Monthly Archives: June 2014

Tactile primary and secondary colour mixing with Rainbow blocks

Sage has been really interested in colours lately so when I was offered these Rainbow Blocks (By Sweet Elephants) I wasView full post »

Tactile adding to 10. Bugs in a jar. Free Printable!

Download your free “Bugs in a jar – adding to 10″ printable here — Bugs in jars adding (Click hereView full post »

Dino Dig – Excavation plaster.

Kids (especially mine) love getting messy so making little plaster moulds with dinosaurs inside to excavate was theView full post »

Craft trolley!

A few nights ago I came across a facebook post by the wonderful Kate from An Everyday Story (see the photo on Kate&#View full post »

Making the ordinary into learning – baking and fractions

It can be really simple to use ordinary day-to-day activities as a learning experience although sometimes it may take aView full post »

Tactile counting — Bugs in a jar. Free Printables

Download your Bugs in Jars printable here! counting See the matching adding activity and printable here!   View full post »

HANDS-ON Subtractions – Building bugs! Free Printable.

My little people simply loved designing insects for this little subtraction game! Even if it is a little gruesome that aView full post »

How are your children kept track of/marked/assessed? Do you have to report to someone?

We have touched on this in “How do you know they are at the right level/know what children their age know/haveView full post »

Hands-on nature numeracy – Keeping busy kids moving!

Hands-on nature numeracy! Miss 5 is a busy kid, (like most 5 year olds) she has trouble sitting still. I often need toView full post »

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