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...Introduction Children love stories. They love listening to stories told or read by adults and looking at books independently. They also love creating their own stories and narratives. This activity allows children's own stories...
...Introduction Children love being outdoors and collecting natural objects, especially as the seasons change. This activity uses found natural treasures in a way that harnesses young children's imagination and creativity, as well...
...What are they learning? become familiar with descriptive language; recognise words that have the job of describing things; create a poem that uses describing words. Adjectives are words that describe things. I am blue. I am pointy. I am...
...What you need a large soft ball a large space where the children can comfortably sit (or stand) in a circleKeywords feelings share friends friendship pass it on take turns listenWhat you do Invite the children to sit in a circle, using one...
...What you need a large space outdoors paper pencil crayons and felt tipsKeywords day seven days week collect drawBefore you start Talk with the children about the activities they do in their week. You could ask parents or carers to note down...
...The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe There was an old woman Who lived in a shoe, She had so many children, She didn’t know what to do. She gave them some soup, Without any bread, She kissed them all soundly, And put them to bed.Hickory Dickory...
...What you need a display table leaves and twigs a vase of flowers pebbles and stones shells interesting fabricPreparation Collect interesting objects for your table. These can be man-made or natural objects. Choose a variety of things...
...Rock a Bye Baby Rock a bye baby, On the tree top, When the wind blows, The cradle will rock. When the bough breaks, The cradle will fall Down will come baby, Cradle and all. Hush a bye baby, Your cradle is green, Father’s a nobleman...
...What you need sugar paper or cork board drawing pins sticky-tack photographs magazines (home decoration and gardening magazines are particularly good) leaflets scissorsPreparation Collect sources of interesting images. Look for scenes...
...What you need space for the children to sit in a circle a ‘treasure chest’ or special boxKeywords treasure chest/box listen pass it on take turns be careful objects specialWhat you do Introduce this activity by bringing something of your...