|We are going on…||A drum, a tray, legs, table, a saucepan||Tap out the rhythm on your child’s leg or arm. If anyone else is joining in they can tap out the rhythm on a drum or any of the other suggested resources!|
|UH OH!||Chime||Repeat to indicate start of each activity.|
|Grass||Pom-poms, a handful of grass from the garden!||Gently wave the pom-poms or grass over the knees of your child (get them to smell if using real grass).|
|River||Icy or cold water||Splash using hands/feet.|
|Mud||Jelly or real mud||Place your child’s feet in the bowl or get them to use their hands to explore it (you could put it in a sealable sandwich bag to avoid any sticky mess).|
|Forest||String, net curtain or fabric hung from above||Move through the material to create the experience of going through the forest.|
|Snowstorm||Silver recovery blankets or
scrunched up paper to make snowballs
|Feel the snow/ice on hands/feet. Move over materials where appropriate, using different parts of the body.|
|Cave||Torches, mirrors||Use torches to look around the room, look at own faces in the mirror and track lights.|
|BEAR!||A drum, a tray, legs, table, a saucepan, blanket||Quick drum beat or tapping. Reverse through the activities. Hide under blankets.
Bear growling sounds or thunder drum.
Wait till growling stops then call your children’s name for them to reappear!