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...Introduction This activity promotes talk about keeping safe around fireworks and sparklers. Help children to choose some safety rules that they can memorise, write and display on a poster around your setting.What you need Pictures...
...What you need tracing paper (or greaseproof paper, which is cheaper) soft pencils, felt pens comics and children’s magazines simple clip art cooking oil and cotton balls paper clips cellophaneWhat you do Tracing is another traditional...
...In the writing area Offer more big pieces of paper and pens, and encourage children to make their own mind maps of what they know about any topic or subject they are interested in. Provide the widest possible range of colours and sizes...
...In the writing area Offer a range of different colours, sizes and sorts of card and paper for making greeting cards. Try adding some papers with textures, borders or patterns. Add some envelopes of different sizes and shapes, or paper...
...In the writing area Provide chalks and boards for the children to make signs to put up in the setting. Use a whiteboard, a plastic lid or laminated card for temporary signs. Offer some big felt pens. Put some circular and triangular pieces...
...What you need a selection of music from a variety of different genres writing implements – crayons, thick pens etc. large sheets of paper tables (one per child) a music player and a mix of different styles of musicWhat you do Before...
...These will all help the children with ideas for writing and mark-making....
...Focus Take a walk and look for signs and notices before you set up this writing area. Remember to take a camera with you.What you need photos and other pictures of signs: road signs, street signs, directions, shop signs, notices...