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...Double-sided tapeShower curtainsTraysPegs and clipsFabricsStoolsBattens and cup hooksGarden canes‘Hard as Nails’ glue...
...Most of the basic resources are best purchased from an educational supplies catalogue, but check the prices as they vary, and club together with other settings to make sure you get the best deal.Some sites worth visiting Brusho: water based...
...What you need food colouring liquid starch shallow containers brushesWhat you do Mix some starch and food colouring together in a container. Make several colours. Paint away! Colours will be specially brightWhat you need a frosty day...
...Painting on bread......and painted toast...
...What you need paint (ready mixed or powder) flat, smooth surface paper aprons a bowl of warm water to wash feetWhat you do Offer several colours of paint for the children to choose from. Spoon some paint onto a flat surface and paint away...
...What you need snow! warm weatherproof clothes spare wellies so that everyone can join in mark making tools – sticks, pebbles, small wheels etc. a tuff spot (builders’ plastic tray) small plastic containers, bowls and spoonsWhat you do Make...
...What you need a piece of board - MDF, plywood or chipboard bulldog clips or pegs thin paints scoops, spoons or pipettesWhat you do Preparation Find a way of propping the board securely, against a box, stool or other heavy object. Clip a big...
...What you need access to a light box transparent, translucent and opaque objects and papers Safety Supervise use of electrical equipment and make sure it is PAT tested. You can see through transparent objects. Translucent objects let light...
...What you need damp sand in a sand tray or shallow containers mark making tools such as rakes, cutlery, cookie cutters, pencils, sticks and twigs, playdough tools, beakers, shells, bowls, sand moulds and ropeWhat you do Preparation Let...