Areas of Learning and Development & EYFS

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We Help You To Deliver The Statutory Framework For The Early Years Foundation

Play underpins learning. Play with Purpose! Through creative play and active learning we can shape your toddler’s foundation for learning!


Prime Areas of Learning and Development

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • Making relationships
  • Self-confidence and self-awareness
  • Managing feelings and behaviour
Together, Me and You


There are lots of opportunities for toddlers to explore working collaboratively with each other or with parents. Whether it be Big Art, parachute play, circle time or problem solving. We help develop their sense of self and sensitivity to the needs of others.


Physical Development

  • Moving and handling
  • Health and self-care

Fiddle, Poke, Pinch and Grasp


Your toddler is developing their fine motor skills. These involve the use of small muscles in the hands and fingers. We provide an array of tools, materials and fiddly activities for toddlers to improve the strength and co-ordination of these muscles. Good fine motor skills developed in infancy and toddler-hood are built upon paving the way for mastering ‘school tools’ efficiently, for example providing a solid pen or pencil grasp.


Communication and Language

  • Listening and attention
  • Understanding
  • Speaking

Talk, Laugh and Sing- Toddler’s Need to Hear Language


Children who get exposed to more words in the first few years of life go on to have better reading ability in later childhood, bigger vocabularies and a solid basis for later communication.

Parents are encouraged to support and play with their babies by describing, explaining and questioning. Workshops incorporate story time, singing, and playing of instruments. Music introduces children to words, helps them learn rhythm, sequences, spatial and math skills.


Specific Areas of Learning and Development

Understanding The World

Science is at the core of Tiny Adventure. Children are natural experimenters. We provide exciting and unique opportunities to explore how the world works. We make learning Science accessible and fun!


Expressive Arts

Each session includes time for free expression and experimentation with a wide range of materials, tools and techniques, including some Big Art activities. Every session ends with percussion, singing, ribbon or tap dancing.



Numeracy is supported by providing stacks of opportunities to count, recognize numbers and patterns, and to explore measures such as shape, size, volume, weight, distance and speed.



Children make marks in flour, sand or salt and have fun with alphabet themed activities. They are given lots of opportunities to listen to, recall and re-enact stories, poems and nursery rhymes.


Physical Development

Activities are designed to challenge and develop fine motor skills. We provide an ever changing supply of materials and tools to strengthen and develop co-ordination of the fingers and toes.


Examples themes are



The Ocean

Farm Yard


The Senses


Nursery Rhymes


Pivots and Levers

Launch It



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