Free Time Activities: For Ages 5-7
Contains entertaining activities, which are suitable for after school clubs, holiday clubs. This photocopiable book is filled with unusual activities such as an 'intergalactic beauty contest' 'a noise scavenger hunt' or 'pencil olympics'. For ease of planning, it is organised acc... read full description below.
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Molly Potter, author of Outside the Box , has come up with some wonderfully entertaining activities, which are ideal for after school clubs, holiday clubs, indoor playtimes or at any other 'off timetable' slots during the school day. This photocopiable book is packed with innovative, exciting and unusual activities such as an 'intergalactic beauty contest' 'a noise scavenger hunt' or 'pencil olympics'! They are the type of activity that busy teachers, no longer have the time or energy to create. For ease of planning, the books are organised according to the size of the group i.e. activities for individuals, pairs or small groups and whole group activities.As many of the activities demand that pupils work in pairs or groups there are plenty of opportunities for pupils to work together and support each other and thus develop their team-building skills - another very important aspect of these books. The range and scope of this book mean that after school club leaders or teachers will quickly be able to find an activity that suits their needs, depending on the amount of time available and the amount of noise and excitement they can tolerate!
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Molly Potter has taught for 11 years in middle schools as a classteacher and Science co-ordinator. She now works as a SRE (Sex andRelationships Education) Development Worker supporting primary schoolsin the development of their SRE programme and policy. She has produceda variety of PSHE related resources for use in primary classrooms. Shethoroughly enjoys writing teacher materials and prides herself on beingable to spice up any learning objective however boring it might appearat first!