Word Wall Freebie!!

I recently created a resource to brighten up my Word Wall. I wanted something fun, bright and colourful to assist my children with their letter recognition and later help with writing and spelling.

So, I came up with this!! Alphabet word wall cards with pictures on them. There are 4 word and picture cards for each letter of the alphabet.
After the children have brainstormed words that start with our letter of the week, I add them to my Word Wall and so far, the children have enjoyed seeing it grow.

I thought I would share it with you all and hope that your students use it throughout the year.

To download your copy, click on the link below :)

Word Wall Picture Cards Freebie


28% off everything in my TPT store!!!

Hi fellow teachers!
I'm writing today to advise you all of an upcoming sale on TPT!
On 27th - 28th February (EDT) I will be reducing ALL my products on TPT by 20%. When you enter in the promo code (to be advised - however it will be advertised on TPT soon) you will then get a further 10% off your final purchases!

Here are some of the items I am selling that will be discounted on these days.

The Letter B

This week in Kinder (Prep) we have been learning all about the letter B!!

The children have had so much fun investigating the sound and words that B makes with a number of activities like blowing bubbles, playing with balloons, making biscuits, making bees and beading.

We also used our 'Eye sticks' (icy-pole sticks with googly eyes attached) to help us find the letter B around the room.

We used the Nursery Rhyme 'Baa Baa Black Sheep' and read the book 'Share Bear'.

Here are some shots from this week :)

Making Bees

This activity was inspired one that I saw on Pinterest. All you need is:
Yellow Card
Black Card
White paper

Next week we are learning about the letter S and I'll be posting some ideas at the end of the week. :)

Hope you have a great weekend!

My Kinder Classroom :)

Setting up my classroom is one of my favourite times of the year. So far, I have had to move classrooms every year that I have taught, and although its a draining process, its a good chance to get rid of the bits and pieces that you don't use (as well as create new spaces, resources and themes!!)

Here are some photos of my classroom this year. I have changed schools this year so I have a completely new classroom set up!

These tub labels are available at my TPT store and can be edited to your chosen font. :)

Nursery Rhyme Pack - 2 - Special Promo!!! 50% off this weekend only!

Hi readers!!

Earlier last year I wrote a post about Nursery Rhymes and what a fantastic tool they are when teaching little ones at the beginning of the school year (or throughout the year really).

Well, I am very excited to let you all know that I have put together a 2nd Nursery Rhymes Pack including an additional 7 Nursery Rhymes, available for purchase at my TPT store. This weekend (14th Feb - 17th Feb) you can purchase it for 50% off!!!! (I would LOVE your feedback on TPT)

Here's what you will get:

I would love to hear your feedback on this Nursery Rhyme pack or if you have used my original one in your classroom! :)

Early Numeracy Ideas

We have been learning about numbers over the last few weeks! I like to use lots of concrete materials when teaching numeracy - especially at this early stage. I always like to start the lessons off with some songs about numbers - the children LOVE them and its also a great way to settle them down after recess.

My favourites are: Lets count up to 10 and 10 little numbers. (both available on YouTube)


The children will then head off to their numeracy groups and choose from activities such as making numbers with playdough, matching number cards and objects, sorting shapes into colours or types, number frame counting and ordering the numbers using flashcards.



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