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...Introduction Work with the children to investigate shadows using an overhead projector. Look at the size and shape of shadows formed.What you need Overhead projector A blank wall surface to project on Everyday objects from the setting, e.g....
...Introduction Children love to experiment and investigate changes in everyday objects. In this activity the children experiment with melting and cooling everyday ingredients. Children can think of their own experiments and make predictions...
...Introduction This is a simple highly versatile activity that gets the children moving and really listening. Children have to listen to and identify sounds in different words by moving around the room to the correct grapheme or digraph card....
...Focus: Matching and sorting shapes  Steps along the way Matching identical regular shapes. Matching identical irregular shapes. Matching, selecting and naming circle, square, triangle. Posting shapes. Sorting by shape. Finding shapes...
...Focus Counting, predicting, recording and being willing to ‘have a go’.What you need Magic beans: in your preparation beforehand, spread 500g of dried white butter beans on newspaper, outdoors, away from the children. Spray one side...
...What are they learning? Growth, one of the seven life processes that are common to all living things, both plants and animals. These are nutrition, movement, growth, respiration, reproduction, senses and excretion.Context Looking at how...
...Introduction Digital newsletters are a great way to promote parent/carer engagement in their child's learning. Create digital newsletters to inform parents/carers about what is happening in the setting, including children's points of view....
...What are they learning? Finding out how sounds travel in waves through the airWhat you need water trays pebbles or small stones shallow sand trays Slinky or long stretchy spring paper and pensWhat you do Gather a small group of children...
...Introduction Celebrate Easter by creating patterned eggs for the children to treasure. In this activity the children will have to follow instructions, observe the process that is taking place and also see how heat can produce a permanent...
...What you need different sized funnels, plastic and silicone if obtainable string/washing line dried peas, marbles or sweetsWhat you do Explore and talk Invite children to explore the different funnels, observe listen and note what they do....