This is just something I whipped up on word to accompany my vocabularly teaching. I use Jane Considine’s “The Write Stuff” approach but I like to have something visual on my working wall as a reminder to focus on word choice for meaning and effect. I print these as the paint selection ones from DIY stores are great for individual use but are too small for display. I write words on with a black permanent marker for my working wall. I hope you find them useful or save you a few minutes instead of making them from scratch.
Please let me know how you use them by tagging me on Instagram @Misshb_teacher xo
This presentation is useful for Artist Studies. The voice files may or may not work so you may have to delete them but otherwise its good to go. I may have gone a little wild on the presentation features as this is an upcoming topic for the kiddos so wanted to get in some cross-curricular questions too (perhaps this is helpful, perhaps not). I have directed this work at Paul Cezanne’s still life and use of sketch book to promote resilience, creativity in experimentation and viewpoint - this supports our overall topic. Edit as you wish but please tag me on instagram @misshb_teacher
Thanking you kindly - Miss HB x
Here are some pastel coloured sentence starters for Reading. These were recommended by an old mentor. However, I’m unsure where the original idea comes from. I have edited mine slightly so they are smaller - although could be blown up on the photocopier or decreased further to make a table support. Please edit them as you please but tag my instagram @misshb_teacher and show me what you have done with them. Miss HB x
This is some pre-made Art Gallery lettering with a splattered paint design. To save the environment a little, you could print this on card instead of laminate it. Card is durable and can be recycled whereas laminated paper cannot.
Please tag me on instagram to show me how you use my resource. I would love to see missHB_teacher.
Thanking you kindly.
Here is a classroom jobs poster I created. I printed mine as two A4 documents, stuck them together and laminated them. But, this being said, you could have them as individual tickets or perhaps as strips and attach pegs with names on either side. They are flexible and of course the jobs are suited to my setting so you will probably want to edit them. I hope you enjoy. Miss HB x
Here is the overview of my drawing planning for Year Five drawing. It shows the steps and order that I have organised the unit and therefore may be useful as a starting point for anyone planning in this area. Please enjoy and let me know how you use it.
Hello. This activity is a sorting worksheet for words. The learners use it to sort the relevance or effectiveness of vocabulary in context. For example, when looking at synonyms of the word big, children may generate words but then given the context of space, decide that some words generated are not as effective in this context or relevant so they organise them using the rings.
In this resource, you will find a sheet that can be used as a worksheet and a larger copy for display purposes.
Please show me how you use the resource and or review it. You can also tag me on instagram @missHB_teacher