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That’s dirty. ’ The children repeat ‘clean’, ‘dirty’ and ‘wash’. • Help the children to decide which of their own pair of bibs is clean and which is dirty, encouraging them to use some of the appropriate vocabulary: ‘dirty’, ‘wash’, ‘clean’. • Help each of the children in turn to give their dirty bib a good swish about and a rub in the suds, then a squeeze and at least two rinses, changing the rinse water as necessary. Use the words ‘dripping’, ‘squeeze’, ‘rinse’ and ‘wet’. • See if the children spot the coloured ‘dirty’ water.
Where? What did your mummy say? ’ • Ask for hands up who has: a sister/the same pet as the one being discussed/ a similar story to tell; hands up who likes [Janine’s] dog. • List aloud the names of the children who all have a sister/who like [Janine’s] dog, and so on, to make all the children feel they belong to the group. Make a point of drawing in any children who haven’t been included – they could be the group who are the only child in their family or who don’t have any pets or who like cats but not dogs.
Stack or line up the toys or plastic cups and encourage the babies to replicate what you’ve done • copy a simple rhythm on a tambour or drum – or just make their own sound with it • put on a hat/necklace of giant toy beads. It’s important to encourage and give praise for trying, even if the effort was unsuccessful on this occasion, or if only a small part of the new skill was learned. 18 IDEA 16 Comedy Turn Focus Group size Preparation/Resources Self-conﬁdence and Self-esteem Individual or Cushion small Cuddly toy Clean, dry towel or ﬂannel Babies and toddlers like to be looked at and approved of.