Rhyming Pairs Basket Literacy Game - The Imagination Tree
Make a simple rhyming activity to help practise rhyming pairs and learn about literacy in a playful, hands-on way! This would be great for both home and the classroom as a go-to resource on the shelf. We have been practising hearing and identifying rhyming words together recently and focused initially on identifying rhyming strings with...Read More »
OUTDOOR MARK MAKING. NUMBERS, LETTERS AND MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS.
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 […]
Reading Prompts and Questions
How does this resource excite and engage children's learning? A set of useful cards featuring key prompts and questions to use when children are independently reading. Great for guided reading or to aid parents when reading at home.
One of my favourite things to use in therapy is my "feely bag"; it's full of toys and everyday objects which can all be used to elicit language from young children on my caseload. This post shares the why and the how of setting up 'feely bags' inyour speech room too!
Make Your Mark :: 30 projects that promote a love of writing, self-confidence and compassion
Storytelling through play, story activities, literacy activities,