Playful Storytelling - Ideas for using a Story Bag, Basket or Prop Box!
Find out how to make storytelling a more playful and interactive experience for children by setting up and using a story bag, basket or prop box like these!
365 days in my shoes Day 5
Developing a Whole School Approach to Improving Writing Yesterday I posted a poem inspired by Pie Corbett’s If Only. If only we had used his approaches to developing writing years ago!!! Pie has de…
Play More Month - DaddiLife
Ask anyone over 30 to recount their most treasured memories of childhood play, and few will be indoors. Independent play, outdoors, and varied, is what we remember. As things stand,…
The Curious Educator of Oz
The three billy goats gruff, I wished I had a kindy area set up like this when I was at kindy.... I would have spent my mornings re-enacting the story... Great for supporting a child's development of resilience, and emotional awareness.
Chalkboard story spoons for Bible storytelling
Using wooden spoons painted as story characters is a great way of helping to tell stories to younger children. Unfortunately, it means ...
Getting the most value out of a bookshelf in the preschool classroom
Making clipboards and paper available to encourage children to represent their ideas in play
Noah's Ark Pack Away Pre-School
It was great to see Helen and her team at Noah's Ark again. Not only do I enjoy sharing my ideas with them I also enjoy how much I learn...
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 65K likes. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and the occasional share from others.
The Train Ride is a lovely story with predictable, repeated phrases. In it a young girl catches the train to the seaside to meet a very special person!