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Most resources I add (lesson wise) will be in a SMART Notebook. If required (and able) I can move it over to PowerPoint - Let me know! I welcome any feedback. I love empowering the children to love learning and always try and reflect this in my lesson plans and resources. The booklets made a huge different to my ICT lessons as it meant I spent less time repeating the basics during the lesson and had more time to focus on helping the children have fun with their learning.

Most resources I add (lesson wise) will be in a SMART Notebook. If required (and able) I can move it over to PowerPoint - Let me know! I welcome any feedback. I love empowering the children to love learning and always try and reflect this in my lesson plans and resources. The booklets made a huge different to my ICT lessons as it meant I spent less time repeating the basics during the lesson and had more time to focus on helping the children have fun with their learning.
How to use Microsoft Powerpoint - The basics
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How to use Microsoft Powerpoint - The basics

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Intended to be an A5 booklet, this resource is a step-by-step guide with pictures on the basics of using Microsoft PowerPoint. Contents examples: Open PowerPoint How to save work and open saved work how to insert a new slide and change the background colour and slide size change text font, size and colour highlighting and aligning text use Bolditalics and underline insert bullet points, tables, new page, columns, text boxes, shapes, pictures and borders using spelling and grammar check, thesaurus, dictionary and word art add animation use the snipping tool create a hyperlink print your work It can be difficult when teaching ICT to ensure all the students know how to do these -what we would call- simple tasks. With this booklet you can show them once together and then promote their independent learning through the use of this booklet. I had also attached an extra sheet which can be added to the back of the booklet - should you wish - to encourage students to be independent before they approach the teaching staff.
How to use a Computer - The basics
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How to use a Computer - The basics

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Intended to be an A5 booklet, this resource is a step-by-step guide with pictures on the basics of using a computer. Contents examples: How to turn a computer on and off correctly, How to log onto a computer, How to open programs, How to save work and open already saved work, How to create capital letters and use symbols on a keyboard, How to open, find a website and save pictures from the Internet, How to use spelling and grammar check, How to use snipping tool, print screen and copy and paste How to find key words on a Web-page (Ctrl f) It can be difficult when teaching ICT to ensure all the students know how to do these -what we would call- simple tasks. With this booklet you can show them once together and then promote their independent learning through the use of this booklet. I had also attached an extra sheet which can be added to the back of the booklet - should you wish - to encourage students to be independent before they approach the teaching staff. In my paper copies, I also added a copy of Twinkl’s keyboard help sheets.
A Moments Mindfulness - activities
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A Moments Mindfulness - activities

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SMART Notebook & PowerPoint doc. A collection of activities that can be used to help children (and adults) gain and use mindfulness daily or when they need it. Ideas of when activities can be used included on each slide. They can be used across many different subjects and help children come together as a class/team. The bell listening exercise Breathing buddies The squish and relax mediation Smell and tell The art of touch The heartbeat exercise Heart-to-heart
Year 6 Digital Literacy ICT planning
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Year 6 Digital Literacy ICT planning

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SMART doc. Year 6 Digital Literacy ICT Planning. Children create their own code breaking activity using word and the Internet. They choose their own topic. It can be linked to WW topics. This planning has 3/4 lessons planned however depending on your lesson length. additional lessons can be spent on the recount and also having a lesson where they can have a go at each others activities - they research the facts after decoding them to find the fake one. Included: SMART board Lesson outline (word doc.) An activity to encourage enthusiasm for the work -it decoded the instructions for what they will need to do. (word doc.) Planning sheet for the children (double sided) (word doc.) Examples of instructions for children to magpie from. word doc. of last WALT below for recount in their books. The Learning objectives are: WALT: plan the process needed to investigate the world around me. WALT: check for accuracy and plausibility. WALT: decide which Internet services are needed for different purposes. WALT plan the process needed to investigate the world around me whilst checking the data I collect and present for accuracy and plausibility.
How to use Mircosoft Word - The basics
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How to use Mircosoft Word - The basics

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Intended to be an A5 booklet, this resource is a step-by-step guide with pictures on the basics of using Microsoft Word. Contents examples: Open Word How to save work and open saved work change text font, size and colour highlighting and aligning text use Bolditalics and underline insert bullet points, tables, new page, columns, text boxes, shapes, pictures and borders using spelling and grammar check, thesaurus, dictionary and word art changing margins and orientation searching the text for key words. It can be difficult when teaching ICT to ensure all the students know how to do these -what we would call- simple tasks. With this booklet you can show them once together and then promote their independent learning through the use of this booklet. I had also attached an extra sheet which can be added to the back of the booklet - should you wish - to encourage students to be independent before they approach the teaching staff.
Read and Review cards
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Read and Review cards

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These cards were created as part of an initiative to help promote reading across the ages. They are designed to be A5 size. I have added a photo with instructions on how to set up the printer for this to happen. I have used them in school but also as part of my reading gift packages I put together in my small business. As technology is a large part of the world we live in I also added a #hashtag to the cards to encourage people to share their love of reading with others and hopefully encourage them to read too. #getintoreadandreview They are also available without the #hashtag in this purchase.
French numbers work sheets (0-40)
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French numbers work sheets (0-40)

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Word.doc 3 way differentiated work sheets - 2 sheets per differentiation Layout: English - number (digits) - French 1 star = All English and numbers filled in 2 stars = All the numbers with some English and French filled in. 3 stars = Only numbers filled in.
French Lesson starters - ALL Years (Primary)
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French Lesson starters - ALL Years (Primary)

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SMART Notebook. doc (can be made into PowerPoint on request) A collection of revision French lesson starters for across all Primary school years. There are different sections: All years Music/singing (French) Numbers Colours Yr4 Animals Yr5 Food Yr6 Directions All Years French convo French manners Days of the week Months of the year Memory task - sentences (assessment) Common phrase translation Music/singing Twinkle twinkle in French sing along version- match words to French on screen Pizza song (yr5/6) Numbers match the digit form to the French and English Words (several slides) 1-10 11-20 21-30 31-40 mix and match Colours one slide match English to French Yr4 Animals 3 slides French to English Dictionnaire Lotto - choose own French words to find. Yr5 Food 2 slides French to English Dictionnaire Lotto - choose own French words to find. Yr6 Directions 2 slides mix and match Dictionnaire Lotto - choose own French words to find.
How to use SCRATCH - The basics
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How to use SCRATCH - The basics

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Intended to be an A5 booklet, this resource is a step-by-step guide with pictures on the basics of using Microsoft PowerPoint. Contents examples: Open SCRATCH save projects and open saved projects creating and finding sprites and stages changes sprite names and costumes what each area of SCRATCH can be used for creating variables moving code making speech flow adding sound to the projects printscreen your work It can be difficult when teaching ICT to ensure all the students know how to do these -what we would call- simple tasks. With this booklet you can show them once together and then promote their independent learning through the use of this booklet. I had also attached an extra sheet which can be added to the back of the booklet - should you wish - to encourage students to be independent before they approach the teaching staff.
ICT support Poster - B,B,B,Booklet,B
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ICT support Poster - B,B,B,Booklet,B

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Brain, Board, Buddy, Booklet, Boss A4 sized poster to display and help students take a minute and check they’ve done everything they can to figure out what they need to do before asking the teaching adult.