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I started off this topic with a letter addressed to Reception. It was from the Joker to say that he had kidnapped all of the small world superhero characters. The children were outraged and I feigned serious distress! We hadn't set anything on the tables that morning because we wanted to see what the children…

Shoot the tricky word baddies movement activity Phonics Games, Phonics Reading, Phonics Activities, Literacy Activities, Reading Activities, Infant Activities, Educational Activities, Eyfs Classroom, Superhero Classroom

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I started off this topic with a letter addressed to Reception. It was from the Joker to say that he had kidnapped all of the small world superhero characters. The children were outraged and I feigned serious distress! We hadn't set anything on the tables that morning because we wanted to see what the children…

Superhero Cityscape Art Project with Van Gogh! These are great for preschool through grade! Details, stories, and more at Preschool Powol Packets Superhero Cityscape Art Project inspired by Vincent Van Gogh! Great for preschool and older kids too! Superhero Preschool, Superhero City, Superhero Classroom Theme, Preschool Art, Superhero Academy, Preschool Activities, Eyfs Classroom, Bible Activities, Classroom Door

Superhero Cityscape Art Project with Van Gogh

Superhero Cityscape Art Project inspired by Vincent Van Gogh! Great for preschool and older kids too!

Learning Outcomes Decoding for superheroes is a fun phonics activity. Children to not only practice phonics but also to use their knowledge of - 292 Fun Phonics Activities, Phonics Lessons, Phonics Games, Phonics Reading, Jolly Phonics, Preschool Learning, Writing Activities, Preschool Phonics, Phase 3 Phonics

Phonics - Decoding for Superheroes - Classroom Ideas

Decoding for super heroes is a fun phonics activity for reception and early KS1 children to not only practice phonics but to decode messages from an evil villain.

I love it when a project crosses curriculum boundaries, and connects the dots among different areas of study -- say, Soc. Year 1 Maths, Early Years Maths, Early Math, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Preschool, Fun Math, Math Games

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I love it when a project crosses curriculum boundaries, and connects the dots among different areas of study -- say, Soc...

Addition and Subtraction using superheroes theme. Solve the calculation to free the superhero (missamyp) Early Years Topics, Early Years Maths, Super Hero Activities, Math Activities, Superhero Classroom, Math Classroom, Maths Eyfs, Numeracy, Maths Display

Addition and Subtraction using superheroes theme. Solve the calculation to free the superhero (missamyp)

superhero photo booth- this would be fun to do for a superhero party; especially if the kids got to take home a picture of themselves Superhero Classroom, Superhero Birthday Party, Boy Birthday, Birthday Parties, Superhero Preschool, Superhero Party Activities, Superhero School Theme, Superhero Party Favors, Eyfs Classroom

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Welcome to Teacher's Pet your one stop shop for all of the very best in classroom resources including, posters, labels, games, activities, challenge cards, bunting and so, so much more!

Rock My Classroom – Irresistible early Years ideas for your indoor and outdoor provision…. Superhero Writing, Superhero Classroom, Superhero Ideas, Superhero Party, Year 1 Classroom, Eyfs Classroom, Maths Eyfs, Writing Area, Writing A Book

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I started off this topic with a letter addressed to Reception. It was from the Joker to say that he had kidnapped all of the small world superhero characters. The children were outraged and I feigned serious distress! We hadn't set anything on the tables that morning because we wanted to see what the children…