New Classroom Ideas

First filled the bottle with about two tablespoons of rice. Then put a piece of plastic wrap under the lid and glued the lid. The plastic wrap allows to actually open the lid. Everyone will get a little sprinkle before our "Circle Time" begins!

Made my own blending line for my reception class today... They were very intrigued and hopefully it will encourage them to think about the sounds that make up words :)

Blending line - Teaching and practising blending for reading VC and CVC words and segmenting for spelling.

Resilience Poster - promoting resilience in schools

Resilience Poster - promoting resilience in schools . --- Have Resilience Today! Click the picture.

This is on the whiteboard in my classroom where I write our daily schedule. I found giant 8" Googly eyes and used my Cricut to cut vinyl letters from the Sesame Street Font cartridge. Made by Carrie Freeman

This is on the whiteboard in my classroom where I write our daily schedule. I found giant 8 Googly eyes and used my Cricut to cut vinyl letters from the Sesame Street Font cartridge. Made by Carrie Freeman

This display was made by a Twinkl Teacher - "My initial letter sounds display. My current class have found objects for the display to help the new reception children coming in September." Great idea!

This display was made by a Twinkl Teacher - "My initial letter sounds display. My current class have found objects for the display to help the new reception children coming in September.

Self-registration for my Reception class. Once they have recognised their own name the children fix the block to the board before sitting down.

Self-registration for my Reception class. Once they have recognised their own name the children fix the block to the board before sitting down.

using mini me on velcro to differentiate challenge in continuous provision #abcdoes #eyfs #continuousprovision

You complete the challenge below your Mini Me (moveable groups). When you have completed your challenge, your Mini Me gets a sticker! It is very easy to see who isn't visiting the challenge areas.


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