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...What you need Thick log Other found or natural materials (see below) Hand drill Four red candles Snow spray paint, glitter Glue, garden wireBefore you start Go on a winter gathering walk with the children to find some suitable logs along...
...What are they learning? Reading ‘Winter Stars’ by Shirley Hughes is a good opportunity to think about shapes in the environment, draw children’s attention to the stars in the night sky and to experience using recipes and instructions...
...What are they learning? ‘A Winter Walk’ is an opportunity to see how the local environment changes during the winter and to look at the ways we use ICT to keep people and traffic safe in cold, dull weather.Keywords Winter traffic see red...
...What are they learning? ‘Winter weaving’ will provide the opportunities for children to explore texture, colour and materials on a large scale.Keywords weave join colour shape line fabric ribbon plastic materials tools frame seasonsGetting...
...What you need a large container, washing basket or box winter clothing such as coats, warm socks, hats, ear warmers pairs of gloves and socks equal number of scarves, and hatsWhat you do Gather the clothes together and place on floor...
... the winter and early spring. Talk to the children about why you might want to feed the birds and about the characteristics of bird feeders - shape, size, materials and colour. The very youngest children will design and make products which...
... or forks, metal piping, sieves, whisks, and more – if possible, suspended on a metal frame. Let the children explore the delicate, tinkling, tapping, rattly, bright sounds to create their own musical winter wonderland. Moving to music Play ‘The...
...What you need 4 empty yoghurt pots or margarine tubs 4 pieces of string approximately 25cm in length solid white vegetable fat (you will need 1 part fat to 2 parts bird seed) bird seed (available at garden centres and supermarkets) a big...
...What you need 7 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon margarine 1 medium-sized or 2 small parsnips 2 cups plain flour 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda 1 cup sugar 1/3 cup raisins 1/5 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon finely grated...
...What are they learning? ‘Christmas shapes’ uses a winter festival to provide opportunities for developing children’s knowledge and understanding of shapes. You could use the same ideas for problem solving, reasoning and numeracy when you...