One way of supporting the development of sound discrimination is playing with instruments or noise makers.read more
We made super simple smoothies this week.read more
Sound discrimination is an important skill for children to master.read more
In order to count, as well as learning the order of number names, children also need to establish one-to-one correspondence – that is counting each item in a set once only. There are lots of activities you can do to support this concept.read more
As we are thinking about the seaside this week, we thought it might be fun to try this fin-tastic ocean inspired snack. read more
Last week we made the Queen of Heart’s tarts. We could see why the knave ran off with them. read more
These banana honey pops went down a treat when we made them at preschool.read more
Play dough is fun and popular with young children but, apart from making a mess, what is it really good for?