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Little Red Hen
Space
SSM
Settling in activities
Sensory/Messy Play
Physical Development
Water poems
T4W
Minibeasts
displays
Nativity
Winter time
Autumn
3 little pigs
Phonics
ICT Area
Workshop
Mud Kitchen
Role Play
Busy Fingers
Continuous Provision
Reading Area
Sand Area
construction
Writing Area

Little Red Hen

Little Red Hen / Harvest Classroom Display Photo

A super Little Red Hen / Harvest classroom display photo contribution. Great ideas for your classroom!

The Little Red Hen Classroom Display Photo

A super The Little Red Hen classroom display photo contribution. Great ideas for your classroom!

Life Lately

Autumn has been very mild so far this year; we have enjoyed had some beautiful walks in the country. At home, we have come to the end of our weather and seasons project. The children have learned, through hands on activities, about day and night and shadows and have drawn what they have found out in their books. They have written some sentences on sun and rain and have discovered some of the different cloud formations. We did two mini unit studies on the books A New Coat for Anna (seasons…

Traditional Tales

I am in the throws of planning for my upcoming topic on Traditional tales for my reception class. There are so many great traditional tales ...

Harvest Edible Sensory Recipe

A very messy, edible sensory recipe. Pretend to be farmers and harvest the bean crop! The recipe contains full details of what you will need, along with step-by-step instructions on how to make it. Please note that although this recipe is safe for children to taste and explore with their mouths, it is not intended for them to eat in large quantities.

Active World Tray,Active world tray sensory play tray,sensory water tray,educational supplier,education supplies,tuff tray

Active World Tray,Active world tray sensory play tray,sensory water tray,educational supplier,education supplies,tuff tray

Fun on the Farm Themed Tuff Tray Resources and Ideas

Early Years / Key Stage 1 Teaching Resources - Primary Treasure Chest provides 1000s of EYFS teaching resources for all areas of the curriculum. High quality early years resources / preschool printables for teachers.

Little Red Hen Split-Pin Characters (SB7175)

A group of body part sets that can be assembled into characters from the story of The Little Red Hen.

Thematic Literature-Based Learning in Your Own Home

Sunfish Press is a small publisher of thematic, literature based educational products for parents of preschool aged children.

Little Red Hen Lesson Plans | FreshPlans

The Little Red Hen is a familiar story, and one that all kids ought to know. In the story, the Little Red Hen plants wheat, harvests it, and bakes bread to feed her family. At every stage, she asks for help, saying “Who will help me plant the wheat?” and so on.… Continue reading

Little Red Hen Activity - Retelling through Sensory Play

A Little Red Hen activity that focuses on sensory play to help children retell the story. A fun, hands-on way for children to explore literacy concepts.

Space

Moon Sand Recipe

Moon sand is one of our favorite sensory recipes! It's a must-see list of easy to make sensory play activities. I bet you have most of the ingredients you already need at home! We could also call this space sand as we added a fun space theme to our play. Read on to find out how to make moon sand. Homemade Moon Sand Recipe for Kids May is Make Your Own Moon Sand! Read about 12 Months of Sensory Dough Play by Lemon Lime Adventures WHAT IS MOON SAND? Moon sand is an unique but simple mixture of…

Space Themed Sensory Tray

We have brought Space to our Sensory Play this week. With countless opportunities for the imagination to run wild - This Space themed Tray is great for developing language, curiosity for the natural world, numeracy, cause and effect and fine motor skills.

Space sensory writing tray {101 Ways to Teach the Alphabet}

Make this simple Space Sensory Writing Tray using colored salt and some space figurines. Great for practicing letters, numbers, and sight words!

Space

Why not check out these 'space' activity ideas and see where your children take you?!

MAKE A SPACE HELMET FOR YOUR TEDDY – 5 MINUTES TO BLAST OFF - LADYLAND

So by this stage of the school holidays things are getting pretty delirious. There’s a good chance you’ve run out of ways to entertain the little monsters. How about a teddy bear’s picnic… on the moon? This only take five minutes. Create a moonscape by covering the lounge room in white duvets and pillows, make a space helmet for teddy, whack on some David Bowie then blast off to the moon picnic. A tissue box Foil A pipe-cleaner Tape Scissors Wrap the tissue box in the foil by poking all the…

playing with a space blanket eyfs - Bing images

Nebulae Provocation

It has been forever since I have posted, but I promise I will try to get back at it! The class has been exploring Outer Space recently. I brought in a book I got (on sale!) that has images taken...

What Would I Take to Space Rocket Handwriting Lines (Australia)

A great writing frame, beautifully illustrated to fit in perfectly with your Space topic.

Blue Room (@blue_columbia)

The latest Tweets from Blue Room (@blue_columbia): "Bye bye @blue_columbia 👋 All the best for next year and your new classes. You will be missed 😢 You have been great! 👍 https://t.co/meFer2KfA0"

Space Display Pack

Download all the resources you need for your space display in this handy pack. Includes display rockets, three banners, six posters, two sets of display borders, word cards, display lettering, display symbols, display numbers, space days of the week,

Whatever Next Story Map Hand Drawn

Whatever Next Story MapA hand drawn story map to use when storytelling.Please also see our talk for writing planning.

SSM

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Settling in activities

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Sensory/Messy Play

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Physical Development

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Water poems

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T4W

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Minibeasts

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displays

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Nativity

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Winter time

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Autumn

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3 little pigs

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Phonics

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ICT Area

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Workshop

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Mud Kitchen

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Role Play

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Busy Fingers

Activités Montessori 2 ans : 10 idées faciles ! ⋆ Club Mamans

une sélection de 10 activités Montessori pour les enfants de 2 ans et plus! De quoi les occuper pendant les vacances avec 3 fois rien !

Funky Fingers Station

14 simple yet effective activities designed to improve & strengthen fine motor/dexterity skills. Perfect for any infant classroom's Funky Fingers Station!

Continuous Provision

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Reading Area

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Sand Area

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construction

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Writing Area

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Moon Sand Recipe

Moon sand is one of our favorite sensory recipes! It's a must-see list of easy to make sensory play activities. I bet you have most of the ingredients you already need at home! We could also call this space sand as we added a fun space theme to our play. Read on to find out how to make moon sand. Homemade Moon Sand Recipe for Kids May is Make Your Own Moon Sand! Read about 12 Months of Sensory Dough Play by Lemon Lime Adventures WHAT IS MOON SAND? Moon sand is an unique but simple mixture of…

Space Themed Sensory Tray

We have brought Space to our Sensory Play this week. With countless opportunities for the imagination to run wild - This Space themed Tray is great for developing language, curiosity for the natural world, numeracy, cause and effect and fine motor skills.

Space sensory writing tray {101 Ways to Teach the Alphabet}

Make this simple Space Sensory Writing Tray using colored salt and some space figurines. Great for practicing letters, numbers, and sight words!

Space

Why not check out these 'space' activity ideas and see where your children take you?!

MAKE A SPACE HELMET FOR YOUR TEDDY – 5 MINUTES TO BLAST OFF - LADYLAND

So by this stage of the school holidays things are getting pretty delirious. There’s a good chance you’ve run out of ways to entertain the little monsters. How about a teddy bear’s picnic… on the moon? This only take five minutes. Create a moonscape by covering the lounge room in white duvets and pillows, make a space helmet for teddy, whack on some David Bowie then blast off to the moon picnic. A tissue box Foil A pipe-cleaner Tape Scissors Wrap the tissue box in the foil by poking all the…

playing with a space blanket eyfs - Bing images

Nebulae Provocation

It has been forever since I have posted, but I promise I will try to get back at it! The class has been exploring Outer Space recently. I brought in a book I got (on sale!) that has images taken...

What Would I Take to Space Rocket Handwriting Lines (Australia)

A great writing frame, beautifully illustrated to fit in perfectly with your Space topic.

Blue Room (@blue_columbia)

The latest Tweets from Blue Room (@blue_columbia): "Bye bye @blue_columbia 👋 All the best for next year and your new classes. You will be missed 😢 You have been great! 👍 https://t.co/meFer2KfA0"

Space Display Pack

Download all the resources you need for your space display in this handy pack. Includes display rockets, three banners, six posters, two sets of display borders, word cards, display lettering, display symbols, display numbers, space days of the week,

Activités Montessori 2 ans : 10 idées faciles ! ⋆ Club Mamans

une sélection de 10 activités Montessori pour les enfants de 2 ans et plus! De quoi les occuper pendant les vacances avec 3 fois rien !

Funky Fingers Station

14 simple yet effective activities designed to improve & strengthen fine motor/dexterity skills. Perfect for any infant classroom's Funky Fingers Station!

Whatever Next Story Map Hand Drawn

Whatever Next Story MapA hand drawn story map to use when storytelling.Please also see our talk for writing planning.

Little Red Hen / Harvest Classroom Display Photo

A super Little Red Hen / Harvest classroom display photo contribution. Great ideas for your classroom!

The Little Red Hen Classroom Display Photo

A super The Little Red Hen classroom display photo contribution. Great ideas for your classroom!

Life Lately

Autumn has been very mild so far this year; we have enjoyed had some beautiful walks in the country. At home, we have come to the end of our weather and seasons project. The children have learned, through hands on activities, about day and night and shadows and have drawn what they have found out in their books. They have written some sentences on sun and rain and have discovered some of the different cloud formations. We did two mini unit studies on the books A New Coat for Anna (seasons…