Fun pictures to help get kids writing. My students in the past responded well to these pictures (i.e. giraffes waterskiing, iceclimbers, etc). They can be used in a variety of assignments and are in an easy to edit PowerPoint format.
A small display pack designed to give writers ideas for story sentence starters or openers. Each A5 sheet has a type of sentence and an example (or two) of the sentence. Each sentence has a picture to accompany it. Sentence types include where, when or who the action is related to, short sentences, alliteration, drop in clause, 3 actions etc.
I find pupils struggle to write self assessment and peer assessment comments, this resource is designed to help start pupils off
The concept is you print out and laminate the sentence starters and punch a hole in each one and beind them together via a split keyring holder.
The yellow cards are all ways to start self assessment comments
The blue cards are all ways to start peer assessment comments
The purple cards are aspects of the design the pupil can comment on
Use a dice to roll a starter activity. The Grid is 6 by 6. Students roll their dice twice to count up and then along. They then carry out the task they have landed on. The grid has been adapted from @Tombrush1982's Roll a Plenary.
Read full toolkit post here- http://cheneyagilitytoolkit.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/roll-sentence.html
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