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...Introduction Children love to spot differences. In Kim's game children are required to look really carefully, think, name and remember items and think about the sounds they can hear in names, without saying the name out loud! They also need...
...Focus To develop children's awareness of the sounds made by various instruments and objects.What you need A range of percussion instruments Thick paper or card cut into a circle shape to place instruments on A cloth to cover...
...Introduction Once children know the rules, routines and expectations of Kim's game you can vary it to teach, use and apply a range of sounds and skills. Here are some ideas you can try.What you need A range of percussion instruments...
...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....
...Introduction This version uses the structure of the Runaround game to teach a different skill; the using and applying of spelling strategies. Once children have reached Phase 5 they will need to learn when to apply specific digraphs...
...Introduction Using sprays will strengthen fingers, hands and wrists. It is fun too!What you need Some small spray bottles (make sure they are easy to squeeze and check that the trigger isn't too far away for small hands to grip and squeeze)...
...Introduction Predicting missing words is very useful way to practise listening and anticipation skills.What you need No additional resourcesHelpful hints Children need to be able to see you as they will watch you for signals!What you do...
...Introduction Knowing the names of familiar objects is a vital communication skill. Children also need to recognise their own clothing and belongings, so they can begin to look after them. This activity supports the development...
...Introduction Making and listening to sounds as you and your friends make them, is a key feature of learning to read. In this activity children experiment with different sounds by adding different objects to shakers and listening...
...Introduction This activity develops thinking skills while providing lots of opportunities for discussion and vocabulary building. Children will talk about what they can see in a very close-up photo of a common object. Children will use...