Secret Sight Words ! sight word reading activity with paint

Reading Activity: Secret Message Sight Words

Pattern cards (FREE printable) for mark making and early handwriting - from Rachel (",)

Pattern cards (FREE printable) for mark making and early handwriting - from Rachel (",)

Letter formation idea. Emergent writing. Mark Making. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning

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Letter formation idea. Emergent writing. Mark Making. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning

Sandbox Writing {and cards!}. Develop fine motor skills with KS1 chdn who find writing hard, for EYFS to develop writing skills.

Sandbox Writing {and cards!}. Develop fine motor skills with KS1 chdn who find writing hard, for EYFS to develop writing skills.

Worms Eye-View: OUTDOOR MARK MAKING. NUMBERS, LETTERS AND MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS.  EYFS LINKS

Worms Eye-View: OUTDOOR MARK MAKING. NUMBERS, LETTERS AND MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS. EYFS LINKS

Paper cutting can be introduced to 2 year-olds and should be preceded by kneading play-doh or modeling clay, transferring, tonging, stringing beads, and tearing strips of paper. The direct aim of paper cutting is scissor safety and bilateral hand-eye coordination. Cutting with a scissors is an indirect preparation for handwriting.

Paper cutting can be introduced to 2 year-olds and should be preceded by kneading play-doh or modeling clay, transferring, tonging, stringing beads, and tearing strips of paper. The direct aim of paper cutting is scissor safety and bilateral hand-eye coordination. Cutting with a scissors is an indirect preparation for handwriting.

Mark making in a sand-filled tray - from Rachel (",) Love the idea of putting wrapping paper underneath...

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Mark making in a sand-filled tray - from Rachel (",) Love the idea of putting wrapping paper underneath...


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Dandelion sap works really well as invisible ink! Get the children to pick a flower and then mark make with the sap from the stem. To reveal what they have done, either leave in the sun to dry or heat on a radiator. Their work will magically appear!

Dandelion sap works really well as invisible ink! Get the children to pick a flower and then mark make with the sap from the stem. To reveal what they have done, either leave in the sun to dry or heat on a radiator. Their work will magically appear!

Fun mark making opportunity / Early Years - wrap up blocks with drawing paper for an alternative to flat paper. Watch then get creative making parcels, decorating them and writing their name :)

Fun mark making opportunity / Early Years - wrap up blocks with drawing paper for an alternative to flat paper. Watch then get creative making parcels, decorating them and writing their name :)

Mark making in mess free paint. Put cling film under and on top of the paint then, Mark make with fingers or tools. Kelly J.

Mark making in mess free paint. Put cling film under and on top of the paint then, Mark make with fingers or tools. Kelly J.

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