Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: Level 2 (Oxford Bookworms: by Jennifer Bassett

By Jennifer Bassett

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This will reinforce the idea that a mark can represent an object. ● Play ‘Charades’ with a small group. Start by miming simple actions such as hammering, pointing to your mouth and rubbing your stomach or cupping your ear with your hand. Can the children guess what you are doing? Encourage them to have a go. Explore gestures such as thumbs up = OK, a wave = hello or goodbye, a finger on lips = shush, be quiet. ● While the children are engaged in an activity tape record their chatter and snap some digital action photographs.

Small mushroom or potato scrubbing brushes (found in good kitchenware shops) can be held easily in the palm and give babies greater control. ● Add baby talcum powder or baby lotion to paint. This creates a different texture and smell that turns the painting experience into a multi-sensory activity. ● Use black sugar paper and baby powder to make prints and marks with. The talcum powder really shows all the detail of the finger and hands. Toddlers Toddlers’ hand–eye co-ordination slowly begins to develop more control and becomes more precise.

Display photos of the children engaged in the role play. Outcomes for the child ● Children become independent, self-confident and autonomous. ● Able to use their initiative and solve problems. ● Development of own unique identity. Focus points Young children learn by watching and imitating adults and each other. From their earliest days they learn how to hold a cup, wash their hands or turn on the television. These actions become more complex as their experiences of the world increase. They will explore experiences, sometimes just for pleasure or to develop mastery and may later recreate them through representations.

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