By Wendy Bowkett
Containing over 70 tried-and-tested actions, actions for person studying via form and color is a realistic source which takes a cross-curricular thematic strategy and makes use of the topics of form and color to discover the Early Years beginning degree (EYFS). This thematic procedure saves coaching and educating time for practitioners and gives little ones with more desirable and interesting actions. It additionally familiarises little ones with the extra refined cross-curricular initiatives they're going to come upon within the fundamental university. actions are clustered round specific shapes and hues and every set of actions is obviously associated with the EYFS Early studying pursuits. actions for person studying via form and color is a hugely functional necessary source ebook for all early years practitioners.
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13 Section 1 Activities for all 12 Shape dominoes game PART 1 SHAPE Section 1 Activities for all 14 Tessellations 13 There are some wonderful colouring books on the market – with no pictures. Each page is a mass of lines and shapes that make elaborate patterns. Many are formed from basic tessellated shapes. PART 1 SHAPE A tessellation is a collection of plane shapes that fill an area with no gaps and no overlapping, and are used for patterns and patchwork quilts. Mosaics and tiling are probably the first forms of tessellation using only small squares in chequered or simple patterns.
Four squares had landed side by side in an almost square shape. Two circles were next to two triangles with another circle next to two more triangles, almost a perfect pattern or sequence. I mention in Part 2: ‘The sunny flower game’ activity, how much I enjoy colouring in. Perhaps I have a streak of compulsive behaviour because I also love sequencing and patterns, placing things in order. As I picked up the shapes, I started to name them, one circle, two triangles, one circle, two triangles, etc.
Then try it by widening the rectangle. Do parallelograms and rhombus work as well? 45 40 PART 1 SHAPE Section 4 Square 41 PART 1 SHAPE Section 4 Square A square of triangles The ‘Square of triangles activity page’ can be used as a puzzle of two or more pieces. The square can be divided in half across a diagonal to make a two-piece puzzle. As with the triangle of triangles, ensure that there is a base shape of the same size for a child to fit each piece on top of the other as a guide. Cutting across both diagonals will produce a four-piece puzzle which consists of four right-angled triangles.
Activities for Individual Learning through Shape and Colour: Resources for the Early Years Practitioner by Wendy Bowkett