Observing and Reflecting in Early Childhood Settings - Mummy Musings and Mayhem

How to write child observations, reflect and forward plan.

Strategies and guidance for early years educators and early childhood teachers in the areas of documentation, observations, forward planning and linking.

Becoming a Reflective Teacher -  "For reflective teachers, their work is an ongoing process of closely observing and studying the significance of children's unfolding activities."

NAEYC Standard Becoming a Professional -Becoming a Reflective Teacher - "For reflective teachers, their work is an ongoing process of closely observing and studying the significance of children's unfolding activities.

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Anecdotal record form half sheet

Here is an easy-to-use recording sheet for times when you want to observe your students and take an anecdotal record with notes.

Children need to play

This is a wonderful and cute description of the importance of play in a child's life. Play is so incredibly important for a child to grow and learn. A great way for a CCLS to evaluate a patient is to observe how a child plays.


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