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Make a Burglar Bill Story Sack 2 Storytime and Workshop 3 Most Wanted Worksheet 4 Role Play 5 Locking up The Windows Locking up the Doors 6 Burglar Bill s Supper 7 Burglar Bill s Obstacle Course 8 Burglar Bill s Ginger Biscuits 9 Police Officer s Footsteps 10
Janet and Allan Ahlberg s illustrated story of, Burglar Bill can be purchased online here. Introduction,Dear Early Years Practitioners , This pack has been designed to support develop and extend learning based upon the. story of Burglar Bill The activities within the pack meet the Areas of Learning across. the Early Years Foundation Stage 2014 and support the Characteristics of Effective. learning which are the different ways in which children learn . Where our youngest children are concerned stories are such an important part. of developing communication and language skills and to experience story telling in. different ways is of huge benefit , The activities included in this pack such as ideas for role play should have an open . ended element allowing children to take their play in a direction that we adults may. not have thought of Here they have the opportunity to interpret act out the moral. dilemmas within the story and to change the ending with sensitive adults in tune. with children s play at the highest levels of involvement Providing activities in this. way gives children every opportunity to be creative and imaginative and develop. story telling skills of their own ,Debbie Wallbank Early Years Professional. Make a Burglar Bill Story Sack 2,Storytime and Workshop 3. Most Wanted Worksheet 4,Role Play 5,Locking up The Windows Locking up the Doors 6. Burglar Bill s Supper 7,Burglar Bill s Obstacle Course 8. Burglar Bill s Ginger Biscuits 9,Police Officer s Footsteps 10. Burglar Bill s Memory Game 11, Make a Burglar Bill Story Sack. To encourage parental engagement in this story prepare a story sack to go home. with the children Parental engagement is likely to mean greater involvement with. the story Learning outcomes for children improve when parents read to and share. experiences with their children , You could include the book Burglar Bill some laminated pictures of the main. characters and scenes within the story with key words on the back a clock a. triangle and beater to chime the time in the story a torch the recipe for ginger. biscuits to make at home a request for parents to include each child recipient s. baby picture for the child to bring in for a display in your setting You could also. include copies of the home fun activities on this site Encourage children to return. and share the work they have done at home and to add their baby picture to the. class display Teachers could participate by bringing in their baby picture too . For children for whom English is their second language also include translations. of words in the child s home language in the story sack This may seem time. consuming but is essential for EAL children to connect with the story Parents of. these children are crucial in interpreting for children key words and key messages. within the story All families are also aware of the different languages within the. setting which develops an inclusive environment You can find translations on google. translate e g Bill antirrobo Spanish w amywacz Bill Polish . Area of learning , C L Listening and Attention ELG Understanding ELG Speaking ELG. L Reading and Writing ELG, UW People and Communities ELG The World ELG. Characterisitics of Effective Learning , Playing and Exploring Active Learning Creating and Thinking Critically . Storytime and Workshop,Activity small group ,STORY AND DISCUSSION. Read the story to a small group of children and then use open questioning to. establish whether children have grasped the stories plot and let them decide. whether Burglar Bill is acting within boundaries of acceptable behaviour . What are the effects of his and Burglar Betty s behaviour on others Encourage. children to think about issues from the viewpoint of others . Extend it is worth having a definition ready in anticipation for the questions . What is an Orphan , What is a Widow ,Extend further . Use the wanted poster on p4 to come up with a description for Burglar Bill and. Burglar Betty so the police may find them Scribe the children s words into the. poster and display around the setting , Come up with some other wanted posters for made up burglars with descriptions. and drawings or ask the children to dress up and take photographs of their. character , Area of learning , C L Listening and Attention ELG Understanding ELG Speaking ELG. PSE Self confidence and Self awareness ELG Managing Feelings and . Behaviour ELG, L Reading and Writing ELG, Characterisitics of Effective Learning . Active Learning Creative and Critical Thinking , Burglar Bill Role Play. Role play encourages children to immerse themselves in a story and provides. opportunities to progress across all seven areas of learning within the EYFS 2014 . and all three characteristics of effective learning Ideally this activity should be on. offer for a few weeks before and after watching the performance of Burglar Bill . Involve the children in setting up the role play area they are more likely to play in. an area that they have helped to develop Listening to their ideas and valuing every. contribution are vital This area will develop over the weeks and especially after. watching the production , Begin with a blank display and develop ideas using key words and pictures take. photographs of the area as it develops and of children playing within the area . Producing a mind map may help , An activity like this provides the opportunity to use positional language i e in front. of beside in behind under on top through etc , Resources not an exhaustive list Home Corner with additional resources bed and. quilt drawer for a baby to sleep in changing mat nappies baby bowl for washing. clothes washing line wheelbarrow newspapers toy piano a copy of Burglar Bill a. clock torches Free choice dressing up box with flat caps eye masks stripy tops . hessian sacks handbags police hats and uniforms , To extend provide large blocks cardboard boxes and crates and ask the children to. build a police station indoors or outdoors They may ask for resources to support. this area also such as paper pens telephone etc Play can be extended to small. world play using dolls houses lego and small world figures and blocks . The role of the adult is to observe how children engage with the resources noting. language interaction negotiation co operation sharing turn taking and to model. emotional coaching and sustained shared thinking to reflect on and develop ideas . Area of learning , All seven areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage ELGs. Characterisitics of Effective Learning , Playing and Exploring Active Learning Creative and Critical Thinking . Locking up The Windows Locking up the Doors, How could the residents of Burglar Bill s neighbourhood have kept their homes. Could Burglar Bill have got through as many windows if there had been locks on. Place a collection of padlocks and keys in a basket and mix them up Can the. children match the right keys to the padlocks Time them to see how long it takes . Observe how the children problem solve and how will they remember which keys. they have tried do they develop a system to separate the keys they have tried . Scaffold children s learning by asking open questions so children can talk the process. Area of learning , PD Moving and Handling ELG, M Numbers ELG Shape Space and Measure ELG. PSE Self confidence and Self awareness ELG, Characterisitics of Effective Learning . Playing and Exploring Active Learning Creative and Critical Thinking . Burglar Bill s Supper, Burglar Bill liked to eat fish and chips for supper Can you make him a fish and chip. supper using play dough and add some healthy vegetables such as peas and carrots . Area of learning , PD Moving and Handling ELG Health and Self care ELG. M Numbers ELG Shape Space and Measure ELG, EAD Exploring and Using Media and Materials ELG Being Imaginative ELG. Characterisitics of Effective Learning , Playing and Exploring Active Learning Creative and Critical Thinking . Burglar Bill s Obstacle Course, Who s that creeping down the street . Who s that climbing up the wall , Who s that coming through the window . Who s that It s Burglar Bill , Provide an obstacle course where children can practice moving like Burglar Bill . Start the course by pushing the baby in a wheelbarrow to the first obstacle . A balance beam creeping ,An A frame climbing over . Mini ramps up and down tip toe ,Camouflage net commando crawl . Tunnel crawl through using cross lateral movement . At the end of the obstacle course have a playhouse tent den where children choose. an item to put in their sack before returning to the start Make items of varying sizes. and weights so they are developing spatial awareness and thinking carefully about. their choices, Area of learning , PD Moving and Handling ELG Health and Self care ELG. PSE Making Relationships ELG, M Shape Space and Measure ELG. EAD Being Imaginative ELG, Characterisitics of Effective Learning . Playing and Exploring Active Learning Creative and Critical Thinking . Burglar Bill s Ginger Biscuits, Burglar Bill and Burglar Betty enjoy eating ginger biscuits together why not make. some to try ,Ingredients , 110g butter or margarine . 225g self raising flour, 225g sugar, 1 2 tsp baking powder. 1 tsp ground ginger,1 Preheat the oven to 150C fan 130C gas 2 . 2 Melt the butter and mix in the beaten egg , 3 Mix together the dry ingredients and then add the butter egg mix Make sure. these mix thoroughly it may be necessary to use your hands . 4 Shape the resulting dough into small balls roughly 2cm across . 5 Place WELL APART on a thoroughly greased tray About 6 on an average sized. tray and bake for 20 25 mins If they are still a bit pale after this turn the oven up a. fraction to brown them slightly ,6 Leave to cool completely on the tray . RISK ASSESSMENT Check for allergies These biscuits can be made with gluten. free flour and dairy free butter , Area of learning . L Reading ELG, UW People and Communities ELG The World ELG. M Shape Space and Measure ELG, EAD Exploring and Using Media and Materials ELG. Characterisitics of Effective Learning , Playing and Exploring Active Learning Creative and Critical Thinking . Police Officer s Footsteps, This activity is of the same principle as Grandma s footsteps . One person is chosen to be Burglar Bill Betty and puts on the mask and hat . rummaging in a sack facing away from the other players police When the game. starts all the other players have to try and sneak up on the burglar without being. seen or heard At random times throughout the game the burglar has to turn. around Any police officer seen moving gets sent back to the start The burglar turns. back around and players start moving again , The winner is the person who first taps Burglar Bill or Burglar Betty on the. shoulder This person is the burglar in the next round . Basic Rules , All players must remain as quiet as they can when approaching the burglar . If the burglar says you re out you must go back to the starting line . The burglar can turn around as often as s he likes . Area of learning , PD Moving and Handling ELG Health and Self care ELG. C L Listening and Attention ELG Understanding ELG. PSE Self confidence and Self awareness ELG Making Relationships ELG. EAD Being Imaginative ELG, Characterisitics of Effective Learning . Playing and Exploring Active Learning Creative and Critical Thinking . Burglar Bill s Memory Game, Playing this game is a good way of developing memory skills and concentration . both skills useful for all learning It is a twist on Kim s Memory game . Put 10 things from the Burglar Bill story on a tray e g a toothbrush a picture a. torch a baby s rattle etc Ask the children to look carefully at them for about thirty. seconds Then take the tray away and ask them what they remember . Extend Alternatively cover the things take one away and ask the children to spot. what s missing You can put more things on the tray as they get better . Area of learning , C L Listening and Attention ELG Understanding ELGM Numbers ELG . Shape Space and Measure ELG, PSE Self confidence and Self awareness ELG Making Relationships ELG. Characterisitics of Effective Learning , Playing and Exploring Active Learning Creative and Critical Thinking .