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HI

 

Do any of you have a rota for creative activities, cooking etc

wekk1 finger painting

week 2 blow painting and so on

 

and also other activiites

 

only we are finding that less and less of these activities are happening due to free play

 

thanks

 

sharon

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I don't think we use a rota but they just come about through adult led activities and extensions of the childrens interests

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We suggest them - a general 'does anyone fancy painting this morning? Shall we get paints out?' seems to do the trick - as you say, children can forget that thee activities exist!

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Could you do it as your keyworker group work?

I'm planning to try this in september; start in earnest to work to a plan rather than panic at end of term that I haven't seen children do specific things.

Sam

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Don't know if this will help........

 

We have either painting or junk modelling available at every session........children then decide whether or not to 'take part'......we do usually give a general 'call out' as the morning goes on "does anyone else want to do painting/junk before it goes away" - as some children need a little reminder that it is 'there'!

 

Sunnyday

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As Susan says, focus activities can be used to teach important skills. These should still be planned for alongside the CI activities. I used to try to introduce different painting techniques in the Autumn term. These could then be revisited or extended through the year according to further observations. :o

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