These cards are great to provide children with prompts to assess their work before handing in. By asking children questions like “have you used the capital letters?”, “have you checked your spelling?” and “have you shown all of your working?” these cards ensure work is completed to a high standard before being tossed in the marking tray! I would suggest cutting out then laminating these cards, punching holes in them and linking them with a split ring to form a sort of fan which could be placed at each group or at easy access in the classroom for individual use. I hope these are useful, please feel free to leave a review if you use these!
This pack contains wall displays and flash cards explaining the processes and some hints/tips for the six reading strategies of Active Literacy. These are based off the guidance for (Scottish) Active Literacy stages 4/5 and 6/7 and will be useful for children working within these stages of AL. If you find these useful, please share some feedback! Thank you :)
These Fast Finisher Task Cards are literacy, mental maths and wellbeing focused. The tasks are all low-resource activities that are easy to follow, requiring the smallest amount of adult input - perfect for those fast finishers in your class! I hope you find these useful, don’t forget to leave a review if you do! Enjoy x
Here are a couple of book review templates to keep children busy at this unsettling time! Children could be encouraged to write a detailed review of a book they have recently read and enjoyed. This could potentially be safely shared by an adult on social media to spread the word about a great book to read during the COVID19 outbreak. I hope this is of some use!
Adjective Pencils - Basic adjective synonyms useful for creative writing These adjective pencils can be used to prompt children to use more creative adjectives when writing. They can be used as a simple wall display or made into word fans for individual/group use. Resource contains: x12 adjective pencils Ready to print. Enjoy!
Here is a template for your child/children to create their own newspaper article related to current events. It also provides space for children to add their own illustrations as well as using their creating writing skills to compose a gripping news article. I hope this is of some use! Please remember to leave a wee review if you can, thank you.
These bookmarks can be a thoughtful gift for the children to promote reading. With the famous Dr Seuss quote in the middle, the bookmarks are meaningful and have been used in the past for small leaving gifts. Document comes with x4 bookmarks on a page that can be personalised with names ‘to’ and ‘from’.
Here is a quick grammar and punctuation worksheet to keep your children busy and practicing important tools for literacy! I hope this is of some use, please leave some feedback if you found this useful.
Here is a daily log template that encourages children to write a diary to keep track of how they have spent their time and/or coming to grips with what is happening in the community and wider world currently. Writing daily logs can be a useful way of reflecting and can be useful for children to de-stress during such unsettling times like now. I hope this is of some use, please leave some feedback if you are able to! Thank you.
Bakery Bingo is a maths revision game that has been created for early to first level money, helping children practice their coin counting and recognition skills. Resource contains: x12 bingo cards: x6 up to 10p, x6 up to 20p x30 priced item cards (I would advise laminating the A4 bingo cards for longevity as they are a good resource keep. the priced item cards will keep better if you cut them out and laminate them individually). The game works just like any ordinary game of bingo - children can work individually or in pairs to try and fill their bingo card first. This can be played as a whole class supervised by an adult or children can be given this as a finishing task to play independently. Enjoy!
Here is a more compact, easy on the eye version of the Scottish teaching standards for student and fully qualified teachers. I hope you like them and find that they are a more colourful edition to add to your forward plans or CPD folders! All feedback welcome :)
x8 worksheets to revise childrens’ abilty to count money: x4 of these are involving the children drawing the coins to make a set amount x4 of these are involving the children counting the coins and writing the amount in the cloud A quick finishing/consolidating worksheet for early to first level CfE maths.
These cute lollipop sticks can be used as a writing tool for children who need to remember to leave finger spaces in their writing. They are easy to make and come with instructions on the document. I hope these are of some use, please remember to leave a review if you like them!
This cut and stick activity can be used to assess childrens’ ability to recognise and order coins 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2. (Early level CfE Maths) This resource is quick and easy as it is ready to print and use in the classroom straight away with no alterations or prep. All the children need are scissors and glue. Resource includes: x1 Blank scale and coins x1 Differentiated scale (made easier showing more numbers) and coins