Use this tree with falling leaves to help your students improve their fine motor skills and pencil control skills as they follow the leaf trails to the ground. This can be used as a stand alone activity ( we use it as morning work) or as part of a lesson that focuses on fine motor skills, the children can also be encouraged to add their own leaves to the tree and colour it in with the appropriate colours.
These are fun little sheets for you to reflect on your teaching- what went well, what went so well, a section to record any specifically noted difficulties a children/some children had and a notes section for you to fill as you will about your week.
Hopefully these bring some joy to what might have been a difficult week :)
In this download you will find a variety a double sided planning sheet that can be used for an over view of your topic. On the sheet you will find the subheadings:
fine motor skills
gross motor sills
Each page has a little image in the top right hand corner to match different topics/themes and seasons. There are 18 different images in total.
In this download you will find activity ideas for parents to help them make that change between home schooling and the Easter break. These are easy at home to do activities which remind the parents it is okay to take a break and have fun. All of the activities are based around easter ie what to do with the boxes, left over chocolate, time out, web pages in the internet and simple crafting and science activities.
There is also a recipe for Easter bunny food that the children can eat them selves once they have made it. This is one of the activities mentioned on the sheet.