Am trying to plan a 15-20 min focus activity for a job interview/day. It's an adult directed activity Am struggling specifically due to the lack of topic or even book linking to it. Every time i try to pin down an ELG and an idea i completely change my mind. I know there are children in this particular nursery who cannot count or write their names, and then there are those that can write simple sentences... So when I pick an ELG would it be advisable to note the other ELGs that may extend from it. Or just specifically one. I'm not sure the amount of children or abilities that I will have in my group. I thought of a fruit bag where they sort and count but i was going to link this to the hungry caterpillar story in the 15 min. I have a fab copy where the puppet caterpillar feeds through the pages... I would have shared this initially with the whole nursery and then done the counting and sorting activity as my focus.. So i think it might be too much to fit into 15 minutes. with including reading the book. but without it it isn't as exciting. Then i thought maybe the activity could just be counting the objects and recording them on a sheet... circling the amount of apples for example or colouring... It's been a while since it taught nursery, and although i have a 3yr old daughter. she is quite bright and can count past 20.. so the colouring the correct amount if apples you find would be easy for her. But for others not so. I am beginning to go round in circles with choosing what to do. Then i had an idea of a 2d shape bag and walk around the classroom then colour in the shapes we saw.. am struggling to pin down a specific ELG for that! Sleepless nights are happening because i have too many ideas! any suggestions?