After the holidays, I always have gift boxes and tissue paper that I saved from the flurry of present opening on Christmas morning! I like to reuse as much as possible, and this easy Valentine’s Day Craft for kids is super fun to make with those items. Tissue Paper Heart

Easy Valentine's Day Craft For Kids - Tissue Paper Heart Suncatcher

Easy Valentine's Day Craft For Kids - Tissue Paper Heart Suncatcher ⋆ Makobi Scribe

Chinese New Year Story - Pop over to our site at www.twinkl.co.uk and check out our lovely Chinese New Year primary teaching resources! chinese new year, chinese story, story, story of the animals #chinese_new_year #teaching_resources

If you didn't already know, it's the Chinese New Year today! Otherwise known as Spring Festival. So we wanted to wish our Chinese clients a very happy new year!

Our local community board. Using an old car mat and photographs from where the children visit over the year at pre-school such as the post office, tea room, doctors, dentist, hairdressers, shop, etc. EYFS Links: Understanding The World

Using a car mat and photographs, create prayer board for people and places in our community

What if each of our classes studied one habitat and we created this collaborative bulletin board. Then each class teach another class - through drama, or presentation about the habitat they studied

Thinking Maps

A variety of Thinking Map examples in a second grade class. (Team V's Second Grade Fun: Thinking Maps) Make observations of plants and animals to compare the diversity of life in different habitats

This chart compares all world religions in a very concise and easy to read way. The information given for each religion is uniform. I would use this as a grade-level text in a 5-6 grade classroom.

This chart compares all world religions in a very concise and easy to read way. The information given for each religion is uniform. I would use this as a grade-level text in a grade classroom.

Great Fire of London

Probably the most famous disaster in its history, the Great Fire of London shaped the city we know today. Here are the facts via a handy infographic!

After reading the "BFG" we made our own "dream jars" using salt and chalk. I found these neat jars from the dollar store!

After we watch the BFG, we should make our own "dream jars" for PSHCE. We could display them in the corridor.

Model of the Great Fire of London

The Great Fire of London may have been extinguished in 1666 but it was reignited on Friday at a Seven Kings school.


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