Use these to inspire your pupils to work harder!
Offer golden tickets and if they get three a day for a week (as an example) you can choose their reward. These are used to encourage positive behaviour within the classroom and also enthusiasm with their work.
I have designed this as a basis for creative writing.
Ask the children to place the animal name card with the animal picture card and then place those cards on to the correct habitat background. Once they have done this, ask the children to choose an animal and a setting e.g., 'lion' and 'jungle', they can then begin by naming the animal (lion) and describing the habitat (jungle) as a basis to a story. They can then choose a second animal to introduce in to the story from the same background as a second character.
4 x Background pictures A3 (can be printed as A4), 24 x animal name cards, 24 x animal picture cards. (Requires some cutting out).
Useful for creative writing, these posters have examples of how to write an adventure or mystery story. Includes definition, key features, words, characters, settings and examples of text. They can be used as an aid to worksheet if not required as a poster.
2 x A4 colour posters.
LO: To help children to write a creative story.
This resource includes a question sheet and an answer sheet with cards to be cut out for the child to place on the question sheet as they see fit. Eg, 2 lots of 3 = 6, they will get two cards with 3 pictures on and place them on the sheet along with a number card as the answer.