Early Years ideas from Tishylishy
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 72,736 likes · 31,674 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and...
dragons and dogs in Georgia
The weather in New England has been mild--not that much snow--but rather grey. So when my recent visit to sunny Atlanta GA was quite nice. But that was also because of the lovely students, librarians and teachers I met there, too! I taught the students how to draw dragons: But, they seemed to already have a lot of artistic skill already, as evidenced by all the creative projects they did with my books: yes, the baby belly is starting to bulge! I particularly enjoyed this project. Students…
Chinese New Year
I’m a little late, Chinese New Year was Sunday February 10th. Plus it’s a long while since I’ve posted anything. There have been things I have wanted to blog but not actually take…
Chinese New Year Song
Illustrated Chinese New Year song telling the story of the great race which determined the order in which the animal years began.
Chinese New Year - Stimulating Learning
Activities for Early Years children, linked with Chinese New Year - from Rachel (",)
Chinese Calligraphy~a great Chinese New Year activity! Find this and other Chinese New Year activity ideas at www.fairydustteaching.com.
SupplyMe Online Teacher Supply Store (Formerly MPM School Supplies)
Want to incorporate some fun sensory play and learning into your lesson plans, but aren't excited the mess that goes along with many sensory experiences? Fingerpaint bags offer a great solution!...
Chinese New Year Fun - Stimulating Learning
Actives related to Chinese New Year, suitable for use with children in the Early Years - from Rachel (",)
Fire Breathing Dragon Craft
This fire breathing dragon made from a toilet paper roll is an easy kids craft that uses simple craft supplies. When you blow into the end of the tube the tissue paper looks like flames coming out of the dragon's mouth! Fire Breathing Dragon Craft Add this activity to your crafty bucket list, because it's SO MUCH FUN! And it's ridiculously simple to make. Kids, toddlers and preschoolers will love to see the dragon blowing fire! The photos make me smile, just looking at them. Watch the Video…