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...Introduction Whatever the weather, many young children just love to be outdoors. Indeed, outdoor learning provides children with the potential to learn in a different way — it can be far more physical, faster, louder and bigger! Many...
...Introduction In this activity children will learn how to make bowls from clay. Show them how to create different textures and patterns in the clay using objects and resources from the environment. This activity is not only good...
...Introduction The month of Ramadan is an important time in the Muslim calendar. Celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the ‘breaking of the fast’, at the end of the month of Ramadan, by cooking and sharing some vegetable samosas with the children at your...
...What you need petals, flowers and leaves – roses are especially good, but any flowers will do muslin or cotton fabric square approximately 10cm x 10cm newspaper a large tray magnifying glasses ribbon or string, small boxes or plastic trays,...
...What you need card pens a sand pit or sand box buckets and spades water (to dampen sand) flagsWhat you do Make a sequencing card by dividing the card into six equal sections (as in previous activities). Illustrate the following instructions...
...What you need A local park with a safe playground Picnic food, rugs Appropriate clothes for hot weather Junk modelling equipmentWhat you do Choose a suitable park, field or garden to walk to for your picnic. Show the children where...
...What you need Recorded music or access to YouTube – see ‘Songs and music’ A collection of musical instruments Plastic bottles and a selection of materials Seaside buckets and spades, sun hats and sunglassesWhat you do Music makers Go...
...What are they learning? ‘A Summer Walk’ will give children lots of opportunities to use their powers of observation to look for shadows and to go on a ‘smell safari’ to try to identify the smells of summer.Keywords Summer shadow dark nose...
...What you need four broom handles or strong canes string, clothes pegs or elastic bands thin material (gauze, sari fabric or net curtain) a blanket or piece of carpetWhat you do Net, voile or gauze are quite heavy enough to make shade...
...Focus Text on shopping bags is an easily accessible source of inspiration for children’s own early writing. Turn part of your creative area into a bag factory and personalise some bags.What you need carrier bags with examples of writing...