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That’s not right, is it? We need two shoes the same. Which shoes do you want to wear today, red or brown? ’ • The child can help to put everything back to ‘normal’ after the game. g. g. plastic bricks, wooden spoons, toy cars, clean socks • Let the children see you sorting out a pile of mixed items into the four boxes. Commentate on your actions: ‘Bricks in the blue box, spoons in the green box, socks in the black box . ’ • Invite the children to help you ﬁnish the task, providing a similar running commentary on their progress.
Put the ingredients for the children’s snacks into the containers, one variety per container, such as apple slices in one, banana halves in another, raisins in another. Prepare enough complete sets of food (ﬁve containers, each with different food) for each group of four children to have their own set. • Make sure all the children wash their hands thoroughly and dry them on paper or clean towels just before sitting down to the table. • Bring a group of four to the table. Help the children select three to ﬁve items for their snack, and arrange them on their individual plates however they like.
Allotment association) and a pre-visit to the plot Visiting local private gardens or allotments provides children with an opportunity to explore their natural environment. • Before making your way to the garden vegetable plot or allotment, let the children handle and name samples of some of the fruit and vegetables they might see growing. Ask if they have seen or eaten any of them before. ). • Ask your allotment ‘host’ if the children may peep inside the shed, also if they could see how carrots are pulled or potatoes dug up, and watch the cutting or picking of a few ‘surface’ fruits or vegetables.