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Creative Play Ideas

Hidden Pieces Play

Today Miss Aria (4) took control of our activity. I talked her through each step but she prepared it all herself. We used a collection of our Small Blocks and some Peg People; she wrapped each piece in tin foil and then placed them standing in an egg tray inside our Kmart Play Tray. We then presented the activity to Miss Kova (1) and Miss Harley (2) - Aria still got involved in the playing portion too! Through this hidden pieces play activity Aria is learning to take control of her learning; she is showing authority and following directions. Miss...

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Sticky Note Fun

Today a super duper activity for Miss Kova (1) - post it notes stuck on the wall at her height. Instantly Kova was drawn to the bright pink squares of paper, she looked and touched, noticed they werent completly flat against the wall she moved her fingers to grab the paper and slowly riped it off the wall. Excited she giggled and repeated the process over and over again before suddenly stopping. Watching from behind her I noticed one of the notes had re-stuck on the wall on its fall to the ground; she looked and considered for a bit...

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Christmas Eve Roasting Marshmellows by Candlelight

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Abstract Paper Strip Art

Today I cut some paper strips and the girls used them to make abstract art. Miss Aria (4) worked out that she could use the strips to make letters & Miss Harley (2) was right into the glueing part of the activity. Miss Kova (1) had a play around with strips on the paper too. This activity is really focusing on developing children’s creativity and expression; as well as making use of their fine motor skills and general coordination skills.

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Frozen Wool Rounds

Today Miss Kova (1) and Miss Harley (2) explored some frozen rounds with wool frozen through it. I used a muffin tray to create the rounds and used one long string of wool which tied all the rounds together. The girls loved exploring this, trying to untie the collection, and noticing as the ice melted and the string became free. This was a great activity which had elements of sensory play, science exploration, cause and effect knowledge, gross motor skills, and promoted use of problem solving skills. 

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