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...What you need small sticks and twigs; string, raffia or elastic bands white tissue paper very liquid white glue and brushes flowers, petals, leaves and grass Thanks to Slough Centre Day Nursery, where I saw this idea.What you do Tie three...
...Introduction This is a simple number activity using a pair of dice that encourages children to roll the dice, count and draw the dots, and add the numbers together.What you need Different-sized dice Lots of pairs of dice Paper and pens Sun...
...Rain on the Grass Rain on the green grass, And rain on the tree, Rain on the house top, But don’t rain on me!Rain, Rain, Go Away Rain, rain, go away, Come again another day, All the children want to play. OR Rain, rain, go to Spain, Never...
...What you need a big sheet of plastic (pool liner is best, but any tough plastic will do) big stones, bricks or soil, spades and trowels lots of newspaperWhat you do Find a place where there is a dip in the ground (eg where rain collects...
...What you need This is a good investigation to do in the winter when the children will be more aware of dark mornings and evenings. Make a collection of pictures and photographs of day and night scenes. Gather together suitable materials...
...In the writing area Pin up calendars and charts on the walls. Leave diaries and appointment books around for children to use as they wish. Make some little books to use as personal diaries or records of events. Print some weekly charts...
...What you need a sand tray or shallow container dry or damp sand toy camels, donkeys etc. small world people trucks and other vehicles palm trees foil, tin lids or plastic mirrors for water or rivers For animal habitats: toy snakes toy...
...What are they learning? Having fun creating different weather conditions using soundsWhat you need water tray different sized plastic bottles, trays, sieves, colanders, tubes etc empty plastic margarine tubs with holes pushed through...
...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...
...Key skills Snipping linesWhat you need Lengths of paper or card, in different colours A range of different types and sizes of scissors Glue sticks (optional)What you do This activity puts a bit of structure into snipping, by encouraging...