Ladybug stained glass window - based on Mem Fox "Yoo Hoo Ladybug"
I just want to hug one of these adorable bears! White chalk on black paper, noses cut from black paper, black marker eyes and mouths.
Creating Forest Faces & Mud Monsters from TheBoyAndMe (",)
Mini beast collages made with garden bits :)
Minibeast Bug Display, classroom displays, class display, Minibeasts, minibeast, bugs, growth, tree, habitat,Early Years (EYFS), KS1& KS2 Primary Resources
Writing Thinking Maps | tree map we completed after studying the desert, arctic, and ...
This would be such a cool bulletin board. This gives students a great visual and adds decoration to the classroom. Any biome or habitat could be portrayed as a bulletin board.
Planting in CD cases. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/home-resource-centre/
henri rousseau for kids - collage (can use to describe fore, middle and background in space
Food Chains display- This is an activity that students can display in the hall way for others to see what they are learning.
Mini beasts - hand painted stones. Kids love it.
Sewing simple spider webs at Cathy's Childminding (",)
we can do all things: Bugs in the Grass
Minibeast inspired tuff spot for EYFS
Cummings Kindergarten: Tissue Paper Butterflies - blue for rainforest ones
Drainpipes and assorted pretend spiders. Perfect for Nursery Rhyme Week
Sensory Tub - minibeast activities theme green spilt peas, bugs beetles along with tweezers, bug catchers and magnifying glasses.
Creepy Crawly role play area
eyfs displays - Google Search
Observation station, observe mini beasts, plants, herbs with magnifying glasses, pots, cloud viewers/windows Love the idea of giving adjectives that they could use to describe the objects. Maybe have an anchor chart to list these.