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Ziploc bags with tempera paint. We practiced color mixing, fine motor skills, sensory exploration, and letter writing. It felt like getting messy... without the mess!

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I Spy phonic display. Reception children see the 'letter of the day' and look on the board to find something beginning with the letter. They write the word down on a piece of card using their phonic knowledge. They are then encouraged to draw a picture of the item, write their name and display it in the wall folder for all to see.

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Phonics Activities - Stimulating Learning

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One of my many new displays (: it's a bit busy but it's to show parents all the things we do to help us get ready to write!

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Print Rich Display or Walls Full of Print?

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Construction area includes Hi Vis vests, meter sticks, tape measures, clip boards, calculators and all construction resources are available for children to choose from.

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