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...What they are learning In Personal, Social & Emotional Development to continue to be interested, excited and motivated to learn In Communication, Language & Literacy to interact with others, negotiating plans & activities to extend...
...What you need small sticks and twigs; string, raffia or elastic bands white tissue paper very liquid white glue and brushes flowers, petals, leaves and grass Thanks to Slough Centre Day Nursery, where I saw this idea.What you do Tie three...
...Introduction In order to remember a sound or a word, a child needs to read it around 100 times. Using this fun game, you can expose the children to seeing sounds or words many times, building up their sight recognition skills and practising...
...Group size You need at least ten children for this activityWhat you need None neededHow to play Split the children into two teams. The teams stand facing each other and, after a count of three, have the option of choosing from three...
...Introduction Using sprays will strengthen fingers, hands and wrists. It is fun too!What you need Some small spray bottles (make sure they are easy to squeeze and check that the trigger isn't too far away for small hands to grip and squeeze)...
...Group size You need at least ten children for this activityWhat you need Sashes or bibs (two different colours)How to play The children form a line with their hands on the shoulders of the child in front. The first five in line...
...Focus This activity could be used for any phase, but it is particularly suited to phase 2 and excellent for establishing muscle memory for these letters. This game can also be used for fine and gross motor interventions and early mark...
...Introduction Go outside on a wet day and use chalk to draw some shapes on the ground. The colours of the chalk will show up more vividly in the water. Invite children to run around the space freely, jumping inside the different shapes. Make...
...What you need You need PE equipment, such as balls of various sizes and sorts, skipping ropes, hoops, bean bags etc.What you do Start by playing with the equipment and exploring the sorts of sounds each thing can make. Encourage...
...What are they learning? Stop, look, listen with a parachuteWhat you need a large open space outside a parachute, preferably one with handlesKeywords listen look anticipate swap high quick run together whereWhat you do Stand in a circle...