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Clap or cheer when the puzzle is completed. Tell other adults/older children how sensible the child was. • Bring attention to and praise any incidental acts of assertiveness in the course of a day, contrasting these with unacceptably over-assertive behaviour. g. one shoe from a pair, or the helmet from the ﬁreman’s set. • Say ‘Put your coats on’ when you really mean ‘Take them off’. • Momentarily forget to give a paintbrush or play dough to two children in a group at the craft table. • Call the snack ‘orange’ as you distribute it, when it is in fact apple.
Encourage the children to look at their reﬂection and to tweak/smooth/ﬂuff up the clothes and add accessories, and to take pride in how they look. • Try and elicit some feedback from each child as to what, speciﬁcally, they like about their reﬂection. Children in response, may say such things as ‘my hair’ or even ‘you’ if you are in the frame too, but may also make it clear they have fallen in love with the shoes, handbag or Spiderman top. Safety note Avoid draping hem lines/hats that cover the eyes and take care with anything that may be put around the neck.
42 IDEA 37 Feed the Birds Focus Group size Preparation/Resources Behaviour and Self-control Self-care Any (usual adult to child ratio for outings) Strong paper bags/plastic or card boxes Freshly chopped soft grass Lettuce leaves Hand wipes While feeding the swans and ducks in the park, children learn to be aware of the needs of living things. This activity also reinforces the need for hand hygiene. • The children decide, from a limited range, which containers/bags (plastic food boxes/paper bags/card containers) are best to hold the food for the birds.
100 Ideas for Teaching Personal, Social and Emotional Development by Judith Thwaites