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Telling the Time Activity Pack

Last week I wrote about recommended resources for helping to learn to tell the time (read it here). Telling the Time can be a really challenging area for so many children and a tricky concept to understand and apply. One thing I was asked was if I would […]

Make a Masking Tape Airport!

Heres a simple and quick activity that provides hours of imaginative play fun! Great on those rainy days! What do you need: Masking Tape (quite a lot!) Pen Something to make your airport buildings (duplo, building blocks, cardboard) Toy planes What do you do? Depending on the size […]

Review: Tiny Town Push and Play books

We’ve fallen a little bit in love with these new Tiny Town Push and Play books by Imagine That Publishers. If you’re after a way of enticing your child to enjoy books, stay engaged in a story and have fun then these books are for you! Kids can […]

Top Phonics Resources 

Are you supporting your child to read at home using Phonics? Or are you a teacher who’s after some more ideas on how to make Phonics engaging? We’ve been searching for the best phonics toys, books and learning resources. These are our current favourites: Phonics Bloom– If you […]

Review: Magformers Sky Track Play Set 

We’ve been trying out the Magformers Sky Track set this week on The SEN Resources Blog and we’ve made our first ever VLOG!!! Please head over to our You Tube Channel and watch it and subscribe to our (brand new) channel! For those that read our blog you’ll […]

How to Make a Pretend Cardboard Shield

Looking for an easy, unique craft activity with the kids? We’re learning all about Castles, Dragons and Fairies at the moment so decided to make our own Cardboard Shields.  What do you need?  Cardboard Scissors String  Paints Sequins/wood pieces/gemstones etc to decorate  Glue  How do you make a […]

What are Gross Motor Skills?

Gross motor skills are important skills needed for every day tasks such as standing and walking. What’s the difference between gross and fine motor skills?  Unlike Fine Motor Skill Activitie which require the small muscles in the hands and fingers, Gross Motor skill activities use the larger, core stabilising […]