Early years foundation stage areas of development (7)

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Early years foundation stage areas of development (7) by Mind Map: Early years foundation stage areas  of development (7)

1. PRIME AREAS OF LEARNING (3)

1.1. 1. PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND EMOCIONAL DEVELOPMENT

1.1.1. MAKING RELATIONSHIPS

1.1.1.1. play with children

1.1.1.2. share

1.1.1.3. resolve conflits

1.1.1.4. able to respond what other children are saying

1.1.2. SELF- CONFIDENCE AND SELF AWARENES

1.1.2.1. start choosing activities themselves

1.1.2.2. ask for help

1.1.2.3. confident to speak in familiar group

1.1.3. MANAGING FEELINGS AND BEHAVIOR

1.1.3.1. talk about their feelings

1.1.3.2. understand the feelings of others

1.1.3.3. verbalize emotions

1.1.3.4. control emotions

1.2. 2. COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE

1.2.1. LISTENING AND ATTENTION

1.2.1.1. maintain activity for a long period of time

1.2.1.2. doing sth and listening or talking at the same time

1.2.1.3. listen to stories

1.2.1.4. ask/ answer questions

1.2.2. SPEAKING

1.2.2.1. answer how and why questions about sth the seen or heard

1.2.2.2. vocabulary (new topic, new things

1.2.2.3. roleplay

1.2.2.4. use language to explore imagination

1.2.3. UNDERSTANDING

1.2.3.1. understand what is happening in the story

1.2.3.2. understand instruction

1.2.3.3. use the toilette by themselves

1.2.3.4. follow a story with or without pictures and props

1.3. 3. PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

1.3.1. MOVING AND HANDLING

1.3.1.1. GROSS MOTOR SKILLS

1.3.1.1.1. walk

1.3.1.1.2. climb

1.3.1.1.3. run

1.3.1.2. FINE MOTOR SKILLS

1.3.1.2.1. write

1.3.1.2.2. use scissors

1.3.1.2.3. elastic band

1.3.1.2.4. use a paintbrush

1.3.2. HEALTH AND SELFCARE

1.3.2.1. washing their hands

1.3.2.2. dress by themselves

1.3.2.3. do their buttons or shoelaces

2. SPECIFIC AREAS OF LEARNNG (4)

2.1. 1. LITERACY

2.1.1. reading

2.1.2. writing

2.2. 2. MATEMATICS

2.2.1. number

2.2.2. shape space

2.2.3. measure

2.3. 3. UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD

2.3.1. PEOPLE AND COMMUNITIES

2.3.1.1. traditions

2.3.1.2. family

2.3.1.3. environment

2.3.2. TECHNOLOGY

2.3.2.1. using buttons

2.3.2.2. using switches

2.3.2.3. remote control

2.3.3. WORLD

2.3.3.1. plants

2.3.3.2. animals

2.3.3.3. differences/ similarities

2.4. 4. EXPRESSIVE ARTS AND DESIGN

2.4.1. EXPLORING AND USING MEDIA AND MATERIALS

2.4.1.1. painting

2.4.1.2. coloring

2.4.1.3. playdough

2.4.2. BEING IMAGINATIVE

2.4.2.1. role playing

2.4.2.2. create representations of different people, places and things