Pocket Wet Playtime Games by Jenny Mosley


Pocket Wet Playtime Games by Jenny Mosley

Every member of the school community feels a sense of gloom when the sky turns grey and it starts to rain. Children can become so restless, excitable and edgy. However, with some creative forethought, wet playtimes can be full of fun and games, helping children to relax and enjoy themselves and making sure that nobody is at a loose end. This booklet is full of lively and exciting games to delight and entertain children. Designed to stimulate a spirit of cooperation and healthy interaction, there are games to suit lots of different moods and interests. There are mind games where children can pit their wits against an opponent and physical games for letting off steam. There are also games of chance to help children understand that it's not about winning and losing, but playing the game and having fun with their friends.

About the Author

Jenny Mosley is well known internationally and nationally, and is in great demand for her inspiring talks, lectures and workshops. Her books and resources have received wide and enthusiastic acclaim. She leads a popular, successful consultancy company that provides unique in-service training and team-building for teachers, health workers, interagency partnerships, support staff, lunchtime supervisors, parents and children. Her books include the seminal All Round Success, Quality Circle Time in the Primary School and Quality Circle Time in the Secondary School and the recent How to Create Calm Dining Halls! Her pioneering work in playgrounds has been featured on Just One Chance, a BBC documentary, and has led to many exciting playground projects.

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36 pages


Jenny Mosley
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Publication date

13th January 2016



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