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...What you need two or three of the following additives – sand, bubbles, washing-up liquid, glitter, food colouring, tissues, dry pasta, dry spaghetti, dried peas, paint, gravel or flour wet path, small puddle or container of rain magnifying...
...Introduction This activity is a great opportunity to talk to children about the weather. As the children work, encourage them to think about what clouds are, what the look like and even what they do. Talk about what happens when it rains...
...Introduction This activity is a great opportunity for some outdoor creativity exploration. Children can create beautiful artwork using food colouring and puddles. Talk to them about the different colours they can see and watch them swirl...
...What you need a bowl or bath on a table, a water trolley or deepish puddle collected rain or tap water a basket of items to experiment with. Some ideas – corks, plastic bottles with tops, stones and pebbles, leaves, wooden and plastic...
...What you need a large shallow container or tray variety of lids, scoops and moulds flour (any type) baby or vegetable oil powder paintWhat you do Show children the two ingredients needed to make cloud dough: the flour and oil. Ensure each...
...What you need black paper white, pale blue, grey and black tissue paste or very dilute white glue and spreadersWhat you do Go outside and have a good look at the fog and how it changes the way things look. Look at the edges of buildings...
...What you need a good range of fabrics - cotton, fleece, plastic coated, lycra, furnishing fabric, leather, net and gauze, rubber, cagoule fabric, velvet, suede, tee shirt, towelling etc plastic droppers or pipettes; food colouring, plastic...
...Key skills Cutting strips, ribbons and string; using a hole punchWhat you need Large white paper plates Scissors (a range of sorts) Felt pens, ribbon, wool, crêpe paper, string Hole punch, staplerWhat you do This is a good impromptu...
...What you need metal objects (spoons, forks, foil trays, coins, buckles, metal buttons, etc.) scissors and string a coat hanger or small hoop a large feather, a cork or a big beadWhat you do Hang the metal things from the hanger or hoop...
...What you need clipboard and pen (or several smaller ones for older children) a small group of children a picture clue sheet of all the things you might see. a camera (not essential)What you do Talk with the children about what you might see...