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...Introduction Have fun around Midsummer Day (June 24th) collecting different loose parts and materials to create a midsummer collage, inspired by John Clare's Midsummer Cushions.What you need Green fabric, felt or cardboard square Loose...
...Focus Understanding we can use technology to find information. Using a QR code to access a website.What you need A sand pit or sand tray Spades and digging implements A mobile device with a QR reader app Wi-Fi Dinosaur Dig printables cut...
...What you need a drum strips of card and felt pens to make simple headbands books such as Hiawatha and Megissogwon (National Geographic)Music suggestion Native American Tribal MusicAction poem Ten Little IndiansWhat you say Follow your...
...What you need Images of The Cutty Sark and other sailing ships Balsa wood Corks Plastic tubs, lids and trays Lolly sticks, wooden kebab sticks Fabric Paper Scissors Masking tape Hammer and nails String StrawsWhat you do Show children images...
...In the writing area Pin up calendars and charts on the walls. Leave diaries and appointment books around for children to use as they wish. Make some little books to use as personal diaries or records of events. Print some weekly charts...
...Keywords clothes warm dry clean safe place rules signs poster indoors outdoors protectHelpful hints ‘What are you wearing today?’ could link with: ‘Everyday’, ‘On holiday’, in our street’ and topics on ‘Clothes’ and ‘Keeping safe’.Getting...
...Idea 1What you need Large sheets of robust card Paints, paintbrushes and paint tray Scissors Cable ties 4 poles Ground sheet Bunting and flags Shields Cushions Tapestries 2 chairs (thrones)What you do Decorate four large sections of card...
...What you need photos of people, clothes and pictures of clothes from the recent past a cameraHelpful hints Locating someone to talk to your group about their childhood clothes is not always easy. Ask around to see if any parents...
...What are they learning? Time is a difficult concept to teach, and these boxes may help. Children need to understand the passing of time; past, present and future, night and day, and sequences of events. They need wide experience...
...What you need Large cardboard boxes Paper plates Thick, short cardboard tube Scissors Cotton wool CushionsWhat you do Prior to the creation of the den, paint the boxes using images of trains as inspiration. Use the largest box to create...