Space sensory tub, I like the idea of themed sensory tubs.  For kids who have trouble with play skills, it gives their imaginations a starting point and makes the experience more meaningful.

Space sensory tub, I like the idea of themed sensory tubs. For kids who have trouble with play skills, it gives their imaginations a starting point and makes the experience more meaningful.

This is just so darn smart!  A hula hoop on a dry erase board to practice telling time.  Brilliant!

Telling Time- stick a hula hoop to the white board, and write numbers around the inside of the circle to make a "clock". You can make little notches around the inside of the hula hoop to practice telling time to the exact minute, if you choose to,

Very good idea to support this story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Many of my Little children like posting items, and looking for and identifying the fruit as we read the story and they post. We also talk about our likes and dislikes, our favourites and also about healthy food and treats. I downloaded this activity from ...

Very good idea to support this story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Many of my Little children like posting items, and looking for and identifying the fruit as we read the story and they post. We also talk about our likes and dislikes, our favourites and

Preschool science center... different than what I would typically think of but cool!

"Can You Fix It?" Science Center

"I bought a simple, inexpensive flashlight, took it apart, and placed it on the science shelf. Children put it back together like a puzzle through trial and error. Once they get all the pieces together correctly, the flashlight will turn on!

Sharing glass nuggets between our friends' mini me's. EYFS

Math EPA // Sharing glass nuggets between our friends' mini me's.

Continuous provision in the sand area- Glass pebbles, containers: including egg cups, trinket boxes, wooden bowls, scoops: including spoons, honey spoons, wooden scoops for herbs, shells and different found stones and pebbles. All displayed in matching baskets that are labelled with photo images which are labelled.

Continuous provision in the sand area- Glass pebbles, containers: including egg cups, trinket boxes, wooden bowls, scoops: including spoons, honey spoons, wooden scoops for herbs, shells and different found stones and pebbles. All displayed in matching baskets that are labelled with photo images which are labelled.

give your friend a moustache and glasses #abcdoes #markmaking #teachingideas #eyfs

portrait practice with flair Mark making-draw on your friends faces

Planning for Continuous Provision from ABC Does (",)

More detailed continuous provision plan to use alongside simple view.


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threading different sized objects in continuous provision #abcdoes #continuousprovision #challenge #eyfs

Differentiated fine motor activity - threading beads, pasta or cut up straws on to sticks or spaghetti (",)

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Challenge in continuous provision - 'encouraging' children to take on a challenge whilst maintaining a high level of engagement and 'telling' them they have to do something and risking low levels of engagement and low levels of attainment.

Continuous Provision: Malleable

Continuous Provision chart for Construction and Small World area, including key learning objectives, resources and vocabulary. Based on 2012 ELGs.

Phonics fun! Finding the matching rhyming word! Using these in my year 1 continuous provision!

Finding the matching rhyming word! Using these in my year 1 continuous provision!

What a great way to get children using the language of attributes ... long, prickly, bumpy, smooth, etc.

Teach with Trash: Tissue Box Science

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.

Magnet sorting

Primary level science station for magnets. "Is it magnetic?" This sorting science station is appropriate for pre-k, kindergarten, primary grades, or preschool. With younger children be careful to ensure items size isn't a choking hazard.

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