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...Introduction Encourage children to work collaboratively to create slideshows displaying photographs of what they have been learning in the setting. This is a great way for children to share about a book they have read, things they have made...
...What are they learning? A fun way to countWhat you need counting bricks imagination!Keywords listen look count one to tenWhat you do Build a tower from one to ten, counting as you do so. Now get the children to count the bricks using...
...Introduction This activity ensures that children relate to all the others in the class or group, by mixing them up randomly.What you need A photo of each of the children in the group A photo of each adult playing the gameBefore you start...
...Introduction Children find apologizing a very difficult skill to learn. Practising this during a story that involves someone else can often help, but needs to be reinforced in many different ways.What you need A large puppet, soft toy...
...Introduction Copying sounds, particularly the sound of voices, is a great way to help children co-ordinate their ears and brains. In addition to this, echo games also help with: speech articulation; sound discrimination; concentration...
...Introduction A mood board is an arrangement of images, materials, pieces of text, etc. intended to evoke or project a particular mood. Mood Boards are a good way to focus on one feeling at a time. The seven most important positive feelings...
...Introduction This game uses the very simple game of pelmanism to encourage the matching of words or letters, and later, develop sight reading them. This is a fantastic game to help to develop focus and concentration. Children turn two cards...
...Introduction Children will love to design their own fruit smoothies using hand blenders and juicers to create different taste combinations. In this activity children learn how to use everyday tools safely and for a purpose. Close adult...
...What are they learning? Attention skills through mark makingWhat you need selection of mark making objects selection of paper – different sizes, colours, textures envelopes and labels used stamps (or make your own on the computer!)Keywords...
...Group size 6-10 playersWhat you need A beanbag for each team A marker/cone for each teamHow to play Two teams line up one behind the other. On your signal, the first player in each team runs, hops, walks or strides (or any other method...