catapult how many sticks do I need

Kids would love this craft for popsicle sunday! DIY spoon and popsicle stick catapult.

Royal family inspired Finger Gym. Was based on the longest serving reining monarch. We also read The Queen's Hat.

When I returned to I decided I wanted a permanent area for fun, fine motor control activities. I looked on line for ideas and set one up. As you scroll through the photos you’ll see how i…

Label the castle for Foundation/Early KS1.

Castles is a FANTASTIC topic for both and Learn about Castle Staff, Explore Castles around the UK and find lesson ideas and interactive resources.

Inspiration for a Castle and Knights themed sensory tub I want to make

Fantasy Kingdom - castle, knights, dragons and treasure

Small world play - This fantasy kingdom includes a wooden castle, knights and dragons and gold and silver treasure nuggets.

Skip Counting Battlements - Castle themed math activity for counting in 2's, 10's and 5's

Castle themed Skip Counting

Knights Helmet With Visor For Kids To Make on St George's Day

Jack wanted to make a knight's helmet with a visor - and here it is, complete with jaunty feather on top! It's a little more complicated to make.

Some of the best houses having been created in the trees. Treehouse Construction is a project based learning activity that asks students to design to design and build a 3D version of their dream treehouse. Students can design a single room treehouse or create a multileveled mansion in the trees. This includes extra resource pages for story writing, math skills (geometry), and can be used in conjunction with many other subjects.

Treehouse Construction, A Project Based Learning Activity (PBL)

Treehouse Construction is a project based learning activity that asks students to design to design and build a version of their dream treehouse. Students can design a single room treehouse or cr

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