Areas of the Room Posters (Part 1) | Free EYFS & KS1 Resources
Could another sight of signs be made, to include a fine motor area and puzzles/games area, and an outside area? This would be really helpful these signs are wonderful.
I would love the text on these posters to be editable and include an outdoor area poster
Is it possible to make multilingual signs including Bengali and Somalian languages?
Thanks- your resources are fantastic!
A decorative poster featuring a rhyme for remembering how to spell ‘necessary’: ‘Never Eat Cakes Eat Salmon Sandwiches and Raspberry Yoghurts’.
Decorative border featuring pictures of a variety of different textures, ideal for your sensory area.
A large 2013 Calendar which can be printed out in several A4 sections and stuck together.
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