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...Introduction Introduce children to the festival of Chinese New Year. Read or tell children the story of ‘The Great Race’. This explains the story behind the Emperor and the Chinese Zodiac.What you need A picture book that tells the story...
...What you need Winter coats Mittens/gloves Scarves Hats BootsWhat you do Talk about the cold weather and how it is important to wrap up warm before going outside to play. Ask the children if they can put on their own coat independently...
...Introduction Use this clever Advent calendar made from a snowman paper chain to count down the days to Christmas with the children in your setting. Each day ask a child to remove one of the links from the chain. As the snowman shrinks...
...The North Wind Doth Blow The north wind doth blow, And we shall have snow, And what will the robin do then, Poor thing? He’ll sit in the barn, And keep himself warm, And tuck his head under his wing, Poor thine.The Oak and the Ash...
...Introduction This activity helps children to remember where all the ingredients needed to make pancakes come from. In relay teams, they collect the ingredients as quickly as possible and use them to take part in a pancake race. Then,...
...Introduction Help children to create special time capsules filled with photographs, pictures, objects and other artefacts collected throughout the year. This is a great opportunity for children to have time to think about key events...
...Introduction In this activity children fill balloons with water to create large ice cubes. The children will have the opportunity to observe how the liquid changes state when it transforms from water into ice. They will also get a clear...
...What you need carrier bags and boxes gifts and toys a book such as Lily and the Present by Christine Ross (Methuen Young Books) small mats or carpet tiles some chairs a tambourine or drumMusic suggestion A high engergy piece of music witha...
...Introduction Latkes are traditionally eaten on Hanukkah. In this activity children make paper latkes and have fun trying to flip them over. This is a great activity for promoting the development of balance, hand-eye coordination, and fine...
...What you need a Christmas cracker tree and other decorations, such as a Christmas fairy, a bauble, a toy soldier and a spinning top a book such as The Night Before Christmas by Clement C Moore small mats or carpet tiles a tambourineMusic...