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Hello! I have created most of these resources/lessons during my PGCE and in preparation for my NQT year. My teaching approach is highly associated with inclusion and engagement, and I hope this is reflected in my resources. Thanks for taking a look!

Hello! I have created most of these resources/lessons during my PGCE and in preparation for my NQT year. My teaching approach is highly associated with inclusion and engagement, and I hope this is reflected in my resources. Thanks for taking a look!
'Get to know me' Creation Cube
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'Get to know me' Creation Cube

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**Get to know your class with this simple resource! The creation cube has different discussion points, helping you get to know your class but also helping the children get to know each other. ** This is not editable as I used a specific font, but if you would like the font changed to normal so it is editable please let me know in the comments. Children design the cube before cutting and putting it together. I will be hanging mine from the ceiling with string once all the children have completed a cube! Please comment if you have used this resource and let me know how you found it :-) Thanks!
Plenary Prompts (edit)
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Plenary Prompts (edit)

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Print these onto coloured card and edit with your own bitmoji for an easy plenary! These cards will allow for good discussion and reflection after learning, or use them as little assessments throughout lessons . Put them on an interactive display to showcase learning and allow for little minds to share their interests.
Partitioning Numbers (KS1)
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Partitioning Numbers (KS1)

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**Resource to support number partitioning and practical (fine motor) skills, to help children understand that numbers can be partitioned in more than one way. Three versions of the worksheet (easy- green, medium- blue, difficult-red). Resource is mainly based on 2’s, 5’s, 10’s. ** Works best as a differentiated plenary to a lesson, a way to include something hands on (cutting and sticking) to something challenging. Best for teachers to choose the colour for the children, but can be children’s choice. Simply ask children to cut down the straight line and cut the boxes individually. Children then choose where they think the calculation fits best and sticks this next to the number. Can they work out every calculation and understand how one number can be partitioned in different ways? I used this lesson in year 2. You will need: 1 Sheet per child 1 pair of scissors 1 glue stick
Teacher Toolkit Labels
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Teacher Toolkit Labels

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These labels are measured and fitted to the Vonhous toolbox used specifically by teachers. Labels are uploaded from word so can be edited if needed! Measurements: 5.3cm x 10.5cm 3.1cm x 4.8cm
Are you finished? Self Assessment
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Are you finished? Self Assessment

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These cards can be used to create a section of your classroom specifically for children’s self assessment. Both versions (editable and not editable) from this download. There are three cards which the children can read before placing their books in the ‘correct’ pile that suits them. Yellow = I need more time Green = I am happy with my work There is no red, to avoid children losing their self belief/confidence! This resource has BOTH editable and not editable within the download. Resource made via powerpoint with fonts downloaded from dafont.
Mathematics Alphabet (KS2 - Editable)
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Mathematics Alphabet (KS2 - Editable)

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Use this download as an addition to your Maths displays. Place around a working wall or just around a reasoning corner. Each letter of the alphabet is A5, therefore to laminate 2 letters print on one A4 page. Explored KS2 maths terminology in order to make the resource fit our curriculum. Please comment, leave a review or find me on instagram if used @ateachersvision - I would love to see you use this in your classroom!