Christmas Handprint Cards - The Best Ideas for Kids
Christmas Handprint cards - these are so cute! Love the reindeer, elf and Santa crafts. This is perfect for kids to make as a Christmas craft or a gift kids can make. Perfect for preschool or kindergarten. #bestideasforkids #christmas #christmasgifts #christmascrafts #christmasforkids #kids #kidscrafts #craftsforkids #kidsactivities #diy
Made my own blending line for my reception class today... They were very intrigued and hopefully it will encourage them to think about the sounds that make up words :)
Paint Chip Christmas Cards
These paint chip Christmas cards are SO BEAUTIFUL and they're really easy to make! They're so simple, but end up looking amazing! Such a great homemade Christmas card idea!
Fork Painted Christmas Tree – The Pinterested Parent
Spread the love♫ Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, this fork painted Christmas tree craft is looooovely!! ♫ We love playing around with different painting methods., especially ones where we get to paint without brushes. If…Continue Reading…
Sensory fun with fire safety theme: we made little flames out of fun foam and wrote numbers on them. Add a little water to your sensory table so they float and give the children a spray bottle with water in it. The children can squirt the " flame" the number of times the number says, or squirt them in numerical order.
How high is your tower? Maths and finger strengthening too... turn over the timer... throw the dice... build your tower using the tweezers .. keep score ... best of three! LH
Numbers With Numicon Shapes 0-20 Display Posters
Brilliant numicon idea! Rebecca has attached numbers and number shapes to the outdoor bikes so children will continue to learn whilst out at playtime! Re-create these in your learning environment with our easy to use resources! #maths #numicon #learning #teaching #education #teach #school #parents #outdoors #play #twinkl #twinklresources #earlyyears #eyfs
I really like this idea for practicing sight words. This is an engaging activity for students to practice spelling words. This also helps students with their letter recognition.
How many circles can you fill with beans before the timer runs out? Can you do it again and beat your first score?! Counting, sorting fine motor skills. Also used as an investigation area where children can use their senses to explore the different types of beans.