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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...
...Introduction Children love to experiment and investigate changes in everyday objects. In this activity the children experiment with melting and cooling everyday ingredients. Children can think of their own experiments and make predictions...
...What you need snowflake shapes of different sizes cut from coloured paper/thin card (shades of blue, purple, white) – these can be prepared in advance or cut out by the children squirty bottles of ready-made paint – white, silver, metallic...
...The North Wind Doth Blow The north wind doth blow, And we shall have snow, And what will the robin do then, Poor thing? He’ll sit in the barn, And keep himself warm, And tuck his head under his wing, Poor thine.The Oak and the Ash...
...Introduction In this activity children fill balloons with water to create large ice cubes. The children will have the opportunity to observe how the liquid changes state when it transforms from water into ice. They will also get a clear...
...What you need shallow lids from yoghurt and margarine tubs scissors, wool or thin string greenery – holly, evergreeen leaves, berries, sticks and twigs from the garden (or a practitioner’s garden!). waterWhat you do Snip the greenery to fit...
...What you need a safe place – flat or with a gentle slope plastic sledges, trays or thick plastic sacks strong string or thin rope a cameraWhat you do Talk to the children about good, safe places to slide and sledge. These might include...
...What you need yellow and blue mats, and items to set up a hot climate role-play area white mats and items to set up a cold climate role-play area suitable clothes for both areas sandwiches, ice creams, hot chocolate and toastWhat you do...
...What are they learning? Look and watchWhat you needKeywords water freeze frozen melt blue cold ice icebergs food colouring (blue and green) water a water tray various sizes of plastic containers that can be put in the freezer. a timer some...
...What you need Access to a freezer Selection of containers to fill with water and freeze: washing up bowls, muffin tins, ice cube trays, empty plastic tubs, rubber or surgical gloves, a child’s wellington boot, jelly moulds in various shapes...