Tag: kids

Apostrophes for Possession

Are you learning about apostrophes for possession? If yes, then carry on reading! 1.Singular possessionExplanation: An apostrophe and the letter ‘s are used to show possession. Example: The girl’s bicycle. Note: In the example, the apostrophe indicates that one bicycle belongs to one girl. 2. Singular nouns ending in ‘s’Example words: James, Wales, Paris and Dickens. Explanation: Singular words ending in s can either end…

Yoga in the Classroom

As yoga is becoming more mainstream for adults in recent years, the benefits are indubitable; more and more schools are starting to embrace the power of yoga and mindfulness to improve the wellbeing of their students. Being a yoga newbie myself and a full time primary school teacher, I have been wondering about ways of bringing yoga into the classroom.…

Nature Crossword Puzzle

Crossword puzzles are a magnificent way for children to revise, practise spellings and learn new vocabulary. Check out this free nature-themed crossword puzzle, perfect for a science activity! This fun crossword puzzle will challenge kids with facts about insects and other creatures. It’s also a great way to practice spelling and word recognition.   To download it for free click…

Free Dragon Alphabet Resource

To go with my dragon themed room this year, I wanted to put up the alphabet in the front of the classroom so that children could refer to it, whenever they needed to. Even though I will be teaching Year 4 and children will already know how to form the letters, as well as the order of the alphabet, I…

How to Make the Easiest Paper Boat

Here is the easiest way to make a paper boat! Make big ones, small ones and try them out in the water? Send photos of your paper boats floating away! Would love to see them! ⚓️ Till next time…

Why children and parents need routines

Now that it’s the summer time, adults and kids can easily sway away from their daily routines. While this is a normal thing to happen, completely changing your child’s routine constantly, can have disruptive consequences for both the child and parents. Certain family ground rules need to be set and kept to, especially in the summer holidays, for it will…

Welcome to ‘Saved you a Spot’ YouTube Channel

✨Don’t miss out! ✨ Stay tuned every Friday (OMG! Did I say EVERY FRIDAY?!)  for new videos on anything to do with education, as well as arts and crafts for children! Please subscribe to be the first to get the new videos! Like, like, like and share, share, share! Oh, and don’t forget to comment! Let me know what you’d…

How to make a ‘Light Fury’ bookmark for kids – Easy

Are you looking for an art activity to promote reading? Well, this little activity is linked to “How to Train you Dragon 3” and is super easy to make!. It’s perfect for promoting reading, both inside the classroom and at home. Check out my easy to follow video on YouTube and make your own! Leave a comment below if you…

Tips for flying with young kids

  Flying often, has allowed me to find out what makes parents with kids travel best. You know, the ones you see and think to yourself that’s how it’s done! On my many flights, I’ve talked to parents extensively about what works for them and through careful observation here is what I’ve noticed works best for parents, kids and their…

Mathematics practice for all levels: Ada Project

Are you tired of searching the internet to find exercises to practise your mathematics? Well search no more! ADA Project  is a free, open-source, online mathematics textbook for students and teachers, that aims to provide questions and answers for any topic and level! As a teacher, I often get asked by parents how they can best help their children revise for…