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... or a dancer wearing ballet slippers. Story break – Read or tell the story up to where Cinderella is left at home when her ugly sisters go to the ball. Greetings your majesty – Ask one child to sit on a special chair or ‘throne’ with their back...
...What are they learning? Adding and subtracting; being involved; concentratingWhat you need A large puppet or soft toy toad or frog with an opening mouth (preferably with a zip) A collection of ten or twenty plastic bugs (as appropriate)What...
...What are they learning? Numbers in order; keeping on tryingWhat you need A number line with pictorial clues or real object cluesWhat you do Revisit counting to a particular pattern, e.g. clapping and saying one number for each clap. Be very...
...What are they learning? Adding and subtracting; taking turnsWhat you need A basket of assorted interesting items, both natural and manufactured – the emphasis being on ‘interesting’. The basket should contain items that children recognise...
...What are they learning? Recognising numerals; thinking of ideasWhat you need A digital camera Images of local buses and bus stops, or car registration platesWhat you do Where possible, arrange for pairs of children to go for a short walk...
...What are they learning? Position, direction and movement; making decisions about how to approach a taskWhat you need A favourite toy, e.g. Fred the Ted A digital cameraWhat you do Ensure that the children are familiar with the use...
...What are they learning? 2D shape names; being involved; concentratingWhat you need A tray 2D triangles, squares, rectangles and circles in different colours, sizes and/or textures A cloth or teatowelWhat you do Spread out the 2D shapes...
...What are they learning? Multiplying and dividing; changing strategy as neededWhat you need A collection of assorted pairs of gloves – including stretchy ‘magic gloves’, mittens, oven gloves, gardening gloves and rubber glovesWhat you do...
...Focus Counting, calculating, making decisions.What you need Five small paper plates labelled ‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’, ‘d’ and ‘e’ In a basket, five apples, five plastic bears, five crayons, five dinosaurs and five elephants – or alternative objects...
...What are they learning? Experiencing position, direction and movement; making decisions about how to approach a taskWhat you need Local map Clipboards Digital camera or tablet with cameraWhat you do In a small group, discuss...