Alecia Nicklin

Alecia Nicklin

Alecia Nicklin
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subtraction - Bear in the Cave Game --> Five bears are on a picnic and they decided to play hide and seek. Some of them hide in a cave. Have child close eyes while hiding the bears. Leave the remaining bears in plain site. The child opens eves and tries to guess how many bears are hiding in the cave. Have children refer to number line if necessary.

Bear in the Cave Game ~idea for prepositions (in the cave, on the cave, beside the cave.or a math game (ex. you have 3 bears total and 1 is in front of the cave, how many are inside?

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EYFS shape description game - The children take turns at describing a shape to their friend, who then has to attempt to name the shape and travel along the obstacle course to fetch it. Physical Dev nursery year olds

Investigation station idea-use hands to feel what's in each box and try to match the picture with each box- stick on with Velcro

Teach with Trash: Tissue Box Science It would be a good idea to use these as mystery boxes. Place six items in boxes and have them guess what the objects are or what they may all have in common. Could be used to introduce a new unit or book.

Junk modelling, clever little idea for storing the tape. Would love to make a smaller version for the table.  EYFS

Sticky tape Could just be one of the greatest ideas ever! No more broken tape dispensers! Just be! Early Childhood Education: inspirations for life.

Eyfs music area - handbells activity idea

Eyfs music area - handbells activity idea --- could do with tone bells or boomwhackers as well!

Creating faces with loose parts - from Rachel (",)

Creating faces with loose parts - from Rachel (",) - great for 'All about me' early years topic.

Mrs. J in the Library's note: I love these homemade tinker toys because they embody "doing what you can with what you have."  Don't wait for a budget or admin approval.  Just go for it! - No budget?  Use toilet paper or paper towel tubes and straws to make your own building components for a library center!

I have straws and am collecting the rolls (Stephanie) Homemade tinker toys in the library - No budget? Use toilet paper or paper towel tubes and straws to make your own building components for a library center!