use and explore a variety of materials, tools
and techniques, experimenting with
colour, design, texture, form and function.
use what they have learnt about media and materials
in original ways, thinking about
uses and purposes.
represent their own ideas, thoughts and feelings through
design and technology, art, music,
dance, role-play and stories.
in EYs eBook contains creative
activity ideas & articles
Science all round poster - BAECE
10 things I can do to help my world - Melanie
dates for event planning
theW early learning goals
talk about past and present events in their own
lives and in the lives of family members.
know that other children don’t always enjoy the same
things, and are sensitive to this.
know about similarities and differences between themselves
and others, and among
families, communities and traditions.
know about similarities and differences in relation
to places, objects, materials and living
talk about the features of their own immediate environment
and how environments might vary
from one another.
make observations of animals and plants and explain
why some things occur, and talk about
recognise that a range of technology is used in
places such as homes and schools.
select and use technology for particular purposes.