Screen time has been a bit of a hot topic amongst parents I’ve been talking to this term, so much so that I’ve compiled a little printable sheet of tips and things for families to ponder and talk about together…. I’m sure this is something that anyone with kids struggles with from time to time (my family included!) Click here to grab this free download, I hope you find it
This resource features a selection of colouring sheets with bilingual vocabulary designed to promote discussion about the variety of special people in our lives! Use highlighters to colour the words before adding a drawing, photo or keywords about your ‘special-someone’… Click here to grab your free download! Wish you all a relaxing Mother’s Day,
I knew as soon as I read these beautiful words by Mero Irihapeti (on the Te Rito Maioha Early Childhood NZ fb page) that I needed to create a version to display in our Whānau Support room at school! The words are perfect for supporting children and adults alike to take some slow breaths and re-centre themselves… Click here to download your free printable.
However you choose to approach the topic of Easter at your school, there are normally eggs of some description involved! I’m a big believer in making as many local connections as possible (to whatever the topic at hand may be) so here’s an awesome early-finishers activity, perfect for the couple of short weeks coming up at the end of a long term… ***Make sure you print this sheet in A4
This set of classroom reward bracelets was created for a lovely school colleague who’d been struggling to find a set that was applicable to our little learners here in Aotearoa! This resource contains 45 Bracelets in 2 different colour schemes – bright & bold and water colour themed. They’re a great way to support & acknowledge positive behaviour & actions in your classroom. Simply choose the colour scheme of your