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Health Play Plan

Health Play Plan

A full range of activities aimed at teaching children about food and things that keep them healthy. The activities provide opportunities to learn about healthy eating, exercise and hygiene. - Week 1 : Discovering fruit - Week 2 : Discovering vegetables - Week 3 : Hygiene - Week 4 : Teeth - Week 5 : Exercise - Week 6 : Healthy week The pack contains 44 sheets comprising of activities; areas of learning; language; suggestions for adapting activities for different abilities; list of required resources; organisation; observation and assessment opportunities; information for parents and related literature. ALL Plan2Play plans are provided in Portable Document Format (PDF)
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Reception Scheme of Work PE 1

Reception Scheme of Work PE 1

The first scheme of work for Reception/year 1 PE based on a variety of areas to improve physical development, was well as numeracy, literacy and other cross curricular links.
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H is for Health - For ages 6-9

H is for Health - For ages 6-9

H is for Health - is an easily integrated resource for use within the health curriculum and provides an overview of related strands and learning outcomes. It provides fun, easy-to-follow activities to encourage interaction, discussion and learning of good health habits. Excellent illustrations, and innovative worksheets are provided for a number of topics: Sleep & amp; Exercise Food & amp; Nutrition Daily Health Habits Environmental Factors & Protecting Our Bodies Social Growth Changes As We Grow The activities in H is for Health provide for a variety of teaching strategies and other suggested activities can be found at the bottom of each page. A great junior health resource! This is a Photocopy Master ebook (40 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Authors: Mary Serenc & Wendy Harrap
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Taste & Teeth Activity

Taste & Teeth Activity

Taste & Teeth Activity! 1. Print and cut: Print out pages on pink paper(gums/tongue) and white paper(teeth) and cut. 2. Laminate (Suggested Step): I suggest laminating a version for years of use! 3. Attach: Use sticky tack, tape, velcrow or your choice of adhesive for the teeth and tongue. Lesson Suggestions: -Place yarn or play-doh in between teeth and have children use a toothbrush to clean them. -Use the numbered teeth template to let children count the teeth. - Use the tongue template as the starter for a discussion about taste and if possible have them taste foods and lable their own! -Materials: You will need scissors, yarn/play-doh, pink and white paper, and adhesive for the teeth. -I recommend lamination for years of use! Enhance your lesson by reading: The Tooth Book by Dr. Seuss I hope you enjoy my products. Be sure to leave a rating and follow me, Creativeteachersabroad. Keep in touch and get more ideas by liking my Facebook page!
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Snack Time Social Story & Routine

Snack Time Social Story & Routine

My children access snack independently, which means that sometimes things can go a bit awry! Therefore, establishing routines and setting boundaries is essential to ensure that children can continue to independently access their snack. You can edit pages to suit your needs or opt not to include them in your social story.
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