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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...
...Starter activities Introduce the Diwali festival to the children. Read Diwali themed picture books such as Diwali by Roger Priddy. Set up a Rangoli craft activity by printing out Diwali Rangoli pattern outlines onto card. The children can...
...Starter activities Set up your role-play area with a Chinese New Year theme. Decorate the area with red and gold fabrics, hanging lanterns and dragons, floor mats, floor cushions, fans and costumes. Look at China on a globe, show...
...Introduction In this activity children can decorate pumpkins with melted crayons. The effect is spooky—perfect for Halloween! The children will enjoy experimenting with colour, pattern and texture, as well as observing the effects that heat...
...Introduction Introduce children to the festival of Chinese New Year. Read or tell children the story of ‘The Great Race’. This explains the story behind the Emperor and the Chinese Zodiac.What you need A picture book that tells the story...
...Starter activities Transform your role-play area into an Indian take-away kitchen with a cardboard box oven, pans, cooking utensils, a large foil circular disposable tray to use as a chapatti griddle, a spice box, pulse containers...
...Introduction This activity is an opportunity for the children to explore their creativity, engage in some colour mixing and see an example of cause, change and effect. Children will love wearing something they have made, too.What you need...
...Introduction Most children will be aware that lots of communication happens online, even if it they are not able to, they might have seen an older sibling or parent online. The earlier children understand the importance of e-safety...
...Introduction Knowing the names of familiar objects is a vital communication skill. Children also need to recognise their own clothing and belongings, so they can begin to look after them. This activity supports the development...
...Introduction Children need to practise all sorts of routines, such as washing their hands, clearing up toys, undressing and dressing. Using a soft toy or doll to talk through and practise these routines helps fix the routine...