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CAMPING THEMED REASONS TO READ POSTERS ND ACTIVITIES - READING RESOURCES DISPLAY

CAMPING THEMED REASONS TO READ POSTERS ND ACTIVITIES - READING RESOURCES DISPLAY

READING RESOURCES REASONS TO READ DISPLAY ON CD PLEASE NOTE BEFORE PURCHASE: You are buying these resources on CD for you to print, no pre-printed resources are included. CD’s are plain, in white sleeves, without a logo or box. Advertisement pictures show the resources on CD not a box. Files are in PDF or PPT to use in your PC. It is not an audio CD nor will it play in your DVD player. Hi-spec CD’s must be used in your computer black side down. Multiple items will be shipped on one CD unless you contact us immediately after payment- we cannot ship a second time. Copyright – all resources are copyright protected and must only be used by yourself. You cannot share, alter, copy or resell them. Need resources in a hurry? Let us know and we will send them to you electronically the same day. Please contact us before leaving feedback – we have excellent customer service and will resolve any concerns quickly. Resources included are as follows: A great set of resources ready to be printed and displayed. Excellent for use in a reading or literacy area within your classroom or around the school. 60 A4 posters each showing a reason to read. You can use some of them or all of them, depending on the size of your display. Reading log to complete for pupils as they read in class or otherwise. General reading associated tasks – such as drawing the book cover, writing a review, recount, setting, plot etc. Booklet cover for project work etc. Writing and drawing frames for pupils work, in A4 size. A4 FIRE patterned lettering A – Z so you can spell any title you want. Long banner to head wall display.
hayleyhill
School ICT Policy Writing

School ICT Policy Writing

The key to successful ICT integration is a great School ICT Policy. ICT coordinators and senior management can develop a policy that ensures progression in student ICT capability and monitor its performance over a period of time. All you need to know about pointing your school in the right direction towards ICT development.
ictesolutionsau
School Computer  LOGIN DETAILS Free resource

School Computer LOGIN DETAILS Free resource

This resource is for classrooms to provide login reminders for students. This is a PowerPoint resource and the words are editable. Just type in details, print, laminate, punch a hole in one end of each card and hang in classroom on a lanyard for easy access at computer time. Number of pages: 5 Format: PowerPoint (editable words) Size: 3.55Mb
TeachEzy
Shade fractions of Shapes Game (non-equivalent) - KS1/KS2  differentiated - Revision

Shade fractions of Shapes Game (non-equivalent) - KS1/KS2 differentiated - Revision

This is a super easy way to practice shading in fractions of shapes. Click sections of the shapes to colour them in. Clicking them multiple times will rotate through 4 diffierent colours. Take on the challenge! -Perfect for the Interactive Whiteboard or for individual use -Over a 160 unique, editable questions -5 levels of difficulty (self-differentiation) -Special macros to create replay-ability and randomise questions. *Note: You must enable macros on opening this PowerPoint file*
martinjgoulden
Keyboard Shortcut wall display

Keyboard Shortcut wall display

Common keyboard short cuts which are useful for students to know and good for displaying in a computer classroom. Bright and colourful and attracts attention when displayed on classroom walls.
01lojohnston
Computing Leader / Coordinator Folder

Computing Leader / Coordinator Folder

Essential files and documents for new IT leaders/ coordinators. The pack includes: acceptable use policy, e-safeguarding policy, computing policy, curriculum milestones and progression documents, children's computing record, staff audit, subject review/ action plan, glossary.
Paineltd
ICT log on cards

ICT log on cards

I made these cards to help my year 1 children to log on each time. Saved so much time and made the children more independent. I laminated them blank then wrote on the details with a permanent pen. At the end of the year I either passed them on to the next year group - if needed, or cleaned them with nail varnish remover and used again.
joymears