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...Introduction Encourage children to work collaboratively to create slideshows displaying photographs of what they have been learning in the setting. This is a great way for children to share about a book they have read, things they have made...
...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 Children find apologizing a very difficult skill to learn. Practising this during a story that involves someone else can often help, but needs to be reinforced in many different ways.What you need A large puppet, soft toy...
...Introduction A mood board is an arrangement of images, materials, pieces of text, etc. intended to evoke or project a particular mood. Mood Boards are a good way to focus on one feeling at a time. The seven most important positive feelings...
...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...
...What you need a large soft ball a large space where the children can comfortably sit (or stand) in a circleKeywords feelings share friends friendship pass it on take turns listenWhat you do Invite the children to sit in a circle, using one...
...Introduction Celebrate children's achievements, their ‘Wow Moments’, through photographs that can be shared with families and peers. (Every moment is a ‘Wow Moment’ in early years!) This activity gives children the opportunity to use...
...Introduction Use the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale to talk to the children about the nurse who had a pet owl that she carried around in her pocket. Help children to make their own baby owl.What you need Pictures...
...What you need a space to sit in a circle, with enough room to make some movements some ‘found’ instruments such as trays, sticks, boxes and tinsKeywords ding click buzz boing crash clang whizz rattle flash pingWhat you do Sit in a circle...
...What you need a visitor (with some artefacts for the children to look at) a carpet area big enough to sit all the children in a circle Circle Time teddy to pass aroundKeywords circle listen take turns visitor work questions travelWhat you...