This diary template is a perfect behaviour management tool for individual pupils. Use as a daily diary entry alongside the ‘zones of regulation’ to help pupils talk about their feelings. Pupils can write or adults can make notes after a conversation with the pupil - depending on their needs.
I have stuck these into a ‘diary’ so that the pupil can look back over each day. Recording daily has also enabled me to track and monitor triggers and pattens in behaviour.
A Power Point presentation discussing many aspects of the Stone age. Power Point uses CIP widgit symbols to support SEN learners. It provides a general overview of the Stone age period, simple to understand but includes useful information and facts.
Power point includes -
-General /basic information about the period
-Stone age people - what did they look like? Where did they live?
Stone age food
Stone Age clothing
Some links to videos
Stone Age beliefs
A power point to teach about random acts of kindness day. Has simple examples of what is being kind.
Power point also includes a story at the end ‘Have you filled your bucket today?’ a story to reinforce kindness.
This presentation has been written using Inprint3 (widgit symbols) and also includes links to videos and songs.
This lesson includes a warm up (part part whole), whole class activity and plenary.
This resource is perfect for a year 3 class. I have included chilli challenges to support every learner so they can differentiate appropriately.
A Powerpoint presentation explaining how to use different types of conjunctions to extend sentences. The Powerpoint includes a chilli challenge to support differentiation within the lesson. I have also included the activity sheet (sentences to extend using learnt conjunctions).
A Power Point presentation which explores strange and terrible facts about the Tudors. A range of different areas are covered including medicine, hygiene, food and laws. The presentation includes CIP symbols and lots of links to videos.