Racing to understand place value in EYFS
Place value is a fundamental concept in our number system, but it tends to fall between the cracks until children reach KS1. In fact many c...
Explore mark making and colour by racing vehicles through the paint. I did this with cars on our old slide. Encouraged more boys to "paint" that day :)
Train Color Sorting Activity
This train color sorting activity is a fun way for young children to practice color recognition and sorting. My toddler and preschooler both enjoyed it!
Away We Go! Activities by Toddler Approved
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Messy Play for Matilda Mae: Construction Site
Today I wanted to reuse our messy farm materials to make a messy construction site. When I was planning it out last night I realised that to make the best of this experience I would need three thin…
Challenging Outdoor Activities for Boys
Every morning as soon as we leave the carpet and the doors to outside open, my boys take off at 100mph and would happily spend the rest of the day chasing each other around the setting like maniacs, with their k-nex guns in tow. Obviously doing this all day, every day is not very conducive…
Shaving Foam Car Tracks Tuff Spot - Tuff Spot Play
Shaving Foam is a brilliant resource to use and relatively cheap too. Although Adam isn't a fan of touching the shaving foam he will do if cars are involved. We created a Shaving Foam Car Tracks Tuff Spot to explore the shaving foam and paints.
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Small World Play: Construction Site - The Imagination Tree
Cakie is just reaching that exciting age where she is beginning to understand imitative role-play and busies herself in her little kitchen making coffee and toast, washing up and “cookin fings” in the oven. She is watching what we do and representing it in her play with role-play objects and sometimes without, engaging in the...Read More »