An exciting Stone Age-inspired craft activity, that is ideal for all Key Stage 2 aged children and can easily support any Stone Age Topic. It is a practical activity, and it can easy to implement in the classroom or at home.Read More
In pursuit of further developing creativity, I decided to present my class with another open-ended and creative task.
A task that would not only encourage the children I teach to work together, think expansively, but also build stronger levels of resilience and perseverance in order to reach and hopefully achieve a desirable goal.
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In a bid to develop the power of Creative Thinking, within my class. We came up with 50 things to do with a stick. Collectively, we hope these practical ideas serve as inspiration and enable you to get outside, enjoy the outdoors and explore, learn, create.Read More
How to manage a blog around a full-time job
For the majority of blogger types out there, working full-time on your blog is pretty much the normal state of affairs, with many using it as a full-time venture, career and job. Some are lucky enough to travel the world, work with brands, tell a great story and develop inspiring content, others do all of the same and yet produce complete rubbish.Read More
So, I have been lucky enough to be nominated for my first ever blog award!! That's cool and I feel really privileged. Big thanks to Sophie for choosing me as one of your nominees. I'm humbled and really appreciate it. Such a great achievement and exciting to think people like my work.Read More