Handa's surprise

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Simple activities linked with wild animals in the early years classroom from Rachel (",)

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Handa's surprise

The book of the moment for Reuben and Rosanna is 'Handa's Surprise' by Eileen Browne. From the library I got the 'listen and join in' CD. We've had other CD's from this range and they suggest great activities and games based on the book. Reuben pretended to be the animals that appear in the book and enjoyed moving to the African rhythms. The kids really loved acting out the story. The props they used were all things that were to hand around them. I love sponteanous play. Rosanna put seven…

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Morning Work Buckets for Kindergarten and 1st Grade

Hey, everyone! This is Kelly from My Fabulous Class. I am so excited to share something that Worked Well for me last year. If you ...

Rainbow Shakers/ Rain Sticks = Paper towel roll pasta, beans or rice, duct tape for the ends and let kids paint. (IF I don't have enough bottles saved) Music Crafts, Fun Crafts, Crafts For Kids, Arts And Crafts, Paper Towel Roll Crafts, Paper Towel Rolls, Towel Crafts, Painting For Kids, Art For Kids

Craft: Rainbow Shakers

I think I am reaching the end of the crafts we completed before moving. This was a simple little craft we made using paper towel rolls. Start by taping up one end - I found this fun tape in the dollar bin at Michaels. Have the children add about a cup of dried pasta, beans or rice - we had leftover pasta from another project. Tape up the other end and paint!