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planning schedule for making a baby's toy

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Date/Timing Task How I will achieve this Achieved on / notes 5/3/07 In the double lesson Plan task Write introduction Research child development, sensory development I will achieve this by planning my introduction and researching the sensory development of a baby and write my introduction and sensory development on a computer I managed to finish this task on the 5th and 6th of march 8/3/07 In the single lesson Investigate what is a mobile? ...read more.

Middle

I will achieve this by using a computer to research information and/or look in a information book then type my information up on a computer This task was completed on the 8th of march 2007 19/3/07 In the double lesson Begin to plan everything I need I will achieve this by sorting out all of my work and putting it in ...read more.

Conclusion

it up also using a computer I did this task on the 26th and 27th of march 2007 16/4/07 In the double lesson Make a resource list and front cover I will achieve this by using a computer to make and finish my resource list and front cover I managed to do this on the 15th and 16th of April 2007 ...read more.

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