hanks to abc.com for the idea. On a Friday afternoon all of the adults that work across reception meet for a Feeding Forward meeting. Using the observations, assessments, photos and work from the previous week we complete the sheet to create a basis for our short term planning. We are careful to keep our focus on the skills that we have identified need working on and not to create activities that might be interesting but do not move the children's learning forward.
It might be "old school", but what kid doesn't like drawing on a blackboard. And when they are finished, give them a bucket of water and a paintbrush to wash it off again ready for next time. We've got lots of other ideas for kids on our main site. http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/ideas-for-kids/
When you start to recovering from narcissist abuse, you will change. You might freak everyone out. People who are used to the "old you" may be caught off guard. It allows you to set up boundaries and let others hold their own pain and anxiety instead of you taking it on for them. You become more assertive and confident. Allow this to happen. The dust will settle and everyone will adjust.