Number Fishing Tuff Spot
It is #RhymeTime again and this fortnights Nursery Rhyme is "1,2,3,4,5 Once I Caught A Fish Alive". We created a number fishing Tuff Spot.
Invitation to make...Incy Wincy Spider - Crafty Kids at Home
Invitation to make Play Dough Incy Wincy Spiders. The perfect actiivty to do alongide the kids nursery rhyme "Incy Wincy Spider" made with home made play dough.
Teabag Sensory Fun
Rhyme Time again and a chance to share a Nursery Rhyme related activity with you. Today's rhyme is I'm A Little Teapot where we had teabag sensory fun.
Wind Your Bobbin Up: First Nursery Rhymes - Let's Play Music
Wind Your Bobbin Up is a lovely simple nursery rhyme for babies and toddlers with some very simple actions.
Teaching With Nursery Rhymes: Hickory Dickory Dock
It's Time To Mouse Around As I’ve stated in other articles, I try to plug in a nursery rhyme whenever it seems to fit in with whatever else I’m doing, so at the start of learning about telling time, it just seems appropriate to read Hickory Dickory Dock to children. When looking into the background of this nursery rhyme, I discovered that it was indeed intended to teach about counting. Who knows, maybe that led to the possibility of a little bit of time telling thrown in, as the reason why…
Follow the star
For this weeks little ones group we did "Follow the star" Looking at the wise men following the Star to Jesus, it should have been after Christmas but a bit of a blip in my planning (but seemed to be fine) They came in to this set up in the door way! They immediately all stood around, one child turned out the lights (because there were start lights). They then all threw them selves into playing with the stars, I asked what they thought we may be thinking about today reply: "Fairies" my…
Nursery rhyme treasure basket
Nursery rhyme treasure basket, a fun and engaging activity for older babies and toddlers. Filled with ideas and inspiration for nursery rhymes and props to include.
Second Day of Kindergarten!!!
Hi all! Thanks for the feedback I've received so far. I really appreciate it. I'll start today's blog off with the homework I assigned Babe last night. She's only five, so I know to try to keep it light and fun. But yes, she had some math homework. Aside from a Calvert-assigned math worksheet, I had her stuff two pillows to go along with the thick and thin lesson. The two pillows had to be noticeably different in thickness. She was so excited to show me when I got to her house this morning…