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...Involve your colleagues Talking with colleagues is one of the best ways to get over the worry of other adults witnessing your storytelling. You could usefully discuss questions such as what should go on in storytime and how to manage...
...Introduction Seeing the letter and saying the sound is a key feature of phase two of letters and sounds in the EYFS. Developing this skill is a vital part of learning to read. The games on this page allow children to practise making...
...Introduction Puppets are a great tool in Early Years settings. They encourage less confident children to contribute to activities; provide another focus for children's eyes and attention and give clues that can help children to learn...
...Introduction Speaking slowly in a ‘robot voice’ and spelling out every sound in a word is a great way to help pronunciation. The activities on this page will help children to recognise the different sounds in words, which will help...
...Introduction Listening in a big, open space, where there are often other distractions, can be difficult for children and requires different listening skills. Help children to develop and practise these skills in this activity.What you need...
...Introduction Make your own instruments using a wide range of resources. Allow children to discover how different objects make different sounds and experiment making their own instruments. Below is a list of ideas of different instruments...
...What you need space to stand and move around freelyWhat you do Ask the children to stand in a space. Make sure there is plenty of room to move around. Warm up by familiarising yourselves with parts of the body. Can you touch your head? Your...
...Introduction Make some rhyming bags with pairs of objects and pictures.What you need A drawstring bag (fabric drawstring bags are really useful but a plastic or even a paper bag will do, although it won't last as long) A collection...
...Introduction Phonic baskets are easy and cheap to put together and can be used for lots of different activities in Early Years settings. They are particularly beneficial for young, active children who learn better from physically handling...
...Introduction These songs are great favourites with young children, particular those who enjoy being the centre of attention in songs and stories.What you need No additional resourcesHelpful hints It's important to begin singing slowly until...