Enjoy practising some early maths skills this spring with our bright and colourful spring size sorting activities.
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We have added some Spring themed spelling activities to our spring vocabulary printables. Featuring some lovely spring animals and flowers, they are sure to cheer any clas
A sensory bin looks like a lot of potential mess for many teachers, and yes sometimes they do make a lot of mess, but they are also a key ingredient to a calm room. They offer children a chance to explore textures, chat with fellow students, and for some get those sensory needs met while squishing, […]
Last year, as soon as I spotted the dinosaur scene colouring pages, I printed them out. But not for colouring, I wanted them for drawing ideas.
Last week we began a new section introducing 3D shapes (the sphere, cube, cuboid and pyramid). This week we’ve added nets for 3 of those shapes, as well as some interesting worksheets to reinforce them. Find them here:
One of our members asked if we could make some vocabulary dice nets for her EFL classroom and we thought it was a great idea.
I have a list of wonderful books with Balck girls as main characters that can be found here, but we are well overdue for a list filled with books that celebrate Black boys. For all of you, teachers like me who teach at a predominantly white school this list is absolutely for you just as […]
The public library is my happy place and this year my students are obsessed with books. My classroom is packed with book lovers, often during free choice, one or more children will be sitting reading book after book to themselves. It never ceases to make my heart fill with joy. Which makes celebrating Read Across America […]
We love masks.
It’s just a few days to St David’s Day, so these new Welsh-themed puzzles might come in useful!
… are the first four 3D shapes taught with this new collection of printables and worksheets.
With St David’s Day coming up, we thought it might be fun to find out something about Welsh love spoons. These intricately carved spoons contain hidden romantic meanings!
This week we’ve been learning about a new Famous Person – David Attenborough.
We had lots of grey drizzly days this winter, and it was hard to get out of doors.
This post is in partnership with Paramount Pictures Ever wonder where just a little imagination and an empty box will take you? One of my favorite things about working with young children is diving into imaginary worlds whether it’s on a playground pirate ship or classroom coffee shop. Pretend play is vital for children because […]
We often get some snow where we live in the North of England during winter, but it’s been a while since we’ve had a proper snow day when the schools have closed.
I think we already had one of the biggest collection of Valentine’s Day colouring pages on the internet – but now we have even more!
There are a lot of ways to explore with colors; one of my favorite right now is at the light table. Not only does this focus more on visual sensory experiences but this simple set up invites children to work on fine motor skills and leads very naturally to counting as well! There is no […]
One of my kids’ favourite and most used writing pages from the website has to be the Animal Fact Finding Worksheets. We have used them over an