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### 26 Beautiful Ways To Use Chalkboard Paint

Blackboard paint tree slices for natural mark making on the go. Great outdoor mark making idea. Kiddies could do this before working in their sketchbook. A basket of these for children to take out and explore.

### Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Cards

This worksheet shows students how to write numbers in fractions, decimals and percentages. You could easily create your own using Microsoft Word to change the numbers, or leave blank spaces for the students to find the answers.

Individual triggers chart to use with students. Numbered 1-5 from bottom (happy) to top (angry) with simple statements, symbol style image support and space for writing possible triggers. A4 size but could be resized if necessary. The two versions are identical except for the skin tone used on the images

Looks inspiring, just what the kids and I need. Outdoor phonics ideas.

Getting to grips with shapes! This activity can also be great for mark making. Best outdoors this one, tiz a bit messy but easily cleaned. This is shaving foam! Squirt and spread across your surface. We then used our plastic shapes as templates and with our fingers drew around the outside, lifted up and had created our shapes which we then talked about. Great for shape classification!

Love everything particularly the dipped chair. Garden Shed office on HG Living Beautifully blog...

Beginning of the year name activity, incorporate counting backwards and write number beside the rocket.

### Christmas scavenger hunt free printable clue cards for kids

Free Christmas Scavenger hunt clue cards for those Chrismas Scavenger hunts with the kids. 10 cards with clue numbers on the front and space to write clues on the back.

The first one: something like start the story from person A's POV as she goes about her day, goes into work at a job she hates, etc. She walks into the storeroom to see this and the next chapter is his POV explaining to the reader that sometimes he just can't control where he lands when traveling in time/space.