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Or ‘Yes it’s a circle. It has no corners’. ’ Gather in the objects by describing the attributes of the objects. Simplify or extend these instructions in accordance with the needs of the group. Rhyme and counting time (Standing) Place one bottle for each person on the wall (box). Walk around the box singing to the tune of 10 Green Bottles: ‘10 little bottles standing on the wall and if one little bottle should accidentally fall’ (or ‘5 little bottles . . ’ as appropriate to the needs of the group).

Come and stand behind . . ’ and so on, making a line to represent the spotty dog. Encourage the children 21 to identify this by themselves. Children with more spots are at the ‘tail end’ – as in the picture. When everyone is in the line: Ask which person is first and which person last – who has a few spots – as the front/head of the dog, who has more spots – as the tail end of the dog. Then act out a little story together of the dog sniffing through the grass wagging his tail (hands behind their backs).

34 Session 6 Materials • Circles, square and triangle shapes (one for each person in the group) in a feely bag. • Large A3 paper circle, paper triangle and two paper squares. • Hedgehog and King puppets, one square shape, one paper square shape and felt-tip pen. • Thirty-second sand egg timer and a box of bricks to build a tower. • Spotted dice and counters which can be placed on the dice to cover the spots (or on the floor beside it). Pass shapes in a feely bag (Sitting) Ask children to take out one shape from the feely bag.

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