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Nursery PSRN Interview Help needed!

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by pink8686, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. Hi all,

    I have been selected for a Nursery teacher interview and wanted to ask for ideas!

    I have been asked to do an observed lesson, and a small group activity, altogether totalling 40mins, so am assuming 20mins each (roughly).

    Anyway it is a PSRN observation, and I can do anything from the PSRN area for it.

    Has any body got any ideas? Suggestions? Any help appreciated!
    I then have a 30min interview, but not too worried about that! :)


  2. nurass

    nurass New commenter

    You could do something based on Jack and the Beanstalk. Read the story, then with your group play a counting game using dry butter beans. Put the beans in a bowl/jar in the middle of the table and give each child a small sorting dish. Using a dice (med-large soft dice) each child takes it in turn to roll it, count the dots and count out the correct number of beans to collect into their dish.
    Just an idea. Hope this helps!

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