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...Introduction Using a variety of different materials to create firework pictures and handheld model sparklers means that very young children can enjoy firework fun, indoors and outdoors, at any time of year and without any health and safety...
...Introduction Introduce children to the festival of Chinese New Year. Read or tell children the story of ‘The Great Race’. This explains the story behind the Emperor and the Chinese Zodiac.What you need A picture book that tells the story...
...What you need Squirty paints Roll of bubble wrap Painting aprons White paperWhat you do Talk about Holi, the ‘festival of colours’, with the children. There are lots of great resources with easily accessible information and useful images...
...Introduction In this activity children create Christmas decorations using wooden clothes pegs, paint and other craft materials. They can be given to parents or carers as gifts. These Christmas pegs can be easily attached to Christmas trees,...
...Introduction Make some small bread rolls in the shape of hedgehogs, creating spines using scissors and with raisins for eyes. A delicious Autumn snack to share together!What you need Small hedgehog toy (optional) 350 grams of strong white...
...Introduction Mother Goose Day is celebrated on the 1st May. It is a great opportunity to introduce and familiarise children in your setting with different nursery rhymes. Nursery rhymes are a great resource for aiding reading development...
...Introduction Father's Day is celebrated every year on a Sunday in June. (The date changes each year, so check online to find out when it falls this year). Create an interactive card with extendable arms that are big enough to give Dad a hug...
...Introduction This activity promotes talk about keeping safe around fireworks and sparklers. Help children to choose some safety rules that they can memorise, write and display on a poster around your setting.What you need Pictures...
...Introduction Go outside on a wet day and use chalk to draw some shapes on the ground. The colours of the chalk will show up more vividly in the water. Invite children to run around the space freely, jumping inside the different shapes. Make...
...Introduction Paint wintry pictures of snowflakes using a special paint mixture formed from sugar and water. Add some glitter for extra sparkle. Challenge children to try and make their snowflakes symmetrical.What you need Icing sugar Water...