Winston Way EYFS

Winston Way EYFS

Ilford, London / This is a page for all EYFS staff to pin ideas and inspiration!
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Outdoor loose parts play

Planks perched on tires and crates. You can re-configure this play area a million different ways (via Teacher Tom: Our New Outdoor Classroom)

Maths and science in the kindergarten Waldorf early childhood settings.  By Lisa Gromicko.  Excellent explanation of how children learn math/science through hands-on play.

Maths and science in the kindergarten Waldorf early childhood settings. Excellent explanation of how children learn math/science through hands-on play.

Reggio loose parts play outdoors: a simple invitation to play with mirrors, sand and open-ended materials | Racheous

Reggio loose parts play outdoors: a simple invitation to play with mirrors, sand and open-ended materials. Loose parts play will support children with positioning or connecting schemas.

Fun ways to Measure Nature 9 Learning Activities for Outside (and a new After School Linky!)

Fun ways to Measure Nature 9 Learning Activities for Outside (and a new After School Linky!) could Use this to measure jumps?

Magnetic Discovery Bottles by Preschool Inspirations

Great idea for the magnetic wand and chips. Always love a new idea to for a popular therapy "tool". Includes links to extra chips and wands!

Erupting art for kids - combining art and science in one fun and colorful activity!

Erupting art for kids - combining art and science in one fun and colorful activity! So fun to celebrate 2014 Summer Reading

15 fabulous ideas for small world to make for imaginary play | NurtureStore :: inspiration for kids

15 fabulous small world activities:: Simple Play series - NurtureStore

Draw a letter on a pin board and have children push the pins in correct order to form the letters. (Could write numbers and even draw arrows to show letter formation sequence.) Great for fine motor skill development, but also for remembering the path of motion for each letter.

Draw a letter on a pin board and have children push the pins in correct order to form the letters. (Could write numbers and even draw arrows to show letter formation sequence.) Great for fine motor skill development and letter formation and recognition