Worms Eye-View: HOW I DO MY PLANNING TO MEET THE EYFS. detailed guide of long, medium and short term plans and how they link.

Worms Eye-View: HOW I DO MY PLANNING TO MEET THE EYFS. detailed guide of long, medium and short term plans and how they link.

Here's our Objective Led Planning, inspired by www.abcdoes.com. It's the best way to do Early Years planning that we've found so far. What do you think? P.S. We also amused ourselves with the names in the groups - see who you can find! Check out our website for a video that explains it in more detail: http://www.aceearlyyears.com/planning.html

At Ace Early Years we have been lucky enough to be given the freedom to explore and develop our planning over several years.

blog post about #objectiveledplanning #abcdoes #planninginEYFS #eyfs

With objective led planning you would still group the children by ability based on assessment. Rather than having 'red group', 'blue group' etc for CLLD, PSRN etc.

Another example of objective led planning

Adult Directed verses Child Initiated

For your direct teaching sessions you would differentiate your objective over 3 broad levels or more and direct your questioning to children based on their ability level.

At Ace Early Years we have been lucky enough to be given the freedom to explore and develop our planning over several years.

An Ace Guide to Objective Led Planning We're often asked about our planning so we've made a video about Objective Led Planning, what it looks like and how we run it. #eyfsplanning #olp #objectiveledplanning #aceearlyyears

A video guide to Objective Led Planning. Find out why we use OLP, how we plan and organise it and how that looks in the classroom.

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