PHSE

23 Jun 2016

PSHE Activity: Expressing Emotions

Although I enjoy talking about emotions in real life situations, sometimes it’s also great to have a specific PSHE activity whereby children can practice emotions and understand how their actions achieve different reactions. The Build Me “Emotions” set by LEGO® allows children to talk about feelings and emotions through an activity they […]

07 Jun 2016

Superhero Pictures

This fun superhero pictures activity is a great opportunity for children to create their own backdrop as well as inspiring their imagination for superhero storytelling. It can be linked with a range of EYFS learning outcomes including being imaginative, technology and managing feelings and behaviour. You will need Superhero capes […]

17 Mar 2016

Mirror Play: Developing Self Car...

Mirror play using child safe mirrors is a fun way for 2 – 3 year olds to learn about self care and develop independence and can also be used for PHSE activities or to stimulate children’s natural curiosity as part of an About Me topic. For mirror play, we used Soft Mirror Shapes Pack These mirrors can either […]

01 Mar 2016

Stick Man Storytelling

Stick Man Storytelling is a fun outdoor activity that will help children to get enthusiastic about literacy and help them to develop their own imaginative and communication skills by telling their own Stick Man story. There are lots of other benefits to this activity including the chance to get outdoors […]

26 Feb 2016

Superhero Bookmarks

Superheroes are great for engaging young children in reading and storytelling. They are a perfect starting point for creating individual stories, and can also be used to stimulate PHSE discussions around characteristics and behaviours of superheroes and role models. These easy to make superhero bookmarks are the perfect way to encourage early literacy […]