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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 This activity encourages children to develop understanding of how we show our emotions on our faces. It also allows for discussion about how we can be thoughtful of how other people feel.What you need Devices with a camera...
...Stories, songs and rhymes I Hear Thunder I hear thunder, I hear thunder, Hark don’t you? Hark don’t you? Pitter, patter raindrops, Pitter, patter raindrops, I’m wet through, So are you! Rain on the Grass Rain on the green grass, And rain...
...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...
...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...
...Introduction Children love stories. They love listening to stories told or read by adults and looking at books independently. They also love creating their own stories and narratives. This activity allows children's own stories...
...Introduction Singing supports learning to speak, listen, read and write. They are the way children experiment with the words they know and get a feeling for rhythm and alliteration. Sing in the garden, on walks and visits, while waiting...
...What you need a dragon’s head made from a cardboard box a long piece of fabric for the dragon’s body percussion instruments books such as Moonbeams, Dumplings and Dragon Boats by Simonds (Gulliver)Music suggestion A song about dragonsAction...