First steps in sewing: Polystyrene plate
A while ago I attended a fabulous morning workshop by a lovely lady called Renee Lighton, who encouraged us to set our children up for success by creating teachable moments in the home, using things we already have laying around. She gave us some pretty nifty ideas for using polystyrene plates (recycled from frozen pizzas or,as in our case, from a delicious milk tart some friends brought over for desert a few weeks ago!) So, I kept it aside, knowing it would come in handy for something…
OPEN OFFICE HOME AND BUSINESS 2016 – COMPATIBLE WITH MS WORD, EXCEL – PC MAC
Computer Education World. OPEN OFFICE HOME AND BUSINESS 2016 - COMPATIBLE WITH MS WORD, EXCEL - PC MAC. Fully compatible with Microsoft Office, Word, Excel & PowerPointCompatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10 (32 bit & 64 bit) and Mac OS X!Easy to
Matching Alphabet Beans Literacy Game - The Imagination Tree
Make an alphabet beans literacy game and an ongoing resource to use in lots of activities together! Playful literacy fun and learning for preschoolers!
Cutting Practice & Learning Shapes
Are you following us on Pinterest? Here's a fun activity that we did to help Maddie (3.5y) practice her cutting skills as well as talking and learning about shapes at the same time. Ages: 2+ (see handy tips at the bottom for ideas to simplify or extend to meet your child's needs) Materials: Plain paper, strips of coloured paper, scissors, glue, texta/marker It's your choice to use child safety scissors or not.. they don't cut as well but it depends on your level of supervision and your…
Sewing Table-A Collaborative Fine Motor Experience
Sewing is a great activity to do with young children to develop their fine motor abilities. I have a low table in the classroom with ...