Nursery literacy

Collection by Gayle Millar

Gayle Millar
19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know 19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know,Learning activities DIY salt tray with alphabet cards. Easy to make and kids have fun. Early Learning, Fun Learning, Kinesthetic Learning, Learning To Write, Learning Spaces, Learning Games For Toddlers, Children Games, Children Play, Helping Children

Sensory "play" for developing fine motor skills and letter/number familiarity eye/hand coordination - eye tracking and "copying." So good for so many skills!

Making Boys Men: Clothes pegs (pins) busy bags Toddler Learning, Toddler Fun, Preschool Learning, Early Learning, In Kindergarten, Toddler Activities, Preschool Activities, Kids Learning, Learning Games

Clothes pegs (pins) busy bags

I love busy bags (if you've not heard of them they're as described - a bag of goodies to keep your little ones busy). They always prov...

Inspector Phonics (easy to adapt idea) Year 1 Classroom, Eyfs Classroom, Outdoor Classroom, Eyfs Activities, Early Literacy, Literacy Activities, Nursery Activities, Literacy Stations, Literacy Centers

Inspector Phonics

This was a very quick activity to set up and J really enjoyed it! I put some sand and shells into a cat litter tray, it has never been used by a cat, promise!! Next, I cut up some white card into small pieces. I wrote four of the sounds J is learning on a…

Gym Week - Funky Fingers "Painting" inside a ziplock. Maybe seal it with heat so it can't be opened"Painting" inside a ziplock. Maybe seal it with heat so it can't be opened Nursery Activities, Phonics Activities, Writing Activities, Dinosaur Activities, Sensory Activities, Writing Area, Pre Writing, Abc Does, Reception Class

Linked Provision

'Linked Provision' is a bit of a hybrid that I first used with a Reception setting to help them to get round their issue of hearing guided readers…

Paint Bag Writing promotes fine motor skills, letter formation, and shape formation. Eyfs Activities, Motor Activities, Writing Activities, Preschool Activities, Writing Area, Pre Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Practice, Funky Fingers

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Use plastic eggs to match sight words, build compound words, find homophones and more! Have students write sentences using the compound words they make. Sight Words, Sight Word Games, Sight Word Activities, Easter Activities, Literacy Activities, Educational Activities, Spring Activites, Easter Games, Literacy Skills

8 Educational Easter Egg Activities!

Easter egg activities for the classroom that are fun and EDUCATIONAL!

Love these uses for Easter eggs for teaching preschool/kindergarten activities. might be good for kinder sight words. Art Activities For Kids, Easter Activities, Holiday Activities, Literacy Activities, Literacy Stations, Aba Therapy Activities, Educational Activities, Literacy Centers, Toddler Activities

They Don't Care About Us

I love a good mystery and Three Graves Full hooked me even before I opened it because it has a truly unique plot. Jason Getty is a socially-awkward loner who is adjusting to life after becoming a widower. Within the first chapter, readers learn that he has a body in his back yard, a body that he buried after killing a man that “nobody would miss.” After one year of agonizing his every move and stressing that someone will discover his dark secret, Jason decides to move on with life; he hires…

I like how here they used sponges to represent letters of the alphabet and not just for cleaning. There are other uses of sponges like in crafts. The children can learn colours and even the alphabet, while making crafts. Elderly Activities, Dementia Activities, Toddler Activities, Physical Education Games, Health Education, Letter Form, Montessori Toddler, Team Building Activities, Gross Motor Skills

Sponge Tower Time - Toddler Approved

{Hi! If you are new to Toddler Approved, come stop by our Facebook page for more ideas to help you create, explore, and learn with your child each day!} Pin It When you’re making tons of sponge balls… you end up with a lot of these. (cut sponges in fourths or thirds) And before you make themContinue Reading