The world isn’t divided into strict curriculum subjects, and taking something as simple as a flower can be a wonderful spring board into science, art and poetry. This week we’ve been learning about daffodils: investigating the parts of a daffodil, using them as inspiration for some spring art, and reciting daffodil poems.
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Here’s a whole range of rainbow themed literacy activities, including free printables.
Rainbow themed literacy activities [Read more…]
These free rainbow-theme printable journal pages for kids are great for spring and St. Patrick’s Day.
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Rainbow theme printable journal pages for kids [Read more…]
On dark winter mornings, bring a little zing to your day with this lemon scented sight words sensory tub. The tub smells so good! It’s energising and lovely to play with, and it’s also great for some sigh words practise. Here’s how to dye and scent the rice, and a fun idea for sight words play.
Lemon scented sight words sensory tub [Read more…]
Storytelling with play dough [Read more…]
Here’s lovely set of free printable alphabet cards along with great ideas for how to use them to help teach your child to read.
Free printable alphabet cards
This is a cute and easy Valentine craft that has lots of fine motor skills and gratitude included! It’s a great mess-free Valentine craft and perfect if you need to make a last-minute Valentine too.