Mark making in a sand-filled tray - from Rachel (",)  Love the idea of putting wrapping paper underneath...

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Mark making in a sand-filled tray - from Rachel (",) Love the idea of putting wrapping paper underneath...

Buried treasure game in the sand. Read a word coin, if it's a real word it goes in the treasure chest, if it's a nonsense word, it goes in the bin! EYFS

Buried treasure game in the sand. Read a word coin, if it's a real word it goes in the treasure chest, if it's a nonsense word, it goes in the bin! EYFS

Teacher's Pet - Houses and Homes cards - Premium Printable Game / Activity - EYFS, KS1, KS2, materials, countries, live, ourselves

Teacher's Pet - Houses and Homes cards - Premium Printable Game / Activity - EYFS, KS1, KS2, materials, countries, live, ourselves

Buried Treasure phonics game-- great for blending practice

Buried Treasure phonics game-- great for blending practice

We're going on a treasure hunt, but not just any treasure hunt.  It's a treasure hunt that sneaks in a little reading practice.  So grab a list of sight words or vocabulary words that your child needs to practice and get ready to play.

Get Reading With a Literacy Treasure Hunt

We're going on a treasure hunt, but not just any treasure hunt. It's a treasure hunt that sneaks in a little reading practice. So grab a list of sight words or vocabulary words that your child needs to practice and get ready to play.

Buried Treasure Game:
For numeral identification, letter identification or any other skill.  Display 4 or more flashcards in the pocket chart.  The children then turn their backs and close their eyes. Then hide a small counter/paperclip/coin behind one of the cards. Then children take turns asking in a sentence, "Is the buried treasure behind.....?" Pull the card out and answer, "Yes/No the buried treasure is/is not behind ......" If the answer was no, the card is put back into place and…

Buried Treasure Game: For numeral identification, letter identification or any other skill. Display 4 or more flashcards in the pocket chart. The children then turn their backs and close their eyes. Then hide a small counter/paperclip/coin behind one of the cards. Then children take turns asking in a sentence, "Is the buried treasure behind.....?" Pull the card out and answer, "Yes/No the buried treasure is/is not behind ......" If the answer was no, the card is put back into place and…

Pirate gold alphabet stones - from Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together (",)

Pirate gold alphabet stones - from Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together (",)

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