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 Rokx (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
Who else has been blessed with a whopping great server box humming away in their learning space? Well, if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em! This free download is the perfect way to bring a bit of humour to your server – turn a negative feature into an eye catching talking point! Click here to download your free robot template! Hopefully this is the last of your technical issues –