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Poster Fragments

Poster Fragments

Slideas is a generic term for a set of slides which are most suitable for secondary or tertiary learners, and are useful as icebreakers, attention grabbers or mood changes - or just a bit of fun. The resources are free, and use basic powerpoint. This set of slides show fragments of posters that advertised some famous films - the audience has to guess the film. Useful as individual or team quiz, and an icebreaker.
Arnie57
*BUNDLE* 5 CHRISTMAS RESOURCES

*BUNDLE* 5 CHRISTMAS RESOURCES

5 GREAT SETS OF CHRISTMAS RESOURCES 2 SETS OF STORY RESOURCES TIMES TABLES RESOURCES TO USE THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE OF WINTER CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES AND CHRISTMAS POST OFFICE ROLE PLAY AND RESOURCES
hayleyhill
Color Activities/Tasks and Sorting into Color Groups,  Cut/Paste  - PreK/Kindergarten

Color Activities/Tasks and Sorting into Color Groups, Cut/Paste - PreK/Kindergarten

This product relates to activities based on color recognition and grouping colors that are the same. Aimed at: PreK/K and SEN groups. Ideal to use in a carousel system - each table has a dedicated activity and the children can move round once they have had a go at an activity. <strong>Content:</strong> Teachers Notes on activities Resources for suggested activities Clipart buttons in a variety of colors The eleven colors used are: red, brown, blue, orange, black, green, gray/grey, yellow, white, purple and pink. <strong>• Activity 1</strong> – You can direct the children to use any color media to fill in the color words and the bubbles – paint, crayons, felt tips, pencils. <strong>• Activity 2</strong> – Children join up the dashes and then color in. They can draw things that are usually that color, e.g. red strawberries, gray pencil, blue sky, yellow sun and so on. First elicit from the children the things that see that are usually that color. Some may say green grass. Also accept things they see in two colors such as black and white cat etc. <strong>• Activity 3</strong> – Use IT Paint Palette on computer to create a colorful picture or simply a rainbow. Extension: Ask the more able to list the colors they have used. </strong>• Activity 4 – Color sort.</strong> Children sort the buttons by color and glue them in the correct circles. I have included a variety of clipart buttons. You can mix a selection of buttons up for the children to sort. <strong>• Activity 5: Hands-on activity:</strong> Alternatively, put out a selection of real buttons for children sort into color groups onto the circles and they can say how they have grouped the buttons. I hope the little ones enjoy these activities. <strong>UK Version</strong> https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/colour-activities-paint-colour-words-trace-over-colour-sort-cut-paste-it-link-11881979?theme=1 You may be intersted in Class Visuals relating to colors: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/room-visuals-colors-for-display-what-colors-are-when-mixed-flashcards-colors-activity-worksheets-11341707 Thank you for visiting my store:-)
Ro_Milli0110
Colour Activities/Tasks and Sorting into Colour Groups, Cut/Paste, IT Link - EYFS/Reception/Yr1/SEN

Colour Activities/Tasks and Sorting into Colour Groups, Cut/Paste, IT Link - EYFS/Reception/Yr1/SEN

This product relates to activities based on colour recognition and grouping colours that are the same. Aimed at: EYFS/Reception/Year 1/SEN groups. Ideal to use in a carousel system - each table has a dedicated activity and the children can move round once they have had a go at an activity. <strong>Content:</strong> Teachers Notes on activities Resources for suggested activities Clipart buttons in a variety of colours The eleven colours used are: red, brown, blue, orange, black, green, grey, yellow, white, purple and pink. <strong>• Activity 1</strong> – You can direct the children to use any colour media to fill in the colour words and the bubbles – paint, crayons, felt tips, pencils. <strong>• Activity 2</strong> – Children join up the dashes and then colour in. They can draw things that are usually that colour, e.g. red strawberries, grey pencil, blue sky, yellow sun and so on. First elicit from the children the things that see that are usually that colour. Some may say green grass. Also accept things they see in two colours such as black and white cat etc. <strong>• Activity 3</strong> – Use IT Paint Palette on computer to create a colourful picture or simply a rainbow. Extension: Ask the more able to list the colours they have used. </strong>• Activity 4 – Colour sort.</strong> Children sort the buttons by colour and glue them in the correct circles. I have included a variety of clipart buttons. You can mix a selection of buttons up for the children to sort. <strong>• Activity 5: Hands-on activity:</strong> Alternatively, put out a selection of real buttons for children sort into colour groups onto the circles and they can say how they have grouped the buttons. I hope the little ones enjoy these activities. <strong>US Version</strong> https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/color-activities-paint-color-in-and-trace-over-color-sort-activities-it-link-prek-kindergarten-11881996 Thank you for visiting my shop:-) Link to Classroom Visual Displays UK https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/classroom-visual-colour-displays-mixing-colours-colour-flashcards-favourite-colour-activities-11341743
Ro_Milli0110
KS3 Dance Bundle - 48 Lessons of Dance!

KS3 Dance Bundle - 48 Lessons of Dance!

This bundle is for teachers of KS3 Dance. There are 8 SOL in total, each including 6 lesson delivery PowerPoints complete with resources. Please see individual resources for more information. :)
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