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...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...
...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...
...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 Stop Motion animation is not unlike a flick book – where lots of static images, showing gradual movement in each ‘frame’, are put together and played quickly to give the illusion that objects are moving. In this activity pupils...
...Introduction Let children select loose parts and arrange them on a simple laminated snowflake card to create their own snowflake design. No glue required. The activity can be repeated over and over again and the results recorded...
...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 a water tray, bath or other receptacle Arctic and Antartic animals – e.g. polar bears, penguins, seals small world people card, small boxes etc to make sledges and boats white painted wood and polystyrene to make icebergs ice...
...What you need water food colouring lolly sticks, dowels, rulers and wooden spoons bowls and other large plastic containers cling film and elastic bands large strong paper and masking tape access to a large freezerHelpful hints Bowls make...
...What you need snow! warm weatherproof clothes spare wellies so that everyone can join in mark making tools – sticks, pebbles, small wheels etc. a tuff spot (builders’ plastic tray) small plastic containers, bowls and spoonsWhat you do Make...