This resource pack has over 60 files. It has an excellent range of resources including writing templates and scaffolds, sequencing activities, bookmarks, a matching game, bingo and many literacy and early number activities and worksheets. There are also templates to create stick puppets to retell the story. It also includes a PowerPoint presentation of the story. There are plenty ofphotographs, borders, labels and titles that will enable you to create an instant, bright and informative display.
This resource is designed for Early Years and Key Stage 1 (5-7 year olds).
This resource pack will save you hours of your own time so don’t try to reinvent the wheel – we’ve done it for you!
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A picture of a plain dinosaur with a space for the child’s name to be place underneath. How I used this was - I typed each child’s name into the space and then printed off the dinosaur and laminated it. I created a display of the dinosaurs and everytime the children did something good, e.g. good work, good behaviour, nice sitting on the carpet, etc, they were awarded one spot to go on their dinosaur. (you can get little spotty stickers for very cheap from the stationary box)
Adapted from an idea in Bill Rogers Classroom Behaviour book. It’ll all make sense when you download it, but i’ve done each bit on a different page and then you glue/sellotape them in a square and put the circle in the middle and then attach the arrow with a split pin/blue tack. I’ve put what it should look like on the last page. I’ve found it v. good with KS1 in particular.