Color the Animal Alphabet
Your kid will love these animal alphabet letter coloring pages, creatively designed to incorporate animals whose names begin with the featured letters.
The Garden Classroom
Transform your science and math, reading and writing, imaginative play, and arts and crafts all through garden-based activities. The Garden Classroom offers a whole year of outdoors play and learning ideas, however big or small your outdoor space – and comes with a lovely, free gift. Welcome to The Garden Classroom Your garden, no matter its […]
OUTDOOR MARK MAKING. NUMBERS, LETTERS AND MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS. - Worms Eye View
The weather has been amazing the past week or so and we are truly making the most of it. Every morning the door is opened wide and the children choose to be outside for a good 90% of the day. I am having a battle at the moment over sun hats which I seem to […]
Number Fishing Tuff Spot
It is #RhymeTime again and this fortnights Nursery Rhyme is "1,2,3,4,5 Once I Caught A Fish Alive". We created a number fishing Tuff Spot.
How to Make a Giant Outdoor Chalkboard
Inside: Step-by-step instructions with photos for how to make an outdoor chalkboard. The kids are going to love playing outside with this! Having fun things for the kiddos to do outside is a must and this outdoor chalkboard that we made for our lil' lady's birthday is a total hit! It gives her a place to be creative and draw without all the chalk on the ground, which ends up on our feet, which ends up all over our dark floors in the house --not cool. This outdoor chalkboard wasn't difficult…
Giant Bubbles Recipe
Do you want to have a go at making Giant Bubbles at home with your little ones? With 1 ingredient and 3 simple steps you could be well on your way to lots of outdoor fun with the kids.
Counting and Number Recognition Sticky Wall Activity
Follow us on Pinterest This tactile and quick set up activity is fabulous for practicing number recognition, counting and one-to-to correspondence. We used it to help consolidate our knowledge of teen numbers but you can adjust to suit whichever numbers you are working on. Ages: 2+ (Maddie was 4 here. See the bottom for Handy Tips to simplify or extend to meet your child's needs) Materials: Coloured paper (we used coloured circles but whatever shape is fine) Contact paper (aka. sticky back…