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Play School Season 306

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Season 306, Episode 01 Faces and Feelings (1)

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Jul 13, 2015
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Faces and Feelings (1) Jul 13, 2015 Series 306: Faces and FeelingsIn this series of Play School we use a diverse range of stories, songs, craft and play to explore faces and feelings. The human face is a first and most significant focus for the new born infant. Faces are full of life and variation and can show that someone is interested and responsive. As young children grow and develop they begin to understand the ways in which faces can reflect thoughts and feelings and how they can use their own faces to express their own feelings. Greater understanding of facial expression and the feelings of oneself and others can help young children to learn to identify and respond positively to the feelings of others. Come along as we make things for the Play School portrait gallery, play dress ups, meet some rabbit visitors, make a baguette crocodile and much more. We also look through the windows as children introduce us to some special faces in their lives.http://www.abc.net.au/abcforkids/sites/playschool/about/weeklythemes/?theme=4266402Episode 1PRESENTERS Teo Gebert & Alex PappsPIANIST Peter DasentSTORY Grandma, the Baby and Me Author: Emma Allen Illustrator: Hannah Sommerville Publisher: Omnibus BooksFILM New Baby (Play School, ABC)IDEAS FOR LATER - Use fruits and vegetables to make happy and sad faces on pita bread for lunch. - Have a look at some photos of you when you were a baby or toddler. Did you always have a happy face? Were you tired and sleepy sometimes? What made you very happy or excited when you were little? - Make a happy book for a friend by drawing all the things that you think would make your friend happy.SONGSIf You’re Happy And You Know It Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingIncy Wincy Spider Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingHead And Shoulders, Knees and Toes Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingThe Dino Stomp Composer: Judith Simpson/Max Lambert Publisher: ABC Music PublishingMy Granny Loves to Laugh Composer: Arthur Baysting/Peter Dasent/Justine Clarke Publisher: Origin/ControlWhat Shall We Do? Composer: Peter Dasent/Mark Barnard Publisher: Origin/ControlDancing Face Composer: Arthur Baysting/Peter Dasent Publisher: OriginMAKE AND DOHow to Make a Picture FrameYou will need: - Cardboard box lid - Stickers - Sticky tape - Small flowers, gift ribbons, garlands, decorations - Photo of someone specialTurn photo over and stick a curl of tape to the top of the back of the photo.Stick a second curl of tape to the bottom of the back of the photo.Turn the photo over and press firmly on to the base of the box lid so that the lid creates a frame.Decorate the edge of the frame with stickers, small flowers and ribbons, whatever you like!Place the frame in a place so you can see your someone who is special.MAKE AND DOHow to Make a Faces DieYou will need: - Cardboard box approximately 26cm x 26cm. - 6 pieces of white craft paper approximately 20cm x 20cm. - Black coloured pen - Glue stick - Assortment of coloured pensUse the black marker pen to draw a face shape on each piece of paper.Using the different coloured pens, make each face have a different expression.You could draw happy, sad, grumpy, tired, surprised and excited faces.Use the glue stick to attach each face to a side of the box.Use the faces and feelings dice to play a ‘make the face’ game.

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Season 306, Episode 02 Faces and Feelings (2)

S306 E02

Jul 14, 2015
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Faces and Feelings (2) Jul 14, 2015 Series 306: Faces and FeelingsIn this series of Play School we use a diverse range of stories, songs, craft and play to explore faces and feelings. The human face is a first and most significant focus for the new born infant. Faces are full of life and variation and can show that someone is interested and responsive. As young children grow and develop they begin to understand the ways in which faces can reflect thoughts and feelings and how they can use their own faces to express their own feelings. Greater understanding of facial expression and the feelings of oneself and others can help young children to learn to identify and respond positively to the feelings of others. Come along as we make things for the Play School portrait gallery, play dress ups, meet some rabbit visitors, make a baguette crocodile and much more. We also look through the windows as children introduce us to some special faces in their lives.http://www.abc.net.au/abcforkids/sites/playschool/about/weeklythemes/?theme=4266402Episode 2PRESENTERS Eddie Perfect & Rachael CoopesPIANIST Peter DasentTOLD STORY Talya’s Happy Day (A story told by the Play School team)FILM Twins (Play School, ABC)IDEAS FOR LATER - Find some leaves in the park or garden. Can you match them up? How are they the same? How are they different? - Use a paper plate to make a happy and sad face. - Ask if you have any kitchen scales you can look at. Try weighing an apple, or an orange or a potato. Which one is heaviest?SONGSWhat Shall We Do? Composer: Peter Dasent/Mark Barnard Publisher: Origin/ControlDo You Put Your Hat On Composer: Val Donlon/Claire Henderson Publisher: ABC Music PublishingHow Are You Feeling? Composer: Peter Dasent/Sophie Emtage Publisher: Origin/ControlEverybody Do This Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingTwo Little Eyes Composer: M. Miller/Paula L. Zajan Publisher: Allans MusicChanges Composer: Henrietta Clark/Don Spencer Publisher: ControlPainting A Picture Composer: Peter Dasent/Garth Frost Publisher: OriginTeddy Bear Teddy Bear Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingMAKE AND DOHow to Make a Body OutlineYou will need: - Large piece of paper – body size - An assortment of tissue paper, wrapping paper, newspaper - Glue sticks - Coloured pens or crayonsPlace the large piece of paper on the floor and lie down on it. Ask someone to trace around your body shape.When your body shape is done you can decide whether you want a happy, sad, grumpy or tired face.Use the coloured pens or crayons to add eyes, eyebrows, ears, mouth and nose. Use the different sorts of paper to add clothes to your body shape.

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Season 306, Episode 03 Faces and Feelings (3)

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Jul 15, 2015
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Faces and Feelings (3) Jul 15, 2015 Series 306: Faces and FeelingsIn this series of Play School we use a diverse range of stories, songs, craft and play to explore faces and feelings. The human face is a first and most significant focus for the new born infant. Faces are full of life and variation and can show that someone is interested and responsive. As young children grow and develop they begin to understand the ways in which faces can reflect thoughts and feelings and how they can use their own faces to express their own feelings. Greater understanding of facial expression and the feelings of oneself and others can help young children to learn to identify and respond positively to the feelings of others. Come along as we make things for the Play School portrait gallery, play dress ups, meet some rabbit visitors, make a baguette crocodile and much more. We also look through the windows as children introduce us to some special faces in their lives.http://www.abc.net.au/abcforkids/sites/playschool/about/weeklythemes/?theme=4266402Episode 3PRESENTERS Justine Clarke & Eddie PerfectPIANIST Peter DasentTOLD STORY Arella’s Camping Trip (A story told by the Play School team)FILM Lila’s Dog (Play School, ABC)IDEAS FOR LATER - Visit the fruit and veggie shop and see what you can find that a rabbit would like to eat. Make a yummy salad for a rabbit! You can be a rabbit and nibble and bite, and chew your salad. - Make a tent for your toys so that they can go camping like Arella. - Play monster dress ups! Find some different fabrics or old clothes and dress up as a monster. Give yourself a monster name and take a photo!SONGSLittle Peter Rabbit Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingSong To Make You Smile Composer: Arthur Baysting/Peter Dasent Publisher: OriginChicken Dance Composer: Werner Thomas/Terry Randall Publisher: Eura-Vox MusicLet Me See You Do The... Composer: Genevieve Jereb Publisher: Gellybean RecordsWalking In The Bush Composer: Tony Strutton Publisher: ABC Music PublishingI’m Not Afraid of the Kissing Monster Composer: John Shortis Publisher: ABC Music PublishingOomba Baroomba Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingMAKE AND DO  How to Make an Animal BoxYou will need: - Cardboard Box Cube - Animal Stencils - Sticky tack - Sponges - Tray of black paintSelect an animal stencil and use sticky tack to stick to a side of the box.Place a sponge in the black paint and use it to dab all over the stencil.Repeat this for each side of the box.Remove the stencils carefully and see the animal shapes – one on each side of the box.Let the paint dry and then you can use the animal box for a game where you guess the animal and do the animal actions.

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Season 306, Episode 04 Faces and Feelings (4)

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Jul 16, 2015
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Faces and Feelings (4) Jul 16, 2015 Series 306: Faces and FeelingsIn this series of Play School we use a diverse range of stories, songs, craft and play to explore faces and feelings. The human face is a first and most significant focus for the new born infant. Faces are full of life and variation and can show that someone is interested and responsive. As young children grow and develop they begin to understand the ways in which faces can reflect thoughts and feelings and how they can use their own faces to express their own feelings. Greater understanding of facial expression and the feelings of oneself and others can help young children to learn to identify and respond positively to the feelings of others. Come along as we make things for the Play School portrait gallery, play dress ups, meet some rabbit visitors, make a baguette crocodile and much more. We also look through the windows as children introduce us to some special faces in their lives.http://www.abc.net.au/abcforkids/sites/playschool/about/weeklythemes/?theme=4266402Episode 4PRESENTERS Alex Papps & Rachael CoopesPIANIST Peter DasentSTORY Hurry Up Alfie Author/Illustrator: Anna Walker Publisher: Scholastic PressFILM Grandma (Play School, ABC)IDEAS FOR LATER - Dress up your toys for going out. Are they going to the park? The shops or on a trip to the moon? Some foil is useful for making astronaut clothes for your toys. - Have a look in the mirror and check out your nose. Look at some animal pictures in books or on the internet. See what different shaped and sized noses you can find. Which animal has the biggest nose? Which animal has the longest nose? - Make some masks! Draw different faces with different expressions on some cardboard and cut them out to make masks.SONGSRig A Jig Jig Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingHave You Ever Noticed Your Nose Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingThis Little Piggy Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingIf I Were A Little Pig Composer: Bohemian Folk Song Publisher: ABC Music PublishingThree Little Monkeys Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingWhen The Rain Is Falling Down Composer: Zoe McHenry Publisher: Orient Pacific MusicIt’s So Nice To Have A Cuddle Composer: Sandy Tobias-Offenheim Publisher: ABC Music PublishingLet’s Dress Up Composer: Peter Dasent/Garth Frost Publisher: OriginWiggerly Woo Composer: Don Spencer/Moira Cochane Publisher: Mushroom/ControlMAKE AND DOHow to Make Pig Masks for Pig PuppetsYou will need: - Paper plates - Plastic cups - Patty pans - Pipe cleaners - Masking tape - Marker pen - Ice cream stick or wooden spoonAttach paper cup to paper plate with masking tape.Add patty pan eyes with masking tape and draw on a mouth.Twist pipe cleaners into ear shapes and attach to the paper plate with pieces of masking tape.Tape an ice cream stick or wooden spoon to use as a handle so that you can play with your pig puppets.MAKE AND DOHow to Make a Crocodile BaguetteYou will need: - A small baguette roll - Hummus - Lettuce, shredded - Short carrot sticks - Tomato slices - Cucumber sticks - Slices of hard-boiled eggCut bread roll in half.Insert tomato for the tongue, carrot sticks for teeth.Spread hummus on top of roll and place crinkly pieces of shredded on top.Place egg slices on two dollops of hummus for eyes.Add cucumber sticks for the legs.You will need to open wide to eat this crocodile baguette!

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Season 306, Episode 05 Faces and Feelings (5)

S306 E05

Jul 17, 2015
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Faces and Feelings (5) Jul 17, 2015 Series 306: Faces and FeelingsIn this series of Play School we use a diverse range of stories, songs, craft and play to explore faces and feelings. The human face is a first and most significant focus for the new born infant. Faces are full of life and variation and can show that someone is interested and responsive. As young children grow and develop they begin to understand the ways in which faces can reflect thoughts and feelings and how they can use their own faces to express their own feelings. Greater understanding of facial expression and the feelings of oneself and others can help young children to learn to identify and respond positively to the feelings of others. Come along as we make things for the Play School portrait gallery, play dress ups, meet some rabbit visitors, make a baguette crocodile and much more. We also look through the windows as children introduce us to some special faces in their lives.http://www.abc.net.au/abcforkids/sites/playschool/about/weeklythemes/?theme=4266402Episode 5PRESENTERS Rachael Coopes & Eddie PerfectPIANIST Peter DasentSTORY Have You Seen Duck? Author: Janet A. Holmes Illustrator: Jonathan Bentley Publisher: Little Hare BooksFILM Brother (Play School, ABC)IDEAS FOR LATER - Sing the song When Someone Smiles at Me I Feel Like Smiling Too. It goes like this: When someone smiles at me I feel like smiling too. When I see someone who is happy I feel happy too. Happy, happy me, happy, happy you, When I see someone who feels happy I feel happy too. - Set up a pretend toy hospital and take one of your toys to the doctor for a check up. - Ask someone to help you to make some jelly. Put it in the fridge and enjoy it later.SONGSDoodley Doo Composer: Colin Buchanan/Keith Robert Publisher: Rondor/Universal MusicPut Your Finger In The Air Composer: Woody Guthrie Publisher: Tro-Ludlow Music IncShake My Sillies Out Composer: Raffi Cavoukian/Bert Simpson/Bonnie Simpson Publisher: Homeland PublishingTwo Fat Gentlemen Composer: Traditional Publisher: ABC Music PublishingIt’s Fun To Make Things Composer: Scott Aplin/Phil Barton Publisher: ABC Music PublishingI Feel Sick Composer: Ann North/Martin Wesley-Smith Publisher: ControlSilver Ships and Golden Ships Composer: Arthur Baysting/Peter Dasent Publisher: OriginFriends All Together Composer: Peter Dasent/Sophie Emtage Publisher: Origin/ControlMAKE AND DO  How to Make Cake Tin FacesYou will need: - Cake Tins - Eyes, nose, lips and other facial features cut from magazines - Sticky magnetic tape - Safety scissorsAttach small strips of magnetic tape to facial features cut from magazines.Use these to create faces on the upturned cake tin.Mix and match the different features!MAKE AND DO  How to Make a Pop Up CardYou will need: - A4 sheet of cardboard - Safety scissors - Picture for the inside of the card - Masking tape - Paste - Small bowl of colourful bits of paperFold the card in half.Use safety scissors to make two small cuts from the spine of the card toward the open edge. Fold the centre section of the card away from the spine. That is where the pop up part will go.Choose a pop up picture and tape it down. Your picture will now pop up when the card is opened.Use the small, colourful bits of paper to decorate the front of the card.You can add some paste and then sprinkle them on.

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