An essential resource for anyone teaching the SEAL topic - Good to be me. Within this set are vocabulary display cards, each set coloured to match the SEAL planning document. Vocabulary cards are approximately 24cm by 8cm
1x A4 Title Page
Foundation Stage (Red) x 12 Vocabulary Cards
Years 1 and 2 (Blue) x 8 Vocabulary Cards
Years 3 and 4 (Yellow) x 16 Vocabulary Cards
Years 5 and 6 (Green) x 16 Vocabulary Cards
A document containing activities designed to help involve the children’s parents and carers in the Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) theme ‘Good to be me’, which focuses on developing children's skills in three key areas: self-awareness, managing feelings and empathy. This is part of the SEAL: 'Improving behaviour, improving learning' materials.
Six weeks worth of lesson plans aiming to develop agility, balance and coordination. These lesson plans are aimed at the non PE specialist primary school teacher. Excellent for Multi-skill after school clubs.
PowerPoint presentation which details a simple instruction writing model - 'How to Clean Your Teeth' with a clear and concise layout.
Each slide is colourful and engaging and allows a teacher to explain the instruction genre.
Also included are sequencing, cut and stick flashcards.
Children may assemble the instructions as a paired activity cutting and pasting sequentially onto sugar paper. This task is ideal for reinforcement and will support less secure learners in an active way.
This can be used and easily adapted for other simple instruction models-
e.g. How to make a sandwich
These resources promote an active approach to writing instructions. They complement other resources within my shop - 'Writing Instructions- Introducing the Genre in an Active Manner' and Writing Instructions - 'How to Build a Snowman' which has additional literacy tasks included.
I have included several slides within the preview to allow teachers to peruse the resource more comprehensively. Hope your earners enjoy the lesson and tasks.
Many thanks for free use clip art provided by http://www.clipartlord.com
A literacy ‘health check’ booklet containing 25 questions, ideal for Y6-Y9 low or average ability range. The short assessment is intended as a brief, low pressure test (hence the ‘health check’ not a ‘test’) and comprises of simple fill-in-the-blanks questions on: capital letters; there, their and they’re; to and too; apostrophes and common spelling errors.
Included on the Power Point are all the answers to the test, as well as a starter and literacy plenary ideas. All resources are included at the back of the Power Point.
Attractive 21 page Power Point includes:
• Title page.
• Fun facts - true or false starter.
• Literacy objectives page.
• Prompt pages for the test.
• Full answers for each section.
• Reflective area for students to respond to on the back of the test.
• Discussion prompt.
• Creative literacy word search activity (provided at the back of the Power Point.)
• Links to a literacy ‘Block Buster’ online game and image.
• All resources, with instructions on how to create the booklet.
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3 x colouring books of beautiful colourable images specifically created to appeal to children in the EYFS.
Inspirational, cute, and with the just the right level of detail for EYFS children.
Over 60 images than can be used not just for colouring, but for a wide variety of purposes and learning including: enlarged mixed media art work, story telling inspiration, speaking and listening, continuing from the edge of the page, painting etc...
With this you will always have a wide selection of images to use every day to inspire your little learners' creativity :)
All images either released through creative commons CC 1.0 or owned by The Future Teacher Foundation.