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...Introduction Children need to practise all sorts of routines, such as washing their hands, clearing up toys, undressing and dressing. Using a soft toy or doll to talk through and practise these routines helps fix the routine...
...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...
...Introduction This activity promotes talk about keeping safe around fireworks and sparklers. Help children to choose some safety rules that they can memorise, write and display on a poster around your setting.What you need Pictures...
...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...
...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...
...What are they learning? A familiarisation activity to develop confidence with handling unfamiliar vegetables. The focus is on fun and exploration in order to increase the appeal of different vegetables. Key Skills: Engaging with food...
...What are they learning? Excretion, one of the seven life processes that are common to all living things, both plants and animals. These are nutrition, movement, growth, respiration, reproduction, senses and excretion.Context Excretion...
...What are they learning? Introduce the concept of eating five portions of fruit and vegetables every day. Key Skills: Counting up to 5; literacy and language surrounding colours and names of fruits and vegetables.What you need A large...
...Starter activities Set up an ocean and fish themed literacy activity. Use a blue paddling pool and coloured card cut-out fish shapes, each marked with a letter on the body. Use split pins for eyes, and set out magnetic fishing rods....
...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...