This I Have – Who Has?: Farm Animals and Babies Game is a fun way to teach and review vocabulary and question structures with little ones! Includes 4 editable sets of cards in both colour and black line, with Basic and Extension sets so you can choose which best suits your class needs.
Use these Easter Egg Cards to practice to practice phonics and letter recognition skills with little ones! Includes picture cards, picture-word cards, upper case and lower case cards for you to mix and match.
Use these lovely Easter Egg Cards to practice colours vocabulary, counting from 0 to 12 and size recognition with your little ones! Includes colour cards, counting cards and number cards in different difficulty levels, plus ideas for fun games and activities to play!
Get little ones exploring emotions and feelings words with this fun emoji bingo game! Fully editable, and includes DIY craftivity templates for kids to colour, cut and make their very own game!
Little ones will love building their very own monster with this fun, colourful, non-competitive game to practise numbers, colours and parts of the body!
Aaarrggh! Shiver me timbers, it’s a race to find the treasure with this salty matching and memory game! Choose your pirate, then look for all the missing pieces of your treasure map. The first one to do so becomes the Pirate Captain, who gets the treasure chest and shares out the plunder with all the other buccaneers!
Your little ones can learn about where different animals live with this animal sorting and memory game! Pick a habitat and try to find all the animals that live there. Includes two wild animal habitats and two domestic animal habitats.
Use these super cute, printable popsicle ice pops, with personalizable messages as student gifts, party favours or motivational reward tokens! All you need is a printer and some craft sticks!
This bright, fun printable wall poster can help your little ones learn their ABC’s in English! With lots of colourful squares and pictures to look at, it’s great for your classroom or child’s bedroom.
A fun way for little ones to practice numbers 0 – 12 and early maths skills! There are so many ways to use these lovely ladybird and leaf cards; play simple matching games with them, add them to a sensory bin, use them with manipulatives, as play dough mats, clip cards or even as wall displays!