Shapes at School - investigate shapes by exploring your school environment, adapted from Belair on Display Projects Inspired by Neighbourhoods.
.So easy, so fun, so many possibilities for discovery and learning
Superhero writing area
Outdoor areas, boats! Role play. Mayer on wheels and a robe they should hale Them selves in to shore?
52 Likes, 3 Comments - Miss G (@earlylearningwithmissg) on Instagram: “Water area ”
A presentation and poster explaining what inclusion is/should be in the classroom or school environment. This is full of simplified statements and could be expanded upon for awareness or staff training purposes.
Global warming is the biggest threat to our world today. Species are endangered and habitats are destroyed because of the huge carbon output of human industries and activities each year.
Classroom library area: these are for the students to be able to read with during read to someone. It goes with the book "Rocket Learns to Read".
Could write childrens goals on the chalk board and take photo and start of the year then display in classroom and review throughout the year
Mark making-draw on your friends faces
Our newly levelled water area explaining what's on each shelf
We used chalk to draw a road layout on the tuff tray. @SuesChildminding www.SuesChildminding.co.uk #tufftray #childminder
Amazing "The Vikings Are Coming!" Wall Display! Using twinkl resources, and yes, those are 3D long boats on the wall!
Activity Ideas for WWF Earth Hour - Science Sparks
Another on of my role play Tesco, complete with authentic Tesco signage!
Using the Tolsby frame from Ikea, I made our "Big Talk" inspiration album. This will be on the snack table to encourage talk between the children and adults. A new image will be displayed each day.