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...What they are learning In Personal, Social & Emotional Development to continue to be interested, excited and motivated to learn In Communication, Language & Literacy to interact with others, negotiating plans & activities to extend...
...What you need Squirty paints Roll of bubble wrap Painting aprons White paperWhat you do Talk about Holi, the ‘festival of colours’, with the children. There are lots of great resources with easily accessible information and useful images...
...What you need books about Christenings Christening gowns, cards, presents photographs of Christenings books and stories about babies from a variety of backgrounds, races and culturesKeywords birth Christening gown font celebration special...
...Introduction The month of Ramadan is an important time in the Muslim calendar. Celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the ‘breaking of the fast’, at the end of the month of Ramadan, by cooking and sharing some vegetable samosas with the children at your...
...What are they learning? Celebrate your own or someone else’s birthday by making or decorating cakes. If the children are going to eat food used for this activity, use a special ‘for food’ Tuff Spot. Don't use this special Tuff Spot...
...What you need Information about children's families Family tree template – a big, leafy tree with white stickers to add for family members Baby photos of children and staffWhat you do Talk to children about their families. How many people...
...What you need Home area/ role play area Food and drink related play equipmentBefore you start Set up a ‘house’ area in your role play area. Ensure that an assortment of food and drink play equipment is available.What you do 1. Discuss...
...Helpful hints ‘Keeping in touch’ could link with: ‘Everyone’s special day’, ‘On holiday’ or ‘In our street’ and links to topics on ‘Around the world communication’.Keywords letter postcard stamp telephone map globe address country far near...
...Poetry and song is something that people of all ages, and from all communities, enjoy. Young and old alike can benefit from sharing rhymes and enjoying each other’s company.See if you can visit a local home for the elderly, or a day...
...What are they learning? Become familiar with the concept of having a regular mealtime routine. This activity works best when carried out in very small groups, in order to offer the children plenty of support, depending on how old...