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We’ve been writing a lot about the Moon for the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings, such as the Apollo Moon Landing guide and Space Facts for Kids, and if the little astronauts in your life are planning their own mission to space, but they’re not sure what to do when they get there, perhaps …

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Did you know?… The Apollo space program was named after the Greek god of light and music. The gravity on the Moon is just one-sixth of the Earth’s, so you would weigh less on the Moon. You could jump higher and carry much heavier things too! If you want to see lots of shooting stars …

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Name: Danielle Beaumont Job title: Class Teacher Class Year: Year 1,2 and 3 Number of children in class: 12 Product being reviewed: Code & Go® Robot Mouse Activity Set How did you use this product within your classroom? (e.g. whole class teaching, group work, individual, child-initiated learning) Group work and child-initiated learning. How has the …

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Children’s Art Week Children’s Art Week is a UK-wide programme run by Engage over a week in June. During Children’s Art Week, a range of libraries, community halls, heritage venues, country parks, schools, museums and galleries across the country host events for children to explore their creativity through art. These activities give children, their teachers, …

The post What does coding have to do with Children’s Art Week? Win an Artie 3000™ appeared first on Learning Resources UK.

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Name: Kirstin Chambers Job title: Teacher Class Year: Reception and Year One Number of children in class: 60 Product being reviewed: Sand Moulds – Lowercase Alphabet and Sand Moulds – Uppercase Alphabet How did you use this product within your classroom? (e.g. whole class teaching, group work, individual, child-initiated learning) The Sand Moulds were used …

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The Importance of Family Games Family games are important because they reconnect the family. We are living in a time where it’s no longer unusual for children to have their own TV’s or computers. With Smart-TV’s and video streaming services, families no longer have to watch the same programmes at the same time, they don’t …

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Name: Gemma Armstrong Job title: Foundation Stage Leader Class Year: Reception Number of children in class: 28 Product being reviewed: Primary Science® Wow & Wonder Set How did you use this product within your classroom? (e.g. whole class teaching, group work, individual, child-initiated learning) I used the test tubes as part of a colour mixing …

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I’m Georgina, a former science teacher & Special Educational Needs Coordinator. I run The SEN Resources Blog www.senresourcesblog.com which is a site for parents and teachers of children with Special Educational Needs. My site provides advice, fun learning activities (crafts, fine motor skill activities etc) and recommends useful resources. I love encouraging outdoor learning, and …

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Name: Jo Moore Job title: Reception Teacher (EYFS/Maths Lead) Class Year: Reception Number of children in class: 14                        Product being reviewed:  5-in-1 Outdoor Measure-Mate™ How did you use this product within your classroom? (e.g. whole class teaching, group work, individual, child-initiated learning) I introduced the children to it first. We had a discussion about what …

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Name: Georgina from The SEN Resources Blog Age of children: 4 years Product Testing: Uh-Oh, Hippo!™ Georgina is a qualified teacher/special educational needs coordinator. She runs The SEN Resources Blog, a site for parents and teachers of children with Special Educational Needs. Her site recommends resources, provides advice and gives suggestions of fun learning activities …

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