Good morning everyone! I am here with some more graphic novels that I’ve read recently. I find graphic novels a great thing to wrap up in mini reviews and they’re always super popular blog posts! This is part 2 of the ‘Steph reads loads of graphic novels during half term’ blog series (if you want … Continue reading Mini reviews: graphic novels #3
Good morning everyone! I hope you’re all doing well and staying safe! Today, I’m sharing some books that are perfect for the younger readers in life – from books for 5 year olds to maybe 8 year olds? For being a teacher, I’m terrible at this kind of thing… I’m more of a ‘let them … Continue reading Mini reviews: return of the younger MG books!
Morning everyone! Two posts today?! Don't say I don't treat you guys well, ha! I hope you are all well and ready for another week of #SixforSunday posts! If you missed it, I posted the new prompts for April, May and June. You'll find them on the #SixforSunday tab at the top of my blog, … Continue reading S4S – Blue and green books
Morning everyone! Today, I have the utter joy of being part of the blog tour for 'Skin Taker' by Michelle Paver. I get to share with you an exclusive extract from the book! I really hope you enjoy it and it gets you excited for the release of this brilliant new book! Skin Taker Danger, … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Michelle Paver
Morning everyone! I hope you’re all doing well! I’m popping by on your timeline to share my April Maths calendars. There’s been quite a few people asking where these have been, but they are HERE! As ever, there’s a black and white, a coloured text and a full colour version of each of the different calendars. After listening to … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: April Maths calendars
Good morning! I think, now that we are finally in Spring (officially, right?), I can do the Spring Book Tag. I saw this over on my friend Charlotte's blog (you can check out her post here) and decided to steal it. Muahahaaaaa. *** 1. What’s on your Spring TBR list? I don't really make a … Continue reading ThursTAG: The Spring Book Tag
Good morning everyone! Thanks for popping by my blog today! I’m back with another PE calendar. For anyone who is new around here, my PE calendars were super popular in the first lockdown and have continued to be popular over the past few months. They're ideal for using in class with one year group, can be … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: Active April
Morning everyone! I hope you are all well! I’m here with some more mini reviews today. I've had quite a busy reading year so far and I am LOVING writing mini reviews... I love that I can dedicate some space on my blog to books that I've loved AND I can theme my posts so … Continue reading Marvellous MG: the ones I LOVED
Good morning everyone! Today, I'm here to share some of the amazing work my kids have been doing recently. Now, if you're a browser of EduTwitter or EduFacebook, you'll know that double page spreads are a THING. I see other teachers' posts about them and I just think 'my gosh these are amazing, I'd love … Continue reading Double page spreads: the travel writing edition!
Morning everyone! How are you all doing this fine Sunday? What are you reading at the minute? I'd love to hear! Today, we're talking about holidays (I could DESPERATELY go on holiday right now!). It's #SixforSunday's way of persecuting us all who can't have holidays haha! However, we're thinking about: Characters who deserve a holiday … Continue reading S4S – Characters who deserve a holiday