Posts Tagged ‘Projects’

Printing with Poppy Plastic

First toddler group of 2015 and we had lots of messy fun printing with poppy plastic, hands and finger tips.

This was very easy to set up – I simply squirted some ready mixed paint on to sponges set into finger dip bowls, let the children choose which colour sugar paper they wanted to use and away we went. Read the rest of this entry »


Despite the recent cold weather the days are starting to getting longer, so there’s no better time to get the children doing projects using a camera. Read the rest of this entry »

International Mother Language Day

February 21st is International Mother Language Day. This day, organised by UNESCO, is to raise awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multiculturalism. Read the rest of this entry »


It’s nearly time for the ghosts and ghouls to come out and it gives you plenty of opportunity for fun creative projects. Here are some simple ideas to get you started. Read the rest of this entry »

Space – A New Frontier!

The recent shuttle mission to the International Space Station marks the end of 30 years of use for the current design. Read the rest of this entry »


ugust 3rd is Playday – the national day for enjoying, encouraging and celebrating play. What a lovely idea! As well as being great fun, play is essential to a child’s growth, development and acquisition of many skills Read the rest of this entry »

Happiness Happens Month

I’d like to introduce you to one of my favourite societies – the Secret Society of Happy People. And the month of August is Happiness Happens month. Read the rest of this entry »

Grow, Grow, Grow

My morning walk to work is now punctuated with beautiful bright flashes of orange and white from the snowdrops and crocuses stretching for the sky. Read the rest of this entry »

Colour your classroom!

February can be one of the darkest and dreariest months! Days are still short, the weather is still cold and the only flowers cheeky enough to open their petals are snowdrops. So, there’s no better way to brighten things up than by talking about colour with your children. Read the rest of this entry »