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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...
...What you need Pieces of card, about 10cm (4 inches) square Felt pens Pairs of photos of faces with angry and happy facesBefore you start Take photos of the children and adults in your setting to use in this game. Ask them to make a cross...
...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 –...
...What you need good, strong voices! space for everyone to jump and move aroundWhat you do Chant this song and perform the actions. Perform the actions clearly and distinctly: Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear Teddy bear, Teddy bear Turn around. (walk...
...What you need a white board or chalk board whiteboard pens or chalks beaters and drums – one for each childWhat you do Explain to the children that a drawn dot represents a sharp, quick beat. A dash represents a long beat. Let the children...
...What you need a small parachute a big space card and felt pensKeywords morning afternoon evening time night daytime night-timeWhat you do Money Bingo Make some Bingo cards and boards with coins on them. You can make your own with sticky...
...What you need Suitable music to jive to!What you do To perform this simple hand jive you need to master three simple moves. Slap knees Hand clap Thumbs up over shoulder To perform the jive, seat the children either on chairs...
...What you need No special equipmentWhat you do Start with a circle and establish a rhythm by clapping gently before you start the rhyme. Explain that the game is an echo game – they need to listen to you and repeat what you say, only...
...What you need a large spaceWhat you do Teach the sequence of dance steps to the children. The moves: Wiggle (wiggle your whole body) Stretch (arms up high, wave hands) Step (take one step). Then put the moves together into a dance. Wiggle...