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...Helpful hints An adult may want to use a sharp knife or a glue gun in this activity (these should not be used by children!).What you need flat bits of card or shallow boxes (e.g. shoe box lids and pizza boxes) small boxes tubes and fabric...
...What you need a washing line and pegs pictures, magazines, catalogues, clip art a photo of each child, mounted on card or in a plastic pocket several cards with the word ‘likes’ written on eachWhat you do Spend some time with the children...
...Daddy’s Taking us to the Zoo Daddy’s taking us to the zoo tomorrow, zoo tomorrow, zoo tomorrow, Daddy’s taking us to the zoo tomorrow, we can stay all day, We’re going to the zoo, zoo, zoo, You can come too, too, too. We’re going...
...The Cat Sing, sing, what shall we sing? The cat has got the pudding string. Do, do, what shall we do? The cat has got the pudding too! (You can sing this silly little song while you choose the next song or rhyme.)Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat Pussy...
...What are they learning? talk about animal features understand the difference between various animals and people create a poem about animals. A cat says miaow and licks its fur. A dog says woof and wags its tail. The mouse says squeak...
...Focus Counting and sticking fun with Spot.What you need Spot Can Count by Eric Hill (Puffin Books) Plain paper, colouring pens Sticky label dots Collage materials, glue and spatulas Google images of Dalmatian dogsKeywords spotty lots few...
...Group size Up to four childrenWhat you need soft toy puppy a basket or box a blanket ‘Dear Zoo’ by Rod Campbell (Campbell Books)Helpful hints Let all the children stroke the puppy wrapped up in his blanket in the box or basket before you...
...What you need Pictures of pets, e.g: cat dog hamster rabbit iguana bird, stick insect A laminator (optional) A shoeboxBefore you start Cut out the pictures of pets. Laminate the pictures if possible. Place the pictures in a shoe box.What...
...What are they learning? recognise the short ‘e’ sound; recognise the letter e; complete a poem using the short ‘e’ sound e e e e With my pen I can make a pet. It will be my best pet yet. What shall I call my best pen pet? I will call him...
...What are they learning? recognise the short ‘o’ sound; say the short ‘o’ sound; create rhymes with the short ‘o’ sound. o o o o What dog? Hot dog! What dog? Spot dog! What dog? Log dog! What dog? Mop dog! Hot, spot, log, mop. What a lot...