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...Introduction Have fun around Midsummer Day (June 24th) collecting different loose parts and materials to create a midsummer collage, inspired by John Clare's Midsummer Cushions.What you need Green fabric, felt or cardboard square Loose...
...What you need Fish shape templates and pictures Paper Crayons Cellophane Sticky paper Sticky tape ScissorsBefore you start Explain that ‘Poisson d’Avril’ means April Fish. Remind the children to be careful and not too rough during...
...What you need Images of The Cutty Sark and other sailing ships Balsa wood Corks Plastic tubs, lids and trays Lolly sticks, wooden kebab sticks Fabric Paper Scissors Masking tape Hammer and nails String StrawsWhat you do Show children images...
...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 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 Use this clever Advent calendar made from a snowman paper chain to count down the days to Christmas with the children in your setting. Each day ask a child to remove one of the links from the chain. As the snowman shrinks...
...What you need A selection of picture books Cardboard boxes or other packaging Paint Collage materials White cardboard Scissors Black marker penWhat you do Invite children to come to school dressed up as their favourite book character...
...What you need Black or dark blue backing paper A list of ‘goals’ Coloured card board Pencils Scissors Pens Sequins, sticky stars, shiny paperWhat you do Talk about the children's goals for the new term or year. What do they hope to be able...
...Introduction The month of Ramadan is an important time in the Muslim calendar. Celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the ‘breaking of the fast’, at the end of the month of Ramadan, by cooking and sharing some vegetable samosas with the children at your...