It’s Saturday morning and I’m having a muse about the first week back at nursery after lockdown and how, as a sector, we showed how important Early Years truly is and why we need to shout about ourselves more to receive the government funding we actually deserve.
Feel free to comment on here on on my social media pages and tell me how you feel, I’d be interested to know I’m not alone in my musings?
In this video I take a look at the muddy faces Log Building Set which is available on their website for £31.19 including VAT
CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE WEBSITE
These amazing and versatile story spoons can be found at
along with a huge range of other amazing storytelling resources and information. www.storyprops.co.uk
Products can be found at the following links:
Goldilocks and the Three Bears figures are
Storytalk Cards are
Stand-It Stones are
Please enjoy the video I’ve created to review the amazing
Yellow Door Traditional Tales Figures of The Little Gingerbread Man.
The figures can be found by clicking
The Story Talk Cards can be found by clicking
The Stand-It Stones can be found
If you want my recipe for Gingerbread playdough then click
This is my view on what Cultural Capital means for early years settings.
As I said, this is my view. You may have your own interpretation.
Whatever your view on Cultural Capital, just remember to feed those curious minds!
. . . it’s ME!
If you remember a short while ago I had the pleasure of talking to the legend that is Kathy Brodie about my specialist subject – storytelling. Well, you can watch it too by clicking the link below:
A few hints and tips on incorporating maths into baking with the children.
In the video I mentioned about a recipe sheet you can download for a basic chocolate cupcake, download it from here: