Learning Shapes With Toy Cars
The manipulative for this weeks #ToolsForLearning is small toys. I couldn't resist making a play activity based on Adam's favourite small toy of all time - the toy car! As we have very few shape adventures I decided to create a Learning Shapes With Toy Cars activity.
Drawing with Cars | Clare's Little Tots
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 you’ll already have around the house. What you need: Toy...
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...
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 »
These are a few of my favourite (found) things, Part 2
Outdoor areas, boats! Role play. Mayer on wheels and a robe they should hale Them selves in to shore?
Word Work Wednesday
Finally we get the vowel sounds down - the short vowels - the long vowels - and then it happens. Bossy R comes along. Now those vowel sounds we were so sure about are not the same! This always seems to cause my students to *stall* so I'm taking the bull by the horns car by the steering wheel to help them practice and master these sounds. Since we will have to *park* here for a while I thought it might be fun to burn a little rubber while we're at it! Click on the link below to download your…
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More cork crafts - mini-beasts and boats
I was very chuffed to be asked to take part in a craft hangout with Netmums, along with a group of other craft bloggers. We were given a list of a wide range of recycled materials to chose to craft with, and I picked corks (I wonder why that was?) Ruby was so happy with the fairy toadstools I made and they are still getting lots of play time out in the garden, popping up here and there to delight the elves so I thought we'd make something else we could play outdoors with. She helped me to…