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Elize said in July 30th, 2011 at 5:42 pm

Ey please I need help urgent I’m a teacher for kids thats 5years old, the new theme are birds what can they do for creative activities as well as movement lessons, gross motor and fine motor

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Lorelei said in July 30th, 2011 at 8:09 pm

Did you click on the lesson plans link to open it? There are more than ten projects, outdoor activities, gross motor and fine motor activities in the lesson plan. You can teach the poem “Two little Blackbirds” one day, play Bird Bingo, dig for worms (fine motor control), Make a nest from yarn and twigs (art, fine motor control), go for a nature walk and look for birds and their nests (gross motor control) – the ideas are all there in the lesson plans! Hope you have fun.

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