Mark making dice. Roll the dice and copy the pattern. Adapt this for writing numbers by inserting numbers, or use for games with pictures of Numicon plates.

Roll the dice and copy the pattern. Adapt this for writing numbers by inserting numbers, or use for games with pictures of Numicon plates.

Just be! Early Childhood Education: inspirations for life.: What is happening this week?

Early Childhood Education: writing provocation -Pattern cards provide a talking point when drawing

Magnetic letter hunt! Can you find the first letter in your name can you spell your name? EYFS/pre-school activities.

Can you find the first letter in your name can you spell your name? Use different sized magnets to activate fine motor skills.

Bright orange sand for the mark making area this week. Thanks to Rachel at stimulating learning again for the printables I use in this area!

Practicing fine motor manipulation of hand movements to help promote handwriting skills in the sand. Prompt cards are used for children to copy the shapes.

Hope Balloons BB

Kid photos hanging from balloon messages for Mother's Day. Hopes and dreams?

story stones (Gingerbread Man) to support a Talk for Writing approach. Just need varnish.

story stones (Gingerbread Man) to support a Talk for Writing approach. Just need varnish.

Fab idea for non messy mark making

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.

Make a dice with different lines. Roll and write in sand

Valentine's Day Pre-Writing Practice - love this idea. Make a die and have students connect any two pictures depending on roll of die. Roll the pattern a and interpret it onto an instrument*

Inspired by a pin we saw ... we put paper on top and also under the table! It was a great success ... guess where all those boys were! The next day they moved some cushions from the construction area under the table ... 'to make it more comfy' they said! LH

Inspired by a pin we saw ... we put paper on top and also under the table! It was a great success ... guess where all those boys were! The next day they moved some cushions from the construction area under the table ... 'to make it more comfy' they said! LH

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