Little Miss Teacher Blog

By Clara Fiorentini

It's not hard to build excitement with younger children. Anyone who has taught an infant class knows that all too well! However, some...
Taking learning outdoors has so many wonderful benefits for young children. Nowhere is it written that we should keep our infants cooped...
One of the biggest challenges with the senior classes is maintaining the interest of the pupils in their learning activities. Ensuring var...
Picture Books have so much learning within them that I find it so hard to just read one once and not come back to it again several times. ...
The 3,2,1 formative assessment technique is a great, little way of concluding a lesson with the senior classes. It provides pupils with ...
Word Ladders is a nice little activity to get your pupils thinking about word formation, phonograms and realising how many CVCC and CC...
Letter wands are really helpful when teaching initial letter sounds. They also assist in making letter & object connections. Provide s...
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