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Random Acts of Kindness Advent Calendar

Random Acts of Kindness Advent Calendar

Random Acts of Kindness Advent Calendar: A fun paper craft activity to create your own Advent Calendar. Comes with numbered cover, back window template with 24 different random acts of kindness and instructions. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk
helenrachelcrossley
Christmas Quiz that includes music, film and traditional questions

Christmas Quiz that includes music, film and traditional questions

Christmas Quiz that includes music, film and traditional questions, 15 questions that can be used with whiteboards or answer sheets provided. The answer slides have film and music clips in response to the questions. This resource could be used for a whole fun lesson or a form period. No work required, download and go or print off answer sheets, everything provided for you-enjoy!
luanbyrne
Classroom Behavior Mangaement Reward Token System

Classroom Behavior Mangaement Reward Token System

Are you tired of searching for a system that helps your child do basic work around the house? Are you a teacher who needs to add an effective classroom management system that teaches your students accountability? Here it is! The BEHAVIOR MOTIVATOR game will suit all your needs as your child or students will be assigned specific tasks. Upon completion of those tasks they will earn specialized tokens. These tokens have many functions that will encourage them to continue their work and keep them engaged week after week after week. You KNOW your children best! While learning responsibility, the Behavior Motivator is a great reinforcer for positive behavior while earning rewards that YOU choose. The Behavior Motivator is not just any token incentive system. In fact, it drives student choice theory by giving your child or students “options” on how to spend their tokens. The game is cosmetic, fun, and actively engages all parties who participate. They will practice using charts, playing chance games with a spinning wheel, use their tokens as a source of financial practices, and work together as a team to earn larger prizes. Students will also have their own token books where they can save up and fill them up so they can earn better prizes. This token system helps bond your child or students at a new level. It’s all here, contained in this package.
Taylaj42
Respect and Responsibility Writing Prompts

Respect and Responsibility Writing Prompts

These prompts help students and teachers discover the importance of respect and responsibility. They include strategies and tips to help answer the prompts and are designed to make this a whole school activity. Great for designing lesson plans and improving classroom behavior.
JamesHBurns
Anti Bullying Writing Prompts Volume One

Anti Bullying Writing Prompts Volume One

These prompts make students think and reflect on the topic of bullying, its causes, affects, and what they can do to help stop it in their school. It is set up in a journal format with plenty of room for the students to write.
JamesHBurns
Christmas Countdown Activity Hamper

Christmas Countdown Activity Hamper

This 24 slide resource contains three original winter poems (+ poem templates) , a 10 question Christmas quiz (+quiz template),a Christmas story starter (+story starter template), a Christmas card template (inside and outside) and three bookmark templates to cut out and and colour. It's a great activity pack for the countdown to the Christmas holidays and gives you one activity a day from now until then. Enjoy your stocking filler! Suitable for KS2.
LearnersLabyrinth
PHSE Positive role models, women

PHSE Positive role models, women

A PHSE lesson on the positive role models of women. Addressing why women need positive role models and what makes a good role model. Included are tasks for pupils to complete, questions for pupils to reflect on and resources for the main activity. The main activity involves pupils going around the room finding information out about different role models, who they are and why they are seen as a role model. They must then conclude by choosing who they think should be the top role model for women and justify their reasons why.
jkms77
Martin Luther King craft activity

Martin Luther King craft activity

Use these rainbow peace clouds and doves when commemorating the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, and reflecting on how words and actions can improve the world. Suitable for both primary and secondary students, this craft is a perfect response Students create their own cloud with dove, and write something that they dream about for the betterment of society. What's included: •Step-by-step directions with photographs •Templates with directions for running directly onto coloured paper •4 doves with Martin Luther King quotes about love •2 blank doves •Writing paper 'clouds' template with broken lines or solid lines, and blank, depending on the needs of your students. This is a simple craft that will enhance your display boards and engage students with civil rights and the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King in a meaningful way.
ham3849
Feminism: Significant 20th Century Women

Feminism: Significant 20th Century Women

A double pack of PowerPoints on significant 20th Century Women. Complements well with both teaching Feminism, but also alongside Votes for Women in Britain. Contains: 2 Lessons, which could be adapted into one lesson, or a homework project. A balloon debate task, where students decide which is the most significant. Differentiated plenary questions.
OMaddox
End-of-term photo quiz (2017)

End-of-term photo quiz (2017)

As teachers and learners look forward to the holidays and taking a well-earned break, it’s also a good time to reflect on the past year. This end-of-term photo quiz looks at eight different events from 2017 and encourages learners to consider and discuss a variety of topics. Each round begins with an inspiring photograph, true or false question, opinion question and ends with a discussion. Find out more at http://www.redcross.org.uk/What-we-do/Teaching-resources/Newsthink/Photo-quiz-2017 Suggested age range: 11–19 Curriculum links: PSHE, Citizenship, Tutor time Newsthink is our free, topical email for teachers which looks at news stories from a humanitarian perspective. The regular teaching resource is packed full of ideas for teachers on how to help young people explore current affairs and the world around them, using real-life examples from the news to prompt discussion and encourage understanding.
BritishRedCross
The Ugly Duckling Guided Reading Script

The Ugly Duckling Guided Reading Script

The Ugly Duckling Guided Reading Script or Readers Theater for Group of six speakers This is one of a collection of Hans Christian Andersen stories and includes teaching input, discussion and suggestions for further activities - i.e. ample content for a lesson. It can equally be used as a literary or PSHE resource. It could also be used as a small play, for performance, with a few ‘tweaks’ and the addition of the music suggestions below. Music 1. ‘There once was an ugly duckling’ song 2. Swan Lake – Tchaikovsky 3. You’re so Vain – Carly Simon Cast of 6: Narrator The Ugly Duckling Farmyard Turkey Swan 1, 2 & 3 Duration: Around 10 minutes reading time Sample Text 1 Ugly Duckling: ‘Oh dear!’ Narrator: (Puzzled) Pardon? Ugly Duckling: ‘Oh dear!’ I mean, that was the first thing I heard when I emerged into this world. Swan 1: Oh, you poor, dear sweetheart! Farmyard Turkey: (Mimicking Swan 1) Ah bless! You little darling! Swan 2: (To Turkey) What is your problem? Did nobody ever show you any love? Farmyard Turkey: Well, now you come to mention it, no! Swan 3: Oh dear! That would explain a lot! Farmyard Turkey: (Angrily) I beg your pardon? Heh, I’ve survived, haven’t I? And not, may I add, done so very badly for myself! Think farmyard status again! Narrator: Oh, you and your farmyard status! I wonder how you’d have fared outside that yard, in the bigger world? Farmyard Turkey: (Anxiously) Ooh, you wouldn’t get me going beyond the farmyard gate! Ugly Duckling: And that’s exactly to and beyond where I was chased! Narrator: But, hold on a minute. What about those other ducklings? Swan 1: Yeah. Those first brothers and sisters of yours? Swan 2: Didn’t they stand by you? Swan 3: Didn’t they stick up for you? Ugly Duckling: You are joking? From the minute they saw me they made fun of me! Sample Text 2 (Demonstrating PHSE link) Narrator: Nah! Ever heard the expression, beauty is in the eye of the beholder? Swan 2: Meaning? Narrator: That what is ugly and unattractive to one person, is totally beautiful to another! Ugly Duckling: A shame my brothers and sisters didn’t see that! Narrator: Because you were different from them. And sometimes being different is quite scary to others. They feel threatened. Ugly Duckling: They feel threatened? They want to feel what it’s like to be on the receiving end! Narrator: Which is why we should always treat others as we’d like to be treated ourselves.
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