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2022 - The Year in Review

2022 has been a busy, and interesting year for me. Before I take a little trip down memory lane, I want to take the opportunity to thank you all for your support, and wish you all the very best for 2023.

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Activities for Listening Skills

In order for children to become skilled readers and writers, it is important that they are able to tune in to the speech sounds of the English language. This can be tricky for some, but a focus on listening skills before learning to read will help.

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Maths Learning Resources for Teachers

Maths learning resources are a solid investment for any early years classroom.  Of course, written Maths is important, too. Children need to learn number formation, and begin to construct number sentences.  Do you need a workbook for this?

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Reviewing and Assessing Play

Setting aside time for reviewing and assessing children at play is beneficial in many ways.  It will tell you much about the children themselves, allow them to self-reflect, as well as informing planning for further play sessions.

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STEM Activities at Home

In recent times, a lack of resilience in children has become a cause of concern for some parents. By encouraging play and STEM activities, children develop curiosity, perseverance and coping strategies.

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Ideas for Junk Art

What is Junk Art? Junk Art is open-ended, child-led and creative. Children create their own art using items you might put in your recycling bin.

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