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...Introduction Taking care of the setting and equipment is an important aspect of any educational setting. It is too easy to do all the clearing up yourself, but much more educationally sound to teach children to do it themselves. Suitable...
...What you need tracing paper (or greaseproof paper, which is cheaper) soft pencils, felt pens comics and children’s magazines simple clip art cooking oil and cotton balls paper clips cellophaneWhat you do Tracing is another traditional...
...Focus Understanding we can use technology to make movies and cartoons. Using technology we can make things move on screen.Group size Individual but children can take turns.What you need a tablet or computer with presentation software e.g...
...Introduction This whole group activity is great to do at any time, but the beginning or end of the year would affirm a group feeling.What you need An old sheet or large duvet cover, patterned or plain Fabric squares about 12cm (6 inches...
...Introduction Children will love to design their own fruit smoothies using hand blenders and juicers to create different taste combinations. In this activity children learn how to use everyday tools safely and for a purpose. Close adult...
...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 snowflake shapes of different sizes cut from coloured paper/thin card (shades of blue, purple, white) – these can be prepared in advance or cut out by the children squirty bottles of ready-made paint – white, silver, metallic...
...What you need No special equipmentWhat you do Begin with a circle. Make sure the children know how to play this game safely, not hurting themselves or others by over-enthusiastic actions. Repeat Vowel Yowl, but this time, encourage...
...Group size 5+ players per teamWhat you need Chalk to draw team lines, or any other means to show the two sides Two large baskets or dustbin liners Lots of inflated balloonsHow to play It is important to make sure that all participants...
...What you need No special equipmentWhat you do Begin with a circle. The emphasis of this activity is the rhythm that you pass around the group. Tell the children that what you pass them is very valuable and you don’t want to lose it. Now...