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...Links with the EYFS To listen carefully To find rhyming words To continue a string of rhyming wordsWhat you need a rhyming book such as “Mr Brown Can Moo, Can You?” or “Pass the Jam Jim”Keywords same/different rhyme/rhyming sound first...
...Links with the EYFS To listen to and describe sounds To investigate and try out their own ideas To play alongside othersWhat you need boxes, tins & containers different sorts of paper bubble wrap, sticks, spoons coins, pasta, riceKeywords...
...Group size Three or four childrenWhat you need an assortment of objects from around the home, such as pen, newspaper, TV remote control, telephone, sponge, hairbrush, toothpaste, keys, spanner, sticky tape and so on. Try to include...
...Group size Two childrenWhat you need two drawstring bags two each of a selection of everyday objects, such as ball, shoe, keys, book, spoon, brick, sponge, brush etc.Helpful hints Use pillowcases as feely bags for larger objectsWhat you do...
...Links with the EYFS To test out ideas To question why things happen & how things work To talk about past experiences What you could useWhat you need colanders, droppers, tubes bottles, containers, hose water wheels, funnels, lids sponges...
...What you need sticky labels name cards pens bricks (plastic ones work well) sand and sand tray Write each child’s name on several labels or you could use the computer to print the labels.Helpful hints Use an indellible marker pen...
...Links with the EYFS To distinguish between and identify sounds To continue a rhyming stringWhat you need a big space outsideKeywords click, clank ring, ting rustle crinkle pop, bang jingleWhat you do Take a walk around the garden or outside...
...Links with the EYFS To listen to and identify familiar sounds To recall a sequence of sounds To speak clearly and take turnsWhat you need dried pasta, bowl, spoon jug of water and bowl pots and pans, cutlery box of cereal, clock...
...Links with the EYFS To listen and repeat short rhythmic patterns To use words to describe sounds and rhythm To take turnsWhat you need a clock with a loud tick kitchen timer wind up musical toy music boxKeywords close far louder quieter...
...Group size Four childrenWhat you need Post-it notes, or a message pad old envelopes pensHelpful hints Have a brainstorming session to list possible resources and ideas for mark making. Get started with booking forms, till receipts...