Nature Days Outdoor Learning Cards - Literacy and CommunicationQuick View
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Nature Days Outdoor Learning Cards - Literacy and Communication

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Nature Days has created innovative Outdoor, Learning Independent challenge cards. These are suitable for KS2 but also can be used with KS1 and FP with support. The cards pose enquiry questions for students to explore independently using the school grounds as a resource for discovery. This is the Literacy and Communications section of the Outdoor learning cards. The whole pack of over 50 cards is available separately. Individual cards are available. The cards are divided into 6 Area of Learning and Experience: Health and Wellbeing - including P.E Science and Technology - Including all sciences and D.T. Literacy and communication - Including languages. Maths and Numeracy Humanities - Including Geography, History and R.S. Expressive Arts - Including Art, Drama, and Music. There are over 50 cards, each in a set format so students can undertake the challenges independently, supported with success criteria, prompt questions, resources you could use, examples of methods which could be used and extension tasks and questions to encourage additional learning. More available at naturedays@reynoldston.com The Outdoor learning cards encourage independence and can easily be undertaken with social distancing. The Outdoor Learning cards are also suitable for use for home schooling. The activities are suitable for any outdoor space so can be undertaken in a garden or any open space. As they are designed to be undertaken independently they can be used by schools not only in school as a resource for undertaking outdoor learning, but to bring home schoolers and in schoolers together in undertaking the same activities.
Nature Days Outdoor Learning Cards - Maths and NumeracyQuick View
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Nature Days Outdoor Learning Cards - Maths and Numeracy

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Nature Days has created innovative Outdoor, Learning Independent challenge cards. These are suitable for KS2 but also can be used with KS1 and FP with support. The cards pose enquiry questions for students to explore independently using the school grounds as a resource for discovery. This is the Maths and Numeracy section of the outdoor learning cards. The whole pack of over 50 cards is available separately. Individual cards are available. The cards are divided into 6 Area of Learning and Experience: Health and Wellbeing - including P.E Science and Technology - Including all sciences and D.T. Literacy and communication - Including languages. Maths and Numeracy Humanities - Including Geography, History and R.S. Expressive Arts - Including Art, Drama, and Music. There are over 50 cards, each in a set format so students can undertake the challenges independently, supported with success criteria, prompt questions, resources you could use, examples of methods which could be used and extension tasks and questions to encourage additional learning. More available at naturedays@reynoldston.com The Outdoor learning cards encourage independence and can easily be undertaken with social distancing. The Outdoor Learning cards are also suitable for use for home schooling. The activities are suitable for any outdoor space so can be undertaken in a garden or any open space. As they are designed to be undertaken independently they can be used by schools not only in school as a resource for undertaking outdoor learning, but to bring home schoolers and in schoolers together in undertaking the same activities.
Reception Literacy unit based on 'Owl Babies'Quick View
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Reception Literacy unit based on 'Owl Babies'

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A two week literacy unit for Reception children based on the high quality text 'Owl Babies'. The unit includes opportunities for shared reading and writing and builds to children creating a class book. It also includes ideas for independent indoor and outdoor activities linked to the text.
Nature Days Outdoor Learning Cards - Humanities.Quick View
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Nature Days Outdoor Learning Cards - Humanities.

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Nature Days has created innovative Outdoor, Learning Independent challenge cards. These are suitable for KS2 but also can be used with KS1 and FP with support. The cards pose enquiry questions for students to explore independently using the school grounds as a resource for discovery. This is the Humanities section of the Outdoor learning cards. The whole pack of over 50 cards is available separately. Individual cards are available. The cards are divided into 6 Area of Learning and Experience: Health and Wellbeing - including P.E Science and Technology - Including all sciences and D.T. Literacy and communication - Including languages. Maths and Numeracy Humanities - Including Geography, History and R.S. Expressive Arts - Including Art, Drama, and Music. There are over 50 cards, each in a set format so students can undertake the challenges independently, supported with success criteria, prompt questions, resources you could use, examples of methods which could be used and extension tasks and questions to encourage additional learning. More available at naturedays@reynoldston.com The Outdoor learning cards encourage independence and can easily be undertaken with social distancing. The Outdoor Learning cards are also suitable for use for home schooling. The activities are suitable for any outdoor space so can be undertaken in a garden or any open space. As they are designed to be undertaken independently they can be used by schools not only in school as a resource for undertaking outdoor learning, but to bring home schoolers and in schoolers together in undertaking the same activities.
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Outdoor play EYFS

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This is a bumper pack enabling you to create or develop your outdoor area to cover the revised 7 areas of Learning. The pack would be great for nursery settings, school settings and childminders to use to create a stimulating and exciting outdoor area. The pack includes: Ideas sheets: A sheet of ideas for each of the revised 7 areas of learning - each sheet has a number of ideas to start you off on your planning for the outdoor area - (you will also be sent the sheets for the current framework of 6 areas). Planning: Planning sheets for the outdoor area for you to fill in with you planning- included are examples of short term activity plans, medium termweekly plans and long term plans. These are the sheets I have used and can be used as they are or as a starting point for you to create your own sheets for your own setting. Observations: Observation sheets for the adults to use in the Early Years setting to observe individuals and groups of children. Box labels: 20 topic box labels Physical Development · Tuff spot ideas- A large collection of ideas to use in the tuff spot or in a large tray · 10 movement and action songs- on decorated A4 cards · Messy play recipes · Movement posters · Movement game · Target games for use with a beanbag or ball · Sand area- 12 word cards relating to the sand area- great to discuss and try in the sand · Water area- 12 word cards relating to the water area Personal, Social and Emotional Development · Outdoor rules- A colourful banner to use to create an ‘Outdoor rules’ display · Outdoor rules · How many can play- 5 posters showing how many children can play in each area from 2-6 children · Emotion cards Communication and Language · Role play signs · Face masks- A set of colourful woodland themed face masks- great for role play · Story telling masks Puppet show · Rhyme cards Literacy · Alphabet lines Phoneme display cards- Various colourful phoneme display sets –helicopters, ladybirds and suns. These all have the phonemes from the Letters and Sounds document · Word wall- The High Frequency Words from the Letters and Sounds document on colourful bricks to create a bright word wall and also on colourful bunches of balloons · Flower initial sounds game · Bird letters game · Name game · Rhyming game Expressive Arts and Design Minibeast rhymes and songs · Weather songs and rhymes Colour butterflies Role play resources Understanding of the World Different weather ideas · Bird spotting Plus lots more!
Nature Days Outdoor Learning Challenge Cards - Expressive ArtsQuick View
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Nature Days Outdoor Learning Challenge Cards - Expressive Arts

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Nature Days has created innovative Outdoor, Learning Independent challenge cards. These are suitable for KS2 but also can be used with KS1 and FP with support. The cards pose enquiry questions for students to explore independently using the school grounds as a resource for discovery. This is the Expressive Arts section of the Outdoor learning cards. The whole pack of over 50 cards is available separately. Individual cards are available. The cards are divided into 6 Area of Learning and Experience: Health and Wellbeing - including P.E Science and Technology - Including all sciences and D.T. Literacy and communication - Including languages. Maths and Numeracy Humanities - Including Geography, History and R.S. Expressive Arts - Including Art, Drama, and Music. There are over 50 cards, each in a set format so students can undertake the challenges independently, supported with success criteria, prompt questions, resources you could use, examples of methods which could be used and extension tasks and questions to encourage additional learning. More available at naturedays@reynoldston.com The Outdoor learning cards encourage independence and can easily be undertaken with social distancing. The Outdoor Learning cards are also suitable for use for home schooling. The activities are suitable for any outdoor space so can be undertaken in a garden or any open space. As they are designed to be undertaken independently they can be used by schools not only in school as a resource for undertaking outdoor learning, but to bring home schoolers and in schoolers together in undertaking the same activities.
Nature Days outdoor learning challenge cards - Science and TechnologyQuick View
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Nature Days outdoor learning challenge cards - Science and Technology

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Nature Days has created innovative Outdoor, Learning Independent challenge cards. These are suitable for KS2 but also can be used with KS1 and FP with support. The cards pose enquiry questions for students to explore independently using the school grounds as a resource for discovery. This is the Science and Technology section of the Outdoor learning cards The whole pack of over 50 cards is available separately. Individual cards are available. The cards are divided into 6 Area of Learning and Experience: Health and Wellbeing - including P.E Science and Technology - Including all sciences and D.T. Literacy and communication - Including languages. Maths and Numeracy Humanities - Including Geography, History and R.S. Expressive Arts - Including Art, Drama, and Music. There are over 50 cards, each in a set format so students can undertake the challenges independently, supported with success criteria, prompt questions, resources you could use, examples of methods which could be used and extension tasks and questions to encourage additional learning. More available at naturedays@reynoldston.com The Outdoor learning cards encourage independence and can easily be undertaken with social distancing. The Outdoor Learning cards are also suitable for use for home schooling. The activities are suitable for any outdoor space so can be undertaken in a garden or any open space. As they are designed to be undertaken independently they can be used by schools not only in school as a resource for undertaking outdoor learning, but to bring home schoolers and in schoolers together in undertaking the same activities.
Gruffalo Foundation Stage ActivitiesQuick View
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Gruffalo Foundation Stage Activities

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A Medium Term Plan for the Gruffalo covering all seven areas of learning in the EYFS. Also included: A Gruffalo Literacy Activity: Recalling character descriptions and story events A Gruffalo Mathematics Activity: Counting and number recognition A Gruffalo Continous Provision Plan
Augmentative communication in practiceQuick View
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Augmentative communication in practice

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This book was produced by Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland, an open group composed of people who have an active interest in augmentative communication, including users of AAC, families, carers and professionals from a variety of different disciplines. The main activity is the organisation of an annual Study Day on AAC. The CALL Scotland publishes this book on behalf of the group.
Teachers TV: Developing Communication for Language and ThinkingQuick View
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Teachers TV: Developing Communication for Language and Thinking

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Developing Communication for Language and Thinking. Ways to encourage language skills in Early Years. Building on the new emphasis to structure communication in early years settings, this programme presents four observations of children in settings designed to extend talk. Presented without commentary, each can be used for analysis. The observations are followed by explanation from experienced practitioners. The programme visits: A baby room where ECAT encourages talk-friendly spaces including treasure baskets, seating babies opposite one another, and the use of mirrors to encourage communication. A dual language Every Child a Talker (ECAT)-inspired session in Hull to support children who may have a degree of language delay. A childminder who uses the everyday experience of taking children on a bus to scaffold language and encourage new vocabulary. A focus activity at Evesham Nursery where children work with a visiting potter.
Nature Days outdoor Learning Challenge Cards - Health and wellbeing cards 11Quick View
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Nature Days outdoor Learning Challenge Cards - Health and wellbeing cards 11

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Nature Days has created innovative Outdoor, Learning Independent challenge cards. These are suitable for KS2 but also can be used with KS1 and FP with support. The cards pose enquiry questions for students to explore independently using the school grounds as a resource for discovery. This the health and wellbeing section of the Outdoor learning cards The whole pack of over 50 cards is available separately. Individual cards are available. The cards are divided into 6 Area of Learning and Experience: Health and Wellbeing - including P.E Science and Technology - Including all sciences and D.T. Literacy and communication - Including languages. Maths and Numeracy Humanities - Including Geography, History and R.S. Expressive Arts - Including Art, Drama, and Music. There are over 50 cards, each in a set format so students can undertake the challenges independently, supported with success criteria, prompt questions, resources you could use, examples of methods which could be used and extension tasks and questions to encourage additional learning. More available at naturedays@reynoldston.com The Outdoor learning cards encourage independence and can easily be undertaken with social distancing. The Outdoor Learning cards are also suitable for use for home schooling. The activities are suitable for any outdoor space so can be undertaken in a garden or any open space. As they are designed to be undertaken independently they can be used by schools not only in school as a resource for undertaking outdoor learning, but to bring home schoolers and in schoolers together in undertaking the same activities.
Kindergarten Literacy unit based on 'Owl Babies'Quick View
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Kindergarten Literacy unit based on 'Owl Babies'

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A two week literacy unit for Kindergarten children based on the high quality text 'Owl Babies'. The unit includes opportunities for shared reading and writing and builds to children creating a class book. It also includes ideas for independent indoor and outdoor activities linked to the text and display posters.
Reception Literacy Unit using 'Bog Baby'Quick View
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Reception Literacy Unit using 'Bog Baby'

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A two week teaching unit for Reception age children based on the high quality picture book 'Bog Baby' by Jeanne Willis. Planning includes drama and shared writing opportunities as well as ideas for independent choosing activities linked to the text. Activity sheets, Powerpoint presentations & homework linked to planning all included. The unit works towards creating a class information book about bog babies.
Kindergarten Literacy Unit using 'Bog Baby'Quick View
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Kindergarten Literacy Unit using 'Bog Baby'

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A two week teaching unit for Kindergarten age children based on the high quality picture book 'Bog Baby' by Jeanne Willis. Planning includes drama and shared writing opportunities as well as ideas for independent choosing activities linked to the text. Activity sheets, Powerpoint presentations & homework linked to planning all included. The unit works towards creating a class information book about bog babies.
Primary Language Starter PackQuick View
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Primary Language Starter Pack

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Our primary languages downloadable pack is designed for Language Assistants and other native speakers who are new to teaching languages at primary level as well as giving advice to the host schools. The pack includes guidance on how to get started, examples of best practice, specific teaching ideas and resources for use in the classroom.
Toys/ Toy Shop: Planning, Role Play and Resources. Activities for EYFS and Reception.Quick View
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Toys/ Toy Shop: Planning, Role Play and Resources. Activities for EYFS and Reception.

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This is a massive resource designed to support an EYFS topic on toys and toy shops. It is ideal for role play before and after Christmas.Please note I collate my resources so you can only see the first page of each individual resource. This resource is 195mb. It is ideal for supporting children’s interests and guaranteed to save hours of preparation. Included in the pack is detailed planning for over 50 activities in Word so that you can cut and paste it into your school’s planning format. Resources include; Teddy Bear Bingo Design a Toy Robot Design a Doll’s House Handwriting Sheets High Frequency Words on Toy Rockets Party Invitation Design a Lego Model Letters and Sounds Jigsaws Lost Toy Writing Frame Old and New Toy Sorting Cards Order to 10 Toy Strips Playdough Mats Robot Number Line 1-30 Robot Number Line 1-100 Sepia Pictures of Toys Toy Sewing Cards Toy Shape Lotto Teddy Bear Number Line Teddy Bear Picnic Writing Frame Toy Shop Bunting Toy Cards for Snap etc. Toy Shop List Toy shop Order Form Toy Shop Signs Toy Counting Cards Toy Tea Party Writing Frame I collate my resources so in many cases you are only seeing the top page eg there are 27 pages of planning
Welsh lesson: Wildlife - Caring for wildlifeQuick View
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Welsh lesson: Wildlife - Caring for wildlife

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This set of activities aims to make children aware of the wildlife that is around them, and of the steps that humans can take to care of wild animals and their homes. As well as experiencing awe and wonder at the variety of wildlife with whom they share their world, children will learn to be respectful explorers of the outdoors. COUNTRY: Wales KEY STAGE: Foundation phase SUBJECT: Language, literacy and communication skills, Physical development, Creative development, Personal and social development, Wellbeing and cultural diversity, Knowledge and understanding of the world. Included in this lesson plan: Initial teacher input Adult-led activities Child-initiated activities Learning outcomes Vocabulary Useful websites Teachers' notes x3 Activitysheet x 10
Pirates: Planning, Role Play and Resources . Activities for EYFS  Nursery and ReceptionQuick View
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Pirates: Planning, Role Play and Resources . Activities for EYFS Nursery and Reception

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This is an enormous resource with fully editable medium term planning (over 20 pages), to support a pirate theme in EYFS. Please note I collate my resources so you only see the top page of a resource which could be multiple pages long. This is a 256MB pack! Included in the pack are; Pirate writing frames Craft activities Resoureces to support role play Posters and display titles Snap cards Lotto game Labels Colouring sheets Playdough mats Tricky words on treasure chests Graphemes on gold coins Pirate words Pirate bunting Pirate puzzles Treasure map and more.........
Cross Curricular Theme PlanningQuick View
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Cross Curricular Theme Planning

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Updated and revised. The plans are based on the foundation stage EYFS themes (CLL - Communication Literacy and Language; PSRN - Problem Solving, reasoning and numeracy; KUW - Knowledge and Understanding of the World; PD - Physical Development; CD - Creative Development; PSED- Personal Social Emotional Development).
Winter Reading and Writing Activities – Common Core AlignedQuick View
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Winter Reading and Writing Activities – Common Core Aligned

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This is a rigorous unit geared at student engagement, thinking, reading, and writing skills. This unit can stand alone, or be integrated into various units as there are multiple standards aligned resources. Students read and analyze both informational and fictional texts, and write argumentative and literary essays. This unit includes winter themes and is a LOW PREP resource for teachers. There are more than 40 pages which include: Two page Informational Text Articles with Comprehension Questions: - Winter Storms - Chinese New Year Fictional Texts with Comprehension Questions: - The Little Match Girl by Hans Christian Andersen - Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost - A Frost Fancy by Richard Le Gallienne *********************************************** Skill Based Graphic Organizers: Digging for Details Story Problems ***********************************************