Animal Play

Animal Play

There has been so much animal play occurring naturally recently that I thought I would set up some invitations to support this. Here are a few of the things we’ve enjoyed – sorry there’s not as many photos as usual; I’m run off my feet!

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Wild Animal Small World Play 

Wild animal small world play from Rachel (",)

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Transient Art 

… with empty frames and animal prints as the base…

Invitation to create transient art with animal print paper as the base - from Rachel (",)

Transient art with empty frames, animal print paper and loose parts - from Rachel (",)

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Number and Pattern Play with Animals 

Number and pattern play with animals from Rachel (",)

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Laminated Cellophane Shapes and Acrylic Shapes on the OHP

Laminated cellophane shapes and acrylic shapes on the OHP from Rachel (",)

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Spooning Lentils at the Finger Gym

Spooning lentils at the Finger Gym - from Rachel (",)

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Play Dough Fun

… with animals and loose parts…

Play dough with animals and loose parts- from Rachel (",)

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Animal Play 

Animal play from Rachel (",)

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Sand Patterns

On the light panel this week. We’ve still got the old favourite early handwriting pattern cards out (download them below)…

Early handwriting patterns on the light panel (pattern cards FREE to download) - from Rachel (",)

Download the early handwriting pattern cards here: Mark making Pattern Cards from Rachel (“,)

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Weaving Large Pipe-Cleaner ‘Snakes’

… through obelisks from Poundland…

Weaving large pipe cleaner 'snakes' through Poundland obelisks - from Rachel (",)

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Thanks for reading!

Animal clothes - from Rachel (",)

 

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– Rachel (“,)

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6 Comments

  1. Once again you out do your self Rachel ! Especially this time of year, when there’s reports to write and sports days. I don’t find time to do anything like this, this term just trying to cram all the jobs in is enough !
    Can’t wait to see what you have in store for the autumn term ! We are doing a theme on Julia Donaldson books which should bring about some lovely crafts and spontaneous play

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    • Ah, thank you!
      Love Julia Donaldson; that will be fun! 😀

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  2. Perfect timing for my animal theme next week, thanks for sharing!

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    • You’re welcome!

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  3. Rachel wow you all have been busy, I always enjoy seeing what you have going on. I especially liked the weaving open ended work.

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    • Thanks, Sue! 🙂

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