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outdoor planning ideas

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by topgirl1, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. topgirl1

    topgirl1 Occasional commenter

    Does anyone have any inspiration for (name of school's) Got Talent apart from the obvious: dancing
    Really not inspired by this topic and I need to plan a 6 week outdoor plan for FS
    any ideas most welcome
    thank you in advance!!
  2. inky

    inky Lead commenter

    Tell your SMT that this is not appropriate for FS. How ridiculous.
    Meanwhile, though, you can have lots of fun with an outdoor stage' and CD player [in dry weather - great ICT if the children pick the track numbers] and dressing-up clothes etc.

  3. make your own musical instruments and use them outside...our children love making a stage with the big wooden community blocks and dress ups/instruments.
    CD player outside (in dry weather) also works well...what about a 'different ways you can move' area-for PD-take photos of the kids doing different movements, putting them in a sequence etc and if possible, laminate and display. What about a 'circus' type theme?? 6 weeks is a long time to continue this for though-younger children will most likely tire of it after a couple of weeks!! good luck

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