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CL (LA) & (S)
To develop listening, attention and speech through singing
CL (U) & L (R)
To learn the meaning of words through actions and through pointing (to the picture of the doctor)
To develop upper body coordination and control through joining in with the actions
UW (TW) & (PC) & PD (HSC)
To learn about doctors and how they help us
To learn positive attitudes and challenge negative attitudes and stereotypes (there’s a female doctor in the picture)
To move rhythmically
To act out the story of Miss Polly through song and gesture
Dance aims
Motor Skills
To develop gross motor skills in upper body
To move in time with the music (e.g. hands knocking in time with ‘rat a tat, tat’)
8. Working with Props: ‘There Was a Naughty Robber’ by Lucy Milan Davis
There was a naughty robber, who stole an egg from a fridge, He ran up and down the road.
Over the hills and under the bridge.
The fridge called the policeman and told him where to go, The policeman chased the robber and the robber yelled no!!!
EYFS aims
PSED (MR) & (F/B) To wait for a turn
To work cooperatively, make good eye contact and move in sync with the parachute
To develop listening and attention through the use of props
CL (U)
To play a game which requires the understanding of several stages and sequences
To develop coordination and control through moving the parachute steadily, to develop fine motor skills through gripping onto and manipulating the parachute and through gripping onto an egg shaker and to practise the locomotor skill of running (as they chase or are chased)
CL (U)
To demonstrate the meaning of ‘up’, ‘down’, 'high' and ‘low' through movement
L (R)
To develop an awareness of rhyme
To pretend to be a robber and/or policeman/policewoman solo
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