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...Introduction Making simple dough is good for hand and finger muscles and provides essential experience of malleable materials. Wrist, hand and finger muscles are all important for drawing and writing. Start young!What you need Flour Water...
...Introduction Encourage children to work collaboratively to create slideshows displaying photographs of what they have been learning in the setting. This is a great way for children to share about a book they have read, things they have made...
...Introduction Children love displaying their art work in their setting or house. Turn their art work into true works of art by creating your own digital gallery. Invite parents and other adults into the setting to walk around, look...
...Introduction This activity encourages children to develop understanding of how we show our emotions on our faces. It also allows for discussion about how we can be thoughtful of how other people feel.What you need Devices with a camera...
...Introduction Children will love to design their own fruit smoothies using hand blenders and juicers to create different taste combinations. In this activity children learn how to use everyday tools safely and for a purpose. Close adult...
...Introduction This activity helps development in many areas, including fine movement and control, and linking words with actions, copying and imitating.What you need Washable felt-tipped pens Small, self-adhesive labels A selection of star...
...This Little Piggy Went to Market (A toe rhyme.) This little piggy went to market. (big toe) This little piggy stayed at home. (next toe) This little piggy had roast beef. (next toe) This little piggy had none. (next toe) And this little...
...Introduction Celebrate children's achievements, their ‘Wow Moments’, through photographs that can be shared with families and peers. (Every moment is a ‘Wow Moment’ in early years!) This activity gives children the opportunity to use...
...What are they learning? Growth, one of the seven life processes that are common to all living things, both plants and animals. These are nutrition, movement, growth, respiration, reproduction, senses and excretion.Context Looking at how...
...Using finger games in free play situations Use some songs and rhymes to develop number awareness and fine motor control. Record some finger rhymes. Any activity with little pieces or items such as puzzles, pegs, paper clips, coins, etc....