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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...
...Group size You need at least ten children for this activityWhat you need None neededHow to play Split the children into two teams. The teams stand facing each other and, after a count of three, have the option of choosing from three...
...Group size 5+ players per teamWhat you need Chalk to draw team lines, or any other means to show the two sides Two large baskets or dustbin liners Lots of inflated balloonsHow to play It is important to make sure that all participants...
...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 Children will love having their own dance studio and the opportunity to use props to create and record their own dance routines, either on their own or with a group of friends. Use a video recorder to capture...
...Introduction Listening in a big, open space, where there are often other distractions, can be difficult for children and requires different listening skills. Help children to develop and practise these skills in this activity.What you need...
...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...
...What you need Fish shape templates and pictures Paper Crayons Cellophane Sticky paper Sticky tape ScissorsBefore you start Explain that ‘Poisson d’Avril’ means April Fish. Remind the children to be careful and not too rough during...
...Introduction In order to remember a sound or a word, a child needs to read it around 100 times. Using this fun game, you can expose the children to seeing sounds or words many times, building up their sight recognition skills and practising...
...Introduction The activities on this page give children the opportunity to practise recognising different phonemes. Challenging them to fish letters that make up CVC words, initials and names supports early writing skills and spelling.What...