At the doctor´s role play. This resource pack will save you hours of your own time.This resource includes flashcards. There are many signs, posters, exercises, illustrated posters and many more resources to help you create a quality role play area.
This resource pack will be most relevant to teachers, trainee teachers and home educators.
A 4-minute whiteboard timer. Can the children tidy up / finish the work before the Christmas tree is decorated and the snow falls? Please note that you may need to download the sound file from Microsoft clipart if it’s not already on your computer (it’s the ‘Oh Christmas Tree’ song - sound clip MSj04379000000) or add your own preferred sound to show that time is up.
A powerpoint based timer to encourage tidying up or finishing an activity within a two minute (approx!) time. Can the children tidy up / finish before the 20 butterflies fly in and land on the flowers?
All About Me Activity
Choose a doll that looks like you and dress it up by cutting and sticking its clothes on.
A fantastic way to get children talking about themselves!
Multicultural children, 10 girls and 8 boys, various hair colours and lengths.
The clothes include:
10 Pairs of Shoes
4 Pairs of trousers
A super fun and engaging activity!
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Introduction of the Rio Olympics
The venue and infrastructure of the Rio Olympics
Rio Olympics pack
Map of the venue
Football venues and stadiums to be used
The Games- Opening ceremony
Sports and new sports involve in games
Participating National Olympic Committees
Official mascot and logo
This resource is for Upper KS1 and KS2. It consists of a wordbank with words related to bullying and worksheets for the children to discuss with each other or as a class and then write their own feelings and opinions on bullying. They also have to design an antibullying poster.
I have also included a powerpoint presentation for classroom use during Talking and Listening time.
Getting To Know Your New Class should be an amazing and rewarding experience. Using these resources you can have that experience. Moreover, this Game is suitable for all ages and abilities, and will enable your students to get to know something about their classmates and things about themselves very quickly in a fun, focussed and friendly manner.
Let’s share some views from people who have successfully used this ice-breaker game.
The comments on the next page come from current Teachers, Teaching Assistants, SEND co-ordinators, heads of house, inclusion managers and Form Group Tutors.
Great way to get people new to others doing things
Develops individuals in terms of what they can and will do and what they could try
Builds up a strong sense of belonging
Encourages differences and similarities to recognised and valued
Hugely improves efforts at inclusion
Encourages initiative and social confidence
Develops buoyancy – students recovering from any set-backs as part of the exercise (e.g. they mess up, reflect, learn from it and move on...)
Showcases skills already in existence
Draws out skills often hidden for too long in class
Energizer, gets us buzzing as a group
Great stimulant as students work at their own pace
Can help recharge our batteries
Encourages participants to think and reflect and physically do things
Assists massively in breaking down barriers
Gives a big boost to developing important learning skills
Used in whole classes for fifteen minutes this gives a fantastic array of examples, clues and hints as to the characters of each individual in the group
Helps participants learn some things about themselves
Helps participants learn some things about others
Helps you learn about the participants (you can be a player as well on some occasions)
Makes it easy to develop class rules of fairness and cooperation
Build s a sense of purpose
Creates a sense of community and togetherness
Getting To Know Your New Class Is Probably The Best Find Someone Ice Breaker Board Game In the World
Brilliant way to break the ice...