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Adding machine! :-) super simple to make and fun for the kids to learn about adding/composing numbers!

Math Concepts: This is an adding machine! It is super simple to make and fun for the kids to learn about adding/composing numbers. It will help those kids understand the equal sign in a way they haven't experienced before.

must try this, and find the footballer fingers!

Dough Gym Week - Funky Fingers

Dough Gym for gross motor & Funky Fingers for fine motor skills

Does your name have the letter ___?? I have a card for each letter. Fun activity for letter recognition, letters in their names.

Fun activity for letter recognition, letters in their names. Combines language and literacy with math.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Guess Who?

"Guess the Number" Kids ask questions like "is the number greater/less than___?", "is the number between ___ and___?", "is the number in the tens place___?", "is the number to guess the selected number.

Possibly the best mud kitchen I've seen yet, the full post gives heaps of ideas for resources to include

Make a Mud Kitchen - It's a must!

Best mud pie kitchen article, includes both how & why

This is part of the most amazing play area for kids. Lots of great ideas here made from natural materials like branches and logs. I love the beautiful light reflection in this area.

Outdoor Play Inspiration

Infinite Playgrounds specialises in playground design and construction, including educational play areas and wooden playgrounds.

abc does - cardboard dividers in the sand tray, interesting!

Cardboard divider (with sharing holes) for sensory table

Challenge from Abc does

Challenge from Abc does- dominoes number match.

ABC Does post on display - each child in the class has their own square with their photo and a photo of their family. The rest is added as they go along.

Early Years Display

Display Boards - Nursery/Reception large square for each child with photo of them and significant other - Add examples of work and projects - Annotate with child's comments & adults for evidence (can stick in learning journals later)

ABC Does: The next post in his series, 'Dough Gym Week - Fine Motor Physical Development' (",)

Dough Gym Week - Fine Motor Physical Development

Confetti on a table cloth or felt piece. ABC Does: The next post in his series, 'Dough Gym Week - Fine Motor Physical Development' (",)

abc does: Dough Gym

paint in a zip-lock bag, EYFS letter formation

Ball in the leg of a pair of tights! Children can then use bats to develop their hand eye coordination.

Suspende uma bola num par de collants - para usar com uma raquete.

Melons and golf tees - make a dragon! Pattern making, gross motor skills, counting and using number

What a cool idea for FM - hammering golf tees into a melon

Blog post from Abc Does about what Outdoor provision is and is not

crates, boxes and tubes in the outdoor area

thread differentiated objects on to a skewer #abcdoes #eyfs finemotorskills

Dough Gym is a very effective programme for children who really need to work on their upper body and gross motor development, but there may well be…

ABC Does Deconstructed role play area

ABC Does Deconstructed role play area this is an idea I haven't seen before it looks similar to loose parts play