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Welcome to Goodeyedeers - the home of quality resources for primary teachers. Visit us and check out some great ideas. I'm Mike Jackson, a former primary headteacher. I've teamed up with a fellow retiree David Horner who was a freelance children's poet delivering poetry workshops to children and teachers in schools across this country and abroad. Between us, we bring an extensive wealth of knowledge and experience to the task of creating quality resources.

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Welcome to Goodeyedeers - the home of quality resources for primary teachers. Visit us and check out some great ideas. I'm Mike Jackson, a former primary headteacher. I've teamed up with a fellow retiree David Horner who was a freelance children's poet delivering poetry workshops to children and teachers in schools across this country and abroad. Between us, we bring an extensive wealth of knowledge and experience to the task of creating quality resources.
Christmas Colouring Pages and Writing Pages
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Christmas Colouring Pages and Writing Pages

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This resources contains 10 detailed Christmas scenes for your children to colour. Also included are 15 writing papers: 5 are lined pages with Christmas border 5 are half and half pages with Christmas border 5 are blank pages with Christmas border We hope you enjoy this resource and we would love some feedback. For more great ideas to use in the classroom visit the Goodeyedeers Blog and visit us on Pinterest and Twitter.
Supply Teacher's Writing Resources Pack
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Supply Teacher's Writing Resources Pack

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A boon for all supply teachers. This pack gives you five complete writing lessons at your fingertips. Suitable for KS2 classes and lower KS3. The pack includes 5 complete PowerPoint writing lessons with additional teachers’ notes and resources: Tongue Twisters to Tickle the Tonsils - this complete PowerPoint lesson is designed to show the children how to deconstruct some common tongue twisters and create new ones of their own. Jabberwocky - Making Sense of Nonsense - this complete PowerPoint lesson takes the children through the first verse of Jabberwocky and gives them a strategy for turning this nonsense poem into one that makes sense - almost! Writing Kennings - a complete PowerPoint lesson. After watching an animated reading of a poem called ‘Kennings for Kevin’ the children are shown how to write their own kennings couplets. Re-writing Classic Poetry - this complete PowerPoint lesson shows the children how, armed with a pair of dice, they can re-write clasic poetry giving it a modern, if somewhat curious, slant. How To Write Homophone Riddles - in this complete PowerPoint lesson the children are introduced to the creature called Korb from the distant planet of SPaG. He shows them how to write teasing riddles using pairs of homophone words. We hope you enjoy this resource and we would love some feedback. For more great ideas to use in the classroom visit the Goodeyedeers Blog and visit us on Pinterest and Twitter.
Mandalas and Quotes Colouring Pages, Posters
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Mandalas and Quotes Colouring Pages, Posters

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These 10 posters each contain a mandala to color and a growth mindset quote. They come in three sizes: Small - approx. 3.5 x 5 inches Medium - approx. 5 x 7 inches Large - approx. 7 x 10 inches Adult colouring is very popular right now and you might enjoy colouring one yourself or with the children. They enjoy it when you sit down with them and colour and talk. Benefits for children: Relaxing Develops fine motor skills Discussions about patterns and colours Benefits for the Teacher: No preparation, just print and go! Great for early finishers. Wonderful incentives for children who love to color. Colour with your children and connect and bond with them as they chat and colour.
Kindness Colouring Pages, Kindness Posters
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Kindness Colouring Pages, Kindness Posters

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These 20 fun, kindness posters are perfect for calming colouring and have quotes that will inspire kindness. Adult colouring is very popular right now and you might enjoy colouring one yourself or with the children. They enjoy it when you sit down with them and colour and talk. Benefits for children: Relaxing Develops fine motor skills Discussions about patterns and colours Benefits for the Teacher: No preparation, just print and go! Great for early finishers and wet playtimes. Wonderful incentives for children who love to colour. Colour with your children and connect and bond with them as they chat and colour. All the money raised from the sale of our resources goes to a UK children’s charity called MedEquip4Kids
Christmas Gnomes Bookmarks
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Christmas Gnomes Bookmarks

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A set of fun Christmas bookmarks featuring our very own unique Christmas gnomes. 18 Bookmarks in all. One set is in back and white for your children to colour. The other set is already coloured for your children to use straight away. All the money raised from the sale of our resources goes to a UK children’s charity called MedEquip4Kids Created by Goodeyedeers © 2020
Halloween Gnomes Bookmarks
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Halloween Gnomes Bookmarks

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A set of fun Halloween bookmarks. One set is in back and white for your children to colour. The other set is already coloured for your children to use straight away. All the money raised from the sale of our resources goes to a UK children’s charity called MedEquip4Kids Created by Goodeyedeers © 2020
Editable Halloween Banners
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Editable Halloween Banners

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Brighten up your classroom with this editable Halloween banner set. This pack includes eight different EDITABLE banner templates in three different sizes. Pre-made banners are NOT included. To customize your banner, simply insert a text box and type. Each template size measures: Small - approx. 3.5 x 5 inches Medium - approx. 5 x 7 inches Large - approx. 7 x 10 inches Please note the editable templates in this product require the use of PowerPoint or Keynote to be edited properly. Where To Find Us? Our blog is the place for lots of free writing ideas and resources. On Twitter @goodeyedeers On Pinterest - Goodeyedeers
Mandala Patterns to Colour
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Mandala Patterns to Colour

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40 separate colouring sheets in all (two PDF files). Some more intricate than others. Use these for early finishers, indoor play and more! Adult colouring is very popular right now and you might enjoy coloring one yourself either before your students or with them. Kids LOVE when you sit down with them and color and talk. Benefits for children: • Relaxing • Develops fine motor skills • Discussions about patterns and colors Benefits for the Teacher • No Prep-print, copy and go! • Great for early finishers. • Wonderful incentives for children who love to colour them. • Colour with your children and connect and bond with them as they talk and colour. The Goodeyedeers Blog Our blog is the place for lots of free writing ideas and resources. Where To Find Us? On Twitter @goodeyedeers On Pinterest - Goodeyedeers
Growth Mindset Banners to Colour
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Growth Mindset Banners to Colour

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Growth Mindset Colouring Banner. These 30 black and white, growth mindset banner pennants are fun and need no-prep. Set 1 and set 2 have different shaped pennants and different growth mindset quotes, giving a total of 30 growth mindset quotes in all. You can mix and match between the two sets. Laminate and staple to a ribbon to display in your classroom, on a display board or in the corridor. A great back to school activity.
60 Daily Literacy Challenges
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60 Daily Literacy Challenges

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This resource contains 12 weeks’ worth of daily challenges (60 in all). The PowerPoint has the slides in random order and they are designed to be used independently by individuals or groups. It includes: Dictionary Quest - 10 challenges where the children need to use a dictionary. Thinking Skills - 10 challenges where the children can let their imagination go wild! Words Within Words - 10 challenges where the children have a collection of numbered letter tiles with which to make as many words as they can and solve the word the jumbled tiles make. Picture Prompt - 10 challenges using unusual pictures to get the children writing. Five Sentence Stories - 10 challenges here the children have to write a five sentence story but with specific constraints put on each sentence. Word Hunt - 10 challenges where the children are presented with a 3x3 grid containing nine letters. They have to create as many words as they can from those letters and find the nine letter animal. The Goodeyedeers Blog Our blog is the place for lots of free writing ideas and resources. Where To Find Us? On Twitter @goodeyedeers On Pinterest - Goodeyedeers Feedback and Information To be kept updated on future products, updates and sales don’t forget to follow the Goodeyedeers Shop. If you have any queries about this product then contact us and we will get back to you. If you and your children enjoy this product then we would love it if you could leave us a review. Many thanks. All the money raised from the sale of our resources goes to a UK children’s charity called MedEquip4Kids Copyright Information Created by Goodeyedeers © 2020 Single classroom user license. Please do not share or place on the Internet.
Playing With Poetry - Writing Diamante Poems
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Playing With Poetry - Writing Diamante Poems

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In this PowerPoint lesson, the children are shown how to create their own diamante poems making use of compound nouns. A diamante is an unrhymed seven-line poem. The beginning and ending lines are the shortest, while the lines in the middle are longer, giving diamante poems a diamond shape. ‘Diamante’ is the Italian word for diamond. It was created by an American poet named Iris McClellan Tiedt in 1969. In this lesson, we adapt the more traditional format of the poem to give the children practise in using compound nouns, verbs adjectives and adverbs. The teachers’ notes that go with this resource have more background information about the diamante poetic form; information on how the PowerPoint lesson is set out and a grid (with instructions) for the children to use when creating their diamante poems. If you enjoy this resource from Goodeyedeers then please tell your colleagues and maybe leave us a review. Many thanks. Other Poetry PowerPoint Lessons Synonyms and Haiku Jabberwocky - Making sense of nonsense Tongue Twisters - How to Create Your Own Tonsil Tickling Tongue Twisters The Goodeyedeers Blog Our blog is the place for lots of free writing ideas and resources. Where To Find Us? On Twitter @goodeyedeers On Pinterest - Goodeyedeers All the money raised from the sale of our resources goes to a UK children’s charity called MedEquip4Kids Important Technical Information: Always unzip and save the files before opening the PowerPoint or printing the PDF pages. Created by Goodeyedeers © 2020 Single classroom user license. Please do not share or place on the Internet.
Valentine's Day Haiku
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Valentine's Day Haiku

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In this lesson the children will learn what a haiku poem is and how to count syllables. They will then work together to complete some Valentine’s Day haiku before going off and writing some of their own. If you enjoy this resource please tell your friends and colleagues about us. You might also like to look at our other Valentine’s Day resources: Valentine’s Day Quiz Five Valentine’s Day Writing Ideas
Five Valentine's Day Writing Ideas
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Five Valentine's Day Writing Ideas

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Your children are going to love these five Valentine’s Day writing ideas. Each one contains activities that will have all your children writing. They include: Valentine’s Day Cinquain Poems Valentine’s Day Acrostic Countdown to Valentine’s Day A secret Valentine’s Day poem An ‘If only…’ Valentine’s Day poem If you enjoy this resource please tell your friends and colleagues about us. You might also like to check out our other Valentine’s Day resources: Valentine’s Day Haiku Valentine’s Day Quiz
Valentine's Day Quiz
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Valentine's Day Quiz

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What do you know about Valentine’s Day? Try our exciting Valentine’s Day Quiz to discover why the heart is a symbol of love or what people in Japan do on Valentine’s Day? If you enjoy this resource please tell your friends and colleagues and don’t forget to leave us a review. Our other Valentine’s Day resources are: Valentine’s Day Haiku 5 Valentine’s Day Writing Ideas
Word Meanings, Spelling and Haiku
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Word Meanings, Spelling and Haiku

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In this PowerPoint lesson the children discover how to create interesting haiku using the meanings of words from their word list or spelling list. This fun and engaging lesson will have your class using a dictionary to find the meanings of selected words; discover what a haiku is; explore how all the words we use contain syllables and then use this information to create their own haiku. The resource includes: A PowerPoint lesson that takes the children through the entire process. Teachers’ Notes including a worksheet to help the children write their haiku The resulting haiku poems the children create would make an excellent addition to a class word wall. If you find this resource useful please tell your friends and a review would be amazing. Many thanks. Mike and David from Goodeyedeers.
Vocabulary, Spelling and Haiku
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Vocabulary, Spelling and Haiku

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In this PowerPoint lesson the children discover how to create interesting haiku using the definitions of words from their word list or spelling list. This fun and engaging lesson will have your class using a dictionary to find definitions of selected words; discover what a haiku is; explore how all the words we use contain syllables and then use this information to create their own haiku. The resource includes: A PowerPoint lesson that takes the children through the entire process. Teachers’ Notes including a worksheet to help the children write their haiku The resulting haiku poems the children create would make an excellent addition to a class word wall. If you find this resource useful please tell your friends and a review would be amazing. Many thanks. Mike and David from Goodeyedeers.
Synonyms and Haiku
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Synonyms and Haiku

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In this PowerPoint lesson the children discover how to create interesting haiku using synonyms. This fun and engaging lesson will have your class using a thesaurus to find synonyms; discover what a haiku is; explore how all the words we use contain syllables and then use this information to create their own haiku. The resource includes: A PowerPoint lesson that takes the children through the entire process. Teachers’ Notes including a worksheet to help the children write their haiku The resulting haiku poems the children create would make an excellent addition to a class word wall. If you find this resource useful please tell your friends and a review would be amazing. Many thanks. Mike and David from Goodeyedeers.
Haiku In Your Classroom
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Haiku In Your Classroom

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Welcome to our Goodeyedeers e-book all about using haiku in your classroom. We want to share with you a number of fun ways that you can use haiku with your children to help them reinforce different literacy skills. We will begin by explaining where haiku poetry originates and how it is set out. Then we are going to explore a number of different and fun ways you can use haiku. These will include: Haiku and Word Definitions - from your chosen word list look up the definitions of the words in the dictionary and use these to write a haiku. Haiku and Word Meanings - children write haiku to show they understand the meaning of words from their word list. Haiku and Synonyms and Antonyms - use a thesaurus, then refine your word choices to fit the haiku form. Haiku and Semi-Colons - a chance to practise using semi-colons. Haiku and Dinosaurs - can you get a set of facts paraphrased into just 17 syllables? Haiku and Lists - any list at all – football teams, dinosaurs, weather, car makes, foods – so long as you can fit them into the haiku form. Haiku and Rhyming - this doesn’t usually happen with haiku - but it is fun to give it a try. Haiku and Alliteration - we start with some simple alliteration and finish by creating haiku tongue twisters.
The Christmas Story
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The Christmas Story

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In this PowerPoint the Christmas story is narrated by four cats who were there. They are: Oscar - Mary’s cat who was with her when the Angel Gabriel appeared. Mia - a cat who lived in the stable where Jesus was born. Cat - a wild cat who hangs out in the fields with the shepherds. Simba - a royal cat from the palace of King Herod. The children will enjoy listening to each one give an account of what they saw. All the money raised from the sale of this resource goes to MedEquip4Kids. This is a children’s charity raising money to provide paediatric medical equipment and facilities for hospitals and community health teams.
Advent Calendar Puzzles
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Advent Calendar Puzzles

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In this free resource there is a PowerPoint with an Advent Calendar made up of 25 snowmen. Behind each snowman is a puzzle for your children to explore. The puzzles include: word puzzles maths puzzles writing ideas geography recipes matchstick puzzles The resource also includes the answers both as a PowerPoint and as a PDF document.