So many leaves!
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original article published November 2011
Leaves are spiky, round, pointy, hairy, colourful, fun and free! Discover some activities designed to get children thinking about leaves.
In this article:
- Looking at leaf types
- Feathery carrot tops
- What do leaves smell like?
- Leaf rubbings and leafy creatures
- Investigating colours
- How are leaves useful?
Looking at leaf types
Communication and lanugage ELG: Listening and attention: Children listen attentively in a range of situatations…
This simple activity is great for improving speaking and listening skills. Firstly, organise a space for an interest table, or if space is too limiting for this, a large, shallow cardboard grocery box will be fine for displaying leaves.
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