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...Double-sided tapeShower curtainsTraysPegs and clipsFabricsStoolsBattens and cup hooksGarden canes‘Hard as Nails’ glue...
...What you need access to a light box transparent, translucent and opaque objects and papers Safety Supervise use of electrical equipment and make sure it is PAT tested. You can see through transparent objects. Translucent objects let light...
...What you need damp sand in a sand tray or shallow containers mark making tools such as rakes, cutlery, cookie cutters, pencils, sticks and twigs, playdough tools, beakers, shells, bowls, sand moulds and ropeWhat you do Preparation Let...
...What you need coloured paper dry silver or play sand spray paint (adult only!) shallow traysWhat you do Preparation Talk to the children and explain why they must let an adult use the spray can, and that it is not a toy. Cut some paper (in...
...What you need small blackboards cotton buds small cloths and sponges small plastic containers for waterWhat you do Preparation Once you have the blackboards, no preparation is necessary for this activity. Exploration Cotton bud painting can...
...What you need a shallow tray paint (not too thick); paper; scissors marbles or big round beadsWhat you do Preparation Help the children to collect the equipment you need and mix the paint. Let them choose the colours they would like to use....
...What you need a shallow tray, half filled with water marbling inks paper cut slightly smaller than the size of the trayWhat you do Preparation Talk with the children about how these inks work, and demonstrate if you think they need it. Half...
...What you need paper; paint in shallow dishes lengths of string (try different types and thicknesses)What you do Preparation Put the paint in shallow trays such as polystyrene or plastic food trays. Leave these in an accessible area together...
...What you need child friendly cameras printer; laminator (optional)What you do Preparation Teach all the children how to use the camera safely, and make it available at all times. A neck strap is advisable to avoid accidental dropping....
...What you need thickly mixed powder or poster paint in containers small brushes and sponges access to low windows (or mirrors or supervised work on glass jars or bottles)What you do Preparation Make sure the children can reach the surfaces...