fairy garden signpost, painted signs fairy ring, snail trail, troll bridge on a rustic sign post, minature

Another cute Fairy Garden idea ~ fairy garden signpost, painted signs fairy ring, snail trail, troll bridge on a rustic sign post, minature

Juise: Fairy Garden: Expand and Furnish- lots of furniture, set up ideas, and more!

A fairy swing - also see Juise: Fairy Garden: Expand and Furnish- lots of furniture, set up ideas, and more!

understand place value in EYFS. But, for preschool, simply measuring the distance traveled. closest to the tube, furthest, etc.

MEASUREMENT understand place value in EYFS. But, for preschool, simply measuring the distance traveled. closest to the tube, furthest, etc.

Shadow tracing. Outdoor learning. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

Light-Shadow tracing ~ so simple, yet so brilliant. It was this picture that inspired me to get the old light projectors from the school storage, and do a tracing activity for Groundhog Day. The kids loved the light and shadow experiment.

Totally Love The Idea Of A Fairy Garden In A Bird Bath! Our Fairies would fit in perfectly!

10 Amazing Miniature Fairy Garden Ideas

HFW - Tricky word skittles

Reading - HFW Ring Around A Bottle - students toss the ring and say the word if they land on one, for early years use single letters for the children to sound out

Mark making resource set up in my outdoor classroom.

Mark making resource set up in my outdoor classroom. Use plastic jugs, label with pics, hang on hooks, easy clean up for teacher at the end of the day

Put your CDs in amounts outside for counting and number recognition outside.

Sophie - Grace - Nadine good maths website promoting and giving advice to practitioners and parents on how to develop maths skills: Resources - Early Years Maths

Contact Paper Collage

outdoor activity for ages Play Create Explore: Contact Paper Collage.instead of gluing objects to paper, use contact paper instead (which is already adhesive) and have your toddler just stick items to it!

naughts and crosses made out of a tree stump #abcdoes

Got my husband to make me a noughts & crosses game for my outdoor area, using a tree stump & his chainsaw! We use natural objects to play the game i. Pebbles, shells, fir cones or tiny wooden cookies.

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