Freshen up your display boards for the new academic year with these top resources
Even though you’re in the midst of preparing your current class for their move up to Reception or Year 1, your thoughts are probably already turning to the daunting task of getting ready for the next academic year.
To help lighten the load, we’ve picked out six of the top display packs, ready to print out, laminate and stick up. With everything from popular autumn term topics to key literacy and numeracy skills, we’ve got you covered.
Old and new toys photo pack, with 71 reviews
What is it? Suited to an interactive sorting display, these colourful posters of toys from the past and present day are sure to get young learners excited about this enjoyable topic.
Users say… Excellent. Really lovely pictures. I used them for discussion and descriptions. They look great as a display. Love the border. Thanks. (kitk8)
Birthday board display, with 42 reviews
What is it? Create a fun birthday display using this vibrant pack, complete with cakes and candles, bunting and lettering.
Users say… Brilliant. Well-constructed. Thank you for sharing, very visual children will like this board. (cuttsy)
Autumn-themed pictures and keywords, with 34 reviews
What is it? Print out and laminate these seasonal pictures and easy-to-read keywords to kick-start learning about the natural changes that take place in autumn.
Users say… Thank you. Have just found this and it's great. Thanks for sharing, lovely resource for harvest time in pre-school. (chambles)
Ourselves topic display pack, with 27 reviews
What is it? Including lettering, labelled bodies and blank face shapes, this comprehensive display pack contains everything you need to create a student-led display about your class.
Users say… Thanks for sharing these resources, will save me some time preparing for next term! (patriciahaynes)
0 – 10 counting cards, with 8 reviews
What is it? Encourage number recognition and counting practice with these handy counting cards, which show numbers in numerical form, on fingers and in a grid.
Users say… This is a great resource and will really help my kids who are still struggling with their numbers. Thanks. (catescott)
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This post was originally published on 29 June 2016, and was refreshed on 28 June 2017.