Early Years A basic numeral recognition activitiy. Develop your mouse control and number skills by matching number digits to words in the 1 to 10 range. © v2vtraining.co.uk An initial sounds phonic activity that develops the link between letters and the initial sounds of some common objects. A counting and numeral recognition set of activities. Develop your mouse control and counting skills as you help Lecky collect objects to match numbers in the 1 to 5 or 6 to 10 range. Colouring and matching activity. Use the Simple Scales to weigh the bears. Dressing for the Weather is a drag and drop dressing activity. A drag and drop alien making activity to develop mouse control skills and to develop language. Drag and drop fun with the Scary Spuds. © 3913.co.uk Drag and drop the names of the single digit numbers on to the picture. Drag and drop the names of the colours on to the picture. Comparison activities - developing the language of comaprison using such terms as biggest, smallest, longest, etc.
Dressing Lecky A basic numeral recognition activitiy. Develop your mouse control and number skills by matching number digits to words in the 1 to 10 range. © v2vtraining.co.uk An initial sounds phonic activity that develops the link between letters and the initial sounds of some common objects. A counting and numeral recognition set of activities. Colouring and matching activity. Use the Simple Scales to weigh the bears. Dressing for the Weather is a drag and drop dressing activity. A drag and drop alien making activity to develop mouse control skills and to develop language. Drag and drop fun with the Scary Spuds. © 3913.co.uk Drag and drop the names of the single digit numbers on to the picture. Drag and drop the names of the colours on to the picture. This simple labelling activity can be used to reinforce the idea of labels and as a framework for children to begin to add their own captions and labels to familiar scenes such as a teddy bear's picnic.picnic lesson outline
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Early Years Teaching Ideas - General Ideas Cat and Mouse - A fun game for children to play at spare moments during the day. Hunt the Honey - A fun, competitive game, in which children have to find a pot of honey! Don't Get Caught! Who is it? Captain Silence - A simple method of encouraging children to sit quietly. Mr. Magic Wand - Cast a magic spell on your class, to encourage them to sit up and listen carefully! The Magic Carpet -A fun way of learning about other cultures. Sounds - A useful PDF worksheet, which asks children to identify how different instruments make sounds. Find that Sound - Develop children's listening skills with this game, then make up your own orchestra! Rewarding Learning - An effective way of encouraging children and rewarding them when they succeed! Yes / No Sticks - Make these simple tools to help children answer your questions. Snap / Matching Game - A set of cards (in PDF), which can be laminated and used as part of a snap / matching game. Paint the Playground! Broken Link?
Make Kids' Books Online For Free! Planning - ICT in the Early Years A camera display is a quick way for children to share what they like and are interested in with each other. The links at the top of this page can help you audit your ICT across the EYFS principles. The EYFS is based around four Themes. A Unique Child - Every child is a competent learner from birth who can be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured. Positive Relationships - Children learn to be strong and independent from a base of loving and secure relationships with parents and/or a key person. Enabling Environments - The environment plays a key role in supporting and extending children's development and learning. Learning and Development - Children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates and all areas of Learning and Development are equally important and inter-connected. Each Principle is supported by four Commitments. Click on a commitment to see both how technology can underpin this commitment and how the commitment can inform ICT practice.
Thinking skills in early years: Brain games to make children think! Use games to help babies and toddlers, two-year-olds and the three- to five-year-olds to develop creative and critical thinking. Linda Thornton and Pat Brunton discuss ideas you can use Creative and critical thinking has now been embedded in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) for some years. What do we mean by thinking skills in the early years? We have all watched young children find ways to make sense of the world around them. having their own ideas, thoughts and opinions exploring, investigating and enquiring making links between things they learn and discover choosing ways to do things solving problems and working things out for themselves communicating what they think. Here are some ideas you can use to make children think. Babies and toddlers Mirror games Sit a baby in front of a full-length mirror and sit down next to her. smile make funny faces make sounds with your lips make animal noises shake different parts of your body. Continue the mirror games by: Watch the ice Two-year-olds