Fine motor and maths activity. Children have to do the sum, or, for younger children, count the dots, and then match the key up to the correct padlock to open it. This activity not only improves their maths, but also strengthens the muscles in their hands and fingers, which is important for improving writing skills.
This is a super cool idea! Put some objects in the bag, and let kids pull one out to tell the next part of the story! Some kids would REALLY look forward to this!
Sort and Count Maths Bottles - The Imagination Tree
Use old bottles and pom poms for simple counting and sorting maths games and motor skills fun! With lots of ways to play and learn, these are a great addition to the maths area at home or school. Welcome to another Playful Maths activity, part of a series being co-hosted with Learn with Play at...Read More »
Phase One Phonics Activities | Teaching Resources
We (a group of final year teaching students) have been involved in a project to find resources and activity ideas to enable special needs children with no or very little speech, to access the phonics curriculum. We have developed a range of activities in the hope that children of many different abilities, needs and interests can be motivated to participate. Although all of the activities have been devised with special needs children in mind, they may also be used with any children in the…
Create Shiny, Clear, Hard Bioplastics - Science Experiment
Learn how to make plastic that is shiny, clear and hard with items from your pantry. This bioplastic project is a fantastic science experiment for kids.
Flour and porridge oats. Many different lines of enquiry displayed by the children from making cakes to acting out Goldilocks and the three Bears from Happy kids Goldthorpe
'What's in the Bag?'- A Fun Activity for Language Development
If you ever see me when I'm at work, you're sure to hear the sound of some musical toys ringing, beeping or mooing every time I put my b...