There’s no denying that what’s happening our our world right now is something we’ve never experienced before. With the spread of COVID-19, many countries are going into full lock-downs and parents across the world are finding themselves suddenly thrown into the world of ‘homeschooling’ with many still juggling their own businesses or working from home.
Play dough is one of our go-to activities for little learners of all ages. Not only is it a really exciting sensory activity, it’s also a fantastic way to develop fine motor skills and strengthen the muscles in our fingers. This week I’d like to share one of my absolute favourite play dough activities which
Mathematics has always been one of my favourite subjects to teach in the early years classroom. There are so many opportunities to learn through hands-on activities! According to the Australian Curriculum, Foundation students should be able to subitise small collections of numbers and connect numeral names and quantities. Today I’d like to share some simple
Today I am blogging about one of my favourite art projects for the Prep and Kindergarten classroom – watercolour shape birds. This is an activity I have done every year because it is so much fun! I followed the step-by-step instructions for a watercolour shape bird by Deep Space Sparkle.
Play dough is such a fantastic resource for learning in the early years, so I’ve created some simple play dough task cards! The set includes 12 different ‘I can’ statements so that your students or children can take control of their own learning. The cards are perfect for your play dough station for literacy, numeracy