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In early years, messy play with malleable materials provides so much opportunity for babies and toddlers to emerge themselves in sensory activities
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NDNA recognise that den building as part of nature play in the early years is great for learning and development, despite becoming less and less common.
Children in their early years love messy play activities, especially ones including mud! But it’s not just fun, there’s actually a number of key benefits.
Practice place value in a fun, exciting and creative way with our free place value worksheets. Help children’s understanding of numbers up to 20.
Schemas in early years can be described as patterns of repeated behaviours, which often occur in play. Some baby schemas include transforming and rotating.
If your pupils are just getting to grips with using adjectives, this worksheet designed to push children to use a range could be just the thing.
Use these free downloadable worksheets to explore fractions with your KS1 pupils. Children can label fractions or colour in their own.
Little LEGO® bricks have the capability of transforming engagement in a classroom. We have collated 5 maths activities you can use with your pupils.
Download our free worksheet for exploring common letter strings and their various sounds. Children can read the groups of words and circle the odd one out.
Colour, cutting and sticking whilst learning the correct use of prefixes? What pupils wouldn’t love that? Download our free Match the Prefixes worksheet.
Getting to know the letters of the alphabet can be a challenge, but it’s also an important skill. Use our free Order the Letters of the Alphabet worksheet.