I can take risks, stay safe and willingly engage in new experiences.
We want our children to leave by being able to:
- Demonstrate confidence to have a go and try new things.
- Be adventurous and confident in their physical play.
- Navigate the wildwood structure and dismount safely and confidently.
- Begin to understand and use the language of consent.
- Use some strategies to access technology safely.
How will we know children can do this?
- Use outdoor equipment and environment safely, on their own.
- Use a range of media to make marks and articulate the meaning of the marks.
- Write their first name with a capital letter, and lowercase letters, with an effective pencil grip and correct formation.
- Recognise numerals 0-5, count and combine groups of objects and subitise throughout the daily routine.
- Articulate disappointment in an appropriate way.
- Suggest improvements to their outcomes.
How can parents and carers help?
- Play games to use the whole body, such as musical statues, funny dances, Chase, Hokey Cokey Song, Floor is Lava!
- Encourage your child to use and learn the words ‘yes’, ‘no’ and ‘stop’.
- Encourage your child to try new things: Tastes, climbing equipment at the park, petting an animal.
- Encourage your child to participate in tasks that help them to be healthy such as:
- daily toothbrushing
- choosing a piece of fruit or vegetable for a snack
- looking both ways when they cross the road holding an adult’s hand
- only accessing tech when an adult is supervising
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