Every now and again I like to spend some time reflecting on the happy things in life... and now that the Summer holidays is coming to a close, this is the perfect time! Getting out and about. Running all over. Having time with the world. Getting up when I choose. Going to bed when I … Continue reading August happy things
Good morning everyone! When we went into lockdown, I started making Maths calendars to share with everyone and now that we're starting a new academic year, I was thinking about how to change them so that people could still use them and they're still appropriate for all year groups. The problem I ran into was … Continue reading FREE RESOURCE: Maths calendars – a redo!
Good morning everyone! Happy Sunday! I am enjoying the last few weeks of my Summer holiday and trying to think about getting back into the groove of work haha. It's time for another #SixforSunday post today! This is the final post of August - our month of celebrating 2021 books and today, we're thinking about … Continue reading S4S – 2021 book covers
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 try it and … Continue reading Mini reviews: more kids’ delights!
God morning ThursTAG peoples! How are you all on this very day? Are you all well? What are you all reading? I am still enjoying the Summer holidays and it is glorious! I'm here with the Summer Bucket List tag which has been sat in my drafts for a LONG time, so I have no … Continue reading ThursTAG: The Summer Bucket List
Good morning everyone! Today, I have the utter joy of being on the blog tour for The Wild Before, the brand new book from one of those authors that just GETS it, the brilliant Piers Torday. Piers was kind enough to answer a few of my questions about his book and what made him want … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Piers Torday
Morning everyone! I’m back today with some more mini reviews of some of my recent YA reads. I've read a few YA books recently that I properly enjoyed and I think it's time that I spoke about them! These are YA books that need space in your life and on my blog. This blog features … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: YAY YA round up!
Reading Recharged: an invaluable book filled with incredible ideas for reading! Reading Recharged includes a wide range of creative ideas, top tips and photocopiable activities for KS1 and KS2. The book is designed to spark a love of reading for pleasure alongside covering all seven reading skills from the National Curriculum (vocabulary, inference, summarising, predicting, commentating, … Continue reading Reading teachers? Look out for Reading Recharged
Good morning #SixforSunday crew! How the devil are we all this fine Sunday? (I say fine, I'm writing this on Monday, so it could be horrible... if it is horrible where you are, I am terribly sorry!) We are back with more celebration of 2021 books today for #SixforSunday. Today, we're talking: 2021 books I … Continue reading S4S – 2021 rereads
Good morning everyone! I saw this tag over on my friend Aoife's channel (check the video out here) so I thought I'd have a go at it! It is ThursTAG after all! *** 1) The second-last book you read. Witches of Brooklyn - a brilliant graphic novel about a young girl who moves in with … Continue reading ThursTAG: Two Books, One Stone tag