Minibeasts Planning

A collection of early years (EYFS) and key stage 1 (KS1) lesson plans and ideas relating to insects and minibeasts, ideal for using in your classroom or early years setting when looking at this ever popular topic.

If you have a lesson plan or activity that has worked well in your early years setting and you would like to share it with other practitioners then please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.

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Minibeast Arts and Crafts Ideas

Minibeast Cross Curricular Game / Activity Idea

Minibeast EYFS / KS1 Topic Plan

Minibeast Maths Game / Activity Idea

Minibeast Storybook List

EYFS Planning

Minibeasts MTP: Communication and Language

EYFS Planning

Minibeasts MTP: Expressive Arts and Design

EYFS Planning

Minibeasts MTP: Mathematics

EYFS Planning

Minibeasts MTP: Physical Development

EYFS Planning

Minibeasts MTP: PSED

EYFS Planning

Minibeasts MTP: Understanding the World

EYFS Planning

Minibeasts STP Week 1 – Which minibeasts can we find in our school garden?


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Emma, Bognor Regis
I love all the KS1 teaching resources from ELHQ and use them all the time at school (and at home!). The role-play section is a particular favourite, especially all the pirate related stuff.
Anna, Manchester
Wonderful resources….particularly love all the new planning documents, the story resources and the number rhymes.
Will, Brighton
ELHQ is definitely my first stop for teaching resources for my KS1 class, as they have such a varied choice and the quality of their pictures is always amazing!
Kate, London
Thank you so much…this site is amazing! I really love the planning section, there are so many new ideas that I want to try out!
Sandra , Cullompton
This site provides brilliant EYFS resources that I regularly use in my early years setting. All the material is bright and colourful and is great to use as part of displays. My class especially like the Elmer the Elephant section!