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...Introduction Encourage children to work collaboratively to create slideshows displaying photographs of what they have been learning in the setting. This is a great way for children to share about a book they have read, things they have made...
...What are they learning? Attention skills through mark makingWhat you need selection of mark making objects selection of paper – different sizes, colours, textures envelopes and labels used stamps (or make your own on the computer!)Keywords...
...What you need wool or embroidery threads safe needles with big eyes polystyrene packing materials – ‘wiggles’, chips, tubes or squares – bio-degradable ones are more environmentally friendly. as they dissolve in water when you have finished...
...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...
...In the writing area Provide chalks and boards for the children to make signs to put up in the setting. Use a whiteboard, a plastic lid or laminated card for temporary signs. Offer some big felt pens. Put some circular and triangular pieces...
...These will all help the children with ideas for writing and mark-making....
...What you need pairs of shoes paper felt pens scissors Blu-tack, masking tape a mirrorHelpful hints Encourage the children to draw around each other’s shoes as this might make it easier for them to balanceWhat you do Talk about the different...
...In the writing area Put a phone or two in the writing area. Model how to answer a phone, talk about the sequences, let the children practise. Then model how to make an appointment and take a message. Provide message pads and jotters...
...In the writing area Work on the book with groups of children at a time – you may have several books on the go at once. Use large sheets of card or sugar paper folded in half for the pages. You could use a stapler to fix them or a big needle...