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CREATIVE AND IMAGINATIVE PLAY-2
Transcript of CREATIVE AND IMAGINATIVE PLAY-2
What are the stages and ages of creative and imaginative play?
Give examples of creative and imaginative play activities
What does the term 'open ended' mean?
In your groups explore the activities set out for you on the tables.
Complete the worksheet as you explore each activity
One person from each group to feedback their findings
In groups plan your own creative and imaginative activity
Work as a group to plan, create, collect resources and to set up the activity in the classroom next week.
As you go around the tables and explore the activities consider:
How/what children are learning- with reference to the EYFS areas of learning.
What type/stage/age of play the activity is aimed at.
If the resources are age appropriate
If the resources are safe to use
Are there enough resources to support children's creative and imaginative learning?
The level of adult intervention that may be involved
How the activity is supporting children's creative and imaginative play, learning and development.
Discussion- Do other groups agree with their findings
Each person is to write up an activity plan and evaluate the effectiveness of the activity in supporting children s creative and imaginative play and learning.
Learners own activity demonstration
Creative and imaginative play
DIFFERENT PAPER WITH DIFFERENT CREATIVE ACTIVITIES- EXPLORE- WHAT RESOURCES DO YOU NEED
How are children learning
How are they developing their creativeitiy and imagination
Give a defintiion for creativity
Give a defintion for imagination
• Home corner equipment and materials
• Paint and paper
• Glue and pastes
• Musical instruments
Describe the range of resources, materials and equipment that need to be provided by an adult in helping to provide opportunities for children’s imaginative and creative play. You should include:
Pots, pans, oven, kitchen stuff, food
Paper, paints, palettes, rollers, brushes
Paper, boxes, glue, craft stuff, scissors
Instruments, pictures/images of instruments