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...Idea 1What you need 3 chairs Black sheet Items to weigh down fabric, e.g. books Green shower curtain or similar Scissors and wide sticky tape Shells Sea-themed plush/plastic toys Cushions Nylon thread Small suction padsWhat you do Place...
...What you need swimming goggles, masks, snorkels, flippers and torches small world sea creatures empty lemonade bottles for oxygen tanks large boxes or cartons to make a submarine inflatable sea creatures green bin liners or other plastic...
...Introduction Let each child paint their own pebble fish to put on display, inside or outside, to illustrate that each child is a ‘one-off’ but still part of your group.What you need A copy of Only One You by Linda Kranz One pebble already...
...What you need Small group of children ‘The Rainbow Fish’ by Marcus Pfister aprons large balloon or 2 litre plastic bottle newspaper white scrap paper PVA glue watered down to one part PVA to two parts water paint brushes a tray pearlized...
...What you need Two or three children plastic garden trellis with 2cm squares scrap fabric e.g. old sheets, t-shirts, dresses, scarves, pillow cases and curtains, torn or cut into strips for weaving old CDs cardboard sparkly material...
...What you need big sequins threaded on a string for fish scales a big piece of lightweight blue fabric for the ocean percussion instruments the book The Rainbow Fish by Marcus PfisterMusic suggestion Waterfall musicAction poem The Fisherman...
...What you need Two or three children one very large cardboard box string cardboard yoghurt pots and coloured cellophane masking tape PVA glue household paint brushes, sponges and rollers Water-based paint in a variety of sea shades aprons...
...What you need large, clean bottles with the labels removed. Try to get them without ribs or other indentations, so that the items inside can move around freely. Ideally you need one bottle for each child fine aquarium gravel small shells...
...Before You Go Talk with the children about their experiences of going to the beach. Look at pictures, books and photographs with different beach and sea shore features. sandy beaches rock pools harbours sand dunes cliffs Talk about tides...
...What you need a box for treasure old, cheap or toy jewellery, coins etc. for treasure the book What’s Under the Sea? (Usborne Pocket Science) a toy submarine (if possible) goggles, masks, snorkels etc.Music suggestion The Yellow Submarine...