Melted Snowman Art: Isn't that just the cutest idea ever??!

Melted Snowman Art: Isn't that just the cutest idea ever? After creating this artwork, the students can write about how their snowman melted!

When the Gruffalo & friends came to school! - footprints, numeracy,  measurement, non-standard measure, creative, maths, EYFS, Gruffalo. (Just done with cardboard cut outs of the characters footprints and baby talc sprinkled around them)

Print these footprints around the classroom - who is it? What clues do we have?

Frozen theme small world play from Moorsideprimary.net

Frozen theme small world play - laminated cut outs in small plastic stands, white plastic rather than fabric and real ice cubes.

Tracks in the Snow - Beautifully displayed materials for exploring animal tracks using white clay and/or white sand

Provocation Winter - Tracks in the Snow - Beautifully displayed materials for exploring animal tracks using white clay and/or white sand

"Winter" Sensory Tub - cotton balls, cinnamon sticks, pinecones, red pompom or bead "berries", nuts, snowflakes

January Sensory Bin-- cotton balls, nuts/pinecones, "people", wooden knots, etc-- wonderful winter fun!

How to create a small world play scene in a mini suitcase! A perfect, low-cost gift for imaginative kids and great for play on-the-go!

Arctic Small World Play in a Suitcase

The Imagination Tree: Arctic Small World Play in a Suitcase. What a fun gift to make for the littles!

Easy Snow Dough. This stuff is SO cool! Perfect for winter sensory and small world play. My son loved pushing the snow dough around with his trucks!

Silk smooth yet moldable, snow dough is the perfect sensory material for winter-themed small world play.

Polar Express Inspired Small World Play from Rachel (",)

Christmas Continued

The North and South Pole ... labels, instructions, non fiction and fiction books to read and opportunities to write (signs, labels, lists, adventure book) ... lots of interest! LH

The North & South Pole . labels, instructions, non-fiction & fiction books to read and opportunities to write (from TishyLishy)

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