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By Lorelli MojicaEarly Years teacher and writer

Encourage the children to talk about their feelings with these inspirational activities

Little girl pointing


Activities in this article:

  1. Bears like honey
  2. Raindrops and sunshine
  3. My toy is bigger than yours!


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Editor of Nursery Education PLUS, Tracey Brand, introduces the ‘About me’ themed activities and offers more ideas for exploring the topic with your children:

“Learn a new rhyme with ‘Bears like honey’ and encourage your children to talk about all of their favourite things as they play this game together – it’s a lovely activity to encourage children to play independently too! Everyone can contribute to the ‘Raindrops and sunshine’ display and you could develop the theme by creating a rainbow of emotion expressions to overarch your children’s creations. Young children will love sharing their favourite toy and boasting about its attributes. Remember to take pictures and write captions to remind children of their comparisons.”


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1. Bears like honey

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Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Dispositions and Attitudes

Development matters: Learn that they are special through the responses of adults to individual differences and similarities (16–26 months); Show their particular characteristics, preferences and interests (22–36 months).

Early learning goal: Be confident to try new activities, initiate ideas and speak in a familiar group.

Group size: Small groups.

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