World Book Day 2018

One of my favourite stories...Alice in Wonderland. There's just something about it that transports me into another realm, another way of thinking and imagining. As a dreamer I can relate to Alice and her mind. So, here I am as Alice for this year's World Book Day: A very simple costume, ordered off Amazon. I … Continue reading World Book Day 2018


Superhero spoons

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

Laminated leaves, spooky spiders and rangoli rice

The weeks leading up to Halloween and Bonfire Night are my favourite time of year. They are particularly great opportunities for themed activities. Firstly, I would like to share a simple Autumn activity. We collected leaves from the ground and used sticky back plastic and paper plates to create effective sun catchers. These looked amazing … Continue reading Laminated leaves, spooky spiders and rangoli rice