Transition effortlessly between holiday mode and the classroom with this back to school selection of getting to know you activities, reward schemes, target-setting worksheets and classroom organisation materials. We’ve created these printable templates to help you get organised and equipped for the next academic year.
This is a combined Class Jobs and Star Awards Interactive Display. It includes a rotating class job list that two children are assigned to at any one time. I have designed a range of star awards for all curricular areas, which are to be printed, cut out and laminated. Children's names are placed alongside the class jobs. The stars, when awarded, are placed next to the child&'s name. Included is a few pictures of this system in action. NOTE: Class jobs font size has been increased since these pictures were taken to maximise visability. *Font has been freely downloaded from dafont.com
A fantastic collection of 47 resources, perfect if you are new to Year One or are updating your classroom.
The resources have been created to meet the requirements of the new curriculum from 2014.
There are resources to support the transition from the EYFS to Year One, including a example transition timetable for the year, a 'passport' to Year One booklet and observation slips to help continue EYFS practice.
Improve communication with parents using the example newsletter and 'postcards from home' templates.
Get your classroom organised with area signs, group cards, peg and tray labels and 'tidy team' classroom job cards.
Develop good practice using the planning templates and blank challenge cards.
There are also resources to support guided reading and key English and Maths skills.
NEW CURRICULUM 2014 UPDATED VERSIONS:
Please look carefully at the file names to download the version you want.
'Ones&' instead of &';units' - one of the amended versions has no longer got letter abbreviations to avoid confusion, the other has only amended the units page - handy if you already have the resource and only want to change 1 page.
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I wanted a way to display all geometrical properties of 2D shapes in my class by using the correct symbols - after looking on the web and in books for ages, I had to give in and make my own! They look great on the wall, on a red paper background, and I have noticed students gravitating towards them more and more. I hope this is useful for others too.
I have added a bit more to the original display. I have created a villain - Sergeant Sabotage and written an explanantion. Some very clever TES membrs have suggested getting children to create comic strips about the superheroes (and themselves) saving the world from the evil enemies! Original display also on this link! Other topics covered: sentence structure and punctuation
A set of colourful posters with the different types of punctuation. You could arrange as the VCOP pyramid, have them as flashcards or just as a permanent fixture to remind children what punctuation is needed where! You can edit the text to suit the needs of your learners, add examples to it as well perhaps. Hope it’s useful :) xx
A4 pdf file with colour coded cards to assist story writing. Targeted areas are settings, objects, characters, title, beginnings, middle and endings. Sassoon infant font for most captions - titles have an assortment of word art to make them stand out.
A large collection of photographs displaying a variety of minibeasts. Each photograph has the name of the insect written underneath. These look fantastic if printed onto photo paper. The name can be cut off the bottom to use as a matching game.
This resource is a set of A4 posters that can be displayed in your classroom as a quick information display. One set of cards gives basic information about each planet including how long it takes to travel to each planet by space shuttle. The second set of cards shows the relative size of the planets when placed next to each other. These can be very good when used a question asking starter and plenary activity. Please leave a comment and rating if you find this resource helpful.
Goes from the dinosaurs through key periods of history to the present day. Use MS Word to adapt it.
I have added the Stone, Bronze, Iron and Middle Ages to the updated version. As well as the first public railway in 1825, England winning the World Cup in 1966 and the 2012 Olympics.