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...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...
...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 requires iPads or tablets installed with the app Shadow Puppet Edu. Children can create simple videos from photos. It is an ideal activity to recap with children what they did today or what they did on a trip...
...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 –...
...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...
...What you need books about Christenings Christening gowns, cards, presents photographs of Christenings books and stories about babies from a variety of backgrounds, races and culturesKeywords birth Christening gown font celebration special...
...What are they learning? Introduce the relationship between dairy foods and bone health. Key Skills: Literacy and language surrounding dairy foods; numeracy; following physical activity instructions; turn-taking.What you need Open space...
...What you need space for the children to sit in a circle a ‘treasure chest’ or special boxKeywords treasure chest/box listen pass it on take turns be careful objects specialWhat you do Introduce this activity by bringing something of your...
...What you need a carpet area big enough for the children to sit in a circleKeywords circle place visit beautiful country holiday dangerous safe scary carefulWhat you do Invite the children to sit in a circle and explain that you are all...
...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...