Spirals and other Patterns (free printable) from Rachel (",)

Lots of Lines

FIne Motor Activity: Spirals and other Patterns (free printable; from Stimulating Learning with Rachel) Mikayla Genwright PD k

Play Dough Writing Tray-Use this fine motor activity to practice writing letters, sight words, numbers and more

Play Dough Writing Tray

Play Dough Writing Tray-Use this fine motor activity to practice writing letters, sight words, numbers and more. Nash may be more interested in his sight words and letters if we used play dough

Another quick way of completing a survey with the children. Names on pegs (",)

For attendance? A quick get to know you/math (counting and graphing) activity. Later in the year students can generate the questions and write them. Place on light colored paper, laminate, and questions can be added with white board marker.

How to set up the science center (with freebies) in your early childhood classroom.

How to set up the Science Center in your Early Childhood Classroom

How to set up the science center (with freebies) in your early childhood classroom. One of the BEST articles I've read on science centers both general and specific. Also provides fiction and nonfiction texts to pair with the centers.

Story Sticks. Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = “Special” Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you’ve got.

SKILKS: Story Sticks Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = "Special" Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you've got.

Reggio-Inspired Math Activities and Ideas. Find out more at Fairy Dust Teaching.

I really like all the detail that is added to this Reggio - Inspired art center. Shows children they can count with something as simple as sticks and rocks.

Matching letters. Perfect literacy centre activity for learning the letters of the alphabet | you clever monkey

Literacy Centres - Hands-On Ideas For Learning

Using this in my classroom!... When the time comes....

Why Didn't I Think Of That? 24 Useful Tips

Put two dice in a small container. No more lost dice. No more kids crawling all over the floor trying to find the lost dice.

Construction area includes Hi Vis vests, meter sticks, tape measures, clip boards, calculators and all construction resources are available for children to choose from.

I chose this picture because I think having a construction area is important and fun, and this one includes pictures of the students. The pictures create a sense of community and a feeling of belonging.

EYFS shape sorting table, maths, playing with and arranging shape, naming…

EYFS shape sorting table, maths, playing with and arranging shape, naming shapes, discussing shape features.

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