Tasha Turner
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Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Leaf Hedgehogs

hedgehog fall leaf craft - I did this with my son's class and it was a total hit. I'd recommend using leaves that aren't brown yet, as the brown leaves are more brittle and hard for kids it work with.

Easy to make frozen rainbow fruit kebabs recipe - fun and healthy summer snack for kids from Eats Amazing UK - these make a great popsicle alternative

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Rustle up this comforting pasta bake for a flavour-packed midweek meal. Featuring chunks of smoky chorizo, a fragrant tomato sauce and gooey cheese, it is perfect for cosying up with on cooler nights. | Tesco

Rustle up this comforting pasta bake for a flavour-packed midweek meal. Featuring chunks of smoky chorizo, a fragrant tomato sauce and gooey cheese, it is perfect for cosying up with on cooler nights.

Quiet activity! Pick up pom poms with chopsticks - number cards could relate to number or colour - endless possibilities.....

Just a very simple idea for quieter sessions. Pom poms are so quiet. Children get the pom-poms with chopsticks or tweezers. good for counting sorting and fine manipulative. Can be done individually or they could choose a number then race to collect.

Ice painting thats taste safe for babies toddlers and preschoolers. A perfect process art technique for a winter topic.

The infants will enhance/improve both ulnar and pincer grasps by picking up the ice cube to explore it, and also by manipulating the popsicle stick (with ice on it) by making motions with their hands to create a painting.

These free play dough activity mat printables are so adorable and perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and even kindergarten!

Great number identifying & counting activity with a fine motor component. These free play dough activity mat printables are so adorable and perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and even kindergarten!

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Letter Boxes & Scavenger Hunt- use empty baby food container, allow child to write/put sticker of letter on container, do a scavenger hunt around home to place items that match letter.