Twinkl Resources >> How Many Can Play Here Name Posters >> Thousands of printable primary teaching resources for EYFS, KS1, KS2 and beyond! display, poster, classroom area display, child self management

Twinkl Resources >> How Many Can Play Here Name Posters >> Thousands of printable primary teaching resources for EYFS, and beyond! display, poster, classroom area display, child self management

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Freezer Bag Painting

Paint Bag Writing: Add some paint to a plastic bag, seal it up & spend the afternoon with your kids drawing designs through the paint. Using a Q-tip instead of your finger to avoid tearing a hole in the bag.

Great idea for my mindee's trajectory schema

This afternoon we combined two of our favourite things here at Clare’s Little Tots – cars and drawing. The results were a beautiful masterpiece and lots of fun. This simply play activity took a few minutes to set up, costs nothing and is done using things

Make a magical sensory tray for mark making and early writing using homemade fairy dust and exciting added extras! Such a fun way to ignite the imagination and enthusiasm for young children as they learn their letters and sight words in a playful, hands-on way!

Sensory Writing in Fairy Dust

Make a star dust sensory writing tray to create a magical and exciting early writing experience for young children! Fine motor skills and sensory play too.

Teaching parents that getting messy doesn't mean that learning didn't take place. Mess = Learning! I will change caption to shirt instead of uniform for preschool

Teaching parents that getting messy doesn't mean that learning didn't take place. I will change caption to shirt instead of uniform for preschool

Fill a freezer bag with paint, hair gel, pudding, or mustard. Seal bag and use finger tips or Q-tips to practice letter formation.

Paint Bag Writing: Add some paint to a plastic bag, seal it up & spend the afternoon with your kids drawing designs through the paint. Using a Q-tip instead of your finger to avoid tearing a hole in the bag.

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