Thursday, 12 July 2018

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Saturday, 19 May 2018

BFG Collaborative Coloring Posters

So are you studying the BFG by Roald Dahl? Isn't it time to make a fab poster which incorporates
the whole class! Look no further! Included is this set of 35 mini tiles for stduetns to color, cut out and assemble into a large poster.

This idea incorporates cooperation, Math and Literacy!

Print the seven pages including the example setout page (grid) and place where they should go. Once done, assemble by pasting onto large paper, or blue tac on to backing paper. You could also tape up the backsides of the papers together and display.

Students love this fun activit
y and it is so easy to put together! 

Sunday, 6 May 2018

Free Ideas Page Giveway!

Free Ideas page Giveaway for you, yes you! Okay, who doesn't like free stuff? You? No way, we all love free gifts and this is no exception.

I have put together this really cute ideas page for students, teachers and creatives people to put together their great ideas down on a computer or on hard copy by printing.

This is a free sheet which I have created using my free hand and a good black sketching pen. I hope you enjoy it. Please check out my blog and store for other great freebies and great resources. Oh and did I tell you I also have a store in Etsy. That is where I let my creative genes go wild. So included there are digital games, adult coloring pages, clip art and other digital goodies.


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The following is a treat sheet I put together for fun. I hope you enjoy! If you would like this free please click on the link and it will take you to the page where you can download (Teachers Pay Teachers). Or you can drag off the page onto your destop. 

If you would like this free please click on the link and it will take you to the page where you can download (Teachers Pay Teachers). Or you can drag off the page onto your destop. 

Sunday, 29 April 2018

Mother's Day IdeasTo do With Students

Great Mother's Day Activities

It's Mother's Day coming up and what do you have planned for your little kiddos? Not much I hear you say? Well I've decided to throw some fabulous ideas below for your viewing pleasure. You might get inspired or it might even lead to do something unique and amazing, I guess that's why I love Pinterest because it seems they have it all.

If you're a classroom teacher and wondering what brilliant craftivity to do with the kids look no further!!

Kindergarten Aged Children

Mother's Day Idea One

I found this really cute idea where students write in chalk their I love you message and throw themselves in the middle for a photograph. Simple but pretty effective if you ask me. I know, I know thank me later.

Even lookie at this idea. 

You could take photos and print them and mount them on colored card to send home to mom/mum.
Here is another great idea very similar to the one above.

Mother's Idea Two

Many parents have some excellent cupcake wrappings at home. You may also have a variety of buttons or an old cardigan ready to be chucked away. Why not cut the buttons off. Then get your students, children and or grandchildren together and they can make this excellent idea. Bright colorful and on point.

I heart crafty things: click on the picture

Mother's Day Ideas Three 

This idea I love because it involves students writing about their mum or female caregiver and she is depicted as a super hero. Craft involves cutting, pasting, assembly and writing. This might take two sessions at least to complete.

 Click to the PTP Page Lauren Fairclough
Lauren Fairclough, click to her TPT store

Mother's Day Idea Four

This is a nice simple handprint idea for teachers to make the template up themselves. All you need to do is to draw an outline of a hand and make it into a tree. Draw little hearts around it on a US letter sized paper and have students make this little beauty up. If I was having student make this, I would get them to color them in first rather than use colored card.   

Mother's Day Idea Five

And I love this idea, very, very simple to do. Two different colored paints, a marker and white paper. You can have young students make this beauty up. Click on the picture to take to the blog which has the instructions. 

Bunch Mother's Day card

Mother's Day Idea Six

Coloring in a bookmark like this one and giving it as a voucher. How cool is that?

Coloring Vouchers

Printable and Easy to Assemble Envelopes and Note Paper

So I decided to make my own set of unique envelopes to download immediately. I wanted to create that cute factor and made six different sizes, from the standard small card size to tiny versions. The tiny envelopes also have notepaper to go with them. These are really for decorating personal scrapbook pages.

They look very cute, but did take a lot of time to make from using Photoshop for sizing, to using Power point for inserting as a pdf and making thumbnails.

I do like them myself and am keen to use in my personal projects. Well I will be inserting my photos and other examples from online and especially pinterest.

Hope you enjoy!

Saturday, 28 April 2018

Flower Displays, Craft for the Classroom

Okay so I love crafts and always will. I found this amazing craft of the growth of a Daffodil flower and I thought I'd post it here on my blog. This is fabulous because it has a 3-D effect and what kid doesn't love 3-D? It has actual seeds in the middle as well. A lovely resource.

Do check out my Facebook account for more amazing crafts both school related and for adults.

 Lovely Daffodil Flower Display

Similar ideas with links. This is a larger craft completed
by a child. This is also really well done.

 lovely Plant Display Link
And of course this little classroom beautyOriginal post.

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