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Playing to your Character Strengths
John Dabell, Teacher & Author, looks into how schools can help develop a child’s character using a programme based around storytelling and celebrations. Read more
Winter small world in a jar or bauble
These wintry small worlds in a jar by Lottie Makes are so cute and easy to make. Follow the simple instructions below. They make great festive crafts for taking home as parent/guardian gifts and the baubles are lovely as tree decorations. Read more
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5 maths must-haves
As part of a project I am working on, I recently had the opportunity to look through all of the many printed products TTS produce for mathematics. There are hundreds of excellent resources, but I was asked to pick out the top five that I would have loved to have in my classroom – no easy choice, but here they are! Read more
How to create a stained glass window effect
Make a festive stained glass window by following our simple step by step guide on how to use a variety of materials to create this beautiful effect. Ideal for non-specialist art teachers, this activity focuses on techniques and can be easily adapted for other seasonal celebrations to brighten up any classroom. Read more
Winter warm-up giveaway
As the cold days are upon us and we leave for work and return home in the dark, we have a great winter-warmer giveaway to help you get through! Read more
Fizz, Bang & Pop Bath Bombs
Everyone loves some fizz, bang and pop! Now you can make your own bath bombs in the classroom. Follow this simple recipe and see how yours turn out. Read more
All our Christmas blog posts in one place!
We thought that we would make it super easy for you and list all of our Christmas crafts and festive learning blog posts in one place. Read more
How to make a festive Christmas tree decoration
Follow our simple step by step guide on how to use a variety of materials to create this beautiful Christmas coloured felt tree decoration. Ideal for non-specialist art teachers, this activity focuses on techniques and can be easily adapted for various festivities to brighten up any learning environment. Read more
Pom-pom peg doll fairy decorations
Combine peg dolls with pom-poms to create beautiful, festive tree decorations. These cute fairy dolls are so easy to put together and would make an exciting class project, as well as being lovely home-made presents for children to give to friends/relatives, or possibly sell at a Christmas Fair! Read more
Messy Play: Potions and Concoctions
With a whole host of films and TV shows about wizards, scientists, potions and spells, creating potions in your setting can unlock lots of learning potential. Harry Potter, the Hobbit, Narnia and Ben 10 have all been hugely popular and caught children’s imaginations over the last few years. Read more
Learning to fingerspell
‘Learn to Fingerspell Week’ (launched by HerBuzz.com), runs from 20th - 26th November and is a great opportunity to allow children to acquire, what for many will be, a new and exciting skill. Fingerspelling is a way of spelling words using hand movements and is a part of learning sign language; each letter of the alphabet has a different sign. Read more
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Use Flip-It to enable any child to master their times tables
Flip-It is a best loved resource to raise achievement and support the learning of key skills using a multi-sensory approach. Read more