2015 Recount Unit Plan Year 1 2 weeks worth of planning<br />
new curriculum<br />
Plan has school logo on which I have permission to use and may reference outside resources or resources I plan to make.<br />
Plans may make reference to free websites to enhance the lesson.<br />
I don't include a mock up woodcutters diary as noted on the review as I make a different one up each year to suit the needs of the children in my class. Adapting the vocabulary and language to suit and challenge their varying abilities. Since these are year 1 plans to make up a woodcutters diary that is suitable wouldn't take very long as all the arduous planning is done.
I have permission to use any clip art used on the plan.<br />
Any blank spaces are for websites I have had to remove due to T&C's.<br />
2014 curriculum<br />
1 weeks worth of comprehensive planning.<br />
This plan will also be in the Spring 2nd maths plan pack of planning.
This is a letter that I wrote from Oliver to my class asking for their help, he wants them to write a shopping list of all the vegetables he ate as he needs to buy seeds.\nI did it as a speaking and listening activity, leading to the more able chn writing a shopping list and then leaving shopping list templates around for them to use in role play. Enjoy!
100 Book Projects and Activities you can have your students do to accompany the books they have read and to foster a love of reading. A list of ideas to get you started on having a fun year sharing about fiction and nonfiction books.
6th Grade ELA Common Core Posters- Emoji Print. Includes an individual poster for each standard as well as strand headings.
It is so important for students to see, read and become familiar with the standards they are learning. I display the standard we are working on each day on my white board. I print out all of the standards at the beginning of the year (and laminate them!). I then sort them by strand and hole punch each one. I put them on book rings so that I can easily post them on my board on a magnetic hook
I created these resources to add to my 'Star Writer' display board. One is a prompt telling children that the next Star Writer could be them and the other asks children if they can earn a pen license. Also on this display, I have two gold frames which I put the work of the Star Writers in. I also hang a plastic wallet full of pen licenses on this display so that the children can see them. This helps to bring handwriting to the forefront of their minds.
Connectives display posters, which I find incredibly useful for all year groups, especially during DIRT activities (I get the pupils to 'upgrade' their connectives). Common spelling error display also included in this pack. The third resource is a literacy map which I laminate and leave on the student's desks and I refer to this when we discuss writing up paragraphs etc.