Here are some game I made for a whole class phonics session. Since the children were all at different levels, we looked at the sound we all know in different ways such as alien words or speed reading
No laminating needed!
Either print one per group or pair or display on the board and let the children play with the interactive board pen :)
Over 140 ‘would you rather’ questions to discuss with your class during circle times or spare moments! Can be used to create a display (I have mine on the window for children and parents to debate while they waited but can also fold them up and have them in a basket!
In this download is a file containing 37 slides that can be duplicated and rearranged to create a teaching presentation! I often (I mean, ALWAYS) use these to keep myself organised and on track during the day.
The slides include:
2 slides containing video timers and icons to use in the Powerpoint.
A selection of 8 morning slides
A selection of 5 lesson slides (in blue, green and purple)
7 content slide to add videos, text or images for whole class teaching
2 Transition slide for break/ lunch and end of day!
This presentation was created in response to my Instagram and there’s a video showing how I made it on my Youtube Channel (@oshierusensei) if you need and tips and tricks!
Hope this is useful!!
I’m rolling out all the hits today!
My Timetable Cards… but editable!!
I realised that my cards were a bit… limited considering that I made them for my classroom so here are an editable version so you can add all the little bits that are unique to your classroom.
Include in this download are a range of icons including those used in my original timetable card download as well as some others that may be useful to you. Basically, if it looked vaguely like I could use it in a timetable, I included it.
Another print on card, laminate and cut resource, this can be ready for your classroom in no time!
This is a phonics review game, that can be used to practice the phonetic sounds or even just for students to practice in a fun way.
This resources has 42 circular tiles with a letter or CVC word on them as well as 6 KABOOM tiles. There are also blank tiles for you to create your own tiles depending on which stage you’re working on.
The Sassoon font is embedded into the PowerPoint for you to use to create your tiles with a font that is key to letter recognition and formation .
Here’s my Back to School Freebie ’ My Exciting Summer’.
This is a simple writing activity that can be used from EYFS up to Year Six for students to either write about their summer or engage in some creative writing and create their own exciting summer.
It’s been differentiated on 4 levels
Just a drawing space for EYFS or Y1 (LA)
A drawing and blank writing space for EYFS or Y1 (LA) - pictured
A drawing space and a small lined writing space for EYFS (MA) and Y1 (LA)
A drawing space and a larger lined writing space for EYFS (MA) and Y1
A half page drawing space and a half space writing space for EYFS (HA) and Years 1 (MA) - pictured
Of course, this is just a rough guideline and these templates can be used across the Primary Key Stages
A freebie for everyone! A lovely poster for you to decorate your classroom.
It’s editable for you to change the colour of the children to match your schools uniform and personalise it a little. The fonts are embedded but are NOT editable.
For use in both EYFS and Key Stages 1 and 2, here’s my lesson planning template shown on my Instagram.
This lesson plan template is what I used when planning my interview lessons or one off activities. The lesson planning templates is ideal for writing in detail about lessons where you are not familiar with the class allowing you to keep a detail record of the resources you will need.
The template has the following sections:
Main Activity (Continuous Provision for EYFS)
TA Support Notes
This download includes both a PDF version for writing on directly or an editable version for typing onto. Please note the fonts are embedded but titles are not yet editable.
I wanted to some certificates that did more than reward children for good work or good behaviour and the “of the week” certificates were born!
These certificates rewards values such as teamwork and friendliness as well as other learning qualities such as creativity, mathematical thinking and exploration. Each certificate have a quote relating to the award at the bottom of the page
Certificates included in this resource:
I am using these in my classroom alongside Wholehearted School Counselling’s “I am an … when” resource to let children know what it means to have these qualities and will be giving them out during our weekly Friday afternoons to take home.
To use this resource, simply print either full size or 2 to a page (depending on your preference), add the child’s name and comment, sign underneath the ‘Keep up the good work’ caption and hand out!
The fonts SHOULD be embedded but if they aren’t the headings are KG Blank Space and the main text is KG First Time in Forever
Here are my job application forms to match my classroom jobs!
These application forms include the skills required, the salary in Dojo Points and space for children to write why they think they’re good for the job but are editable for you to add your own description of the job.
Jobs included in this resource:
I am using these in my classroom to emphasise the importance of the jobs and their role in the classroom as well as get the children excited about the chance to be a part of the class!
To use this resource, simply click in the black box and start typing! I recommend saving the finished document as a PDF file and then printing them all 2 to a page. Keep these as originals and then you can photocopy as many as you need.
I’m also introducing the jobs to my class first and making these forms available for the children to fill in and hand in whenever they want!
[EDITED] Changed ‘Miss Lewis’ to a general ‘my teacher’! Apologies! forgot to amend that! Please redownload if you’ve got it!
A simple worry web to aid children in communicating their worries and needs to you.
Thank you for stopping by!! I made this product as a way to monitor the behaviour in my classroom and I’ll be using it in September with wooden pegs that the children decorate! There are different variations of the last card as the original was quite specific to my classroom so make sure you select the page you want before printing!
Features of this product:
Clear Font for visibility in the classroom
Hole Punch spaces outlined
Easy to assemble
Low colour to save ink
Please read the note included for more details and assembly tips.