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...What you need 2 or 3 tables, ideally round but rectangular will be fine paint aprons (ideally old shirts, as they cover more!) a bucket filled with warm soapy water towelsWhat you do Before the activity: Take everything outside, ready...
...What are they learning? Explore ice and snow by constructing cold worlds in different places and with different materials.What you need ice cubes, lumps of ice, ice shapes cushion filling or ‘instant snow’ model boats small world animals...
...What you need a water tray old tea towels a long length of fabric (an old bed sheet is ideal) a short length of wood (a chopped curtain pole or broom handle is ideal) thick string (optional) a bucket and access to an outside tapWhat you do...
...What are they learning? Celebrate your own or someone else’s birthday by making or decorating cakes. If the children are going to eat food used for this activity, use a special ‘for food’ Tuff Spot. Don't use this special Tuff Spot...
...What are they learning? Make your own jungle and go exploring or on a small world safari.What you need house plants pebbles, grass, soil, sand and twigs hanging basket moss small world people and jungle animals a shallow trayWhat you do...
...What are they learning? Water, straws and food colouring bring a familiar story to life while washing an elephant!What you need plastic straws, all sizes food colouring (optional) bubble mixture or washing-up liquid the story of ‘Elmer...
...What are they learning? Go exploring in this homemade moonscape.What you need shaving foam kitchen roll tubes and other recycled materials paper, paint, glue small world space people and equipment building bricksWhat you do You could use...
...What you need a selection of music from a variety of different genres writing implements – crayons, thick pens etc. large sheets of paper tables (one per child) a music player and a mix of different styles of musicWhat you do Before...