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One child has to find a hidden object, the others make sounds that are either loud if the child is getting close, or quiet if they are moving away. o Look out for songs that use the children's names. Painting o Use trays of paint with the primary colours on them - this avoids washing up pots of paint and also helps children learn to mix colours. o Use brushes of different sizes, especially large ones. o Give children opportunities to paint on a large scale and also to paint together. Modelling o Look out for good quality junk!
If a child has only ever experienced being with a family member or has had an unhappy experience, the process will take longer. o Never let a parent 'do a runner'. It only stores up problems for the future as the child learns to cling more to prevent the parent from going off. o Think about what children learn during a visit. Some children learn that they like school or nursery because it is a place where mummy or daddy plays with them. They then get a nasty shock when their parent leaves! o Make sure that children have got to know one member of staff well before being left.
These are useful if someone else is to carry out an activity that you have planned. Students often need to produce these as part of their coursework. Some settings develop a bank of these plans. o Daily and weekly plans - show the 'batting order' of the day or week and contain details. They are probably the most useful plans of all. Make sure that you jot things onto these plans that you are likely otherwise to forget! Staffing, curriculum objectives and the needs of individual children can all be put on these plans.
101 Essential Lists for the Early Years by Penny Tassoni