<p>A powerpoint of the Easter story for younger children. Extra bit to encourage children to think about our symbols for Easter (hot cross buns, eggs, baby animals). Would be useful for an assembly.</p>
- Class tracker: colour coded easily see where your class are, which areas are stronger/weaker
- DM planning tool: easily cut and paste into planning
- End of year assessment: my version of profile. Use to hand up to Y1 teacher and as basis for end of year report to parents.
- Parent support: self-explanatory
- Progress conversations: a talking point for PM, Headteacher, Ofsted…
- Termly records: Identifies children’s learning and next steps - feed into planning, shows individual progress, great for sharing with parents
<p>Board game. Roll a dice, move that number of squares and make the time it says on a clock face. 4 game boards - written o’clock, written o’clock and half past, digital o’clock, digital o’clock and half past.</p>
It's always nice to give your students something Christmassy to work towards as it gets closer. I've updated this resource due to it's popularity. This 10 page booklet can be printed in colour or black and white. Students can work through the different activities suggested in one go or once a week. I've used these resources with different ages but it would work best for lower secondary or primary school. The resources tell the Christmas story, look into traditions today and explore how Christmas was celebrated in the Tudor and Medieval period. The additional Powerpoint may also be used for other activites. Comments are appreciated. Images acquired through a search engine filtered to "labelled for reuse".