OUTDOOR MARK MAKING. NUMBERS, LETTERS AND MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS. - Worms Eye View
The weather has been amazing the past week or so and we are truly making the most of it. Every morning the door is opened wide and the children choose to be outside for a good 90% of the day. I am having a battle at the moment over sun hats which I seem to […]
This was a very quick activity to set up and J really enjoyed it! I put some sand and shells into a cat litter tray, it has never been used by a cat, promise!! Next, I cut up some white card into s…
Linked Provision' is a bit of a hybrid that I first used with a Reception setting to help them to get round their issue of hearing guided readers, without compromising their Continuous Provision.
Foundation Stage Stickney
Reception and Year One had a fabulous time at our Lighthouse Keepers Breakfast Birthday Party. We ate a wonderful 3 fruit salad and some lovely tasting yoghurt. All the Pirates...... I mean children agreed it had made a scrumptious Breakfast feast ! First we shared the story ! We love the swashbuckling Mr and Mrs Grinling. Afterwards, we made Mrs Hawkins walk the plank whilst Mrs Beard and her fellow Pirates made a perfect Pirate ship.
Exploring the alphabet by searching for magnetic letter treasure in the sand. We often add a magnetic board with letters written on it to match them as we find them. Great sand play and early literacy activity. Adventures with Isla-Brae