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Selling tried and tested resources and display itemsfor the classroom. Make your classroom cool with these creative and unique products. I've been teaching 12 years and I'm passionate about creating a classroom environment where kids are inspired and excited to learn. I use my experience in graphic design to develop high quality resources and display items. If you have any requests for personalised products or need something whipped up, let me know.

Selling tried and tested resources and display itemsfor the classroom. Make your classroom cool with these creative and unique products. I've been teaching 12 years and I'm passionate about creating a classroom environment where kids are inspired and excited to learn. I use my experience in graphic design to develop high quality resources and display items. If you have any requests for personalised products or need something whipped up, let me know.
Like Water off a Duck's Back Poster
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Like Water off a Duck's Back Poster

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Here’s a poster to encourage children to let those unhelpful words fall off them. Use it as a discussion point that, although it can be tricky, those negative words people speak over us don’t have to define us. A discussion to build resilience.
High 5 Listening Hand
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High 5 Listening Hand

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This High 5 listening hand is a really helpful classroom management tool, supporting the children in their listening. A very helpful countdown method is to be used by the teacher to guide the children in the listening expectations. The teacher can use the phrase whilst putting their hand in the air- “High 5 listening in 5, 4 , 3 , 2 , 1” and the children are to put their hand in their air whilst following the 5 listening expectations.
Request a Selfie
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Request a Selfie

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When students are feeling really proud of their work, they can request that a picture or photocopy be taken and celebrated. This is a great way to encourage your students work hard and be proud of their work. Cut out the cameras and laminate for durability. Glue them to a peg or clip. When not in use, the cameras can be clipped onto the sign and displayed, or displayed in a pot. Use the proud stickers to display next to their work, so the student can share why they were so proud. These can be printed on a labels sheet (A4, 8 per page) or printed on paper and cut out.
Mayan Temple Pop-up
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Mayan Temple Pop-up

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This template for a Mayan temple pop-up is a fun way for the children to display their understanding of the Mayan Civilisation.
Clock Arrow Labels
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Clock Arrow Labels

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These funky clock arrows are a really helpful resource to guide children in learning to tell the time. They can be used alongside your classroom clock all year round, or until your students are confident with the time and the different time expressions.
Ask Me Lanyard Cards
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Ask Me Lanyard Cards

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These are to be printed and used on lanyards to encourage those children who have gained such confidence in their work, that they wish to help others. These are great for building confidence in the student helpers and their peers. PDF contains a variety of colours.
Math Talk Speech Bubbles
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Math Talk Speech Bubbles

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These speech bubbles are a prompt for children to use when discussing their math. The sentence starters provide the children with open-ended ways of sharing what they have observed and understood about their learning, perfect for helping your students dive deeper into their learning.
Spelling Menu
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Spelling Menu

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Use this spelling menu to provide more interesting ways of developing the children’s spelling. There are 20 activities the children can choose from.
Problem Meter (Problemometer)
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Problem Meter (Problemometer)

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This problemometer is a really helpful tool when guiding children in becoming classroom problem solvers. Every teacher knows what it’s like to have a thousand questions/problems being fired at them by the children. Some of them are necessary and others may not always need a teacher’s attention. This tool helps the children to become independent problem solvers when appropriate. Use the examples (or add your own) to help children decide if they can solve it themselves or tell an adult. Ask them: Where does it fit on the scale? Can they try to solve it first? Does an adult need to know immediately? How serious is this problem?
Folding Book Template
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Folding Book Template

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This template can be used and adapted as desired to create a folding 8 sided book. A lovely way for children to present their work. Print on A3 for the best fit. Fold in half along the short side Fold again along the new short side Open up the previous fold and then fold along long side (this creates the 8 sections) Open up previous fold again. Cut from the middle fold to the first intersection Open all folds up Fold along the long side push from both short ends inwards forcing the pages to form (adjust fold as needed for the front cover to be in correct position)