Researching an artist? This sheet supports the children to begin to:
Choose an artist to focus on
Find out information about their chosen artist, including the art form they use
Find out interesting facts about
Identify pieces of art created by the artist
An opportunity to have a go at the artists piece of work and draw the artist themselves.
Consider what they think of the artwork of an artist
A great template to use to begin to focus on a particular artist, as a springboard for discussions and further information gathering about artists!
Science Fair Test Plan includes:
Oportunties to record variables- what will be measured and what will be observed
Space to identify exactly which variable will be changed and which will be measured/observed.
Support to develop a scientfic question
Space to identify the factors that will be kept the same
Opportunties to create their own predictions
Great for developing those working scientfically skills in the classroom!
Teacher can model using a larger template and children can complete their own individual ones, in their books!
The VIPERS sheet includes:
Space to create questions relating to vocabulary, inference, prediction, explaining, retrieval and summarising.
The sheet can be trimmed and stuck into book- children use the lines in their book to answer the questions.
Perfect for comprehension and guided reading lessons!
Perfect, for showing starting of a unit about Art- children view varying different art pieces and score them on the chart, ticking where they personally consider the artwork to go. Ticking and recording their score out of 10.
There is space for them to record the name of a the peice of artwork or just use the numbers!
Children can review a book after reading
Sections to write about plot and setting
Favourite character section and information about the character
Star rating and reasoning behind this
Along with opportunties to draw setting, character and the front cover.
Perfect for starting a new unit/Enquiry and it’s editable!
Title at the top to colour in and draw images around the outside of (linking to this terms unit/Enquiry)
KWL grid below- to record what they know already, write questions about what they would like to find out and record at the end what they have learnt!
GREAT- for developing questionning skills and idetifying what they have learnt!
Children identify, what the know, consider questions they would like to find out and at the end of a unit, what they have learnt.
Great for developing those enquiry and questionning skills!