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Letter recognition sensory bin.

Emergent Writing: This activity lets kids use sand to write letters and words. You can use different tools to practice writing. This helps them better writing skills.

"Wizard's Workshop":    -- A sheet of original potion bottle labels for you to attach to your own bottles and jars    - A sheet of Magic Spellbook labels for you to attach to kid's "spellbooks"    - A sheet of wax seal images, with alphabet and symbol seals in a variety of colors    - Instructions and 6 different color templates to create your own rolled paper magic wands

Could link dragons to wizards- half way through dragons owner could be a wizard who has potions. Could write rhymes for potions capacity coloured water

play based inquiry: Reteling Owl Babies (",)

play based inquiry: Retelling Owl Babies OOOHHHHHHhhhhh I'm excited, we have the owls, now we can add the natural elements!

Use "Owl Babies" to inspire children's play with loose parts; natural feathers, stones, sticks, pinecones, tree slices

Use "Owl Babies" to inspire children's play with loose parts; natural feathers, stones, sticks, pinecones, tree slices - could place in a feely bag to talk about textures etc.

Shadow tracing. Outdoor learning. Teaching. Classroom. Resources. EYFS. Early Years. Reception. Children. Learning.

Light-Shadow tracing ~ so simple, yet so brilliant. It was this picture that inspired me to get the old light projectors from the school storage, and do a tracing activity for Groundhog Day. The kids loved the light and shadow experiment.

Every child decorates a stone and then adds a weatherproofing varnish. What an amazingly welcoming display!

Every child decorates a stone and then adds a weatherproofing varnish. What an amazingly welcoming display! School counselors - could make it a great lesson on diversity & add stones to our school garden