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...What are they learning? Another story which links with a maths topic on size, or a day and night topic. Many children will empathise with the little bear who is afraid of the dark. Exploring scary feelings in safe surroundings...
...What are they learning? This box is easy for children to carry around as they play, and the contents can all be bought from DIY shops. The bucket can also be used to hold water or paint. You could cover the outside with pictures and photos...
...What are they learning? This rucksack can be easily transported by the children. Keep it on a hook near the door, where they can see it as they go out, and help themselves to it. The contents will encourage them to keep a tally...
...What are they learning? A big plastic box, or a baby bath is a good thing to use for this activity. You can get boxes cheaply from bargain shops or DIY stores. The story is about a boat ride that gets more and more complicated. It’s good...
...What are they learning? A useful bag for introducing PSED activities into morning registration, whether this is done by an adult or the children register themselves. Asking how a child feels will tell you what sort of day to expect –...
...What are they learning? This box encourages fine motor skills and promotes the finger strength and dexterity needed for early writing skills to develop.What you need a mat to tip the contents out on to and some of the following: light...
...What are they learning? Search for some small sets of drawers or make your own for this new version of initial sound collection. You could use plywood drawers from craft shops or plastic drawers from DIY stores. Younger children could use...
...What are they learning? Children love to explore their environment. Even in a city, a Foundation Stage garden is full of wildlife, surprises and new things. This rucksack will encourage children to search for and nurture the wildlife around...
...What are they learning? You can use a character familiar to the children to introduce this theme. Postman Pat is a well loved character, and may tempt even reluctant role players to join in. Putting the activity in a large sack makes...
...What are they learning? This lovely story lends itself to lots of tactile experiences. Children love the hunt trail and the onomatopoeic words describing the journey. Make this series of boxes for some experiential small world play.What you...