Join Leanne at 1.30pm on Tuesday 31 March as she joins Mummy Large's ongoing search for mindfullness, Zen fullfillment and a nice warm bath.
This weeks book is Welcome to Alien school by Caryl Hart and Ed Eaves. It's a great story about very different type of school, one that is in space!
Little Albie experiences green spaghetti and scooting in space.
We've written a few activities you might like to try at home.
Where do you like to sit? Catch up with Clare as she read Oi Frog Friday 27 March at 1.30pm and find out where Frog likes to sit as she reads a book dedicated to comfortable bottoms of the animal kingdom, Greenwichs very own David Attenborough. ?
Annie and helpers sang the ballad of The Old Lady who Swallowed a Fly, at 1.30pm Wednesday 25 March. This tragic tale is not for the faint hearted for either the content of the tale or the quality of the singing.
Join Annie here https://youtu.be/HGsgyBvhIig?t=245
At the end of this very boring teachers pack on page 18 onward there are some great print and cut out puppets
The Play Plus team have moved online since the temporary closure of the Big Red Bus Club to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Each week we will post simple activities, you and your little ones can try at home based on the book of the week. But if you don't have the book, don't worry you can still try out the activities. The activities take little set up and few resources.
Do keep in touch with us on our Facebook page for more updates.
Play Plus is kindly funded by Children In Need
Check out Aum and our very hungry wolf on his journey to lure a tasty small creature from out of the Cave. Did the wolf get his tea? Aum read this colourful tale at 1.30pm Thurday 19 March 2020
You also might want to check out artsy mums website for a whole range of donut themed activities including a very fun looking recycled CD donut craft activity here>>
On Friday afternoon at 1.30pm on the 20th March read 'You're called what?"
Catch up with the recording and meet the great an all star cast of charaters including Ice Cream Cone Worm, Monkeyface Prickleback, Pink Fairy Armadillo read by the rather unexcitedly named Lydia Lings.
Lydia set an activity during the story:
Why don’t you have a look online (with the person looking after you) at what these animals look like in real life…
The blue footed booby
The Tasselled Wobbegong
The Secretary Bird Winkle
The Bone eating Snot Flower worm
The Fried Egg Jelly Fish
The Monkey Faced prickleback
The shovel nose Guitar Fish
The Pink Fairy Armadillo
The Ice Cream Cone Worm
And the Aha Ha Wasp
Then once you’ve done that why don’t you make up your own interesting creature! - What will you call it?
Everyday afternoon from 12.30pm – 3pm weekdays during school term time children who are under five can bring their adults along and play all afternoon for free.
Our team of volunteers put on fun creative activities, messy play, stories and so much more in our purpose built fun venue in Charlton Park. As parents ourselves we know sometimes every family needs to get out of the house, wear the kids out before bed, meet and make friends and be part of a wider community.
No need to book, just drop in.
We had a Tiger who came to tea today, well not a real Tiger. But during our session with Amber from Relax Kids we pretended to be Tigers, there were lots of Roars going on!
We also read the beautiful book 'The Tiger who came to Tea' by Judith Kerr. Story Time was a lot of fun today as we each signed each others names, during our name game and then we all signed Tiger.
Our Favourite activity was biscuit decorating and this is a great one to do at home...