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Below is listed some useful Spring Topic Days.


Friday 1st February is Number Day 2019, click here to take you to the NSPCC website to register your school for resources and ideas.

Throughout February I will be joining in Our Sensory Kids #oursensorywinter , check it out on my Instagram.

Chinese New Year is celebrated on Tuesday 5th February 2019, it’s the year of the Pig. I’ve updated a few resources on Print Play Learn, to support children in school; there are word mats, display lettering, a range of writing paper and more!

Then it’s Valentine’s Day on Thursday 14th February, whether you celebrate it or not it’s good to talk to the children about kindness and collaboration. On my blog there is a simple Rose Playdough Recipe.


After half term will be Shrove Tuesday on 5th March and I’ve added a few more resources to support making and designing pancakes!

It’s also World Book Day on Thursday 7th March, their website has many different ideas for activities for Primary school aged children and activities for the Pre-School and the Early Years.

Red Nose Day this year is on Friday 15th March. The Red Nose site shares videos, free downloadable resources, and fundraising information to share with your class or child at home.

World Down Syndrome Day is on Thursday 21st March, wear your odd socks to support it. Read more about it here.

This year Mothering Sunday is on 31st March, I’ve created a Pinterest board to share different activity ideas, if you have any yourself don’t forget to tag them #printplaylearn.

If you want to add more international events then contact me.

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Welcome to the Print Play Learn blog! Scroll through our archives for lots of early years and primary teaching tips and advice from former teacher & our founder, Michelle. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Find us on Instagram for more inspiration or contact us to ask a question and we’ll do our best to answer it on the blog in future.