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Back to School

This blog post has been written by Jeanette Morris our in-house Early Years Specialist who has over 33 years of teaching experience and a real passion for Early Years Education. So, the Bank Holiday is over, September looms and that can only mean one thing in many households, back to school. For many parents and carers, the end of August … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Bubble Wands

Take blowing bubbles to the next level as you let the children get creative and design their own bubble wands. All you need is the following: Pipe Cleaners Cutters (Optional) Beads Bubble Liquid To make a Bubble Wand Choose you pipe cleaner colour and bend it into any shape you want. Then twist the two pieces together to form a handle. … Continue reading

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Transient Art

This blog post has been written by Jeanette Morris our in-house Early Years Specialist who has over 33 years of teaching experience and a real passion for Early Years Education. Summertime, whether sunny or raining, is a time to be out and about. Whether its a visit to the park, the countryside, beach or shops, the opportunity to collect treasure … Continue reading

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Fish Sun Catcher

Soak in the sun with this easy to make, colourful sun catcher. All you need is the following: Black Card Clear Sticky Back Plastic Coloured Tissue Paper Thin Ribbon Scissors Glue Hole Punch Pencil To make a Fish Sun Catcher Take a sheet of black card. Use a pencil to draw the outline of a fish on the card (like the … Continue reading

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Outdoor Spaces for Babies and Toddlers

This blog post has been written by Jeanette Morris our in-house Early Years Specialist who has over 33 years of teaching experience and a real passion for Early Years Education. During the first few years of life, babies and toddlers are trying to make sense of their world. They soak up every noise, sound and experience. The outdoors is a … Continue reading

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Gold Medal Father’s Card

Help the children make Dad feel like a winner this Father’s Day with this easy to make medallion card. All you need is the following: A4 White Card Ribbon Gold Card Felt Pens Star Stickers or Sequins Scissors Hole Punch To make a Father’s Day Medal Card Fold the A4 white card in half to make an A5 vertical card. Then cut a 20cm … Continue reading

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Father’s Day Tie

The young ones can let their creativity run wild with this simple step-by-step guide to making a tie for their dad this Father’s Day. All you need is the following: Sheets of Coloured Card Paints Paper Plates Variety of painting objects Length of cord or Ribbon Pencil Scissors Sellotape To make a Father’s Day Tie Cut out the shape of a tie from … Continue reading

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Den Day Competition

With Save the Children’s annual fundraising Den Day upon us this Friday the 16th of June, we thought we’d encourage you all to get involved by running a competition! To take part, just follow the 3 simple steps below: Build a fabulous Den. Take a photograph of your completed project. Send the photo to us via email at sales@earlyyearsresources.co.uk, using … Continue reading

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Outdoor Classrooms

This blog post has been written by Jeanette Morris our in-house Early Years Specialist who has over 33 years of teaching experience and a real passion for Early Years Education. Having taught for more years than I care to remember, and having lived through more initiatives in primary education than I care to remember, I must confess to being slightly … Continue reading

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The Importance of Handwriting and Mark Making

In a world where technology surrounds us more and more, the temptation to text and type has never been greater. Just think about the number of devices you have lying around your home; tablets, smartphones and computers have quickly become everyday gadgets. The rise of emails, text messages and social media updates have all taken over as our main methods … Continue reading

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