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...Introduction Encourage children to work collaboratively to create slideshows displaying photographs of what they have been learning in the setting. This is a great way for children to share about a book they have read, things they have made...
...What you need soft fabric (about 1 metre square) soft fabric ‘baby’ bricks a colour dice Sit with the children, each holding a corner of the fabric. Practise working together to lift the fabric high and bring it down low. Try balancing...
...Introduction Celebrate children's achievements, their ‘Wow Moments’, through photographs that can be shared with families and peers. (Every moment is a ‘Wow Moment’ in early years!) This activity gives children the opportunity to use...
...Introduction This prompt is very much linked to real life and social interaction. It makes messaging purposeful, and will help to develop the children's writing skills.What you need Pieces of card Laminator Low-level display space Sticky...
...Introduction Fill a tuff spot or sand tray with autumn treasures collected on a seasonal walk. Children can take turns to find a toy hedgehog hidden amongst the leaves. Use the game to introduce the topic of hibernation during the winter...
...What you need A staff member, parent or friendly adult who can visit your setting and talk about China. Digital camera Paper, brushes and inkWhat you do Let parents and carers know that you are holding a China Day. Talk about your 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 you need a carpet area big enough for the group to sit comfortably a special cushion or a small chair draped with some shiny or special fabricKeywords Listen carefully Hot seat Questions Answers News Newscaster ReporterWhat you do Sit...
...What are they learning? Listening skillsWhat you need large floor cushions a quiet undisturbed area outside a basket full of favourite storiesKeywords listen look hear book cuddles storyWhat you do Make a story area outside by placing...
...What you need red paper and card ribbons, string, cord glue, scissors (perhaps some ‘fancy cut’ scissors) penniesKeywords Ang pow money lucky bags celebrate gift Chinese New YearWhat you do Your preparation: Prepare the Ang Pow making table...