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...What you need A box with a lid, to contain the following resources: maps of the world a globe pictures of different kinds of roads pictures of road signs and symbols road maps and atlases (old ones from charity shops) maps of the local area...
...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 This activity allows children to design their own vehicle and watch it come to life using the Quiver app.What you need A WiFi connected device with Quiver and PicKids apps installed (available on the App Store, Google Play...
...What are they learning? Getting to know the Eatwell Plate and its five food groups. Learning that we need a variety of foods to be healthy. Key Skills: Sorting and organising foods into different food groups.What you need A large Eatwell...
...What are they learning? A fun familiarisation activity to develop confidence with handling unfamiliar fruits. The focus is on exploration, in order to increase the appeal of different types of fruit. Key Skills: Engaging with food through...
...Introduction Use a story the children have been reading to learn more about different places. Children design and create their own map for the character to move through on a programmable device or robot. They can use felt-tip pens, paint...
...What you need six or more clean bottles several different food colourings glitter (try to find more than one sort) silver and gold confetti (various designs are available in card shops) a funnel a small jug plastic glue such as UHU.Babies...
...What you need at least seven (preferably more) plastic bottles, clean and dried collections of brightly coloured items – there are lots of possibilities. You might try: yellow artificial flowers, red plastic cubes, blue pipe cleaners –...
...What are they learning? Thinking about the benefits of including fish in our diet, and familiarisation with the concept of eating more fish in our snacks and meals. Key Skills: Literacy and language surrounding appearance and names of fish...
...Introduction Make some small bread rolls in the shape of hedgehogs, creating spines using scissors and with raisins for eyes. A delicious Autumn snack to share together!What you need Small hedgehog toy (optional) 350 grams of strong white...