Great idea! Where is our Food from? Mapping our fruits and vegetables, lessons about buying local, in season, and climate.

Where in the World is your Food from? (Food Mapping!)

Where is our Food from? Gathering data from the supermarket, and then mapping our fruits and veggies: learn lessons in geography, nutrition, science, and about our food system. Cool for at home and in the classroom.

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Our Local Area Display - Journeys, maps and addresses. Creating story maps or models to represent the location of the places and features they pass on their way to school.

An amazing story tray Check this link for more ideas related to The Train Ride

An amazing story tray Check this link for more ideas related to The Train Ride

Reading display idea for travel

Toot and Puddle Poster - Read around the world. Holly Hobbie's beloved Toot and Puddle are pigs with very different personalities: Toot, an enthusiastic world traveller and Puddle, happy to enjoy his activities closer to home.


More ideas
Our local community board.  Using an old car mat and photographs from where the children visit over the year at pre-school such as the post office, tea room, doctors, dentist, hairdressers, shop, etc. EYFS Links: Understanding The World

Using a car mat and photographs, create prayer board for people and places in our community

http://www.largesttoystore.com/category/pack-and-play/ Travel Agents role play. Really good way to think about money/exchanges/holidays etc. Useful for Geography.

Travel Agents Role Play Pack - Everything you need to create a fab travel agents role play area in your classroom. Simply use with our other holidays and seaside display resources and away you go!

Early Years - Transport.  Different kinds of crates, another good idea for outside play equipment.

Plastic crates and boxes for open ended construction and roleplay fun!

Painting with toy trains, trucks, etc., idea from 3 Kids and a Gluestick.

Tuff Spot Play – Painting With Trains

After watching the animated version of The Train Ride, have children order the main events of the story in this storyboard activity by clicking on the text to put it in the correct sequence. You may also choose to have children work with a partner to retell the story.

After watching the animated version of The Train Ride, have children order the main events of the story in this storyboard activity by clicking on the text to put it in the correct sequence. You may also choose to have children work with a partner to retell the story.

trains for dramatic play | train station | Dramatic Play Center

he train station was designed as part of a topic on travel called 'Lets Move'. The children go on imaginary journeys; they use time and money when making booking and buying tickets.

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