Rather than sashay away, I’ll be more Shantay, you stay (Drag Race reference for you there folks!)
Now I’m about to start the final year of a degree I’ve got the mammoth (read gargantuan) task of choosing and then writing my dissertation. I roughly know my topic but will need to tidy it up to submit my proposal.
What’s that? You want to know what it is?
Oh, well ok! I’m looking at physical literacy in children and how we should focus on that to improve the children’s abilities for writing later.
As I said it is very much in the embryonic stage of development but I’m wondering if my lovely TMP Tribe can help me with useful reading, guidance, research or resources?
If you can then feel free to message me on my social media channels or drop me an email to email@example.com as it would certainly help.
I was honoured recently when the awesome Siân from Story Props asked me to write a blog post for her website. You can check it out, along with her amazing story telling items by clicking her logo below:
Out for a walk in York today and went into the Museum gardens (due to go to the York Proms there next month) and whilst walking about saw this beautiful use of nature to create such a gorgeous and inviting storytelling den.
I’m delighted to be able to partner up with Daniel Larson, AKA Mr Early Years, to feature something from his wide range of downloadable and printable teaching resources.
This week: An Intervention Pack designed for TAs or other classroom assistants to grab. It includes activities for finger gym, numeracy, and writing. Allow the TAs to deliver targeted support without the stress of them having to plan it. It is also great for NQTs or new to Early Years teachers!
These activities are designed for children in Nursery, Reception and Year 1 but mainly focuses on Reception.