Be #Someone Who Makes Someone Else Look Forward to #Tomorrow

Wednesday Words of Wisdom – April 24, 2013

Be someone who makes someone else look forward to tomorrow. Sevenly, Support a Cause

this version uses scrap book paper on canvas, but could do a smaller version and use pieces of old christmas cards! love to recycle holiday greetings :)

this version uses scrap book paper on canvas, but could do a smaller version and use pieces of old christmas cards! love to recycle holiday greetings :) would be cute in a canvas with mod podge

Shake things up at the close of this school year!  Use DIY Jenga to practice and review.

Jenga Sums - Teacher's Pet – Ideas Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls.

DIY Addition Game

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine

Make a wonderful book corner using story cut outs from Twinkl!

Stick man Gruffalo BFG Winnie the Pooh Alice in Wonderland Peter Pan Peter Rabbit Jemima Puddle-duck Cinderella Katie Morag Fantastic Mr.

Investigation station idea-use hands to feel what's in each box and try to match the picture with each box- stick on with Velcro

Teach with Trash: Tissue Box Science It would be a good idea to use these as mystery boxes. Place six items in boxes and have them guess what the objects are or what they may all have in common. Could be used to introduce a new unit or book.

A gorgeous display "work to bee proud of" Will match my mini beast theme (need to incorporate that mat somehow!!)

A gorgeous display "work to bee proud of" Will match my mini beast theme (need to incorporate that mat somehow!

Pretend to be detective by reading tiny writing using magnifying glasses! EYFS

We have tried this in my setting, everyone became phonics detectives! It was amazing and the kiddies loved it!

So simple. Great for fine motor! Draw around the obstacles

So simple. Great for fine motor! Draw around the obstacles. Use natural objects instead of plastic: acorns, pods, pine cones, etc.

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