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...What are they learning? Finding out how sounds travel in waves through the airWhat you need water trays pebbles or small stones shallow sand trays Slinky or long stretchy spring paper and pensWhat you do Gather a small group of children...
...Make a game Collect several identical pieces of junk mail or catalogues or buy two sheets of wrapping paper. Use to make matching games. Help the children to cut out matching pictures, stick on card (old cereal boxes will do). Play snap...
...Sort and count Offer beads and strings as a choice on a maths table or shelf. Make sure there are several different sizes, types and colours for sorting. For older ones, add some number labels with holes in. Store in clear jars.Threading...
...Focus Measures – length; having their own ideas and checking how well their activities are going.What you need An interesting collection of neck ties with different patterns, colours and textures If you have access to shorter school ties...
...What you need thin card five different coloured pens scissors and a ruler box of wooden or plastic blocks in the same five colours as the coloured pensWhat you do First, create pattern cards by cutting the thin card into strips (4cm x...
...What you need large pipe cleaners plasticine, dough or modelling clay a large selection of coloured beads with large holes (5 different colours) thin card 5 coloured pens or felt tip makers that match the colours of the beads scissors...
...Focus Counting, predicting, recording and being willing to ‘have a go’.What you need Magic beans: in your preparation beforehand, spread 500g of dried white butter beans on newspaper, outdoors, away from the children. Spray one side...
...What you need thin card scissors and a ruler five different coloured pens a box of connecting blocks in the same five colours as the coloured pens small world buildings (optional)What you do First, create pattern cards by cutting the thin...
...Focus Counting, addition, difference, explaining and making connections.What you need A large selection of dominoes (it doesn’t matter if they are from different sets or that they are incomplete sets) Some large spotty dice A bag to put...
...What you need Coloured card ScissorsBefore you start Using the card, cut out an assortment of shapes in varying sizes. Include squares, circles, diamonds, triangles and rectangles.What you do Show the children the different shapes, and talk...