I've had a bag full of wooden spoons laying around for the past year or so. I had intended to use them for phonics related activities but just hadn't got around to it. I saw a few ideas online for wooden spoon uses in Early Years and knowing I had a lot of children in … Continue reading Superhero spoons
We wanted to make cards like this for Valentine's day but didn't have any loose puzzle pieces around, especially not enough for thirty-five children's cards. Luckily, a local scrap store did. I recently completed a course in play-work and was enlightened to the usefulness of scrap stores for finding cheap resources, especially for crafts and … Continue reading I love you to pieces!
I bought some reversible sequin fabric cushion covers for the Pre-school room a while ago. The children have loved stroking the fabric and the adults have loved it even more! Recently, Tishy Lishy (an early years professional) posted a video of her class using the reversible sequin fabric to make marks. She had put the fabric … Continue reading ‘Mermaid fabric’ frames