IT IS NEVER TOO EARLY TO ESTABLISH HEALTHY HABITS.
Little Feet is our range of walking activities for children aged 2-5 years old, designed specifically for use in early years settings.
Little Feet resources are perfect for introducing the benefits of walking to young children and their families, encouraging them to adopt healthy walking habits through topics linked to the Early Learning Goals.
WE ARE DELIGHTED TO INTRODUCE THE BRAND NEW ‘LITTLE FEET – ELMER’ ACTIVITY PACK, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ANDERSEN PRESS, PUBLISHER OF THE ELMER BOOKS BY DAVID MCKEE.
The Elmer pack joins our existing range of Little Feet activities for children ages 2-5 years old. It includes a set of colourful and engaging resources designed for use in early years settings, perfect for introducing the benefits of walking to young children and their families!
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HOW DOES LITTLE FEET WORK?
Each Little Feet activity is a collective walking journey for up to 30 children and their families. The activities are themed to help children learn about the world around them. They can be delivered at any time of year and are generally run over a period of 2-4 weeks.
LITTLE FEET IS AVAILABLE IN THREE VARIANTS:
1) LITTLE FEET – ELMER – a special edition presented in partnership with Elmer the Patchwork Elephant, the colourful character created by David McKee who has appeared in more than 30 books in the series.
2) PEOPLE WHO HELP US – an introduction to the people who help us in the community, such as fire-fighters, postal workers and teachers.
3) MINIBEASTS – introducing tiny creatures commonly found in the UK, such as butterflies, worms and ladybirds.
Delivery of Little Feet - Elmer is supported by an Elmer hand puppet. Other variants are supported by Strider, our walk to school mascot!
INSIDE EACH PACK, YOU'LL FIND:
An introductory letter for practitioners
An activity guide
30 information and activity booklets for families
A journey map and stickers
Pupil reward stickers
Delivery of Little Feet is supported by Strider, our Walk to School mascot!