Phonics/Literacy

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Phonics I-Spy Discovery Bottle – The Imagination Tree Phonics I-Spy game. Fun way to help kids practice letter sounds and keep them entertained when you’re on the go. Phonics Activities, Language Activities, Educational Activities, Learning Activities, Preschool Activities, Kids Learning, Learning Spanish, Letter Sound Activities, Preschool Phonics

Phonics I-Spy Discovery Bottle - The Imagination Tree

Make a phonics I-Spy discovery bottle for hours of playful literacy fun at home, in the classroom or even when travelling! Letter learning is so much fun!

Numbers Preschool Activities: Hidden Numbers Challenging activity that assesses numeral identification in preschool learners.Preschool Activities: Hidden Numbers Challenging activity that assesses numeral identification in preschool learners. Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Classroom Activities, Teaching Math, Teaching Reading, Numbers Preschool, Learning Numbers, Math Numbers, Preschool Number Activities

Hidden Numbers | Activity | Education.com

Play this hidden number game with your preschooler that will give her a leg up in learning numbers.

Learning and Exploring Through Play: 44 Tuff Spot Play Ideas Alphabet Activities, Literacy Activities, Preschool Learning, Nursery Class Activities, Capacity Activities, Colour Activities, Senses Activities, Teaching Phonics, Preschool Literacy

Magnetic letter hunt! Can you find the first letter in your name can you spell your name? EYFS/pre-school activities.

Drawing with Cars ~ Marker Cars is a fun activity that merges art and play. A great way to get the nursery boys mark making! Drawing with Cars ~ Marker Cars is Eyfs Activities, Nursery Activities, Preschool Activities, Projects For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Art Projects, Marker, Transportation Theme, Process Art

Drawing with Cars

Drawing with Cars ~ Marker Cars is a fun activity that merges art and play. A great way to get the nursery boys mark making!

Mess Free Painting with Kids - Laughing Kids Learn Nursery Activities, Painting Activities, Phonics Activities, Sensory Activities, Classroom Activities, Preschool Activities, Sensory Diet, Finger Painting For Kids, Writing Area

Mess Free Painting with Kids - Laughing Kids Learn

Here are instructions on how to conduct a Mess Free Painting with Kids, which they will love. Great for fine motor and creativity.

The Imagination Tree: Mark Making in Foam Writing Area, Pre Writing, Writing Skills, Motor Skills Activities, Literacy Activities, Toddler Activities, Educational Activities, Imagination Tree, Physical Development

Mark Making in Foam - The Imagination Tree

We did a little messy play activity today that didn’t take long and was really easy to clean up (always a bonus!) I covered a board in tin foil. Sprayed on some shaving foam. Mixed in some yellow food colouring. Did a little wondering and “wow”-ing as the foam changed colour and intensified in hue....Read More »

Planning for Continuous Provision can be very time consuming and what gets written on paper often doesn’t translate into actual practice. Eyfs Activities, Nursery Activities, Motor Skills Activities, Writing Activities, Classroom Activities, Morning Activities, Group Activities, Educational Activities, Classroom Ideas

Continuous Provision Planning

Planning for Continuous Provision can be very time consuming and what gets written on paper often doesn't translate into actual practice. I have been working with a number of schools and settings…

Fine Motor: Outlining Letters with Stones- could also use with sight words, numbers, etc. Alphabet Activities, Literacy Activities, Activities For Kids, Activity Ideas, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Learning Letters, Kids Learning, Formation Montessori

Outlining Letters

I've offered this activity with several groups of children, but the group I have now is the only one that really seemed to enjoy it and keep doing it. Print letters, words, or shapes on pieces of paper. Offer objects to place on the lines. This week we used some "jewels" from an old board game and some small rocks (from a craft store). We focused on a key word; you could use letters from the kids' names or other key letters or shapes. In this previous post, you can see this same group of…