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...Starter activities Transform your area into a beach! Set up a parasol and lay out beach towels, sun hats, sunglasses, beach balls, empty sunscreen bottles and body boards. Create a rock pool in a paddling pool by adding rocks, seaweed...
...Starter activities Introduce the Diwali festival to the children. Read Diwali themed picture books such as Diwali by Roger Priddy. Set up a Rangoli craft activity by printing out Diwali Rangoli pattern outlines onto card. The children can...
...Starter activities Try a bird's nest role-play activity as part of a Spring or Easter theme. Create the nest using chunky cushions or boxes, and cover with a brown sheet. Give the children bird-beak masks and set out boxes full of straw...
...Starter activities Set up your role-play area with a Chinese New Year theme. Decorate the area with red and gold fabrics, hanging lanterns and dragons, floor mats, floor cushions, fans and costumes. Look at China on a globe, show...
...Introduction Making simple snacks is a very enjoyable activity for young children, and it's surprising what they can do if they are given a chance to be independent. Of course they need supervision and smaller tools.What you need bread...
...What are they learning? Getting to know the Eatwell Plate and its five food groups. Learning that we need a variety of foods to be healthy. Key Skills: Sorting and organising foods into different food groups.What you need A large Eatwell...
...Starter activities Transform your role-play area into an Indian take-away kitchen with a cardboard box oven, pans, cooking utensils, a large foil circular disposable tray to use as a chapatti griddle, a spice box, pulse containers...
...Starter activities Fill your water table with water coloured green, and add white or black water beads for a frogspawn effect. Cut lily pads out of green craft foam sheets and add small-world pond-life, plastic fish tank plants...
...What are they learning? A fun familiarisation activity to develop confidence with handling unfamiliar fruits. The focus is on exploration, in order to increase the appeal of different types of fruit. Key Skills: Engaging with food through...
...What are they learning? Working on language to express experiences of taste. The ‘Hugh's hair salad’ recipe in this book can be combined with this activity to consolidate the learning Key Skills: Language skills to label and describe...