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BBC School Radio Playtime Autumn 2010,Autumn 2010, These programmes are available as podcasts and audio on demand from the School Radio website. Refer to dates below to find out when each one is available. Introduction 3,AOD Podcast begins 21 09 2010,AOD Podcast begins 28 09 2010. AOD Podcast begins 05 10 2010,4 Toothbrush 8,AOD Podcast begins 12 10 2010. AOD Podcast begins 10 10 2010,6 Button 10,AOD Podcast begins 02 11 2010. AOD Podcast begins 09 11 2010,AOD Podcast begins 16 11 2010.
9 Raindrop 13,AOD Podcast begins 23 11 2010,10 Robin 14. AOD Podcast begins 30 11 2010,Additional resources 15. School Radio www bbc co uk schoolradio BBC 2010,BBC School Radio Playtime Autumn 2010. the programmes end calmly with a repeat of,Introduction. because the programmes are designed to, Aims of the series be used in a small space and are not wholly.
movement based there is no formal warm, Playtime is an interactive classroom based up the warm up is incorporated into the. programme for pre school and reception children movement itself by starting with small. Playtime aims to provide movements and progressing to larger more. extended movements you may also like to, a grounding in the creative arts including warm up the children before the programme. dance drama and music begins by inviting them to shake out body. the opportunity to develop listening skills and parts likewise they could stretch and cool. concentration down after the programme, development of language skills you are the link between the programmes. lively interactive audio and the children only you can interpret their. material from a wide range of cultural particular needs. backgrounds it is a good idea to use the programmes when. specially written dramatised stories the children are not too tired they need to. a range of songs poems and finger rhymes be alert enough to listen and do. to learn and enjoy,Playtime and special needs,The presenter. Playtime is designed to be used by children in, The programmes are presented by Cbeebies various groupings For children with special needs.
presenter Andy Day He leads the children it may be preferable to use the programmes. through the movement listening and singing in small groups with a teacher or classroom. activities assistant and to use small sections of the. programme at a time moving on to the next,Using the series activity in another session. Playtime can be used in nurseries playgroups Programme content. and reception classes as well as at home with a, parent or carer Each programme is self contained and has a. blend of activities including stories rhymes, the programmes are designed to be used at poems action songs finger games and suitable. a pace appropriate to you and your children accompanying music. The programmes can be listened to straight, through or you can pause the programme There is also a movement activity in which the. and repeat sections or return to them on other children are encouraged to join in with Andy as. occasions he helps them to develop and explore a range of. each programme is self contained simple movements As stated the movements will. each programme is based around a different be relatively small and will not require travelling. object suitable for the age range have an around or lots of space. example of the object present while you listen, to the programme you may also wish to Teacher s Notes.
display an image using the weblinks provided, in these notes The content of each programme is outlined. the series is an interactive resource with a in these notes together with suggestions. lively mixture of doing and listening for discussion before the programme begins. there are sections in each programme where The notes include a list of the key movement. the movement theme is developed and the language used in each programme They also. children are encouraged to join in indicate which parts of the body will be used in. the activities are all suitable for classroom use the main movement activity and give a clear. in a story corner or small cleared space description of the movements that the children. will be asked to perform,School Radio www bbc co uk schoolradio BBC 2010. BBC School Radio Playtime Autumn 2010, The words of any songs or rhymes are printed Programmes are also available as audio on. where possible subject to copyright together demand from the School Radio website for 7 days. with a brief synopsis of the programme s story following transmission check the contents table. above for dates,Finally these notes include several suggestions. for further reinforcement activities after the The audio on demand is a reliable service that. programme together with a list of additional allows you to listen to the programme streamed. resources over the internet This means that you can play. the programme to your class either,Before the programme.
direct from a computer, Before each programme it is suggested that you from a hifi by connecting the output of the. draw the children s attention to a focus object computer into a suitable input on the amplifier. either an online picture or object that will help which offers enhanced sound quality. the children to visualise the main subject of the by connecting the computer to an interactive. programme or that can be used as a stimulus for white board. follow up activities,Using the audio on demand service is just. Further ideas for helping the children to as flexible as using a pre recorded CD of. concentrate are suggested in these notes You the programmes You are able to pause the. may also like to introduce vocabulary that will be programme whenever you wish and also scroll. used in the programme forwards and backwards through a programme to. locate other sections or to listen to sections again. These programmes are available as downloads or, podcasts for 7 days following transmission This We are always delighted to receive feedback from. means that you can download each programme teachers and children about all the series Please. for free as an mp3 file for playback either from a send your comments to. computer or from an mp3 player such as an iPod,BBC School Radio. If you subscribe to the series your computer will MC3 D5 Media Centre. automatically search for each new episode when 201 Wood Lane. you connect to the internet ensuring that you London. never miss a programme It is a perfectly suitable W12 7TS. alternative to acquiring the programme on pre,recorded CDs provided you are happy not to use a.
CD player for playback,More information at,www bbc co uk schoolradio podcasts. School Radio CDs,Programmes are also available to order for UK. schools and other academic institutions only on,pre recorded CDs Further information is available. at this page of the School Radio website,www bbc co uk schoolradio ordercd. School Radio www bbc co uk schoolradio BBC 2010,BBC School Radio Playtime Autumn 2010.
1 Sock Rub a dub dub,Clean socks in a tub, Before the programme Hang them out in a row to dry. With a hole in the toes and a hole in the heel, Playtime is a new series that the children will Watch them bounce on the line up high. not have heard before so they will need to be, reminded of listening skills For some of course The children will join in with washing sock. it may be their first experience of listening to movements wiggling fingers through the holes. audio content in this way During the course of in the socks and then pegging them out on a. the programme they will be asked to participate washing line. with movement poems and songs while at the, same time listening to the presenter who cannot Story. be seen Delila s football socks A specially commissioned. story about a girl who believes she can only score. Tell the children that today s theme is socks goals when she s wearing her lucky football socks. Where do we put them on our bodies Are they until she loses them. easy to put on How many make a pair Have, they ever lost one sock from a pair A collection Suggestions for further activities.
of various types of socks adult children short, long different colours can be made prior to the When the programme has finished look at the. programme and displayed on an interest table types of socks that have been collected Discuss. with the children their length size colour and, Movement language texture and who might wear them Allow the. children to try on socks of various sizes,The following vocabulary will be used in the. programme The above activity can be extended into a. matching sorting game The children can match, pair stretch wiggle push pull take off stand all the pairs of socks and then sort them into say. wobble peg dark or light colours, You might wish to acquaint the children with any Cut out paper sock shapes and ask the children to.
of these and introduce awareness of the feet colour a pair the same as their own The finished. ankles and toes socks can be pegged up on a washing line. Programme content Talk about the clothes worn by different cultures. worldwide Look to see if they wear socks Do the, Movement children in the group wear their socks all year. Actions will be based on putting on socks making round. sure they fit properly The children will then stand. up and pretend to take their socks off standing Focus image. on one leg without wobbling,To display a focus image for this programme go to. Song this page of the School Radio website,Rub a dub dub a traditional rhyme with new. words http www bbc co uk programmes b03g6vfs,Rub a dub dub. Dirty socks in a tub,Red and yellow and blue and green.
With a hole in the toes and a hole in the heel,Wash them all till they re fresh and clean. School Radio www bbc co uk schoolradio BBC 2010,BBC School Radio Playtime Autumn 2010. 2 Apple Suggestions for further activities, Before the programme When the programme has finished make a simple. pictogram of the different coloured apples that, Introduce today s theme of apples to the children have been collected in the group. Where do apples grow Do the children and their, carers buy their apples from a street market a Have a break with apples and milk Prepare the.
fruit shop or a supermarket Maybe they grow in apples with the children talking about hygiene. their gardens and safety Discuss with the children how the. apples grow and count the seeds from the core, Ask the group to bring in one apple each These Encourage new language throughout the exercise. can provide the basis of a nature table for the, children to experience the differences within one Cut apples in different ways What do the children. type of fruit Encourage use of the senses to notice Leave the apples on a plate and what do. explore the differences between the fruit they notice now Experiment with lemon juice. or cover with cling film after cutting Now what, Movement language happens if the apples are left for a while. The following vocabulary will be used in the Focus image. programme which teachers carers might wish to, explore with the children before listening to it To display a focus image for this programme go to. this page of the School Radio website,crunchy shiny pick juicy stretch bend polish.
http www bbc co uk programmes b03g6vft,Programme content. Actions will be based on picking apples from a,tree stretching up high into the branches and. bending down low to place the fruit in a basket,The sequence will end with a polish and bite of. the crunchy apple, Five little apples The children will use fingers to. represent apples and blow through cupped hands,to make the noise of the wind.
Five little apples so red and bright,Were dancing about on a tree one night. The wind came rustling through the town,One little apple came tumbling down. The rolling red apple A specially commissioned,story about a boy who goes to the supermarket. and finds himself chasing an apple that won t, stop rolling down the aisles past all the different. School Radio www bbc co uk schoolradio BBC 2010,BBC School Radio Playtime Autumn 2010.
3 Cat Make a collection of books pictures and,photographs of cats and allow the children to. Before the programme examine them Talk about what they notice the. similarities and differences,Talk about cats Be aware that within some. cultures cats are thought to be unlucky Cut out cats in different positions and with the. If the children have cats who feeds and cares for children make textured collage cats for a frieze. them Who cares for them if they become ill, Turn the home corner into a vet s surgery or a pet. Make an interest table about cats Collect soft shop for role play. toys ceramics or pictures of cats,Focus image,Movement language. To display a focus image for this programme go to, The following vocabulary will be used in the this page of the School Radio website.
http www bbc co uk programmes b03g6vfv,asleep curl paw uncurl wake lick wash. whiskers scratch,Programme content,I have a little kitten to the tune of Sing a song. of sixpence,I have a furry kitten,He s black and white and grey. When I try to cuddle him,He always wants to play,So I drag a piece of string. Across the kitchen floor,He thinks it is a little mouse.
To chase out of the door,The children use their hands to show the. BBC School Radio Playtime Autumn 2010 5 1 Sock Before the programme Playtime is a new series that the children will not have heard before so they will need to be reminded of listening skills For some of course it may be their rst experience of listening to

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