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...Focus Size, shape and distance are all contained in Raymond Briggs’ retelling of ‘Jack and the beanstalk’. Take your measuring discussions into technology and creativity, as well as maths and language.Keywords big huge massive gigantic...
...What you need Lots of favourite storybooks with popular characters, remembering the favourites of both boys and girls and current favourites in your group Paper in lots of colours, shapes and sizes Envelopes of different sizes and shapes –...
...What you need socks in any colour, but preferably plain and ideally green – children’s socks are ideal rice, dried beans or lentils for filling a disposable paper or plastic cup or yogurt pot (to help with filling) sharp scissors wool...
...Focus The old playground rhyme is used in Colin Hawkins’ book about Mr Wolf’s day. Children (and some adults) find the passing of time a difficult concept to grasp, so let Mr Wolf help you to find out about clocks and time.Keywords o’clock...
...What you need In this activity the children will be using the overhead projector to create large versions of pictures and drawings they make – for displays, banners or wall hangings. Use drawings of minibeasts, flowers, seeds, shells...
...What you need Different sized jelly moulds Jelly (blocks/crystals/powder) of different flavours Jugs and spoons Things to decorate the jelly aliens such as googly eyes, string/wool, feathers, twigs, lollipop sticks, sequins and ribbonWhat...
...What you need different sized jelly moulds jelly (blocks/crystals/powder) of different flavours jugs and spoons things to decorate the jelly monsters such as googly eyes, string/wool, feathers, twigs, lolly sticks, sequins, ribbonWhat you...
...What you need a large piece of blue fabric for the ocean percussion instruments books Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak (Red Fox)Music suggestion Music from 'Where the Wild Things Are'Action poem Monsters EverywhereWhat you say...
...What you need a long narrow piece of fabric (about 50-75cm wide and as long as you can make it) felt pens, PVA glue, paint wool, fabric pieces, bits of plastic, sequins, ribbon etc. old newspapersWhat you do Any sort of fabric will do -...
...Recipe: Monster Cheese Biscuits Most children will understand this story about a monster who finds it difficult to part with his dummy.What you need for 16 monster biscuits: Ingredients 220g (8 oz) plain flour 110g (4 oz) butter...