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Year 4 teacher. Link to my teaching amazon wishlist if you are willing :) https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/1Y75IC8LDJ9YS?ref_=wl_share

Year 4 teacher. Link to my teaching amazon wishlist if you are willing :) https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/1Y75IC8LDJ9YS?ref_=wl_share
Eucalyptus Class Birthday Display
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Eucalyptus Class Birthday Display

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Title slide, each month of the year with a different leaf/eucalyptus circle surround, a couple of option of how you can write the names on and a birthday card design to match. The font used is called “hello honey” and can be downloaded for free from dafont.com
Virtual Victorian School
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Virtual Victorian School

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A powerpoint for teaching Victorian Schools. This tries to recreate the normal Victorian School trips that many LKS2 classes do but does it virtually! It can be adapted for in class teaching as well. It includes reading, riting and rithmetic as well as punishments.
Brain, Book, Buddy, Board, Boss display
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Brain, Book, Buddy, Board, Boss display

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A pastel display poster explaining Brain, Book, Buddy, Board, Boss and how to use each stage. PDF version saying “your teacher will always be here to help” or an editable publisher version if you want to write your name in e.g. “Miss Youngs will always be here to help”.
Subordinating and Coordinating Conjunctions Display Cards I SAW A WABUB FANBOYS
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Subordinating and Coordinating Conjunctions Display Cards I SAW A WABUB FANBOYS

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Display resource. Resource 1: Title page explaining what a subordinating conjunction is and then a separate card for each part of the “I SAW A WABUB” (If, Since, As, When, Although, While, After, Before, Until, Because). The final page shows two examples of how to use subordinating conjunctions in a sentence. All made on PowerPoint so you can edit if needed with a PDF copy included as well. Resource 2: Title page explaining what a coordinating conjunction is and then a separate card for each for of the FANBOYS (For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So). The final page shows three examples of using coordinating conjunctions. All on powerpoint with a PDF copy as well.
Fronted adverbials display examples
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Fronted adverbials display examples

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A range of examples of different fronted adverbials perfect for Year 4, all on a yellow background with pineapples on. Main title of “fronted adverbials” written on a green background with pineapples on.