Are you looking for a fun, colourful, editable transition booklet - why not try this flip-book. All the information your children and parent's need in one place. Plus it's paper saving - only 3 pages of A4 There's minimal effort involved - no cutting required. Simply add your info, print, copy back to back, fold and staple. I have painstakingly ensured that all the tabs and boxes will line up when printed - saving you time and effort. It's FULLY-EDITABLE too - add your own images, alter the text and tab headings. Note: Basic knowledge of PowerPoint will be needed to edit.
Tired of your children arguing about who gets to do what in the classroom? Looking for a simple, organised way to keep up with classroom helper jobs? Well, look no further! This editable resource can be used as a pocket chart or attached to ribbon and hung on the wall with named pegs attached. Jobs included are: Messenger Desk Inspector Fruit Monitor Board Cleaner Line Leader Cloakroom Attendant Tech Support Scheduler Mail Deliverer Librarian Chair Checker Pencil Patrol Clean Up Crew Book Monitor Homework Helper Paper Passer Buddy Substitute Teacher Helper Calendar Check Door Holder PLT Reps But there are also blank, editable cards included so you can customise the chart to your own needs.
These bright, colourful clock labels will look fantastic around your classroom clock and encourage your students to practice telling time! This product includes number and word labels for each of the 5 minute increments
These bright, colourful signs are the perfect addition to your reading book box and homework box/tray.
This product promotes number recognition and sense to 20 and helps with reading and writing numbers as words. Children say the number, read and circle the correct spelling, draw the number on the tens frame, make it from manipulatives or make the word from magnetic letters and then write the number name. Great for morning work or maths centres. Includes cards from 0-20
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 cursive script with a bright, colourful border.
The buckets used in the Great Fire of London were made of leather, but these often leaked/spilled the water. Is there a better material to use? Explore the properties of different materials with these differentiated recording sheets. Can your pupils come up with a better material for making buckets?
A PowerPoint for use in assemblies on World Animal Day Things covered: Who has a favourite animal? Why? Background information of St Francis of Assisi Why we need animals What can we do to help animals? Thought for the day
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.
Need to be more organised for your Performance Management Meetings? Then this is the binder for you! Separated into 6 sections: Policies Appraisal Teacher Standards Observations Book Scrutinies CPD Also includes a CPD log, Observation Log, divider tabs, and binder covers for both ring binders and lever arch files. The name on the front, plus the contents of each section are editable so you can match them to your school's own expectations.
Tired of your children arguing about who gets to do what in the classroom? Looking for an simple, organised way to keep up with classroom helper jobs? Well look no further! This editable resource can be used as a pocket chart or attached to ribbon and hung on the wall with named pegs attached. There are 14 job cards including: register monitor, table monitor, fruit monitor, milk monitor, board cleaner, line leader, peg monitor, tech support, buddy, chair checker, door holder, pencil sharpener, messenger and line caboose. But the cards are editable so you can alter them to your own needs.
These funky end of year certificates are the perfect way to say well done for joining in and sticking at it through and are a cute, simple way to celebrate the end of the year! Nursery - Year 6 included
End of Year gift tags for student gifts. Save time and money with this inexpensive treat that kids will love! Text reads as follows: Front: This year has been a ball! Back: Thank you, From...
Three different activities to help children up-level their adjectives when describing the Big Bad Wolf. Children are encouraged to think of their own adjectives and to look up words in a thesaurus.
Challenge cards for each area of provision made to fit IKEA Tolsby picture frames. Just print, cut out and insert into the frame then write the continuous provision challenge on the plastic cover. 16 areas of provision included: Writing, Reading, Maths, Construction, Investigation, Role Play, Playdough, Sand, Water, Small World, Junk Modelling, Music, Jigsaw, Outdoor, Creative and Computing,
Bookmarks with the 5 main aspects of sentence writing - capital letters, listening for the sounds, writing on the line, finger spaces and full stops. Cut out, laminate and attach to ribbon and tape the other end of the ribbon to the back page of children's exercise books. As a bonus, this can also then be used as a helpful reminder as to which page they are suppose to use - instead of putting their work on a random page in the middle of their books.
Writing checklist for the 5 basics of super sentences: - capital letters - full stop - fingerspaces - writing on the line - listening for the sounds Ideal for self assessment in Reception/Year 1 (Kindergarten/1st grade)
Bookmarks with the 'Super 6' main aspects of sentence writing - capital letters, listening for the sounds, pre-cursive handwriting, writing on the line, finger spaces and full stops. Cut out, laminate and attach to ribbon and tape the other end of the ribbon to the back page of children's exercise books. These can then be used as reference in the lesson to help pupils check their work and as a bonus, they also remind children which page to use - instead of putting their work on a random page in the middle of their books.
Are you tired of scaffolding materials cluttering up your children's tables; a sound mat, a key word mat, a 100 square, pencil pots... Add some books, waterbottle and the occassional treasure found at lunch time and most children find it hard to contain all of this stuff to their tabletops. Well look no further - this A4 printable desk mat has all the prompts Year 1 children need to help encourage them to be more independent as they learn to write and record. The desk mat features - - entire alphabet in both lower and upper case print, - days of the week, - all the Year 1 Common Exception Words writers, - graphemes for Letters and Sounds phase 2 and 3 (complete with Jolly Phonics picture prompts), - a visual reminder of 'Super 6' for handwriting (Capital letters, listening for sounds, writing on the line, pre-cursive handwriting, finger spaces and full stops) - number 1-20 in numerals and words - a 100 square Never have untidy tables again!