Around ten percent of your class will suffer from dyscalculia or dyslexia. Give them the tools to succeed by providing them with this fun anchor chart.
Here Come the Aliens Use this fun story to encourage phonics learning and rhyming cards gives students the opportunity to practice their rhyming skills in a match game. Rhyming words are two or more words that have the same sound. Many rhyming words end with the same spelling, but not all words that rhyme with each other.
Perfect way to start your day of learning, set this resource up on students desks and get them to draw themselves camping when they are done.
Guided reading group/individual prompt cards to help develop understanding. Roll & write - create a list of words (sight/soundwaves/jolly phonics) with numbers 1-6 beside. Roll a question - have a list of questions (after reading) numbered 1-6.
Given that our students are more stressed now than ever before, give them the opportunity to take a ‘brain break’ to get back on track.
Visual prompt for you to send home for parents. Give children the opportunity to choose something else before coming to parents saying “I’m soooooo bored”! Email me and I can personalise branding to suit you!
Great for young learners, go around the class and do a shape search to make a list of items that are the shape you are working on. Fast Finisher task idea
Use watercolours, glitter, stick on balls to demonstrate understanding of full, half full and empty. Use direct and indirect comparisons to decide which is longer, heavier or holds more, and explain reasoning in everyday language (ACMMG006)
Learning how to use scissors, builds up the little muscles in children’s hands with the open and close motion and plays an important role in developing the fine motor skills young children need in order to hold pencils, pens and crayons. With practice, this will help children in carrying out everyday independent tasks such as brushing teeth, eating with utensils and getting dressed (can I get an a-men). It’s easy to set up, just cut out and stick to the wall with tape or bluetak and you’re ready to roll! This is not only a great task for classrooms, send it home as a weekend task with your students to support your learning at home.
This fun, engaging way to practice students multiplication knowledge is a must have for all classrooms. Differentiation is made easy with the blank spots for you to add what level you are currently working at. Have a battle, pair up students winner plays a winner of the same round. Check out my other resources & feel free to contact me if you would like something personalized!