A collection of 28 photographs of various fruit and vegetables.
A collection of 28 spring themed photos. Ideal to use to create bespoke teaching resources.
A set of beautifully designed animal display letters with each letter of the alphabet represented by a relevant animal.
A collection of editable superhero labels featuring illustrations of 9 different superheroes.
A collection of the EYFS statements for each area of learning and age group.
Decorative number line designed to help pupils count in twos by illustrating the gap between the numbers using pairs of socks.
The final minibeast STP in a series of 7. It features a variety of activity ideas and continuous provision suggestions.
The 6th minibeast STP in a series of 7. Focuses on the question “Which minibeast will you come as to our Ugly Bug Ball?”
The 5th minibeast STP in a series of 7. Focuses on the question “Why do spiders weave and spin webs?”
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