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...Introduction This is a fast paced game that gives lots of opportunities for decoding cvc words. It can be used with letters from any phase and adapted to add further challenge as the children's reading skills develop.Focus Segmenting...
...What you need No special equipmentWhat you do Begin with a circle. Make sure the children know how to play this game safely, not hurting themselves or others by over-enthusiastic actions. Repeat Vowel Yowl, but this time, encourage...
...Introduction These activities recognise how our children are inspired and motivated to learn, and to then use this information to create exciting and purposeful opportunities for them to mark make and eventually write. They are activities...
...Introduction Puppets are a great tool in Early Years settings. They encourage less confident children to contribute to activities; provide another focus for children's eyes and attention and give clues that can help children to learn...
...Introduction Make your own instruments using a wide range of resources. Allow children to discover how different objects make different sounds and experiment making their own instruments. Below is a list of ideas of different instruments...
...Introduction All children need a secure, safe loving environment for their brains to thrive. Externalising these feelings gives young children an opportunity to practice being loving to another person. This starts at home, but good...
...Introduction This activity supports the teaching of phonemes and allows for early spelling practice. Plus, every child will have a crown to wear or take home at the end. Knowing they will end up with a product to keep at the end...
...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...
...Group size You need at least ten children for this activityWhat you need Sashes or bibs (two different colours)How to play The children form a line with their hands on the shoulders of the child in front. The first five in line...