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...Introduction Using sprays will strengthen fingers, hands and wrists. It is fun too!What you need Some small spray bottles (make sure they are easy to squeeze and check that the trigger isn't too far away for small hands to grip and squeeze)...
...Introduction This activity is a great opportunity for some outdoor creativity exploration. Children can create beautiful artwork using food colouring and puddles. Talk to them about the different colours they can see and watch them swirl...
...What you need a bowl or bath on a table, a water trolley or deepish puddle collected rain or tap water a basket of items to experiment with. Some ideas – corks, plastic bottles with tops, stones and pebbles, leaves, wooden and plastic...
...What you need A selection of cleaning materials e.g. cleaning cloths, scourers, wire wool pads, dish brushes Plastic bowls or plates (prepared with dried-on porridge) Spoons (prepared with dried-on porridge) Washing up bowl Washing up...
...What you need a collection of bottles of different shapes and sizes to use as a starting point and for children to use for free play and discussion empty plastic bottles – five or six of the same size and type for the task water and water...
...What you need two or three of the following additives – sand, bubbles, washing-up liquid, glitter, food colouring, tissues, dry pasta, dry spaghetti, dried peas, paint, gravel or flour wet path, small puddle or container of rain magnifying...
...What are they learning? Water wheels and dripping waterWhat you need water tray water wheels pipes watering cans empty plastic boxes and other containersKeywords trickle fill full empty flow spray move pour up down funnel pattern ripples...
...What you need a water tray, bath or other receptacle a board or bath rack at one end will make a shelf to put things on whiteboards and clipboards and pens spoons scoops jugs cups and mugs plastic bottles in various sizes (try to get some...
...What you need umbrellas (different sizes, colours and types) wellington boots raincoats pop-up tents and tunnels plastic bottles and funnels for rain gauges sieves, colanders and nets clear plastic sheeting to make shelters mirrors...
...What you need a bag of clay a large tray, a baby bath or a water trolley small plastic jugs, bottles and hand sprays newspaper or a supply of old towels.Helpful hints This activity is much better done outdoors – then the children can really...