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...What are they learning? ‘Sounds of Summer’ is an opportunity for children to use their sense of hearing to notice and recognise different natural and man-made sounds in the environment around them.Keywords ear sound noisy tape recorder...
...Ready for more? Read through the complete rap and talk about different verses. Add taps, claps or stamps to the beat of the rap. Try singing together the purple first line to the tune of famous song ‘We’re all going on a summer holiday’....
...What are they learning? ‘A Summer Walk’ will give children lots of opportunities to use their powers of observation to look for shadows and to go on a ‘smell safari’ to try to identify the smells of summer.Keywords Summer shadow dark nose...
...What you need a large shallow cardboard box to fit 12 or 24 empty orange juice cartons PVA glue spreaders magnifying glasses collections of natural objects such as shells, pebbles, rocks, feathers, leaves, seeds, nuts Safety note: younger...
...What are they learning? ‘Off to the beach’ is a ‘Design and Make’ activity which links with going on holiday or out for the day.Keywords trip holiday journey beach pack carry material handle size shape strong joinGetting started When you...
...What you need materials to make cards, letters and invitations pictures of dads and grandads stories about children and their fathers a camera for the partyKeywords Dad/Daddy Grandad family invitation celebration special love present card...
... sugar or more water if necessary. Chill the lemonade or add ice cubes and enjoy a tangy drink.Ready for more? Use carbonated water for a fizzy lemonade. Make summer fruit drinks, combining two or three fruit juices together...
...What you need small sticks and twigs; string, raffia or elastic bands white tissue paper very liquid white glue and brushes flowers, petals, leaves and grass Thanks to Slough Centre Day Nursery, where I saw this idea.What you do Tie three...
... mixGetting started The activities in the Summer season topic introduce a range of different opportunities for children to explore their world using their senses. You can continue to develop this theme in ‘Still life’. You will already have looked...
...What you need A local park with a safe playground Picnic food, rugs Appropriate clothes for hot weather Junk modelling equipmentWhat you do Choose a suitable park, field or garden to walk to for your picnic. Show the children where...