- Do they have a go at something new without feeling threatened?
- Do they have a go at something even though it prove hard at first?
- Are they prepared to ask for help if it sensible to do so?
- Can they tell when someone is feeling sad?
- Do they know that talking to someone about an issue can really help them?
- Can they think of their own ideas once given a starting point?
- Can they play, observe and experiment to find things out?
- Are they prepared to have a go at something new?
- Do they frequently use imagination in their role play?
- Are they quick to ask for help if it is sensible to do so?
- Can they tell others why they enjoy a task?
- Do they use all their senses to gather information about what is being investigated?
- Can they ask sensible questions about their learning?
- Do they offer an opinion about an issue and explain why they feel as they do?
- Do they show curiosity about new things?
- Do they use ‘how’ and ‘why’ when trying to find things out?
- Do they give careful consideration to the resources they need for a given task?
- Are they able to set themselves a target or a goal?
- Do they reflect on what they are able to do well?
- Are they able to tell someone about what they have learnt?
- Will they have a go at something different after realising their initial idea didn’t work?
- Do they respond when they know someone is feeling sad?
- Do they recognise when they need to talk to someone about a concern they have and this can be helpful to them?
- Are they prepared to listen to someone else’s point of view in a dispute?
- Do they listen carefully to instructions and follow them?
- Do they work productively as part of a small group, taking turns?
- Do they engage in collaborative tasks?
- Are they prepared to listen to the ideas of others without interrupting them?
- Are they happy to share ideas with others?