Hello! Yesterday, I posted some 'calendar maths' resources and while I was in the groove, I got on with a writing one which is similar, but I think this one is one you could use across the age ranges! I've tried to keep all of the prompts as varied and fun as possible - for … Continue reading FREE-DAY: Writing!
Good morning! How are you all today? I was sitting thinking the other day about quick ways in which we might be able to incorporate Maths (and English and EVERYTHING ELSE if I'm honest, but I started with Maths) into every day. I had a play around with some different formats and different set ups, … Continue reading FREE-DAY: Calendar Maths!
Hello everyone! A while ago, I asked if anyone would be interested in seeing how my brilliant TA (I don't think he ever reads my blog, but if he does: HELLO!) planned some lessons on printing and how we did it! I have my PPA on a Friday and my TA covers my class, so … Continue reading PRINTING: How we did it in the classroom!
When Sadness Comes To Call: one hell of a picture book "When Sadness arrives, try not to be afraid: give it a name, listen to it and spend some time together. Maybe all it wants is to know that it’s welcome." When Sadness Comes to Call tells the story of a young girl who one … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: When Sadness Calls
Every Child A Song: Poignant and a wonderful readaloud for kids of all ages! "Using the metaphor of song, the book opens with the arrival of a newborn and its unique 'song', then pans out to explore all the essential things that every song needs to thrive - love, protection, a home, a name, the … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: Nicola Davies
Good morning! Today is something a little bit different! Last Monday, I posted a little resource of things to do inside with kids. The response to that was lovely, so I decided to share another one of my favourite resources. Today I’m sharing a few of my Book Bingo templates. There's 4 different templates in … Continue reading FREE-Day: Reading Bingo!
Good morning! Today is something a little bit different! Today I'm sharing my A-Z of things to do indoors - this could be something for kids to tick off doing in the coming weeks! It could be something for parents to look at using with their kids for when they seem to be bored. I've … Continue reading A-Z of indoor activities!
Hello! I don't normally post at 7pm, but I've been working on a little something for the school website in light of school closures. I wanted to create something for our school website for recommendations for parents to use to support their children being active and staying healthy in the coming weeks. It's a collection … Continue reading Home learning PE recommendations
Why do you love books so much? Well that's a loaded question and a half. It's a question my children (despite the fact I've taught them for 2 years now) have asked me. It's a question my colleagues have asked me. I don't have ONE answer for them. I don't have one blanket answer. I … Continue reading Books and my classroom…
Respect: an informative and approachable way to teach children all about the importance of consent. "Your body belongs to you and you get to set your own rules, so that you may have boundaries for different people and sometimes they might change. Like when you hi-five your friends and kiss your kitten, but not the … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Respect