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Hi

I have planned to cover positional/directional language linked to 'We're Going on a Bear Hunt'. I was just wondering what lovely ideas you could add to my week as you all come up with such fab things to do!

(I have a FS2 class.)

Thanks

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I used to play a game with our nursery's "Scruffy Dog", playing hide and seek and giving children ideas about where he could be found - behind the sand tray, on top of the shelves, etc.etc. - and then encouraging them to hide him and give the clues to check their usage of the language. They always enjoyed that game. :o

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We put hoops on the floor in a grid pattern (3 x3 to strat with) and one child was the remote control toy and another had the control.Which ever hoop the child choose to start in we placed a target star in another hoop and the second child had to direct the first child to it- 1 forward,3 sideward etc. Once they got the hang of it we made it more difficult wiht more hoops (4x4) and introduce 'stories' that meant having to complete a task before going to base. eg child was the bee and she had to collect the flower before going to the hive.

I have an action rhyme that counts to 10 using direction but its at work.I will look it up

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