Transition Lapbook Template packQuick View

Transition Lapbook Template pack

Transition to another school or class – My idea for this is that this can be built with a child, combining lessons and creativity and craft. Each component can be a lesson or part of a lesson. It is something for the child to take away at the end of your sessions. You could easily fill 4 to 6 lessons with what is in this lapbook. There are two versions, one in black and white so the child can colour the lettering etc and one in colour where they can just cut and stick. There are two alternative back covers which you can choose to add to the lapbook. One is a game about ‘Changes’ and the other is a weekly feelings diary. Of course you could add one of those to the back cover and just use the other separately. This resource could be a fantastic end of term project for a Year 6 teacher. The children will love all the little pockets and will be making something to be proud of. Included in the transition lapbook is: Name – child writes their name in a colourful way – they could write in bubble writing or decorate it anyway they wish. Picture– either take a photo of the child to stick here or ask them to draw themselves. Front cover title – Moving on My new school or new class worries – What sort of things are they worried about? Use the little monster writing sheets for children to write down their worries to put in the little pocket. Discuss these at each session and help to reassure the child about the changes that will happen when they move class or school. Questions about my new school or class – This is a perfect opportunity to answer all those questions about the new school or class. My autograph and message book – Let them collect autographs and messages from friends to take on with them to the next school or class. My goals and targets – This is a little layered book. The child has to come up with a target for the rest of the term, a target for the summer holidays and a target for the new school or class. All about me tag book – Lots of questions to answer in this little tag book. Treasure chest – Includes concertina books with some prompts but also includes a blank so you can ask different questions. The treasure box could contain anything that the child wants to keep safe. They could pop some little photos in there too. A letter to my future self – What do they hope for in the future? How can they see themselves when they are in the next class or in their new school. What will they be doing? What will they have achieved? Will they have new friends? A letter could also be written telling their future self of what they are doing now, any of their concerns or worries etc. Friends – The child can write their friend’s name and finish the image to look like their friend. All their friends can fit into the little pocket. Changes game (back cover) Feelings diary (alternative back cover)


A set of 7 activities to be used during beginning of the new school year /transition period. Suitable for KS1/ KS2 Activity 1 - About me page template (to colour and fill in) Activity 2 - Find someone who bingo page Activity 3 - About me passport page (fill in activity) Activity 4 - About me shield page (to colour and fill in) Activity 5 - About me bunting/flag page (to colour and fill in) Activity 6 - How well do you know your teacher? (quiz) Activity 7 - I Spy in the classroom (classroom hunt using the alphabet)


A set of resources designed and planned for the early days and lessons with your new class. SAVE 56% when purchased as a bundle. They are fully resourced and ready to teach. All have outcomes that make brilliant displays for the start of term. 1 - Transition day lesson (planning, ppt and a range of art and writing resources) 2. Lego portraits complete art lesson 3. Lichtenstein dot portraits - complete art lesson 4. Portrait Poems - complete writing lesson 5. Personality Swirls - complete art lesson.
Transition into Year 7 - Maths - NumberQuick View

Transition into Year 7 - Maths - Number

Our 'Introduction to Year 7' booklet is designed to assist transition from Year 6 to Year 7 with Maths (Number) and can be completed in the summer term of school or during the summer holidays. Covering topics such as: Mental Maths Strategies, Highest Common Factors, Lowest Common Factors, Square Numbers, Square Roots, Ratio & Proportion, Rounding Whole and Decimal Numbers, Calculating Percentages, Using Brackets, Comparing Decimals, Simplifying Fractions & Adding & Subtracting Fractions. Most topics have an accompanying puzzle from secret messages to hidden numbers and shapes. All clip art is from OpenClipArt and is covered by a public licence for personal and commercial use. Please let us know if you would like us to amend our resource to suit your children. Many thanks and enjoy! Tutortastic
Transition booklet for year 6 to year 7Quick View

Transition booklet for year 6 to year 7

This booklet works through things that year 6 pupils typically worry about when moving to secondary school. The activities each compare primary to secondary. They include: people, the work, timetables, friends, where to keep your 'stuff', places to go to feel safe, what to do when things go wrong (including the incredible 5 point scale, as this was originally written for a learner with a SEN), having different teachers, people who can help, things that are learned, bullying and break times.
3. The Demographic Transition ModelQuick View

3. The Demographic Transition Model

AQA GCSE Geography (2016) Unit 2- Challenges In The Human Environment Section B- The Changing Economic World Lesson 3- The Demographic Transition Model
Media Studies A Level Transition BookletQuick View

Media Studies A Level Transition Booklet

A booklet with information and activities for students who are making the transition from Y11 to 16+ - subject specific to Media Studies. Includes a personalised learning checklist for the new A Level Media Studies course by OCR 2017.
Back to School and TransitionQuick View

Back to School and Transition

A 43 page Power Point presentation to use with your new class at the start of the new school year or on transition day. Slides include: Would You Rather questions Find A Friend game Conversation Starters Thoughts on new school year School Tweets activity If you like this, you might also be interested in Back to School for KS1 and KS2 If you use and like this resource, I'd be very grateful if you left a review. To be kept informed on any new resources I publish please click Taylor's Teaching Timesaversand follow me.
Transition bookletQuick View

Transition booklet

Booklet for when you meet your new class. Space to write and draw. It's on four pages, but photocopy double sided! Could give just one page to lower ability, depending on how much time you have when you first meet them :)
Transition Booklet KS1 KS2 ( SEN, Autism, social story )Quick View

Transition Booklet KS1 KS2 ( SEN, Autism, social story )

For most pupils, transition to a new Year group is an exciting time. For some, however, it can be worrying and unsettling. This booklet is created to be used in KS1 and KS2. Teachers and teaching assistants work on completing the booklet together with their pupils, once completed - the book can be used as a Transition Social Story. The document is in .pdf format and not editable. 23 pages included. Pages 1 - 6 Booklet Cover page (Year 1 - 6) Page 7 About Me page (name, age, space for a photo, likes/dislikes) Page 8 Introduction to transition Page 9 New teacher's name and space for a photo/ drawing Page 10 A note from new teacher (to be completed by the teacher) Pages 11 - 13 Introducing the staff (space for photos and notes to be completed by the Year Group staff) Page 14 For photos/ drawings of a new classroom Page 15 New Classroom scavenger hunt activity Pages 16 - 18 For photos/ drawings of the areas in the new year group (playground, toilets, lunch trolley, etc.) Page 19 Things that will stay the same in the new year group (to be completed with the pupil) Page 20 Things that will be different in the new year group (to be completed with the pupil) Page 21 Blank page Page 22 Closing page Page 23 Credits page
NEW OCR A Level Chemistry - Transition ElementsQuick View

NEW OCR A Level Chemistry - Transition Elements

Unit of work, including PowerPoint lesson plans and student notes to print. Follows the New OCR A Level Chemistry [A] Specification, could be adapted to other exam boards Lessons follow the Oxford A Level Chemistry for OCR Textbook
Transition Metal ComplexesQuick View

Transition Metal Complexes

Year 13 lesson on Transition Metal complexes (based on AQA syllabus). PowerPoint and worksheet included. Print out last 3 slides to hand out examples of TM complexes to students. LOs: To define key terms in relation to complex ion formation. To describe how the size of ligands affects the shape of complex ions. To explain how ligand charge determines the charge on a complex ion. 1. Do Now: Recap on transition metals 2. Student Activity: Think, pair, share - what does TM complex diagram show? 3. Student Activity: Students come to their own definitions of 'ligand' and 'coordination number' 4. Exposition: Monodentate, bidentate, tridentate terms introduced 5. Mini-plenary: Checkpoint activity asking for ligand, coordination number and shape for 3 new complexes 6. Student Activity: Students draw out bidentate ligand and answer questions 7. Exposition: Introduce and discuss various multi dentate ligands, perhaps introducing the term 'chelate' 8. Exposition: Explaining shapes of complexes with regard to the size of a ligand 9. Exposition: How to calculate total charges on complex ions 10. Independent Task: Students complete worksheet on TM complexes 11. Plenary: Recap of all new terms learnt, using 3 new TM complexes 12. Extension Task: Drawing TM complexes For more resources check out my shop: If you liked this resource, please write a review! :)
Transition - Ice BreakersQuick View

Transition - Ice Breakers

This resource is a great addition to tutor time, 'dropdown' days or any lesson! This is the perfect addition to any classroom, especially at the beginning of the school year! This is a FULLY INTERACTIVE presentation with animation and MUSIC. The PPT consists of over 30 Slides with 12 Icebreaker scenarios and three of our fun count down timers. Use the Ice Breaker Selector Wheel on slide 2 to select one of the 12 Ice breaker questions within this presentation. Click on a coloured segment of the selector to start it spinning and the hand to stop it. You can then click on the selected emoji to take you to the relevant activity. If you wish to be taken back to the Icebreaker Selector, there is a signpost on each page. You have the option of selecting either one of the 5, 10 or 15 minute timers for each activity. The time you allocate for each of these scenarios is completely up to you. It can be a quick simple discussion at the start of the lesson, or formulate the body of your lesson. We always love to use the think, pair, share method. This can take 15 to 20 minutes for each question posed. The timers included are: 5 Minutes: Hand Timer 10 Minutes: Ultimate Bubble Timer 15 Minutes: Balloon Timer We would love your feedback on this resource! If you like what you see, please follow us: Facebook: TES:
Transition booklet and social story SENQuick View

Transition booklet and social story SEN

Download includes three documents. 1. Transition booklet: designed to be conducted with the student with support. It introduces the student, who their teachers will be and what will be the same and different in the upcoming year. (spaces to insert pictures or for the child to draw themselves and their new teacher) I'd suggest that they are done in school to gain context but be taken home to support students over the holidays. 2. Same and different pictures: a page of pictures which students can sort into same and different for the upcoming year. Would be great as a class circle time to explain to the students and for them to ask questions to ease anxiety. They can also be used as a cut and stick exercise for page three of the transition booklet. (e.g. friends, classroom, teacher, lunch time, play time, learning, playground etc) 3. Back to school social story: A social story to ease the transition from the holidays to school in September.