A5 pdf including clear photos of things in a child’s day plus bold captions in Sassoon Infant font. Could be used for discussion, sequencing or display. 2 photos of brushing teeth as it happens twice a day.
These cards are intended to reinforce some basic reflexive verbs used when describing daily routines combed with times. They are differentiated by listing verbs in the first, second and third person with suitably matched pictures. When printed on card and/or laminated and then cut up, they can be used for a number of activities/games, such as: • Matching up the pictures and phrases to demonstrate comprehension. • Snap (matching pictures and phrases to win the pair if they say the phrase correctly).
Alternate design A4 KeyWord Mat suitable for Key Stage 1 and lower ability pupils. Now with washed out background, clear font, different coloured headings for vowels/consonants. Just print off and laminate
A simple scheme for behaviour management in the young. The rewards scheme pdf should be printed out on both sides of paper (possibly laminated). I have used this with the smiley stickers that are available cheaply from places like Wilkinson’s: small ones for the regular stickers, large or glittery ones for the ‘Super Stickers’. The certificates are given when the child has gained 5,10, 15 and 20 ‘Super Stickers’
A timetable of 32 Widgit(T) word and symbol cards that together create a visual timetable for use in the classroom. When printed, symbols measure approximately 7 x 6cm.
The symbols included are: Maths - English - Science - Phonics - D.T. - French - Music - P.E. - Art - Spelling - Handwriting - Geography - History - R.E. - Computing - PSHE - Topic - Assembly - Registration - Playtime - Lunch - Club - Hometime - Golden Time - Story - Circle Time - Guided Reading - Swimming - Surprise - Rehearsal - Snack - Choosing
Sold under licence from Widgit(T). Widgit Symbols (C) Widgit Software 2002 - 2015 www.widgit.com
This resource is a must for any teachers, teaching assistants or those working with special educational needs children. PECS is a form of communication for those that are autistic, mute or choose not to speak. This resource informs about how to use PECS and the importance of it.
Ideal for all schools to use as it is a system that can transition with the children into adulthood so that they can verbally communicate with the world.
This unit of work is several weeks for your TA to deliver for a small group of pupils. I have written it for children who need to develop friendships and friendship skills. I hope you find it useful. A TA can pick this up with no explanation or support and should be able to deliver with just an hour or so to familiarise herself, print resources etc. I have also made a game in case your school doesn't have friendship type games. Enjoy your weekend. I hope it saved you some time and energy and that your children learn some friendship and social skills.
Thank you for buying from me. I would appreciate a friendly review as I have kept the cost down, please bear in mind the amount of work when you leave my review.
All pictures are from Dreamstime Phil17, copyrightfreephotos.com where no naming is required but came from sunmaster or from clipart and are all copyright free.