Here are our table top activities for this week…
These activities are linked to our gap analysis assessment (taken from baseline at the mo)
These activities are set up in the classroom first thing in the morning- and stay out for the first session.
Giant polydron: it has been lovely to play alongside the children here in their construction area. Lots of children drew plans of what they were going to build/had built. It was a useful tool to have the clipboards and crayons as an enhancement
Mark making on mirrors proved to be a real hit this week!
Inspired by stimulating learning with Rachel https://www.facebook.com/162317827297284/timeline/story?ut=43&wstart=0&wend=1441090799&hash=-7784684924675874999&pagefilter=3
The children have loved mark making in the glitter using paint brushes or their fingers
Chalk and pastel shapes- we are going to attach these together vertically to create hanging mobiles (watch this space) this activity was great not only for shape recognition and colour but also for children to practice their skills of resilience. It took a lot of patience and effort to complete the whole shape
We keep our linked provision for two weeks, but change and adapt as needed throughout the fortnight
You wake up on a Saturday morning still wearing a gorgeous bracelet a child has made you out of ribbon and beads and it’s so tight it has made your arm red and slightly swollen!!!
Gotta love my job!
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Happy Saturday from a very rainy West Sussex xxx