So CUTE...Firefighter Role Play to put out "Chalk Fires" by spraying them with water using a spray bottle to put out the "Chalk Flames." I used this fun learning activity to help my son recognize more words that start with the letter F...words like Fire, Firefighter, Flames, Fire Truck. He was really engaged during the entire activity and enjoyed spraying the letter F, along with the fire. :)
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16 Likes, 0 Comments - Alice Penfold+Hayley Coombes (@thelittlelearningtree) on Instagram: “Rescue the numbers! 🔥🔥🔥 #firefighter #maths #mathsideas #eyfs #peoplewhohelpus #preschool…”
Bonfire Collage Materials Needed Tissue Paper - Orange, Yellow, Red White A4 Paper Brown A4 Paper Leaves, Sticks and twigs Glue Stick Method Using the leaves an sticks you have found outside, or creating logs and leaves from the brown paper make the base of your bonfire on the white paper. After this has dried use the tissue paper in layers to create the fire on top. There is plenty of room for adaptation in this activity. Here are some examples.
FIREMAN NUMBER RHYME PEOPLE WHO HELP US EYFS SEN CHILDMINDER TEACHING RESOURCES | eBay
5 Fire fighter masks. Fire fighter counting cards. Teaching resources provided on disc ready to print out. Number line large display. Tabletop number line. Large number cards 0 to 5. Large Fire Engine prop.