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... cheering for team mates! Use the boiled eggs to have team ramp races. See whose egg gets down a ramp the quickest! The shells do tend to get smashed so do this activity after any others you have planned!Ready for more? Easter Egg Hunt – prior...
...Focus Make a garden for an Easter egg hunt and wait for the Easter Bunny to come!What you need a builder’s tray or equivalent greengrocer’s grass or real turf, gravel, stones, small logs and bark silk, plastic or real flowers twigs,...
...What you need some decorated eggs to look at foil covered mini eggs, a basket some clues in an envelope a template or sponge shape to make rabbit footprints NB check the ingredients, some contain nuts!Keywords Easter chocolate eggs...
...What you need maps and plans resource trolley or a large sheet of paper and writing tools six plastic Easter eggs (available from discount shops at Easter) large number tiles numbered 1-6: hopscotch floor tiles are ideal six small bowls...
...Introduction Celebrate Easter by creating patterned eggs for the children to treasure. In this activity the children will have to follow instructions, observe the process that is taking place and also see how heat can produce a permanent...
...Introduction Make a Spring tree to decorate your setting and stimulate writing activities. Hang Easter eggs with letters and cvc words hidden inside, make flowers with letters on the petals, and add birds with words written on their wings....
...What you need a box of chocolates or a filled Easter egg small mats or carpet tiles a tambourineMusic suggestion Just a Spoonful of Sugar from Mary PoppinsAction poems Five Little Eggs Crackly EggWhat you say Follow your chosen warm-up...
... activity for Mothers’ Day, Easter, Divali, Eid etc. so children can make their own cards – much more fun than all making the same card. Include this activity in a theme or topic about babies, hospitals, homes and families. Encourage children...
... (Impatiens) Flaming Katy (Kalanchoe) Geranium (Pelargonium) Peace lily (Spathyphillum) Christmas pepper (Capsicum) Winter cherry (Solanum) Christmas or Easter CactusSomething unusual Bryophyllum - little plantlets grow on the edges of the leaves...
... sizes. A variety of pens and pencils.Ready for more? Make a simple sorting office. Number some envelopes and match them to numbered shoeboxes. Use your Post Office play to celebrate festivals when cards are traditionally sent; Diwali, Passover, Hanukkah, Eid, Christmas and Easter....