Children can utilise these Shape Finder ‘Magnifying Glasses’ to explore and become shape detectives. Children can partake in a shape scavenger hunt activity that develops their observational skills and shape recognition by exploring shapes from environmental print and everyday objects!
This is an NQT Evidence Folder/ Teaching file that contains the teaching standards and evidence suggestions. It also incorporates a systematic tracker for you to highlight to keep track of your evidence collection. You may edit this as you wish.
Hip Hip Hooray I lost a tooth today labels. These are perfect inside a lost tooth bag, ensuring that children do not loose their tooth before giving it to the tooth fairy!
A variety of Book Corner Signs for different ages including: Narnia Cotton Rock To Infinity and Beyond (Toy Story) Never Land Moon (Wherever Next) Deep Dark Wood (The Gruffalo) Hundered Acre Wood (Winnie the Pooh) Beanstalk (Jack and the Beanstalk) Wonderland (Alice and wonderland) Chocolate factory (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) Cave of wonders (Aladdin) Emerald City (The Wizard of Oz) The Wild Things (Where the Wild Things Are) Gingerbread House (Hansel and Gretel) Mr Mcgregor’s Garden (Peter Rabbit) Hogwarts (Harry Potter) Paddington Station (Paddington Bear) Mr Grinling’s Lighthouse Tin Forest The Place Between The Shire (Lord of the Rings or The Hobbit) Zuckerman Farm (Charlotte’s Web) District 12 (The Hunger Games)
Mindful Calming Scan and Listen QR Codes. These are linked to relaxation and calming techniques from GoNoodle on YouTube. I created these to provide a fun interactive activity to assist childrens emotional well-being during the school day. The children will just need to scan the QR code using a QR reader app or using their camera. It will open the link directly to the resource.