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...What they are learning In Personal, Social & Emotional Development to be confident to try new activities In Mathematics to use everyday words to describe position In Knowledge of the World to investigate objects & materials by using all...
...What you need big stones feathers bubbles a weight for scales paper cup leaves wood pieces paper gauze a paperweight a plastic bottle tissue paper a glass bottle an empty film can a can of beans an empty bean can a hardback book a paperback...
...What you need old cameras a school satchel a lavatory chain and handle bicycle clips fabric handkerchiefs old coins an apron braces or a snake belt a fountain pen baby toys and rattles old postcards old photos a locket an old telephone Old...
...All at sea shells swimsuit bucket pebbles arm bands a small world seaside scene beach ball small towel postcards flip flopsIt’s the bear hamper for a basket 2 plates and 2 cups a tablecloth food made from salt dough 2 teddies (big...
...What you need A collection of miniature objects such as: Doll's house furniture Small world toys Small dolls’ clothesBefore you start Discuss the key words with the children and examine the small objects you have collected.What you do...
...What you need easy-peel satsumas or oranges PVA glue liquid paints (pearlescent, gold, silver or bronze paints look very pretty) fine brushes or cotton budsWhat you do Carefully peel an orange so you have just one whole piece of skin...
...What you need 1 cup of salt 1 cup of sugar food colouring water empty squeezy bottles (from washing up liquid) funnelWhat you do Put the sugar and salt in the bottles, using the funnel. Top up with water and add food colouring. Put the top...
...What you need coloured paper scissors green garden sticks drawing pins or mapping pins with big headsWhat you do Cut squares from the paper. You could make patterns on the paper with crayons or chalk. Fold the square from corner to corner...
...Verse 1 Hey! My name’s Joe, I work in a button factory. I’ve got a wife and no kids. One day the boss said to me, He said ‘Joe, are you busy?’ I said ‘No’. He said ‘Put your finger on this button’. (Start thrusting arm forward with index...
...What you need No special equipmentWhat you do Here is a response rhyme: ADULT: Boom! CHILDREN: Boom! ADULT: Boom-chicka! CHILDREN: Boom-chicka! ADULT: Boom-chicka-rocka! CHILDREN: Boom-chicka-rocka! ADULT: Boom-chicka-rocka-chicka-rocka...