Watch or try.
I’m very sorry that I forgot to post a story yesterday. I hope you found one to read at home or that you listened to one that I had posted previously.
Today’s story is The Kiss that Missed. I hope you like it.
Your choices for tomorrow are
Reply to this post to let me know which one you would like to hear and see.
Materials needed: balloons, poster paints, paint trays, paper.
Painting with Balloons is a great activity to explore creatively and imaginatively as you create freely using simple props in an open-ended and unstructured way. It also makes a great sensory activity as children use their hands to manipulate the paint and balloons to create patterns and prints onto paper.
Partially inflate the balloons so that they are a size that the children can easily pick up the balloons. You can match your balloon colour to the colour of your paint, perhaps a good matching activity? You can mix and blend colours to create new colours. The pressing of the balloons onto the paper can either be controlled to make a pattern or it can be free and spontaneous, which personally I think is more fun!
Hickory dickory dare!
I have a dog and his name is Rover.
Chimaney chimaney Craney Crow!
You should be getting good at these by now. On Friday I’ll ask you to choose your favourite singing game!