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...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 pillowcases or lengths of non-fray material about twice the length of a pillowcase sharp children’s scissors children’s needles, wool or embroidery threads hessian or Binca canvas glueWhat you do Most families have spare...
...What you need Permission from parents/carers to take children for a walk Extra adults to accompany children to increase effectiveness of learning opportunities A local bakery or bakery department in the local supermarket Ingredients...
...What you need Recorded music or access to YouTube – see ‘Songs and music’ Pairs of wooden bricks A selection of musical instruments Climbing equipmentWhat you do Music makers Provide each child with a pair of wooden bricks to tap together....
...Starting points: Visit a real library and choose some books. Talk about how the library works: borrowing books, enjoying them at home, how to take care of them and how to return them. Talk to the librarians about their jobs. How do...
...What are they learning? You need a big box for this activity, preferably one with wheels, so children can pull it along as they play. It needs to be strong enough to carry heavy things. The Builders’ boxes could be part of a topic...
...Starting points: Explore with the children the idea of hiring something, perhaps by relating it to their experience of borrowing and returning a library book or taking their learning journeys home and bringing them back. Try to arrange...
...What you need white card, paper and paper plates paint and pens ribbon black wool/string single hole punch sellotape straws/thin canes scissorsWhat you do Decorate your setting with the following ideas: Let the children handprint all over...
...What you need small blackboard and chalk lunch boxes, bags sandwiches (real or made from thin sponge and paint) aprons, overalls, plastic gloves, caps or hairnets cutlery, spreaders, blunt knives chopping boards containers for food...
...Starting points: If you have internet access watch the video of a real garage on http://www.teachfind.com/teachers-tv/early-years-role-playpupil-programme-garage together. Arrange a visit to your local garage. Be sure to risk assess...