Natural World

Natural World

A ‘natural’ feel to some of our activities this week…

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Rocks, Stones & Pebbles

I love their versatility!

Rocks, stones and pebbles on the Discovery Table from Rachel (",)

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OHP Play

Branches, skeleton leaves and leaf beads…

Branches, skeleton leaves and leaf beads on the OHP from Rachel (",)

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Homemade Resources on the Finger Gym

These are always so popular. Easy-to-make and great for fine motor skills…

Homemade DIY resources on the Finger Gym from Rachel (",)

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Five Little Speckled Frogs 

Five Little Speckled Frogs from Rachel (",)

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Panda Play

I created this after a long discussion with a few children about their love of pandas. I remembered making something similar a couple of years ago and thought they might enjoy playing with it. This year I also added a few panda heads (from eBay) and some black and white numbers…

Panda sensory basket from Rachel (",)

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Wild Animal Small World Play

Wild animal play from Rachel (",)

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Sorting, Counting and Number Recognition

Sorting, counting, number recognition and small world play from Rachel (",)

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Scooping, Filling, Pouring, Mixing and ‘Cooking’

… with out-of-date lentils and split peas…

Exploring lentils and split peas from Rachel (",)

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Dough Play

… with pebbles, feathers, matchsticks, googly eyes and stirring sticks…

Plain dough with pebbles, feathers, matchsticks, googly eyes and stirring sticks... from Rachel (",)

Plain dough with pebbles, feathers, matchsticks, googly eyes and stirring sticks... from Rachel (",)

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Ocean on the Light Panel

Ocean play on the light panel from Rachel (",)

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Pot-Pourri

Touching, feeling and looking carefully…

Exploring natural resources - from Rachel (",)

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Simple Phonics Play

Matching and recognising letters and attempting to blend and create words…

Simple phonics play from Rachel (",)

 

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Thanks for reading!

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Would love you to come & say hello! 🙂 

– Rachel (“,)

2 Comments

  1. Awesome and inspiring… like always!
    Thank you so much for sharing, children from around the world are benefitting from your generosity.

    Love from Quebec, Canada

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    • Oh, thank you very much for the lovely comment, Nancy! 🙂

      Reply

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