Catherine Houghton

Catherine Houghton

Catherine Houghton
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using mini me on velcro to differentiate challenge in continuous provision #abcdoes #eyfs #continuousprovision

You complete the challenge below your Mini Me (moveable groups). When you have completed your challenge, your Mini Me gets a sticker! It is very easy to see who isn't visiting the challenge areas.

Small challenge table, where children find their personal challenge book and complete a different challenge each day.   This one is to match each capital letter with the correct lower case one.

Small challenge table, where children find their personal challenge book and complete a different challenge each day. This one is to match each capital letter with the correct lower case one.

Recycled Tissue Boxes as wool holders - keeps yarn balls organised and free from getting tangled =)

This is a simple way I use for children to get their own yarn and to help keep the yarn organized in the process…. I call this my yarn machine. It is very basic – you just drop a ball of yarn (make sure it is a ball) in a tissue box then thread one end …

Make a track with cubes & program the Bee-Bot to move accurately around it (",)

Make a track with cubes program the Bee-Bot to move accurately around it (",) sparks the idea that we could do with RC cars

Paper plate stencils!

paper plate stencils> pencil control- This idea is much easier for crayons or pencils. I think my girls will feel more confident about doing stenciling with the paper plates verses the small plastic stencils they have used in the past.