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  1. 1. Creative Cluster<br />CHCFC6C & CHCFC7C<br />Annie Cox<br />5140178003<br />
  2. 2. LANGUAGE<br />
  3. 3. Storytelling Experiences<br />Age - 3+<br />Description - Harry and his dinosaurs and their travels and adventures together.<br />Materials - “Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs” by Ian Whybrow and Adrian Reynolds<br />Environment/location - outside reading area<br />Further Planning – Dinosaur jungle in the sandpit, dinosaur playdough.<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  4. 4. Storytelling Experiences<br />Age - 0-5 years<br />Description- A beautiful story told through the eyes of a baby about his day<br />Materials - “Peepo” by Janet & Allan Ahlberg<br />Environment/location- quiet reading location<br />Further Planning - peek-a-boo games<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  5. 5. Storytelling Experiences<br />Age - 5+<br />Description - a good book for older readers, with a mystery to solve as you read along.<br />Materials - “The Eleventh Hour” by Graeme Base<br />Environment/location - easier for a group of children to have book on a table so they can all see the clues.<br />Further Planning – treasure hunt, party plan<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  6. 6. Finger plays, Poems & Rhymes<br />HERE IS THE BEEHIVE<br />Here is the beehive, where are the bees?      (clench fist and bring out fingers quickly one by one )Hidden away were nobody sees Watch and you will see them come out of their hives, One, two, three, four, five, Buzz, buzz, buzz.  <br />Age - 0-5<br />Description - Fingerplay<br />Materials: Hands, singing voice<br />Environment/location- various<br />Further Planning – counting games and songs, hinding games<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  7. 7. Finger plays, Poems & Rhymes<br />MONKEYS IN A TREE<br /> Five little monkeys Sitting in a tree Teasing Mr. Crocodile-- "You can't catch me." "You can't catch me."  Along comes Mr. Crocodile As quiet as can be-- SNAP!!! Continue until all monkeysare gone<br />Away swims Mr. Crocodile As full as he can be!!!<br />Age - 0-5<br />Description – Action Poem<br />Materials - Fingers<br />Environment/location - Various<br />Further Planning – counting games, singing<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  8. 8. Finger plays, Poems & Rhymes<br />THIS LITTLE PIGGIE<br />This little piggie went to market,This little piggie stayed home,This little piggie had roast beef,This little piggie had none,And this little piggie cried, "Wee! Wee! Wee!"All the way home. <br />Age - 0-5<br />Description - Nursery Rhyme<br />Materials - 1 cute set of little toes!<br />Environment/location - various<br />Further Planning – making piggies, more rhyming games<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  9. 9. Language & Sound Games<br />Uno, Dos Y Tres<br /> Uno, dos, y tres, Cuatro, cinco, seis. Siete, ocho, nueve, Cuentohastadiez. La lalalala;  La lalalala, La lalalala;  La lalalala. La lalalala;  La lalalala. One, two, and three, Four, five and six. Seven, eight, and nine, I count to ten. La lalalala;  La lalalala. La lalalala;  La lalalala. La lalalala;  La lalalala.<br />Age- 5+<br />Description - A bilingual counting song in Spanish and English <br />Materials – words & singing voice<br />Environment/location – various <br />Further Planning- Spanish cultural activities<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  10. 10. Language & Sound Games<br />Age - 5+<br />Description - Hangman<br />Materials – Paper, pencil<br />Environment/location - anywhere<br />Further Planning – word searches, crosswords.<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  11. 11. Language & Sound Games<br />. Example sounds: <br />Shake pennies or other coins <br />Clap hands <br />Clap chalkboard erasers <br />Tap a pencil or pen on a desk <br />Close a book <br />Crumple up paper or foil <br />Stomp on the floor <br />Tear some paper <br />Close a stapler <br />Bounce a ball <br />Age - 5+<br />Description - Test the ability of identifying several sounds with this game. Child should close their eyes or turn away from the "sound maker." Make each sound and see if everyone knows what it is<br />Materials – sound effects<br />Environment/location – a quiet space<br />Further Planning – making sounds from various materials<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  12. 12. Puppets, Dramatic Play & Role Play <br />Age - 3 +<br />Description - Role Play -Create a pizzeria!<br />Materials- pizza boxes, paper plates, cut out pizza toppings<br />Environment/location - any dramatic play are<br />Further Planning- further role play, shop keepers etc<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  13. 13. Puppets, Dramatic Play & Role Play <br />Age - 3+ <br />Description - Storytelling gloves.<br />Materials - Storytelling gloves<br />Environment/location -reading corner<br />Further Planning - make finger puppets, puppet show<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  14. 14. Puppets, Dramatic Play & Role Play <br />Age - any age<br />Description - Dressing Up<br />Materials - Dress up box<br />Environment/location – home corner or other<br />Further Planning– dressing up for weddings, playing “house”<br />LANGUAGE<br />
  15. 15. MUSIC<br />
  16. 16. Singing & Chanting<br /> Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O.And on that farm he had a cow, E-I-E-I-O.With a “moo, moo” hereAnd a “moo, moo” there,Here a “moo”, there a “moo,”Everywhere a “moo, moo,”Old MacDonald had a farm,E-I-E-I-O.<br /> Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O.And on that farm he had a horse, E-I-E-I-O.With a “neigh, neigh” here,And a “neigh, neigh” there.Here a neigh, there a neigh,Everywhere a “neigh, neigh”.Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O.<br /> Additional verses duck pig lots of animals<br />Age - 0+<br />Description – Old Mac Donald’s Farm<br />Materials – Animals! <br />Environment/location - anywhere<br />Further Planning – farm animals, farm concepts<br />MUSIC<br />
  17. 17. Singing & Chanting<br />Age - 2+<br />Description – Galumph went the little green frog<br />Materials – Singing voice, hands for actions<br />Environment/location - anywhere<br />Further Planning - tadpoles, frogs<br />Galumph went the little green frog one dayGalumph went the little green frogGalumph went the little green frog one dayand we all go galumph galumphgalumph<br />But we all know frogs goladedadedaladedadedaladedadedawe all know frogs go ladedadedathey don't go galumph galumphgalumph<br />MUSIC<br />
  18. 18. Singing & Chanting<br />Age - 6+<br />Description - Days of the week song<br />Materials - fingers to snap<br />Environment/location- anywhere<br />Further Planning – weeks in the years, hours time & counting<br />There's Sunday and there's MondayThere's Tuesday and there's WednesdayThere's Thursday and there's FridayAnd then there's SaturdayDays of the week *snap* *snap*Days of the week *snap* *snap*Days of the week, Days of the week, Days of the week *snap* *snap* <br />(Children can snap fingers, clap hands, or click their tongues)(to the Addams family tune)<br />MUSIC<br />
  19. 19. Instrumental Experiences<br />Age - babies<br />Description - Classical Music upon rest time<br />Materials - CD & player<br />Environment/location – rest time<br />Further Planning -appreciation of classical music<br />MUSIC<br />
  20. 20. Instrumental Experiences<br />Age - 6+<br />Description - Glass bottle orchestra<br />Materials - 6 empty glass bottles, water, food colouring, tapping stick<br />Environment/location - outside<br />Further Planning – blow into the bottle, what happens? <br />By filling juice bottles with different amounts of water, you can create some catchy tunes! <br />Take six glass bottles and fill them with different heights of water to make a six note scale. <br />MUSIC<br />
  21. 21. Instrumental Experiences<br />Age- 1+<br />Description – Music time @ Playsession<br />Materials – instruments , dancing shoes<br />Environment/location - Playsession<br />Further Planning – singing, dancing<br />MUSIC<br />
  22. 22. Listening Experiences<br />Age – 6+<br />Description – “What do you call that”<br />Materials- Good listening ears<br />Environment/location – Lie on the mat in the yard with your eyes closed. What can you hear? Can you hear the rubbish truck etc<br />Further Planning pictures in clouds<br />MUSIC<br />
  23. 23. Listening Experiences<br />Age – 2+<br />Description- Duck Duck Goose<br />Materials – children in a circle. The “in” person goes around the circle tapping the children on the head – duck, duck, duck – but when tapped “goose” they chase each other around the circle and the game starts again.<br />Environment/location- outside<br />Further Planning- other silly song games<br />MUSIC<br />
  24. 24. Listening Experiences<br />Age- 1+<br />Description – Shell music<br />Materials – shells<br />Environment/location – Can you really hear the ocean in the shells?<br />Further Planning – shell mobiles, beach experiences<br />MUSIC<br />
  25. 25. Creative dance, Movement & Mime<br />Age - any<br />Description - Dancing<br />Materials – Dancing feet<br />Environment/location- anywhere<br />Further Planning- more dancing, musical appreciation<br />MUSIC<br />
  26. 26. Creative dance, Movement & Mime<br />Age – 3+<br />Description - Charades<br />Materials – an idea your hands feet and facial expressions<br />Environment/location - anywhere<br />Further Planning- miming <br />MUSIC<br />
  27. 27. Creative dance, Movement & Mime<br />Age – 10+<br />Description/Materials- “Mime Whispers”Each person chooses an everyday task, such as making a cup of tea, washing-up, writing a letter, drawing a picture and so on. Everyone practices miming that activity on their own – broken down into exactly six movements. It’s important that this is practiced so it can be remembered later. In pairs, show each other the mime you were doing, without talking or explaining. Show the mime once only. Everybody move on to find a new partner. <br />Try to show your partner the last mime you observed – of course it will not be easy. <br />Environment/location - various<br />Further Planning – mime & dancing techniques<br />MUSIC<br />
  28. 28. Musical Game<br />Age – 5+<br />Description- Musical Chairs<br />Materials – participants, chairs<br />Environment/location - anywhere<br />Further Planning – other sharing games, other songs<br />MUSIC<br />
  29. 29. Musical Game<br />Age – 3+ <br />Description – Hokey Pokey<br />Materials – body parts, left & ritght feet<br />Environment/location – any dancing area<br />Further Planning – Parts of the body, music and dance<br />MUSIC<br />
  30. 30. Musical Game<br />Age - any<br />Description - Karooke<br />Materials – good singing partcipants<br />Environment/location- anywhere soundproof<br />Further Planning – singing lesson!<br />MUSIC<br />
  32. 32. Two Dimensional <br />Age- 0+<br />Description- hand & foot prints<br />Materials – hand and or foot, paint & paper<br />Environment/location - varies<br />Further Planning – watching how we grow, footprints in the sand<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  33. 33. Two Dimensional <br />Age - 3+<br />Description - Body outline<br />Materials – Large sheet of paper, subject, textas for outline. Picture can be coloured in or collaged<br />Environment/location<br />Further Planning – body awareness, parts of the body, how I grow<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  34. 34. Two Dimensional <br />Age- 5+<br />Description- Garden Collage<br />Materials - copy card, glue, garden materials –ie leaves, flowers, sticks twigs etc<br />Environment/location - collage table<br />Further Planning – nature planning, butterfly lifecycles<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  35. 35. Two Dimensional <br />Age - 1+<br />Description - Drawing<br />Materials- Paper & pencils<br />Environment/location – drawing table<br />Further Planning – fine motor planning, handwritting<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  36. 36. Two Dimensional <br />Age - 2+<br />Description - Rubbings<br />Materials - crayons or charcoal, paper, something to rub- coins, trees, leaves.<br />Environment/location - outside drawing table<br />Further Planning - natural world, textures.<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  37. 37. Two Dimensional <br />Age - any<br />Description – Colouring in<br />Materials – a picture and colours<br />Environment/location – Collage table<br />Further Planning – Australian animals, dot painting<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  38. 38. Three Dimensional <br />Age - 1+<br />Description- Duplo<br />Materials – Duplo<br />Environment/location – lego area – big space<br />Further Planning- posiblities are endless, child initated planes, transport etc<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  39. 39. Three Dimensional <br />Age - 5+<br />Description – Easter Bunny Mask<br />Materials – paint, pipe cleaners, tissue paper, cotton wool, elastic<br />Environment/location – collage table<br />Further Planning – Easter egg hunt, woven Easter baskets<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  40. 40. Three Dimensional <br />Age - 3+<br />Description - Spiders<br />Materials - Pipe cleaners, eyes, egg cartons, paint<br />Environment/location - collage table<br />Further Planning – insects, stories - Little Miss Muffet<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  41. 41. Three Dimensional <br />Age - 3+<br />Description - Collage Fish<br />Materials- paper stencil of fish, collage materials, scissors, stapler filling ie shredded paper<br />Environment/location- collage table<br />Further Planning - underwater, fishing stories<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  42. 42. Three Dimensional <br />Age -5+<br />Description – Paper Bag Owl<br />Materials- paper bag, stuffing, textas stapler<br />Environment/location – collage table<br />Further Planning – night animals, birds<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  43. 43. Three Dimensional <br />Age- 3+<br />Description – Sparkling Star<br />Materials – cut out stars, glue, glitter<br />Environment/location – collage table<br />Further Planning – stars and the solar system, twinkle twinkle little star<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  44. 44. Three Dimensional <br />Age - 5+ (for more detailed projects)<br />Description - Origami<br />Materials – origami pattern, paper<br />Environment/location - varies<br />Further Planning – Japanese arts & cultures<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  45. 45. Three Dimensional <br />Age - 5+<br />Description – Fridge Magnets<br />Materials- plaster, moulds, paints, magnets<br />Environment/location- collage table<br />Further Planning – how magnets work, plaster casts<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  46. 46. Three Dimensional <br />Age - 6+<br />Description – Candle Holder<br />Materials – clay and paint<br />Environment/location – painting table<br />Further Planning – more clay play, lights<br />Art & Aesthetic Awareness<br />
  47. 47. CULTURAL DIVERSITY<br />
  48. 48. Language<br />Age- All ages<br />Description - A poignant Russian Folk tale of an old lady who has a mysterious dream which leads her on a special journey to a very special baby.<br />Materials – “Babushka” by Sandra Ann Horn<br />Environment/location – a quiet reading spot.<br />Further Planning - Christmas activities, Russian cooking<br />Cultural Diversity<br />
  49. 49. Language<br />Age - 5 +<br />Description - Aboriginal Folk Story about how the water got on to the plains.<br />Materials - “How the Water Got Onto the Plains” by Olga Miller<br />Environment/location - Quiet reading area<br />Further Planning – More folk lore stories, aboriginal art<br />Cultural Diversity<br />
  50. 50. Music & Movement<br />Age - All ages<br />Description - HAKA Traditional dance of the NZ Maori people commonly used by NZ All Black before playing to “ward off enemies”.<br />Materials – Loud Singing voice!<br />Environment/location – plenty of space to move around.<br />Further Planning – learning the different Haka tunes – NZ cultural experiences.<br />Cultural Diversity<br />
  51. 51. Music & Movement<br />Age - All ages<br />Description – Belly Dancing. A traditional Egyptian dance form.<br />Materials – Belly dancing music, good hips!<br />Environment/location – plenty of space to move around<br />Further Planning – yoga, other musical dancing<br />Cultural Diversity<br />
  52. 52. Art Experiences<br />Age - Preschool<br />Description - Aboriginal Flags made on paper plates with kids handprints<br />Materials - hands, paint, paper plates<br />Environment/location - painting area<br />Further Planning- more aboriginal art and culture activities<br />Cultural Diversity<br />
  53. 53. Art Experiences<br />Age - 5+<br />Description - <br />Dream Catcher - made by the Native Americans to ward off bad dreams.<br />Materials – Paper plate, wool, hole puncher, craft beads, feather, textas & scissors<br />Environment/location- inside area<br />Further Planning – Northern Americans customs<br />Cultural Diversity<br />
  54. 54. ADDITIONAL NEEDS<br />
  55. 55. Language<br />Age - 2+<br />Description – Song “ Taking Turns”<br />Materials – good singing voice<br />Environment/location- varies<br />Further Planning – role model taking turns and using manners<br />Additional Needs<br />
  56. 56. Language<br />Who knows the alphabet?Who knows the alphabet?Who knows the alphabet?Who knows the alphabet?<br />Who knows the letter A?--A--A--A--AWho knows the letter B? --B--B--B--BWho knows the letter C?--C--C--C—CWho knows the letter ???..........Z<br />Who knows the alphabet?Who knows the alphabet?Who knows the alphabet?Who knows the alphabet?<br />Age - All<br />Description- Teaching the Alphabet in Sign language<br />Materials – Lyrics & fingers<br />Environment/location - varies<br />Further Planning – whole words in sign language<br />Additional Needs<br />
  57. 57. Music & Movement<br />Age - 0+<br />Description – Dance Party @ The Zoo<br />Materials – dancing feet<br />Environment/location - varies<br />Further Planning – animals, zoos, animal sounds<br />Dance party at the zoo. We’ll move like the animals do.Like bears and kangaroos, it’s a dance party at the zoo.<br />Get ready to dance like the animals do! Dance like a…<br />1. FROG (jump from a crouched position)2. SNAKE (slither with hands or on mat)3. SEAL(lie on stomach, extend arms and pull bottom half forward)4. CRAB (crab walk)5. DUCK (walk in a squatting position)6. KANGAROO (jumping)<br />Additional Needs<br />
  58. 58. Music & Movement<br />Move your hands to the beat of this song.<br />Grab something and play along. Move your hands!<br />C’mon everybody get in the groove.<br />Listen to the music and make your move. <br />Move your hands!<br />Age – 2+<br />Description –” Move Your Hands a Song for encouraging motor participationfor people of all ages with physical disabilities <br />Materials – clapping hands<br />Environment/location - varies<br />Further Planning – move your feet, move your arms etc<br />Additional Needs<br />
  59. 59. Art Experiences<br />Age - 0+<br />Description- Whipped Cream finger painting<br />Materials – whipped cream (aerosol) food colouring<br />Environment/location – an area that can be hosed down!<br />Further Planning – more sensual and cognitive activities<br />Additional Needs<br />
  60. 60. Art Experiences<br />Age - 3+<br />Description- Paper Chains – cutting in a straight line & using the stapler<br />Materials – Paper, ribbons, card<br />Environment/location – collage table<br />Further Planning- joining concepts, circles and other shapes<br />Additional Needs<br />
  61. 61. Bibliography <br />Dreamtime Story – Indigenous Australia<br />Finger Plays & Action Rhymes – C&K Assoc QLD<br />www.kinderart.com<br />www.education-world.com<br />http://adhd.kids.tripod.com<br />www.songsforteaching.com<br />www.bellaonline.com<br />www.musictherapy.org<br />www.specialneedsinmusic.com<br />