Presentation on theme: "Out For Our Children Celebrating LGBT History Month in Early Years Louise Davies."— Presentation transcript:
Out For Our Children Celebrating LGBT History Month in Early Years Louise Davies
Out For Our Children is a group of London lesbian parents producing books and resources that reflect our children's lives and family experiences. A child needs love, support and acceptance for who they are and where they come from and OFOC believe that inclusive books and other materials are an essential part of that support.
Our new Foundation Stage Pack is now available to view or download at Activities for Nursery and Reception (all referenced to SEAL and EYFS) Law and Educational Policy Guidance Frequently Asked Questions
Activities for LGBT History Month with Early Years children If I Had A Hundred Mummies Vanda Carter A young girl speculates on what life would be like with more than the usual allocation of mothers!
SEAL Say No To Bullying: I like the ways we are all different and can tell you something special about me New Beginnings: Understanding the feelings of others I know that everybody in the world has feelings EYFS Personal, Social and Emotional Development: Understand that people have different needs, views, cultures and beliefs that need to be treated with respect Understand that they can expect others to treat their needs, views, cultures and beliefs with respect If I Had A Hundred Mummies
Role Play – The things we like to do with our parent/carer. 1.Yes Let’s 2.Imaginary Journey Role Play Follow Up 1.Make and send some postcards from your destination 2.Video children explaining where they have been (perhaps to an adult who did not go on the journey) play it back to them 3.Draw/paint pictures of what the hundred mummies got up to when you arrived
Introduction Read the story. To Discuss What happens in the story? What was good about having a hundred mummies? What was not so good? Did the little girl really have a hundred mummies? How many mummies did she really have? If I Had A Hundred Mummies
Collage There is a page in the book which is a collage of all of the mummies junk. Ask the children what kind of things their mums/carers like to keep. Provide them with magazines and junk materials to create their own collages (show them the page in the book for inspiration and point out that they can layer things on top of each other). Wonderful Mummies Ask the children to draw their mummy/mummies (or carer) and cut her/him out. Then stick them at the beginning of a long strip of paper, slowly adding to them one by one and forming a queue just like in the book. Display this and encourage mummies to come and take a look!
The Singing Nun Julia Margaret Cameron Amy Johnson Radcliffe Hall & Una Trowbridge Rebecca Stephens