101 Essential Lists for the Early Years by Penny Tassoni

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21 LIST 20 Coping with paint Painting can be done more easily if we provide large areas for children. It means that they do not run out of paper all the time. It also helps to develop their gross motor skills. Creating a painting wall o Put up a shower curtain or a sheet of thick plastic with masking tape. o Place large sheets of paper on it, again using masking tape. o Make it look smarter by trimming the edge with tinsel! ). o Give each child a polystyrene tray with the primary colours and white on it.

O Be bold and bring in materials that children can use for their own creations. o Look out for drainpipes, off-cuts of wood and large-scale junk such as cardboard boxes and plastic crates. This can be far more fun than using 'educational' toys. 21 LIST 20 Coping with paint Painting can be done more easily if we provide large areas for children. It means that they do not run out of paper all the time. It also helps to develop their gross motor skills. Creating a painting wall o Put up a shower curtain or a sheet of thick plastic with masking tape.

O Consider taking play outdoors - children love using large wooden blocks to supplement their play. o Look out for toys that are wooden as they have an extra tactile dimension. o Supplement this type of play with small-world equipment, such as farm animals that can wander onto the train tracks! Types of toys and equipment o o o o o Large and small wooden blocks Lego and Duplo Train sets - the wooden ones are usually favoured by children Jigsaws - large floor ones, as well as smaller wooden ones Quadro - large apparatus that interconnects and can be used to build houses and climbing frames o Modelling sets - some simple kits are available o Marble runs Home made construction!

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