A sign to go in a voting station where children can choose the next class book to be read to them.
There are 2 versions included in this white background/coloured background. Each page of the fan has a different coloured emotion monster with some words to go with that feeling.
I’ll be using this with year 1s so I have tried to keep the emotional language as simple as possible. Children will take their names off the classroom door as they arrive and pop them into the labeled pot corresponding to mood.
Presentation to introduce what tessellation is. It shows pictures of tessellation in nature then human made tessellation and asks the children what they notice. It then teaches what tessellation is with picture examples. It sets children an tessellation hunt activity and then a task to create their own tessellated pattern at the end using 2D shapes.
Fiction/Non-Fiction Book Box labels Images on each label to assist children in understanding the difference between text genres. Wooden background to suite natural themed classroom.
This presentation teaches children a strategy for adding 3 numbers when there is a double or a number bond to 10 in the number sentence e.g. 2+5+2= They have to identify what strategy they are going to use then complete the addition using the strategy. It is interactive so children can have a chance to work out the answers and click on to find out the answers.
This resource teaches children a strategy for adding 3 numbers when there is a number bond on the addition e.g. 2+4+8= It is interactive so the children are given questions to work out then they click on for the answer.
An introduction to the concept of capacity. Originally used with a Year 1 class during Home Learning. It includes an explanation of what capacity is, teaches/recaps the meanings of capacity vocabulary & concepts (more/less, most/least, full/empty). It includes at the end an activity for the children using informal units of measure.
An introduction to the purpose of a bar graph (year 1). Includes how to read/interpret the data presented in a bar graph and how to make a bar graph (all the key features needed).
This presentation teaches children a strategy for adding 3 numbers when there is a ‘double’ in the number sentence e.g. 2+5+2= It is interactive so children can have a chance to work out the answers and click on to find out the answers.
A simple chart enabling the children to compare the weather between Wales and Brazil. It was used with year 1 as part or our Rio de Vida Context for Learning. Children are required to draw a weather symbol in each country’s section for each day (key of symbols provided) then put in the temperature of the different countries. There is then another section for them to add in other information e.g. humidity, precipitation etc. (A list of options for this section is also included.) It has a link to the MET office website in the blurb at the top of the sheet.
This powerpoint facilitates discussions around the concept need or want. I looks at what a human needs to survive and what is a want (something you can live without e.g. ipad). Originally used with a year 1 class as a home learning activity.
The presentation teaches children to find the missing number in a number sentence (5+=10). It shows 2 different techniques to find the missing numbers; using number facts and using counting on strategies.
Children are taught that there are different ways to make amounts with money. The activity encourages problem solving skills where children have to find all the possibilities. It talks them through doing it step by step and then gives them a task at the end.
This teaches the concept of repeated addition using multiples of 5, links it to multiplication and introduces basic multiplication of the 5 times table. Originally used with a year 1 class as a home learning introduction.
This teaches the concept of repeated addition using multiples of 10, links it to multiplication and introduces basic multiplication of the 10 times table. Originally used with a year 1 class as a home learning introduction.