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...Starter activities Transform your area into a beach! Set up a parasol and lay out beach towels, sun hats, sunglasses, beach balls, empty sunscreen bottles and body boards. Create a rock pool in a paddling pool by adding rocks, seaweed...
...Introduction Help develop children's understanding of expression and encourage their enjoyment and love of stories. Use a digital recording device to record children reading or telling their favourite stories. They will enjoy listening...
...Introduction Children love displaying their art work in their setting or house. Turn their art work into true works of art by creating your own digital gallery. Invite parents and other adults into the setting to walk around, look...
...Introduction This activity is an opportunity for the children to explore their creativity, engage in some colour mixing and see an example of cause, change and effect. Children will love wearing something they have made, too.What you need...
...Starter activities Fill your water table with water coloured green, and add white or black water beads for a frogspawn effect. Cut lily pads out of green craft foam sheets and add small-world pond-life, plastic fish tank plants...
...Introduction Children love music and it can stimulate a lot of different emotions. Here the children work on creating their own radio channel. They can have a go at being presenters and singing own songs to play to children and parents...
...Starter activities Try a bird's nest role-play activity as part of a Spring or Easter theme. Create the nest using chunky cushions or boxes, and cover with a brown sheet. Give the children bird-beak masks and set out boxes full of straw...
...Introduction In this activity children use tools to take apart technology to see how it works.Focus Investigating what is inside a computer and computer equipment.What you need Old computer appliances, e.g. keyboards, mouse that can...
...What you need a selection of poetry books with illustrations a notebook a large scrapbook glue writing materials plain paper shiny materials for decorating (sequins, ribbons, glitter, foil shapes etc.) a computer with printerPreparation...
...What you need plastic bottles – empty, clean and dry. Try to get those with brightly coloured tops the actual items needed for the bottles will depend on what the children suggest. You could offer buttons and confetti circles with smiles...