A fully editable set of documents to help organise your classroom, saving you a massive amount of time!
The resources include:
classroom job labels
calendar cards with days, dates, months and years
cards for subject groupings with name label templates
labels for book boxes and trays
2 stars and a wish printable for peer/teacher/self evaluation
homework collection checklist
labels for learning objective and success criteria
selection of name labels for use around the classroom
line guide for use underneath plain paper
All labels are aligned and spaced so you can trim multiple pages at the same time.
Easy to edit to your preferences.
A wide range of printable cards in 2 different sizes, large and small.
There is one set of cards with star-shaped emotion faces (large and small) with no text.
There is one set of cards with round emotion faces: the large and small cards have the relevant emotion name. There is an additional small set of cards with no text.
The larger cards are perfect to use for a classroom display to constantly monitor children’s emotions and help them develop and use emotional vocabulary correctly.
All sets of cards can be used for PSHE lessons to develop emotional literacy.
Perfect for every stage of development with emotional literacy.
A range of 2D shapes and property cards on PowerPoint. The file is fully editable so you can change font, colours and sizing or add shapes/properties as required.
Can be used as a lesson resource on 2D shape or for display.
Property cards include:
Fully editable PowerPoint display with 36 synonyms for ‘said’ in speech bubble shapes, plus some examples of speech. Perfect for a quick and easy display.
Change font and shape size, style or colour to suit. Add extra synonyms as required.
Naming emotions can be hard. Most students (and adults!) have a limited emotional vocabulary. By extending and expanding their emotional vocabulary, students can put a name to emotions more easily and explore how they feel in a healthy way.
This resource includes a detailed lesson plan, a PowerPoint (with examples and video) and printables.
Lesson is designed for 1 hour but the activity can be repeated regularly as an emotion check in with students.