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...What you need empty, clear plastic bottles (rounded with no indents and preferably with wide necks). They should be clean and dry a range of objects each beginning with a specific sound. They should be small, easily recognisable and able...
...What you need a parachute a shoe box with a lid small objects such as an apple, ball, car, toy dog, egg, fishWhat you do Show the children the objects you will use and help them to say the first letter sound of each one. Mushroom...
...What are they learning? recognise the short ‘u’ sound; say the short ‘u’ sound; create rhymes with the short ‘u’ sound. u u u u Up! Up! Up!. I can reach the bun bun. Up! Up! Up!. I can reach my turn turn. Up! Up! Up!. I can reach the sun...
...What you need letters addressed to each of the children paper, pencils and envelopes postage stamps post boxWhat you do Introduce the opposite words – open and closed. Demonstrate opening and closing different things such as books...
...What you need a dark room torches, enough for one per child shiny card, paper or foil flashcards with phonemes on them sticky-tackWhat you do Before the activity: Cover the ceiling in your chosen room with shiny card, paper or foil....
...Links with the EYFS To listen carefully To find rhyming words To continue a string of rhyming wordsWhat you need a rhyming book such as “Mr Brown Can Moo, Can You?” or “Pass the Jam Jim”Keywords same/different rhyme/rhyming sound first...
...What are they learning? recognise the short ‘i’ sound; pronounce the short ‘i’ sound; create short ‘i’ rhymes i i i i lggy Pig. lggy Pig. Where is lggy Pig? Is he hiding in the bin? does it have an i in it?What you need a toy pig...
...Focus Counting, calculating, making decisions.What you need Five small paper plates labelled ‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’, ‘d’ and ‘e’ In a basket, five apples, five plastic bears, five crayons, five dinosaurs and five elephants – or alternative objects...
...What you need shoeboxes with lids red poster paint glue sticks drawing materials paper magazines scissors computer with printerPreparation Paint your shoebox red. When it is dry, cut a large rectangular opening in the lid suitable...
...Focus Take a walk and look for signs and notices before you set up this writing area. Remember to take a camera with you.What you need photos and other pictures of signs: road signs, street signs, directions, shop signs, notices...