Nursery / Foundation Stage 1 Visual Timetable
Create a Daily Schedule for Preschool Classroom with Pictures This Visual Schedule Resource is perfect for use in making a daily schedule for a preschool classroom with pictures. The lovely illustrations on these activity cards are designed to be appealing and helpful to young children, to help them select which activities to add to their schedule or to see which ones you have chosen for them. For a flexible daily schedule to use in your preschool classroom, laminate these pictures and use…
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SEN Visual Timetable for School
How can I use these SEN visual timetable labels in my classroom? These classroom timetable labels are a fantastic way of organising your day and planning which subjects or activities you're going to do with your pupils. Each subject and activity is clearly labelled with easy-to-read text and is accompanied by a helpful illustration, so it's easy to visualise what your class' day is going to look like! This is particularly useful for children who are just learning to read or are visual…
Transportation Theme Free Printable for Pattern Making
Use this transportation theme free printable for pattern making or language skills. The repetitive pictures and patterns make great speech therapy tools.
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy
Early Years ideas from Tishylishy. 72,736 likes · 31,674 talking about this. Sharing photos, provision enhancements and outcomes from my EYFS class and...
Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
At our school we can’t say Friday without saying “Holla!” Our principal started it 2 years ago on morning announcements. You know that if you start something with 6 year olds it becomes one of the Ten Commandments you better be prepared to say it for the rest of the year! Five for Friday #makethat6 #1 […]
DIY Foam Dice - Miss Kindergarten
If you know me, you know that I l.o.v.e shopping and I l.o.v.e a good bargain! Like many of you, the Target dollar spot and The Dollar Tree are my favorite places this time of year! Look at this loot I recently picked up! Isn’t it just scrumptious?! LOL I am hoping to share with […]
Cool Panda Chinese Class For Kids
Lace your shoes! - Fine Motor Activity for Kids This activity is great for young children to learn how the shoe laces work. It is easy to make, fun for kids and low cost. You can use real shoe too,...
Friday Favorites - Iowa Girl Eats
Happy Friday everyone! Today the three of us – Ben, Lincoln, and myself – are heading up to Minneapolis for our first weekend trip. Eek! Ben and I have always agreed that we don’t want to be tied to the house just because we have a child, but at the same…
Squish and Seek Sight Word Game
Looking for some sight word practice that doesn't include flashcards? This easy-peasey, squeezy activity is one of our favorite sight word games!
Magic spoon! free printable :)
I recently saw this great idea on PINTEREST.....I knew I wanted to make my own. This is such a fun, cheap and easy center to make for word work. Here is a sample of my version.... This center is easy to change depending on your word list AND it is very cheap. I got a box of 24 gold spoons for 3 dollars at Party City! :) The site TEACHER BITS AND BOB : Click here to go there has 3 free pages of printables!!!! Thanks so much for sharing your amazing idea! :)
Number Facts Games: Uno Flip for Addition, Subtraction & Multiplication
This fun game can be used to help children revise mental math facts, times tables and simple mathematical equations.
So, this week I was standing around scratching my head thinking, "Golly, what on earth am I going to do for literacy centers next week?" And, of course I'm thinking this as I'm surrounded by PILES of stuff I've accumulated but never seem to use. So, I got to thinking: Why don't I use all of my extra stuff to make reading centers? Two birds, one stone, right? I can't say that what I came up with is too terribly brilliant, but I thought I'd share a couple of activities anyways just in case…