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...What you need pillowcases or lengths of non-fray material about twice the length of a pillowcase sharp children’s scissors children’s needles, wool or embroidery threads hessian or Binca canvas glueWhat you do Most families have spare...
...What you need Recorded music or access to YouTube – see ‘Songs and music’ Pairs of wooden bricks A selection of musical instruments Climbing equipmentWhat you do Music makers Provide each child with a pair of wooden bricks to tap together....
...What you need Information about vets or other people who work with animals A visitor who can bring a range of animals to your setting for the children to look at, handle and learn about. Try your local vets; alternatively companies like...
...What you need toothbrushes toothpaste pen lights or small torches plaster impressions of teeth (ask a dentist) a dentist’s chair plastic mirrors posters (try asking the health centre or dentist) magazines, comics and newspapers for waiting...
...Miss Polly Had a Dolly (You can mime the story or use props such as a doll, a doctor’s bag, a medicine bottle, a telephone and a prescription book. This is the imagine-it version!) Miss Polly had a dolly who was sick, sick, sick, (Rock...
...What you need A friendly dentist who is happy to visit your setting and talk to the children about caring for their teeth Yoghurt pots that have two sections White shiny paper and glueWhat you do Organise a visit from a local dentist who...
...Group size Four childrenWhat you need bandages lengths of ribbon or Velcro for fastening bandages walking sticks x-rays books about hospitals notepads, labels and pens black paper and white chalk telephone and diary for booking...
...Starting points: School office play would interest children transferring from a nursery or pre-school setting to ‘big’ school. Children can be both excited and apprehensive about this change, and this role play would answer their questions...
...What you need Dressing up uniformsBefore you start Arrange the dressing up clothes so that they are clearly visible, and ask the children if they can name each one.What you do Follow on by looking at the different features of each uniform...
...What you need travel brochures and leaflets, posters & photos computer forms to fill in maps, atlases and globes tickets (draw some, then photocopy) till, money travellers' cheques, foreign money to exchange suitcases, hand luggage packed...