Activity Plan

Homemade Playdough; no cook, no tartar, no hassle

Making homemade playdough saves money, and means that as soon as your existing supplies go past the point of no return, you can bin them and start again. Involving children in making their homemade playdough is also a great activity in and of itself.

Best Practice

Promoting British Values: Rule of Law

Here's how to implement the government's requirement to teach the concept of the 'Rule of Law' as part of 'Promoting British Values'

Activity Plan

My Home: Sharing Yourself With Others

Here's an idea for encouraging children to share with others about their home life as well as trusting them to be responsible for borrowed items.

Best Practice

Promoting British Values: Democracy

Here's how to implement the government's requirement to teach the concept of Democracy as part of 'Promoting British Values'

Case Study

Early Years Diary 2 - Covid's Impact on Children in Setting

In October's edition of the Early Years Diary, Anna McCallum thinks about the impact of the current crisis on the children in our settings.

Activity Plan

Starry Night Inspiration

When you think of a Van Gogh activity, "Sunflowers" - the classic masterpiece studied by students throughout their education - probably comes to mind. Here, his equally exquisite "Starry Night" is used as the basis for children's creative expression

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