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...Introduction Help develop children's understanding of expression and encourage their enjoyment and love of stories. Use a digital recording device to record children reading or telling their favourite stories. They will enjoy listening...
...Introduction Children love stories. They love listening to stories told or read by adults and looking at books independently. They also love creating their own stories and narratives. This activity allows children's own stories...
...Introduction This prompt has a great air of mystery and engagement about it. It allows the children the opportunity to use their knowledge of fantasy writing, as well as lending itself to the more factual format of report writing.What you...
...Focus A story about a boy, his dad, a kite and a windy day gives many openings for using and understanding mathematical language. It also has a clear message that bigger is not necessarily better! It would be a good addition to a collection...
...What are they learning? Use imagination and creativity to act out a storyWhat you need ‘The Enormous Turnip’ Ladybird Tales book various dressing up clothes animal face masksKeywords growth pull weather soil turnip vegetableWhat you do Read...
...Starter activities Investigate the moon with an interactive demonstration. Show the children a large, detailed photo of the moon. What can they see? Discuss the impact craters made by solid objects such as asteroids or meteorites crashing...
...Focus Balloons are one of the best resources for exploring transformation. The story can be used to start a real discussion of change, which may lead you across the curriculum into every area.Keywords big bigger small smaller round...
...Focus This simple story book has great illustrations, as well as opportunities for counting on and back. Part of becoming a mathematician is becoming a good observer. ‘Ten in a Bed’ has plenty of opportunities to spot things and to look...
...What you need a rug or blanket something to act as a magic wand a book such as Molly’s Magic Carpet by Emma Fischel (Usborne) a tambourineMusic suggestion A piece of music that suggests floatingAction poem The Magic CarpetWhat you say...
...Focus ‘Goldilocks’ and other traditional tales give great opportunities for learning counting, sorting, matching and other maths vocabulary. This one is particularly helpful for learning about size and one-to-one correspondence, essential...