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...Focus How many altogether? Counting together as a group.What you need box to use as a small treasure chest necklaces, beads, bangles and rings pretend gems and jewels, made by sticking bright and shiny papers onto old CD discs pretend coins...
...What you need tree, plant, cable, plastic bag and other plastic ties good quality scissors canes and sticks big pieces of fabric and card lightweight fabric or plastic sheet to cover constructions clothes pegs and other clipsWhat you do...
...What you need stripy T-shirts old shorts leggings to cut short big hooped earrings or curtain rings on elastic scarves face paint for moustaches and scars toy telescopes – or make your own from cardboard tubes covered in foil eye patches –...
...What you need a parachute a treasure chest or box pirate clothes, hats, earrings, ‘telescopes’ etcWhat you do Make some props - telescopes from cardboard tubes, earrings from curtain rings on thin elastic, scarves for headdresses, etc....
...What you need a treasure map (blank, downloadable treasure maps are often available from teacher resource websites). Add pictures of familiar landmarks such as trees, lamp posts, benches, bins and play equipment and include a big X to mark...
...Focus Sparkly ‘one to one’ correspondence with a treasure theme.What you need ‘Pirate Pete’ book, or another favourite pirate picture book to share ice cube trays silver or gold spray paint gold or silver paper cake cases plastic coins...
...Idea 1What you need Sheets and rope or cable ties Jolly Roger flag Sea-themed toys, e.g. crabs, fish, dolphins etc. Box to serve as a sea chest Pirate-themed music or sea sounds and device to play them on Balance benchWhat you do Choose...