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...Introduction Children love music and it can stimulate a lot of different emotions. Here the children work on creating their own radio channel. They can have a go at being presenters and singing own songs to play to children and parents...
...What you need a selection of poetry books with illustrations a notebook a large scrapbook glue writing materials plain paper shiny materials for decorating (sequins, ribbons, glitter, foil shapes etc.) a computer with printerPreparation...
...What you need plastic bottles – empty, clean and dry. Try to get those with brightly coloured tops the actual items needed for the bottles will depend on what the children suggest. You could offer buttons and confetti circles with smiles...
...Key skills Cutting, folding, hole punch, cone makingWhat you need Brown, yellow or orange construction paper Different types of scissors Sticky tape, cotton wool Sequins, glitter or the ‘holes’ from hole punches for ‘sprinkles’What you do...
...Key skills Cutting and foldingWhat you need Long white A4 envelopes Other papers and card A range of types of scissors Crayons or felt pens Glue sticksWhat you do Used envelopes are free and are great for cutting because they give a bit...
...What you need playing cards things to tap on them Packs of cards are cheap, easily obtained and fun to use for sound making.What you do Here are some quick ideas: Take a bunch of cards and flap, flick or run a thumb across the edges. Share...
...What you need small world African animals – lion, giraffe, elephant, zebra etc. books such as A Triangle for Adaora and One Big Family by Ifeoma OnyefuluMusic suggestion A song with a strong drum beatAction poem Africa!What you say Follow...
...What you need a teddy bear a blanket a play tunnel or tents and cones a map an expedition rucksack with suitable contents a scarf The Bear Hunt by Michael RosenMusic suggestion Music with drumsAction poem On TiptoeWhat you say Follow your...
...What you need black sugar paper white paper pens, pencils, chalks scissors and glue kitchen towel or newspapersWhat you do Talk to the children about the colours black and white and explain that they are opposites. Help children to draw...
...What are they learning? describe objects using colours become familiar with a wide range of colours use colour in a poem. Red, yellow, pink and green. So many colours to be seen. Colours dark and colours bright How many red things can we...