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...Starter activities Have a dinosaur-themed sensory play session by whizzing red food colouring, washing up liquid and a little water in a blender to create foam lava. Add this to your water table or sand tray, along with a large conical...
...Focus Understanding we can use technology to find information. Using a QR code to access a website.What you need A sand pit or sand tray Spades and digging implements A mobile device with a QR reader app Wi-Fi Dinosaur Dig printables cut...
...What are they learning? Measures – capacity; finding out and exploringWhat you need Water tray A selection of plastic dinosaurs (or other sorting objects) Tea strainers and small sieves Small plastic cups, spoons, egg-cupsWhat you do...
...What you need Recorded music or access to YouTube – see ‘Songs and music’ Drums, tambours or tambourinesWhat you do Music makers Sing this song to the tune of ‘The Grand old Duke of York’: Oh the great big dinosaur, He moved along...
...What you need large plastic dinosaurs small world dinosaurs paper cups sand Plaster of Paris a camera/camcorder a tuff spot toothbrushes small paint/glue/make-up brushes magnifying glassesWhat you do In advance, fill the paper cups about...
...What you need the book a small stage mat or carpet square dancing musicWhat you do Sit in a circle and experiment with dinosaur sounds. Pass a ‘roar’ around the ring. Try starting quiet and growing louder and then quieter again...
...What you need plastic dinosaurs sand stones gravel a shallow container of water for a lake trees card, stiff plastic etc. to support caves ‘bones’ made from plastic, polystyrene or baked dough ‘fossils’ made by pressing objects...
...What you need Small group of children a variety of books about dinosaurs aprons one large rectangular-shaped cardboard box, about one metre in length (body) five long cardboard tubes (legs and neck) cardboard cut into triangles (teeth...
...What you need A range of percussion instrumentsBefore you start Practise making a loud sound and then stopping: Ask the children to ‘roar like a dinosaur’. Ask them to stop as soon as you hold up your hand. Practise this execise until all...
...Focus A turn taking guessing game.What you need ‘Ten terrible dinosaurs’ by Paul Stickland; Ragged Bears ten small dinosaurs box or cup big enough to hold all the dinosaursKeywords many few fewer several lots next more less handful guess...