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This craft-based activity reminds children of the cultural meanings and significance of the colours that make up the Aboriginal flag and the Torres Strait Islander flag.
Children drop bottle tops into slots around the tin to develop their fine motor and hand eye co-ordination skills.
Use coloured hair ties for children to begin to recognise and understand patterns and hand/eye coordination.
This simple activity will enable children to develop patterns and to practice colours.
Children will learn about shapes and geometry through pattern blocks, that can be used during rest time.
A simple activity that reinforces basic concepts such colour matching, patterning that can be used during quiet time.
Children begin to identify colours by sorting coloured pompoms in the correct colours tube.
A simple activity for young children to visualise and understand germs and how to wash them away.
Use pom-poms to visually demonstrate how germs spread through sneezing and coughing when you do not cover the nose or mouth.
To visually demonstrate how easy to spread germs when coughing and sneezing on our hands without washing them.
Visually demonstrate how rinsing with water doesn't remove germs, soap is needed.
An easy and energetic parachute game where children can learn numbers.
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