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...Introduction These activities recognise how our children are inspired and motivated to learn, and to then use this information to create exciting and purposeful opportunities for them to mark make and eventually write. They are activities...
...Introduction Use a story the children have been reading to learn more about different places. Children design and create their own map for the character to move through on a programmable device or robot. They can use felt-tip pens, paint...
...Introduction This activity allows children to design their own vehicle and watch it come to life using the Quiver app.What you need A WiFi connected device with Quiver and PicKids apps installed (available on the App Store, Google Play...
...Down by the Station Down by the station, early in the morning, See the little engines all in a row, See the engine driver turn the little handle, Puff, puff, choo, choo, off we go. Some variations Down in the market, early in the morning...
...Group size AnyWhat you need Soft-play equipment/PE apparatusHow to play Beforehand, set out a defined circuit/’track’ in an open space in your setting, that will eventually lead them back to the start. Choose a two-team sorting activity...
...Focus Take a walk and look for signs and notices before you set up this writing area. Remember to take a camera with you.What you need photos and other pictures of signs: road signs, street signs, directions, shop signs, notices...
...What you need Copy of the rhyme (see below and a printable copy) Pictures of images in the rhymeWhat you say June, June, hot air balloon June, June, hot air balloon June, June, silvery moon June, June, sing a new tune Welcome to June June...
...What you need picture of a model propeller powered aeroplane (from internet or magazine) suitably sized pre-cut piece of soft wood for the body of the aeroplane (the fuselage) approx. 100mm x 50mm x 300mm hammers and round head nails (10mm...
...What you need picture of a toy/model sailing boat ready cut piece of planed softwood timber approx. 100mm x 75mm x 300mm long with 45° pointed end (to make a basic boat shape) scrap material to cut out a sail, scissors hand-drill and 6mm...
...What are they learning? Recognising numerals; thinking of ideasWhat you need A digital camera Images of local buses and bus stops, or car registration platesWhat you do Where possible, arrange for pairs of children to go for a short walk...