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Top Posts & Pages
- Monsters and Imaginary Friends - Back with a Vengeance.
- Monsters and Imaginary Friends
- Build a Mud Kitchen - Why Playing with Mud is Good For Children
- CBeebies -Tree Fu Tom (raising awareness of dyspraxia)
- Why Do Young Children Draw Belly Buttons?
- Why Sharing Information with Parents is Important in Early Years Classrooms and How to Achieve it
- Pat the Cat HD (Rhyme & Read) iPad App - A Review
- I see and I forget, I hear and I remember,I do and I understand.
- Fairy Houses in the Woods.
Blogs I Follow
- A Life Less Organised
- Pocket Mouse Publishing
- Ramblings of a retired teacher.
- ERIC Blog
- The True Power of Parenting
- Mud Mud Marvellous Mud
- Happiness in Learning
- ECE is Vital
- EASYsolution 4 NURSERY EDUCATION dot-co-dot-uk
- Living Differently
- Leading CPD
- Jane Eaton Hamilton
- gemma D. alexander
- Buy Nothing Project
- A Teacher's Reflections
- Journey Together Full Day Kindergarten
Tag Archives: books
To celebrate the 40th birthday of one of the world’s most famous picture books, I have 10 Hungry Caterpillar inspired activities. Maths: Build caterpillars from dough or clay. Count the number of segments that make up the caterpillar. Play a matching game … Continue reading
For some time now I have been wondering what to do with all my children’s books. I collected children’s books before I had children and these were given to my children. There are many that I can’t part with but … Continue reading
My 3 year old wears glasses. She has been getting on really well with them and feels quite special and unique. She wears them because she has a turn and is long sighted. The ophthalmologist thinks that her glasses will … Continue reading
As an Early Years teacher I have always capitalised on opportunities for literacy in everyday life. Making children aware and involving them in these things is often key to children viewing reading and writing as fun. Traditionally these would have … Continue reading
My competition to win 6 Picture Books has prompted some wonderful comments about reading with young children. Lots of the comments suggested that parents were always keen to find new books to share with their children. I have already written a post … Continue reading
Some time ago I was asked to review ‘Your Baby Can Read’, a system for teaching babies from 3 months old to read. The system aims to introduce the written word at the same time as a baby is developing a verbal … Continue reading