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...What you need small world African animals – lion, giraffe, elephant, zebra etc. books such as A Triangle for Adaora and One Big Family by Ifeoma OnyefuluMusic suggestion A song with a strong drum beatAction poem Africa!What you say Follow...
...Try making some of these noisy sound makers to add to your music sessions.Parrots, like many other creatures in rainforests, communicate with each other by sound. The following activity allows children to replicate this squawking and create...
...What you need Recorded music or access to YouTube – see ‘Songs and music’ A selection of African instruments – djembe drums, mbira or kalimba (thumb pianos), wooden xylophones, cabasas, natural shakers, etc.What you do Music makers Learn...
...Idea 1What you need Curtain pole ‘G’ clamps Camouflage fabric Green/camouflage netting or similar Heavy items such as large books Green shower curtain Camp bed and camp lamp Small desk Potted and plastic plantsWhat you do Hang the curtain...
...What you need bead or bamboo curtains bean netting, green material or camouflage net tape recording of rain forest sounds cut out pictures of rain forest animals and birds to hang from ceiling (laminating will make them more durable) wind...
...What you need the book or story ( www.aesops-fables.org.uk ) a toy lion or mouse finger puppetsWhat you do Sit in a circle and pass a small toy lion or mouse around. This could be a finger puppet, soft toy or plastic animal. Help...
...What you need Small group of children ‘Walking Through the Jungle’ by Julie Lacome and other books about jungle animals, both fiction and non-fiction aprons large cardboard or plastic tray about the size of a table top cardboard packaging...
...What are they learning? Make your own jungle and go exploring or on a small world safari.What you need house plants pebbles, grass, soil, sand and twigs hanging basket moss small world people and jungle animals a shallow trayWhat you do...
...What are they learning? Water, straws and food colouring bring a familiar story to life while washing an elephant!What you need plastic straws, all sizes food colouring (optional) bubble mixture or washing-up liquid the story of ‘Elmer...
...What you need A staff member, parent or friendly adult who can visit your setting and talk about India Digital camera Paper, pens and paint Indian food Clay and tea lightsWhat you do Let parents and carers know that you are holding an India...