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...Introduction This activity is about self-assurance and confidence in the use of a tool for cutting. It's not about accurate cutting out.What you need Child's scissors (i.e. ‘safe’ scissors with rounded ends) Plenty of scrap paper (junk...
...What you need small sticks and twigs; string, raffia or elastic bands white tissue paper very liquid white glue and brushes flowers, petals, leaves and grass Thanks to Slough Centre Day Nursery, where I saw this idea.What you do Tie three...
...Introduction These activities recognise how our children are inspired and motivated to learn, and to then use this information to create exciting and purposeful opportunities for them to mark make and eventually write. They are activities...
...Introduction Making their own letters adds another dimension to learning about sounds. It enables children to feel the shapes of the letters as they make them, which will help with early writing.What you need Salt dough or clay Craft boards...
...Introduction Not only is finger painting great fun for children, but it also helps children to isolate single fingers, particularly their index or first finger, which will help with early writing skills. Using hands and fingers to feel...
...Introduction This activity allows children to design their own vehicle and watch it come to life using the Quiver app.What you need A WiFi connected device with Quiver and PicKids apps installed (available on the App Store, Google Play...
...What you need old gloves and socks (a great use for those odd items in the Lost Property Box or the Laundry Basket!) felt pens, glue wool for hair fabric and felt piecesWhat you do Ask parents to donate odd socks to increase the variety...
...Introduction These activities recognise how our children are inspired and motivated to learn, and to then use this information to create exciting and purposeful opportunities for them to mark make and eventually write. They are activities...
...Introduction Singing supports learning to speak, listen, read and write. They are the way children experiment with the words they know and get a feeling for rhythm and alliteration. Sing in the garden, on walks and visits, while waiting...
...What you need a painting easel or a big board a sheet of white card a clear book covering film (sticky backed) thick felt pensWhat you do Draw an outline of the days of the week (see below). Cover the outline with sticky backed film. Pin...