By Marion Nash
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Red, blue, red, blue, red, blue. Say ‘red’ or ‘blue’ as you give the bead to a child. Pass the thread from person to person to add the beads. Comment on the pattern you have all made. Talk about the colours. Display with the other string from last session. Ask if anyone can remember the happy thought they had. remember simple signs use pondering take your time BE POSITIVE Sessions for nursery 27 Nursery Session 10 MATERIALS NEEDED Ball. Two animals and small box. Box large enough for a child to sit in.
She came home with a heavy bag of food. ‘Oh good,’ she thought, ‘I am very tired but I will soon be home and have a nice cup of tea. ’ She tried to unlock the door with her keys. But when she tried to open the door with her keys, it went ‘k’. [Be careful to make the noise in the back of your mouth. ] Mummy said, ‘Oh dear, I don’t know which one is the right key. I will have to try them all,’ and she was a bit worried. Can you help Mummy to try the keys and make her happy? Put the bunch of keys in the middle of the circle.
Simple drawing or picture based on ‘Twinkle twinkle little Star’, such as a child sitting on a bed looking out of the window at the star (see Appendix, p. 104). • Two large pieces of card (on which to draw a face and body) and pencil. • Large bunch of keys. • Heavy object, such as a paperweight. Please keep language pace slow and simple. Use ‘pondering’ to slow your pace and invite shared thought. Praise throughout the session. g. ’) Encourage children to say the sentence. Praise good sitting.