A set of natural number cards in A4 and A5 size. Perfect to add to maths areas, display boards, outdoor areas in EYFS and KS1. A mixture of natural materials have been used to make these cards in my garden!
This is a set of A4 or A5 number cards showing pine cone number representations. Great for display, subitising, counting, matching and much more!
A set of A4 or A5 number cards. Numerals made from natural materials found in my garden! Perfect for displaying in your early years or key stage 1 classroom and bringing the outdoors in!
Sheets to accompany a hunt for texture. One for inside and one for outside. Space to tick that the actual texture has been found and a space to have a go at implying the texture through mark making.
Look up and take inspiration from the clouds and the sky for these art activities. Cloud doodle, watercolour skies, hues of blue and a look at the amazing artist Georgia O’Keeffe.
The perfect resource for windy weather! Art ideas that can be enjoyed in the wind - kites, windmills, paper planes. Also a Monet artist focus - looking at how he portrayed wind in some of his great masterpieces.
Don’t let the rain put you off an outdoor outing! Here are a selection of art activities that require a bit of rain!
Lots of art ideas using just one leaf. Leaf threading, character making, line drawing and more!
A selection of art activities linked to spirals and snails. Spiral mobile, large spirals, spiral doodles, drawing snails and a look at the Henri Matisse classic The Snail.
An editable powerpoint label created to place on a paper bag for children to use to go on an autumn treasure hunt. Will they fill it with shiny conkers or crispy leaves?
Outdoor art linked to spirals and snails - spiral mobile, spiral doodles, large spirals, observational drawings of snails and a look at one of the works of Henry Matisse.
These are a set of both the phase 2 and phase 3 tricky words with a pre-cursive handwriting font. First row with the most support and then structured to allow children to have a go independently at the bottom. Can be used on interactive whiteboards to demonstrate first before the children access independently. We have them in our continuous provision and the children love to play teachers with them - learning without even realising it!.