I like to create environment displays that are interactive and capture children’s imagination. The displays need to be flexible and support the continuous provision that is available, from bat caves to cascading waterfalls, cosy reading nooks to exploding volcanoes! Each display within my learning environment has a purpose, whether it is to showcase children’s work or … More Exciting learning environment displays!
The children came back after the half term to find eggs in the middle of the learning room, a colleague and I have found them earlier on this morning and thought we had heard a scratching noise coming from inside so we cordoned off the area with tape and warning signs. The children spent the … More What is in the eggs?
Our topic for one of the Summer terms was minibeasts….. now I still love basing learning around topics, especially when you can thread through children’s interests without too much phaffing. So minibeasts again…. As I have been teaching for a good few years, this topic seems to come around in cycles, even last year we linked … More Honey, I blew up the minibeasts!
This was our hook at the start of a term, children came back after their holidays to a blackened corridor and a space rocket hanging from the ceiling, the doors to the rocket were closed, children investigated how the rocket had crashed into our classroom. The following week the children came back from the weekend … More ALERT! ROCKET CRASHED INTO CLASSROOM!
Well it’s been a long time coming, but I am very happy to launch my blog Creative EYFS. Within this site I will be sharing my practise of teaching within the EYFS and Year 1. This site will give ideas and share good practise amongst those who wish to create outstanding provision within the EYFS. … More Hello world!