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...Focus The focus is on the thought and consideration that goes into caring for objects and that, when they break or deteriorate, we can explore opportunities to repair rather than immediately discard. It is not necessarily about perfect...
...Introduction Children love to take the lead role and tell everyone else what to do. In this activity the children work on producing their own television channel to inform parents and children what is happening in the setting, including any...
...What you need toothbrushes toothpaste pen lights or small torches plaster impressions of teeth (ask a dentist) a dentist’s chair plastic mirrors posters (try asking the health centre or dentist) magazines, comics and newspapers for waiting...
...Focus Measures – weight; co-operating and finding new ways to do things.What you need A building site in the outdoor area – include hard hats, builders’ buckets, small buckets, shovels, spades, water, sand, pebbles, gravel, guttering...
...What you need empty plastic bottles, labelled and filled with coloured water, price tags, sticky labels old perfume bottles and sprays (empty) collection of soaps food flavourings and essences to create smells (banana, strawberry...
...What you need shallow water tray or builder’s tray bricks and planks long cardboard tubes sand and stones small world people plastic/wooden train set cars and boats Cover the card tubes with sticky backed plastic to make them last...
...Starting points: Organise a real trip on a bus to the depot. Try to organise for the children to buy their own ticket. (Choose a quiet time!) Take photos. Remember to ask for written permission from parents/guardians and risk assess...
...Focus Explaining and identifying patterns, using the language of measurement to describe size, and describing solutions to practical problems.What you need Skipping ropes, hoops Exercise mats, stopwatches, whistles, sand timers, mirror Head...
...What you need sand tray/builder’s tray pebbles small plastic bricks such as Lego lolly sticks play people toy diggers and dumpers shoe boxes kitchen roll tubes little yogurt pots Make the sand really wet by adding warm water and mixing...
...What you need A friendly dentist who is happy to visit your setting and talk to the children about caring for their teeth Yoghurt pots that have two sections White shiny paper and glueWhat you do Organise a visit from a local dentist who...