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...What you need A collection of different leaves including: simple leaves such as beech, hazel or willow and compound leaves such as horse chestnut, ash or sycamore pine tree needles leaves with stripes and patterns - grasses, cyclamen...
...What you need Recorded music or access to YouTube – see ‘Songs and music’ Real leaves Red, yellow, orange and brown felt leaves attached to ribbons or coloured silk scarves Saree or small parachuteWhat you do Music makers Sit the children...
...What you need a selection of leaves from bushes, trees, plants, weeds and grasses magnifying glasses crayons, pencils and pens thin paper clipboards and pegsKeywords shape colour sections edges shiny smooth bumpy stalk veins dark/light...
... BrushesWhat you do Method one Place leaves vein-side up and flowers bloom-side up on the work surface, and cover them with a thin layer of paint. Place the leaf or flower paint-side up onto a piece of scrap paper. Take a second piece of paper...
...What are they learning? ‘Conkers, twigs and leaves’ shows how natural materials can be used to support many areas of mathematical development in your setting.Keywords conkers twigs leaves more count number sort less size shape colour...
...Helpful hints This activity can also be completed in the setting's garden or outside area, or the local park. Children can also collect leaves at home or on their way to school, or practitioners can take children on a local walk where...
...Introduction This activity puts a twist on the classic snow globe. Children create globes that mimic the way leaves fall from the trees in autumn. It is a great talking point for children because it encourages them to talk about what...
...What you need Small group of children aprons A2 sheets of orange/dark blue/ grey/light blue card brown crêpe paper a tray of dry autumn leaves pink and white tissue paper different shades of green paper water based paint in a range...
...What you need a variety of salad leaves 200ml water 200ml olive oil 55ml white vinegar 1 teaspoon mixed herbs (or 1 tablespoon of fresh herbs)What you do You can make a good and varied leaf salad from a bag of Baby Leaf or Continental...
... walk around the gardens or a local park. Make sure all children are wearing warm, waterproof clothes and suitable footwear. Enjoy jumping in puddles and kicking leaves. Listen to the sounds as the water splashes and the leaves scrunch...