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...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...
...Focus Classifying, sorting, counting, adding, subtracting and being involved.What you need Some unfamiliar trucks and cars and some old favourites – ensure these include metal, plastic and wooden vehicles, which can be sorted in different...
...Focus Measures – weight; co-operating and finding new ways to do things.What you need A building site in the outdoor area – include hard hats, builders’ buckets, small buckets, shovels, spades, water, sand, pebbles, gravel, guttering...
...Focus Explaining and identifying patterns, using the language of measurement to describe size, and describing solutions to practical problems.What you need Skipping ropes, hoops Exercise mats, stopwatches, whistles, sand timers, mirror Head...
...What are they learning? 2D and 3D shape names; planning how to reach a goal; collaborationWhat you need Assorted small solid cubes, pyramids and cylinders Plain flour and water Mixing bowl and spoon Shallow trays A large piece of white...
...What are they learning? Pattern; making links and noticing patternsWhat you need An outdoor place large enough for a number of children to move around freelyWhat you do Give the children lots of opportunities to explore moving in different...
...What are they learning? 3D shape names and properties; choosing ways to do thingsWhat you need Several large identical cardboard boxes (one per group) Masking tape, scissors, glue Wallpaper and paste A floor coveringWhat you do Introduce...
...What are they learning? Pattern; descriptive language; making predictionsWhat you need A collection of interesting hats, with similarities between them Music and method of playingWhat you do Look at the hats together, taking time to discuss...
... and ceiling. (Remind them not to direct the sunlight at anything flammable for any length of time!) Challenge the children to get the sunlight to dance across the room using their mirror. When the children have played with and are becoming...
...What are they learning? Number; enjoying achieving what they set out to doWhat you need The ingredients for a fruit smoothie (the recipe below is for a strawberry smoothie, but adapt as required). This recipe makes drinks for four children,...