Individual session: Tea With The Queen

£18.00

Please use these activities to remember Queen Elizabeth II with your little ones.

“Tea with the Queen” is the perfect activity for your little ones to remember the Platinum Jubilee year. Extend the learning by discovering the pomp and ceremony of our Royal family, what they do, where they live and of course the late Queen’s favourite Royal corgis!

In this adventure you will:

  • Wake up the Littlemagictrain and arrive at the Queen’s castle.
  • Peek in the windows as you try to find the Queen.
  • Take part in the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
  • Trot and gallop with the royal horses.
  • Time to find the Queen.
  • Hear a lot of snoring – could that be the Queen?
  • Success, we have found a very noisy Queen and it’s time for tea.
  • Share the tea, cakes, and yummy treats.
  • Time to say thank you and goodbye to her Majesty the Queen for a wonderful tea party.
  • Say goodbye to all the different soldiers and find your Littlemagictrain and return home.

There are so many opportunities for learning in the adventures. All the planning and hard work has been done for you and the sessions cover all areas of the Foundation Phase and the new EYFS.  These sessions are also a wonderful activity for children with additional learning needs.

Don’t forget to give the children their certificate’, on completion of their adventure.

Includes:
– Introduction to Littlemagictrain
– Session Plan and Illustrations
– Practitioner Notes and Guidance
– Music to accompany the session

Available in Welsh-medium.

Your download will include:

Introduction

A guide to running your own Littlemagictrain adventure.

Session Plan and Practitioners notes for the adventure "Tea with the Queen".

This guide shows you how to move the story forward with illustrations, music and movement.

Download illustrations

Who lives in the castle?

Changing of the guard.

Prancing ponies.

Time for tea.

delivery

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