Paint, stick, collage, model, create, glue, join, change, feel, texture, wet, soft, hard, lumpy, squidgy, press, squash, pat, print, stamp, roll, mix
- Be responsive to children’s interests and needs
- Set clear boundaries
- Offer support where needed
Dressing up unit: various outfits and accessories including different uniforms associated with jobs, multi-cultural costumes.
Writing skills: pencils, note books, clipboards, clothes pegs and line
Reading: Posters and books to support role play
Technology: Mobile phones, cameras, walkie talkies….
multiple role play areas set up to extend and enhance children’s imagination i.e. home & shop
Pretend, role, character, setting
Vocabulary linked to occupations and resources used for particular role play scenarios: garage, café, vets
Naming objects available in role play scenarios
- Support children’s play by following their lead and challenge their thinking with open questions
- Model play in role play areas to help children who have no previous knowledge of areas to understand how to use them
Circle dancing, running, chasing games
Large construction resources – crates, tyres, bricks, logs, guttering, planks
Large scale mark making – fence painting, chalk boards, large painting sheets
Run, skip, jump, hop, climb, throw, kick, balance, slide, roll, bounce, shuffle, aim, target, race, build, construct, lift, carry, over, under, between, through, next to.
- Support children through encouragement to reach their potential