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EYFS principle 4.4 card: Areas of learning and development – Creative development

The colour version of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) card giving first-level information on the areas of learning and development. Basic information is provided on creative development area of learning and development, its aspects, what it means to children and how settings can effectively implement this area of learning and development. This card is also available in black and white.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

EYFS principle 4.4 card: Areas of learning and development – Creative development (black and white version)

The black and white version of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) card giving first-level information on the areas of learning and development. Basic information is provided on creative development area of learning and development, its aspects, what it means to children and how settings can effectively implement this area of learning and development.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

EYFS resources: Guidance to creative development at Foundation Stage

Curriculum guidance for Foundation Stage practitioners regarding the creative development programme. Focuses on the development of one aspect of creativity, painting and mark making. Explores the development of children’s creative skills across the birth to six age range. The children are supported in their learning by a range of practitioners.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

EYFS principle 4.3 card: Learning and development – Creativity and critical thinking (black and white version)

The black and white version of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) card giving first-level information on the theme, learning and development, its principle and commitments. Basic information is provided on the importance of giving children the opportunities to play with ideas in different situations and with a variety of resources. This will help in providing new and better understandings of doing things.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

EYFS principle 4.3 card: Learning and development – Creativity and critical thinking

The colour version of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) card giving first-level information on the theme, learning and development, its principle and commitments. Basic information is provided on the importance of giving children the opportunities to play with ideas in different situations and with a variety of resources. This will help in providing new and better understandings of how to do things. This card is also available in black and white.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Video: Working with clay

Early Years practitioners can see how a child explores independently in a nursery setting. This is one of three videos that illustrate the principles and practice of Creative Development within Learning and Development. It is part of the Early Years ...

How keeping safe relates to learning and development

This breakdown of the elements of learning and development shows you how keeping children safe in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is important in supporting and encouraging children's literacy and numeracy, their understanding of the world, and ...

EYFS and EYFSP

The Early Years Foundation Stage identifies the central importance of creativity and critical thinking in early learning and development. Find out how practitioners working with young children are less likely to be supporting children in making ...

4.3 Creativity and critical thinking

Improve your understanding of creativity and critical thinking in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). This focus area is structured to help you plan, deliver and monitor your support with clear development pathways and definitions.

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Creative development

The information presented here will help you understand what creative development in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) involves and what it means for children. This can help you support children as they explore media and materials, match movements ...