Danielle Shackleton

Danielle Shackleton

Danielle Shackleton
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Teatime just got better with our giant version of a Jaffa cake. The soft sponge base, zingy orange jelly and generous layer of chocolate.

Teatime will be great with our giant Jaffa cake recipe. With a soft sponge base, zingy orange jelly and generous layer of chocolate – it's bigger, and of course better, than the original.

Tongue and Groove Bathroom

Country bathrooms are all about having a cosy, inviting feeling. Who wouldn't want to bathe in here?

Tongue and Groove Bathroom

Country bathrooms are all about having a cosy, inviting feeling. Who wouldn't want to bathe in here?

Giant numbers - jack and the beanstalk - children found 'giant numbers' as part of their homework to put on our display. They also pegged any writing they had done on our beanstalk.

Math: Kids find big numbers in magazines, cut them out and place them on the board.

Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Great for mathematical development: Take Aim! I would stick or write the numbers on a wall and then use a wet sponge to throw at the numbers.

Fun twist to make measurement fun! :) For added fun and extra practice, change the size of the writing to smaller (and messier) print from "Baby Giant" and change the size of the footprint...

(Letter J Week - Jack and the beanstalk) Class Messages. This one is for Measurement. You could write messages and sign them from different characters/animals to fit your weekly theme/story.Brown Bear, Pete the Cat, Little Quack, Goldilocks, etc.

Jack and the beanstalk inspired independent maths activity. Roll the dice and move your 'jack' along. Collect gems, winner collects the golden gem!!

Jack and the beanstalk inspired independent maths activity. Roll the dice and move your 'jack' along. Collect gems, winner collects the golden gem.

Lots of Learning with Jack and the Beanstalk!

After reading "Jack and the Beanstalk" students can grow their own beans. This would be a great way to incorporate science as well.