Time Fillers: Creative Thinking Exercises

Time Fillers: Creative Thinking Exercises

A collection of time fillers to keep the children occupied. There are riddles which can be put on a display and changed daily/weekly. There are also quick time fillers for register time and to promote creative thinking.
sheep_tea
Thinking Hats - Planning

Thinking Hats - Planning

I few examples how I have used DeBono’s Thinking Hats to expand the chidlren’s thinking through the themes we are completing and stories. Other topics covered: Edward DeBono; Creative thinking
Loz12
Creativity - what?  How?

Creativity - what? How?

From a thread on TES I just gathered together ideas and main points to help with creative teaching and learning. Other topics covered: Classroom management strategies.
shetland-kat
Continuous Provision EYFS

Continuous Provision EYFS

An attempt at continuous provision for display in different areas of EYFS classrooms; role play, sand and water area, writing area and snack table. Resource describes the continuous provision in our setting but most statements are likely to reflect the provision in most settings. Other topics covered: Assessment; Level descriptors/statements.
jodyo
Charlotte's Web Activities

Charlotte's Web Activities

Have just finsihed reading and going some activities with my Grade 1/2 class. The planning and activities are based on DeBeno's Thinking Hats as Higher Order thinking is really 'big&' in our school at the moment!
Loz12
game board template

game board template

Found this on the internet (http://www.avery.com/us/software/jcc/ ) - very good resource to make a game board for any subject based on topic you are covering. Great for extension or consolidation.
missstress
Key Skills Certificates

Key Skills Certificates

A set of editable certificates to reward children for using their Key Skills for Learning: Social, Enquiry, Communication, Reasoning, Problem Solving, Improving Own Learning, Creative, Information Processing Key Skills.
needmoresleep
Name slideshow

Name slideshow

I got this from someone else on this website. A great help when revising with a class. Ak a question, everyone has to think of an answer before you press ‘s’ to see who’s name comes up. Very useful. Type in your class and then hit any key to start.
laceys