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...Introduction Problem solving, thinking skills and logical thinking are big areas for all children to develop. It could be easy to think that EYFS children are too young to learn computer science, but by starting with engaging practical...
...Introduction Children will love having their own dance studio and the opportunity to use props to create and record their own dance routines, either on their own or with a group of friends. Use a video recorder to capture...
...Introduction Help develop children's understanding of expression and encourage their enjoyment and love of stories. Use a digital recording device to record children reading or telling their favourite stories. They will enjoy listening...
...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 This very simple activity enables children to make a physical response to what they feel.What you need A felt pen for each pair of childrenBefore you start Secretly draw a smiley face on one palm and a sad face on the other...
...Introduction This activity is good for physical and emotional development and for encouraging exploration and spatial awareness. Developing the story will stimulate creativity.What you need A play tunnel or pop-up play tent (if you don't...
...Introduction This activity is suitable for an adult and three or four children. Imitating and copying are among the main techniques children use for learning. Watching you closely and following what you do will also develop...
...What you need A big space – indoors is best A shaker, tambourine, or jingle bellsBefore you start Think of all the feelings you want the children to experience. It’s a good idea to write these on a small card so you can use a range...
...Introduction This activity ensures that children relate to all the others in the class or group, by mixing them up randomly.What you need A photo of each of the children in the group A photo of each adult playing the gameBefore you start...
...Introduction In this simple game, children will practise making expressions and reading these in others.What you need A space in front of a door, maybe your home corner door or the door to your room or a cupboard Feelings Faces cards –...