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>>>> Download our ABCs and 123s guide here 100 kids literacy and language activities Our approach to literacy and language activities is through play-based, multi-sensory learning. While children are having fun and thinking creatively, they are learning about spelling, reading, writing and language development. Show More Summary
>>>> Download our ABCs and 123s guide here We’re joined by Christie from Childhood101 today, with a great post about sorting fun. I hope you enjoy her ideas. “Pleasure in arranging things – whether lining up pebbles or tiny toys in a row, or arranging lines, shapes and colours on a sheet of paper […] The post Thinking It Through: Sorting Fun appeared first on NurtureStore.
Looking for things to do with children in September ? These September activity plans are perfect for play-based, creative learning. September activity plans >>> Download your ABCs and 123s back-to-school resources here You can use the...Show More Summary
A classic, no cook play dough recipe that you can make in minutes, using ingredients from your kitchen cupboard. Here’s a step-by-step recipe, along with ideas for a whole year of play dough activities. Easy play dough recipe >>>Download...Show More Summary
Welcome to our online tween book club! If you have children aged 8-ish to 12-ish, join us and read along with our book choices each month. Here you’ll find ideas for how to set up a book club for children, and a tween reading list. I have a year of suggestions for great books for a […] The post NurtureStore’s tween book club book list appeared first on NurtureStore.
Here’s one of our favourite simple art ideas – painting on foil, which is lots of fun, great for sensory play, and creates gorgeous collaborative art. Simple art ideas :: painting on foil Sometimes you need a quick rescue remedy – something...Show More Summary
Coming September 2016: Up! My new book will transform your block play. I’ll show you how to take your child’s love of blocks and develop their play through math, literacy, art, construction, physics, astronomy, sensory, engineering and art. Show More Summary
I love back-to-school Septembers. Even though I’m getting ready to have a holiday August and am really looking forward to a to-do list free month, I’m still happy to have autumn on the horizon. Perhaps it’s from growing up in a family...Show More Summary
Looking for things to do with children in August? These August activity plans are perfect for play-based, creative learning. August activity plans You can use the image buttons or the text links below to browse through my archive of August-themed activities and find some ideas that suit your children. Show More Summary
How can you use LEGO® to teach math, spelling, science and art? This resource of over 100 LEGO® activities for kids will show you how, with ideas for using LEGO® bricks for learning right across the curriculum. 100+ Learning with LEGO®...Show More Summary
How about some explosive outdoor art, with this spray painting idea from the Just Festival? Outdoor art: spray painting >>>> Download my Art Spark process art guide here Even if you shy away from messy play indoors, by heading outside you can give your children the opportunity to try some big, fun, explosive spray painting. Show More Summary
After our garden audit we’re gearing up to make more use of our outdoor space now the summer is on the way. Here are five quick and easy ideas we’re using to take our literacy outside. Promoting literacy outside 1. Go inside out: I...Show More Summary
>>> Join me for a joyous, creative online Summer Camp! Details here! Looking for things to do with children in July? These July activity plans are perfect for play-based, creative learning. July activity plans You can use the image...Show More Summary
Cross the curriculum for whole-brain learning by combining storytelling and math with this great selection of children’s books about circles. Children’s books about circles: combining math and storytelling >>>> Join my ART of CIRCLES...Show More Summary
Join me for a creative workshop and I’ll show you how to combine math and art for some colorful, joyful, creative learning all about circles. The ART of CIRCLES workshop >>>> Your access to the ART of CIRCLES workshop is here. It’s...Show More Summary
Glue is a wonderful sensory material for children to explore, and a springboard into all sorts of art, making and experiments. Take a look at our glue activities, and join in with the play. Top 10 things to do with glue For very young children’s first explorations with glue, use a glue stick (affiliate link). Show More Summary
This Cutouts art project for children, based on the work of Henri Matisse, is a great kids art activity linked to famous art. Matisse’s expert use of bold colour and simple materials make him a perfect great artist for children to learn about, and they can try out his ground-breaking style of ‘painting with scissors’. Show More Summary
Henri Matisse is one of the world’s most famous artists. His use of colour and simple materials makes him the perfect artist to study with your children. Here’s a collection of excellent story, information, and project books about Matisse for children to inspire you. Show More Summary
100 Fun & Easy Learning Games for Kids is a super new book full of simple, fun activities for children aged 3 to 7. Here’s a peek inside the book at one of the activities: making family photo word puzzles to help your child learn to spell their name and other important words. Show More Summary
Here’s a really simple and fun mud kitchen play idea: use chalk! Mud kitchen play ideas :: use chalk! I often find that a new material is a super spark for lots of play. It doesn’t even have to be a brand new material: sometimes just re-locating an item from one area to another is […] The post Mud kitchen play ideas :: use chalk! appeared first on NurtureStore.