This file consists of 31 posters listing 8 synonyms for some of the most common words. These posters will help your students to use more ambitious vocabulary by encouraging them to choose more interesting or powerful words for their writing. Posters for: angry, bad, big, brave, cold, fast, fun, funny, good, got, happy, hard, hot, hungry, kind, laugh, like, little, looked, mean, neat, pretty, ran, sad, said, scared, shy, slow, smart, tired, walked
This year 3-4 word wall contains all the common exception words that children need to be able to read/spell by the end of year 4. The words are presented in pre-cursive script with a bright, colourful border.
Get children excited about arrays with this PowerPoint featuring a series of photos of arrays in real life situations - from egg boxes to eyeshadows, waffles to windows. Final slide is an opportunity for children to feedback where they have seen an array. Use as an introduction to arrays, a plenary, or print off photos and get children to write the repeated addition or multiplication for the array.
A cool, modern and engaging ‘All About Me’ activity which is great for transition day or as a back to school activity. With this Instagram style activity, you can learn more about your new students on an imaginative, fun way and the class can learn more about themselves and their peers as well. Students are invited to respond to and illustrate the 9 questions or prompts, with thumbnail doodles or drawings: • Age • My family • Favourite food • Favourite color • Best subject • Favourite animal • Dream destination • I love… • I don’t like… They make a great display for the start of the year and are super easy too - the only materials needed are paper, pencils and marker pens PDFs containing both US and UK spelling of favourite and colour are included in this download.
These bright, colourful signs are the perfect addition to your reading book box and homework box/tray.
his resource includes everything you will ever need to have a successful and stress-free Meet the Teacher or Open House. It’s also editable so that you can customise it to reflect your information, procedures, and teaching philosophy. What’s Included: Meet the Teacher Letter: Introduce yourself to parents and students with this friendly letter. This letter will allow you to share your experience, education, hobbies, etc. Flip Book: Provide parents with all the information they need to know for the upcoming school year with this editable, no-cut flip book. Parent Letter: Communicate your expectations and help parents prepare their children to be a successful student in your class with this editable letter. ‘Thanks For Popping In’ Gift Tags: Pair these printables with popcorn or lollipops as a fun treat for parents. Parent Questionnaire: Gather information about student strengths, weaknesses, things that motivate or upset them, concerns, medical or personal issues, etc. with this parent questionnaire. Volunteer Form: (Two versions) These forms will help you gather all the information you need to reach out to parents when you need classroom volunteers. Transportation Form: Knowing how students get to school each day is a very important part of classroom management. It also ensures that you are organised on the first day and can assist students who don’t know where to go. Magnets: Provide parents with a fridge magnet so that your contact information will be accessible to them. Station Signs: Place these signs around your room to keep yourself and parents organised. These signs will help keep foot traffic moving and ensure that parents get all the forms and information they need. Sign-In Sheet: This form will help you remember the families who visited your classroom and provide you with important parent contact information. 12 PowerPoint Presentation: This presentation will help you communicate expectations and important information to parents. It can be presented as you talk or played on a loop at the front of your class for parents to read at their leisure.
Get your students talking with these colourful, interactive class discussion prompts. Use either full screen in class or interactively through Microsoft PowerPoint/Google Slides/SeeSaw What’s included: Over 45 discussion prompts (US & UK Versions) I wish I knew more about… If I had a million dollars. I would… If I had a million pounds, I would… I can show a growth mindset by… I can help save the planet by… A good friend it… My favorite book is… My favourite book is… If I could travel anywhere in the world, I would go to… Kindness means… Courage means… Respect means… Perseverance means… I am thankful for… I am special because If I could go back in time, I would go… If I could meet any famous person, it would be… because… The best job in the world is… One thing I am really good at is… A challenge I am working really hard to overcome is… The emoji that best describes me today is… My perfect day would be… Someone who is an inspiration to me is… because… When I grow up, I want to be… My biggest fear is… My favorite food is… My favourite food is… A goal I have is… A target I have is… In my family, we like to… If I had a superpower, it would be… because… I’m proud of myself because… My favorite dessert is… My favourite dessert is… Something that makes me happy is… If I were the teacher for the day… My favorite song is… My favourite song is… Words are powerful because… If I knew I couldn’t fail, I would… My favorite season is… My favourite season is… If I could invent an app, it would… One word to describe me is… My favorite word is… My favourite word is… My favorite memory is… My favourite memory is… Two slides for each starter Full screen slide for display in the classroom Slide with blank space for interactive online discussion/student writing Compatibility: These templates are compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Slides & Keynote software. Please note - this product has only been tested with PowerPoint & Slides. In the download, you will get the Microsoft PowerPoint files and a PDF with instructions and clickable links to access the files in Google Drive. If using Google Slides you will be asked to make a copy on your own Google Drive. Children will need to draw their own text boxes to enter their text. Image files are also included for use in SeeSaw/PicCollage If, after downloading and reading the instructions, you are still having problems don’t hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
These graphic organizers will help your students think deeply about their reading and improve their reading comprehension in an engaging, visual way. Vocabulary, story elements, author’s purpose, inference, and many more are included. They also help children organize their knowledge of processes and events in Science/Social Studies. This flexible product is perfect for distance learning or in the classroom. It works with Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Teams, Google Classroom, SeeSaw or on paper/in notebooks. The choice is yours! What’s included: Over 45 graphic organizers: 35 solely for reading 11 generic templates for use in other subjects Reading organizers include: Cause & Effect (6 versions) Making Predictions Author’s Purpose (2 versions) Compare & Contrast (3 versions: stories, characters & events) Problem & Solution (2 versions: story & character) Making Inferences (2 versions) Describing Characters Character Examination (4 versions) Sequencing Events (4 versions) Summarising (2 versions) Story Elements Story Map Story Mountain Main Idea Drawing Conclusions Theme Vocabulary Non-Fiction Reading Log (2 versions) Generic organizers include: KWL grid Concept Map (2 versions) Radial Map Basic Cycle (2 versions) Basic Pyramid Inverted Pyramid Simple Table Venn Diagram and more… Use them in: small groups literature circles centers ️reading workshop ️independent practice whole class. Use them with multi-chapter books picture books reading series stories plays/dramas read alouds non-fiction books Compatibility: These templates are compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Slides & SeeSaw software. In the download, you will get the Microsoft PowerPoint files and a PDF with instructions and clickable links to access the files in Google Drive. If using Google Slides you will be asked to make a copy on your own Google Drive. The slides have text boxes already inserted so children can edit them if being used remotely. If you wish to print the organizers for use in the classroom, just delete the text boxes beforehand. If, after downloading and reading the instructions, you are still having problems don’t hesitate to email me at email@example.com