This has been a very demanding and tiring year. This was a year just fantastic! The occupations of work have moved me away from Flickr for a while ... and then I went on vacation. This series of photographs is a tribute to my students of the PCV course: this year they were asked to work on alphabets. Since childhood I have always felt profoundly unfair that the teachers assigned tasks that they have never played in person. If you do not do it too - I thought - how you do you know how much…
Paper Plate & Spinner Literacy Games
Does your child own a fidget spinner? Put it to good use with these paper plate and spinner literacy games! (Also see these NUMERACY games) First, how to make this paper plate. You will need: Paper
This moon craft is great for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, or older kids. It's a great art extension during a space theme in the classroom.
Kettu lentää -aineisto ryhmille | Kansansatuja ja yhteistä tekemistä
Kettu lentää -aineisto tuo kansansadut ja eläinsadut opetukseen ja ryhmätoimintaan selkeällä tavalla. Sivulla on satuja, tehtäviä ja pelejä.
Making a Diorama
Diorama - A model representing a scene with three-dimensional figures, either in miniature or as a large-scale museum exhibit. My boys love making dioramas! It's such a good way of presenting research! Over the weekend I snapped a few pictures of the dioramas the boys made. They each selected a theme or topic for their diorama and collected the materials they wanted to use. The solar system tub is on the left and the African savannah tub is on the right. Otis collected sand, first he wanted…
Play Theme Cheat Sheet: Space
Even though it's not quite August yet, we just couldn't wait any longer to post our latest Play Theme Cheat Sheet. We just know you're going to love it!... I am so excited about this month's playtime cheat sheet, just because of the theme alone....SPACE! I don't know why, but I was somewhat overly fascinated with space as a child (nerd alert). I simply couldn't get enough of it. I even asked for a toy planetarium for Christmas one year, which I've now passed down to my son. P.S. It still…