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...What you need a large spaceWhat you do Teach the sequence of dance steps to the children. The moves: Wiggle (wiggle your whole body) Stretch (arms up high, wave hands) Step (take one step). Then put the moves together into a dance. Wiggle...
...What are they learning? become familiar with descriptive language; recognise words that have the job of describing things; create a poem that uses describing words. Adjectives are words that describe things. I am blue. I am pointy. I am...
...What you need Dressing up party clothes Shiny and bright fabric scraps and collage materials Cut-out cardboard shapes of trousers, dresses and t-shirts GlueBefore you start Discussion: You are going to have a party. What will you wear...
...Poetry and song is something that people of all ages, and from all communities, enjoy. Young and old alike can benefit from sharing rhymes and enjoying each other’s company.See if you can visit a local home for the elderly, or a day...
...What you need thin card pens dough dough cutters and rollersWhat you do Make the sequencing card by dividing the card into 8 equal sections. Draw the following image – a different one in each section: Circular body, Head and body, Head...
...What you need Dressing up uniformsBefore you start Arrange the dressing up clothes so that they are clearly visible, and ask the children if they can name each one.What you do Follow on by looking at the different features of each uniform...
...What you need backing paper brown card yellow, orange, and red tissue paper glue and scissors sticking tapeWhat you do Using the brown card, cut out a cone shape. Trim the top point to create a volcano shape and use the sticking tape...
...What you need Flashcards showing pictures of large objects Flashcards showing pictures of small objectsBefore you start Introduce the concept of similes. With the children, compare the small items using the flash cards, then compare...
...What you need Real world objects Soft toys Dolls Construction toysBefore you start Ask the children to sit together on the carpet. Lay out your selection of real world objects and toys, carefully naming and describing each toy as you do...
...What are they learning? describe themselves create a poem about themselves. The person in the mirror has long hair. The person in the mirror has brown hair. The person in the mirror has brown eyes. The person in the mirror is wearing...