Alphabet Beans matching game literacy activity

Matching Alphabet Beans Literacy Game

Alphabet Beans matching game literacy activity Make an alphabet beans literacy game and an ongoing resource to use in lots of activities together!

easter art with carrots

Writing, painting and printing with carrots :: Easter crafts

Do it with Math

Check out 'Fun Phonics' to see Bouncy Blending in action and check out their other ideas while you're there!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar. A sequencing lesson I did in Kindergarten.

Type of Lesson: Math Objective: The child will count the dots and write how many there are on the line given a marker the child will write the number on the line Program goals:to develop independance

Matching letters with the base to make words. Great for phonics!

An interactive activity which involves students choose individual blocks with single letters on to build a word which is spelt out on a singular block. Great for practising phonics with younger pupils.

'I Spy with My Little Eye'... limiting the choice of objects for this popular game - from Rachel (",)

Practical Phonics Activities

mark making with play dough :: pre writing activities :: multi sensory writing activities

play dough recipe and ideas

What are the best play ideas for toddlers? If you were thinking up the perfect mix of activities for what would you have on your list? I asked some friends what their children think are the perfect play ideas and here’s what we came up with.

Sharpies on foil and other fun pre-school ideas. We could do with something more permanent for outdoor mark-making.

Drawing on foil with Sharpies.we did mini versions the other day and backed them on black card and they looked gorgeous :)

mark making in PVA glue #abcdoes #markmaking #eyfs

A large tray of PVA glue for mark-making - also great for supporting gross motor movement & pattern making as well as more fine-motor dexterity (",)

mark making in PVA glue #abcdoes #markmaking #eyfs

A large tray of PVA glue for mark-making - also great for supporting gross motor movement & pattern making as well as more fine-motor dexterity (",)

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.

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