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After school club advice

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by overtherainbow, Dec 7, 2011.

  1. Hi there, I am interested in starting a new club for reception/year 1 children. My first thought was an art and crafts club but I have sort of edited and come up with the idea of Making club - this way each week I could incorporate different activities using different things. For example - building making with lego and other construction toys, cooking basic foods ie rice crispy cakes, making a soup, cakes, malleable (making playdough), building with Plasticine, art crafts - painting, drawing, junk modelling, jewellery making etc do you think this would be a good idea? thinking maybe about 6-8 children to start with. Any feedback would be great
     
  2. Hi there, I am interested in starting a new club for reception/year 1 children. My first thought was an art and crafts club but I have sort of edited and come up with the idea of Making club - this way each week I could incorporate different activities using different things. For example - building making with lego and other construction toys, cooking basic foods ie rice crispy cakes, making a soup, cakes, malleable (making playdough), building with Plasticine, art crafts - painting, drawing, junk modelling, jewellery making etc do you think this would be a good idea? thinking maybe about 6-8 children to start with. Any feedback would be great
     

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