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...Puppets which reflect the weather conditions outside are easy to make and fun to use in any early years setting. You can explore what it is like to be a raindrop or a cloud, move a puppet like the wind, have a conversation between thunder...
...Introduction Use a story the children have been reading to learn more about different places. Children design and create their own map for the character to move through on a programmable device or robot. They can use felt-tip pens, paint...
...What you need Try these suggestions but allow the children to have their own individual ideas as well; this is all part of the creative process. rolls of paper, e.g. lining paper or wallpaper large flat sheets of paper: lining paper cut...
...Introduction This activity is a great opportunity to talk to children about the weather. As the children work, encourage them to think about what clouds are, what the look like and even what they do. Talk about what happens when it rains...
...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...
...Introduction In this activity children fill balloons with water to create large ice cubes. The children will have the opportunity to observe how the liquid changes state when it transforms from water into ice. They will also get a clear...
...Focus Sorting, counting, addition and reasoning.What you need Adult and baby small world farm animals in different sizes, colours and breeds Squares of fabric, carpet or turf Small boxes and fences Plants, twigs, pebbles, mossWhat you do...
...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 shallow lids from yoghurt and margarine tubs scissors, wool or thin string greenery – holly, evergreeen leaves, berries, sticks and twigs from the garden (or a practitioner’s garden!). waterWhat you do Snip the greenery to fit...
...Finding Snails Snails are easy to catch and easy for the children to observe because they move slowly. Different species of snail have interesting and attractive shells. They spiral in different directions, clockwise or anticlockwise...