Positive approaches to learning and finding out about the world around them.
Confidence in themselves and their ability to do things,and valuing their own achievements.
Their ability to dress and undress themselves,and look after their personal hygiene needs.
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Communication, Language and Literacy
Problem solving, reasoning and numeracy
Knowledge and Understanding The World
Conversation skills with one other person,in small groups and in large groups to talk with and listen to others
Their ability to get on,work and make friendships with other people,both adults and children
Their vocabulary by learning the meaning of - and being able to use - new words
Knowledge about the natural world and how it works
Knowledge on the made world and how it performers
Their learning about computers, how to use them and what they can do to help us
Their learning about their own and other cultures.
Increasing control over the large movements that can make with their arms, legs and bodies, so that they can run, jump, hop, skip, roll, climb, balance and lift.
Their understanding about the importance of,and how to look after their bodies.
The use of paint materials, music, dance, words, stories and role-play can be used to express ideas and feelings.
Develop understanding and ideas about how many, how much,how far, and how big
Develop understanding and ideas about patterns, the shape of objects and parts of objects, and the amount of space taken up by objects
Develop understanding of ideas about how to use counting to find out how many
Develop early ideas about the result of adding more or taking away from the amount we already have.
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