A really useful powerpoint to help introduce the fashion of the 1960s. There are also some great videos attached (gathered mostly from contributors on youtube) that you will need to download in addition, for the powerpoint hyperlinks to work.
This is a very simple assembly script based upon Roger Hargreaves story of Mr Rude that you can use with your whole class. I used it at the beginning of the year to reinforce good manners (so no religious link).
Here are a few worksheets that may be helpful for children in need day.
A set of useful cards that can be used as target cards for behaviour.
A template that can be used to create a diary - can be used across the curriculum.
This is a simple PowerPoint that explains to children (or indeed teachers) the importance of using photographs in Geography and how they can be best utlised.
This is a very simple display idea which encourages the children to think about the task they have completed and evaluate what they have learnt, how they have learnt it and what they could do to improve next time.
Here are some bright and colourful tray labels. They are in the shape of a pencil. This resource has been amended from another resource that I found online a long time ago (to become a smaller size), but cannot remember where I got the original one from. So thank you to who ever made the original.
Hopefully this is a useful resource that I plan to use of an up and coming INSET on more crteative ways of recording work and encouraging staff to move away from the use of worksheets!
A quick and easy powerpoint game that will introduce children to some of the famous people of the 1960s, by playing 'guess who'. A good basis for chidlren, before they undertake their own research.
Here is a very simple set of classroom equipment labels that can be added to trays or baskets.
A list of some websites that may be useful for a 1960s project.
A template that can be used to make a booklet.
This is a simple series of posters based on Gardeners Multiple Intelliegences that can be used to display chidlren's different learning styles. Also included is a questionnaire type quiz to assess children's own learning styles.
Some useful posters to brighten up your computer room and help reinforce what all the different sysmbols mean.
A set of personalised sticker charts. Just add the child's name. Plus I insert my name where it says 'My teacher'.
Here are a set of job badges that can be used during group work.
We use this expected levels of writing progress tracker with parents as a 'rough&' guide to show them how they child is doing at parents evening meetings. It is discussed with them and not just given out, as obviously it is not a &';rigid' document!!
This can be used for children to self/peer assess any piece of work.
This is a display idea to encourage children in KS2 to read more regularly at home. The challenge is for the children to read as many books at home during the term. Each time they finish reading a book at home and complete the activity sheet they will receive a flag for their knight on horse back to hold.
A simple, yet useful worksheet to help children plan out and support their own independent thinking!