By Wendy Bowkett
Containing over 70 tried-and-tested actions, actions for person studying via form and color is a pragmatic source which takes a cross-curricular thematic procedure and makes use of the topics of form and color to discover the Early Years origin degree (EYFS). This thematic process saves instruction and educating time for practitioners and offers kids with more suitable and fascinating actions. It additionally familiarises young ones with the extra refined cross-curricular initiatives they'll stumble upon within the fundamental institution. actions are clustered round specific shapes and hues and every set of actions is obviously associated with the EYFS Early studying targets. actions for person studying via form and color is a hugely sensible necessary source booklet for all early years practitioners.
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To add a bit of fun to the end, we allowed the winner to jump into the stream and paddle back to the beginning again, ‘splashing’ everyone still on stepping stones. Try alternative versions with coloured stones and a colour dice to move across the stream. You may want to use only three colours and alter the dice accordingly, or add comments like ‘Move to the next blue stone’ or ‘Jump over the next stone’ to vary the game. TIP If ﬂoor space is limited and your stream narrow, use a dice with just one or two dots on it so that the game is not over too quickly.
28 Semi-circle activity page 26 PART 1 SHAPE Section 2 Circle 29 27 PART 1 SHAPE Section 2 Circle Semi-circle fun The ‘Semi-circle activity page’ is for comparing and matching, estimating and measuring. The page can be photocopied, preferably onto card: cut out each semi-circle for use in any of the following activities. All the semi-circles have a matching half which will make a complete circle, the idea is to find the pairs. Separate the semi-circles so that they are arranged haphazardly on a table.
Why not try the game outdoors? We used coloured plastic hula-hoops to get across the stream. The advantage of hoops is that more than one child can stand in them. One day, rather than use a dice, we threw beanbags into the hoops. As long as the beanbag landed in any hoop, the child could step over into it. Throwing and aiming skills improved tremendously! 28 Semi-circle activity page 26 PART 1 SHAPE Section 2 Circle 29 27 PART 1 SHAPE Section 2 Circle Semi-circle fun The ‘Semi-circle activity page’ is for comparing and matching, estimating and measuring.
Activities for Individual Learning through Shape and Colour: Resources for the Early Years Practitioner by Wendy Bowkett