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I’m all about not reinventing the wheel and having a decent work/life balance so please help yourself to anything you may find useful! Hopefully my resources are useful for yourself but please get in touch if you have any questions or need anything else. If you have a few pennies spare and feel the need to thank me in anyway, a book for my class would be a huge bonus! https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/1DCHI1QNVUYPD?ref_=wl_share Thank you for checking out my shop and enjoy! ☺️

I’m all about not reinventing the wheel and having a decent work/life balance so please help yourself to anything you may find useful! Hopefully my resources are useful for yourself but please get in touch if you have any questions or need anything else. If you have a few pennies spare and feel the need to thank me in anyway, a book for my class would be a huge bonus! https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/1DCHI1QNVUYPD?ref_=wl_share Thank you for checking out my shop and enjoy! ☺️
Film Review Worksheet
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Film Review Worksheet

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This is a worksheet I created for a lesson we were doing where my students had to review Goodnight Mr Tom. They had a great time considering each of the questions and colouring it in afterwards! A great filler lesson before Christmas/Summer or when you just need a quick printout! There is also a WAGOLL included to show your students before the lesson should you wish to. PLEASE NOTE THAT AT PRESENT THIS RESOURCE IS NOT EDITABLE.
Plenary Exit Tickets
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Plenary Exit Tickets

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These are really useful to just have printed off and in a box/drawer somewhere in the classroom to grab whenever needed! They are fab for fast-finishers, observations or those lessons where it hasn’t gone completely to plan and you just need some extra reassurance that it wasn’t a complete disaster!! As I created these on Word, they should be completely editable should you desire to tweak/change anything. I use these daily in my classroom and hope you find them useful too!
Complex Sentences Poster
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Complex Sentences Poster

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A poster to describe Complex Sentences. I refer to this throughout the lesson and then display it on my Working Wall after for children to refer back to. PLEASE NOTE THAT AT THIS TIME THIS RESOURCE IS NOT CURRENTLY EDITABLE.
Worry Monster Slips
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Worry Monster Slips

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In my classroom I have a Worry Monster and these slips are placed in a box beside him. When the children have a concern or a worry, they can grab a slip and write it down and pop it in his mouth for him to ‘eat’. I then check the monsters mouth a few times a week and can deal with the worries as appropriate. I’ve found this really useful, particularly in younger classes, to help stop the constant tell-taleing or little worries that often take up a large portion of your day! I definitely recommend! As this is created on Word, it should be completely editable in case you wish to add your own Monster’s name or anything.
Vertical vs Horizontal Whiteboard Visuals
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Vertical vs Horizontal Whiteboard Visuals

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I print and laminate these and then display them on my whiteboard to show the children the difference between vertical and horizontal. This causes a lot less stress in art or maths lessons when I ask them to draw a vertical line etc!! PLEASE NOTE THAT AT PRESENT THIS RESOURCE IS NOT EDITABLE. SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
End of Year Pupil Report
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End of Year Pupil Report

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A little activity for students to fill out to reflect on their year. Initially created to add to our “Pupil Comment” section on our summer reports but found the children really enjoyed thinking back on their year! Created using Goodnotes on iPad so unfortunately is uneditable but might be good inspiration at least!
Same Day Intervention Slips
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Same Day Intervention Slips

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These SDI Slips are VITAL to my marking process. If a child needs some pre-learning or catch up or just hasn’t quite understood something and needs to revisit quickly, I glue one of these in and highlight as appropriate and write a short note with specifics needed below. When I have completed the SDI/Catch up/Pre-learning with the child, I simply highlight whether or not they have ‘Achieved’ the learning needed or need to ‘Repeat’ it. This makes it so much easier for myself and my TA or SLT to see the reasons behind gaps in learning or see what still needs doing and is so much easier to track this way.
Same Day Intervention Tracker
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Same Day Intervention Tracker

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I use these sheets alongside the SDI Slips (also in my shop) so every time I fill in a slip, I just add that child’s initials to the tracker in the appropriate box. This makes it so much easier to see what SDIs need doing and what are the priorities. It is also great if I can’t do the SDI’s for whatever reason, I can just hand the Tracker to my TA etc and they have everything they need on one sheet!
Marking and Feedback Daily Tracker
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Marking and Feedback Daily Tracker

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I always have a bunch of these printed out in my desk or downloaded on my iPad and when marking will grab one. When going through books, I can just add initials in each of the sections as I go along and it makes it much easier to track afterwards - particularly if SLT/Phase Leaders are asking questions about a specific piece of learning!
Student Feedback Sentence Stems
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Student Feedback Sentence Stems

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This is perfect for end of the week marking when you’re already drained and feel like you’re just writing the same thing in 30 different books! Various different ways of wording feedback for you to pick and choose as you see fit. I simply have this printed and laminated and stuck to my desk so it’s always accessible when marking.
Toilet and Independent Station Symbol Stickers
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Toilet and Independent Station Symbol Stickers

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I print and laminate these and then pop them on my whiteboard. When a child goes to the toilet or something has run out on the Independent Station, I can then scribble their initials or the item next to the symbol to remind me later. The fingers on them are also a visual reminder to the children of our class codes to help them remember more easily (e.g. students hold up crossed fingers if they need to go to the toilet so I know not to call on them for an answer to a question). I find this SO useful personally in keeping track of my classroom during the day-to-day chaos but these could also just be used as symbols to stick on each of those places to sign post them. If you have any other bright ideas for these, please let me know - I’m all ears!! PLEASE NOTE THAT AT PRESENT THESE ARE NOT EDITABLE. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
End of Year Postcard
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End of Year Postcard

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Every year, I print this on card and write a personal message to each of my students on the back. They absolutely love this and I hope yours will too!
Magic Editing Pencils
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Magic Editing Pencils

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I print and laminate each Magic Editing Pencil’s and give one to every child in my class at the start of the year and train them to refer back to them when they have finished writing anything. They are a simple way of helping remind children to look for missing punctuation or correct silly mistakes etc. whilst still giving them the autonomy to do this independently! I have used this with both Year 4’s and Year 6’s and found them to be vital in my classroom - I hope they are helpful for you too!
FULL BOOK Reciprocal Reading: The Firework Maker’s Daughter
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FULL BOOK Reciprocal Reading: The Firework Maker’s Daughter

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7 weeks worth of the PowerPoints used and planning for LKS2 Reciprocal Reading sessions. Save yourself some time! Slides cover predictions, clarifying, questioning and summarising. These sessions were mainly teacher-led but the boss role is easy enough to follow using the slides for a child to lead. The initials after the questions refer to our school reading characters (Deep Detective, Word Wizard, Rich Retriever) but can easily be erased or edited to your own. A chapter is covered per week (3x sessions per week) but it could easily be adapted to suit your needs! Copyrights: Slides used and any included fonts/clipart are from Microsoft PowerPoint All images have been taken from various websites via Google Images Any quotes etc belong to Phillip Pullman and appropriate publishers
Wait Cards
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Wait Cards

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Children to access a Wait Card independently to get them a spot in the queue to access you if you when you are ready if working with a small group etc. I use these alongside my ‘Donut Disturb’ headband to help encourage children to wait patiently and focus on their work still, rather than forming a snake and following me around the classroom! This way, the children clearly know when to expect me. I simply use the cards like a ticket in a queue at the supermarket and call out for the next number when I am ready. These have worked great for me so far and I hope they do for you too! Easily replace my bitmoji with your own.
FULL BOOK Reciprocal Reading: Esio Trot by Roald Dahl
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FULL BOOK Reciprocal Reading: Esio Trot by Roald Dahl

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All PowerPoints and Planning used for a LKS2 two-week Reciprocal Reading focus on Esio Trot by Roald Dahl. There is also a PDF of the text included that was downloaded from: http://ebooks.rahnuma.org/children/Stories/Roald.Dahl/Roald.Dahl_Esio-Trot.pdf This was based on 3x sessions in the first week and 4x sessions in the second but could easily be adapted for longer or shorter time periods. The initials after the questions refer to our school reading characters (Deep Detective, Rich Retriever, Super Summariser, Word Wizard) but can be edited to your own or erased. Copyrights: Slides and any associated fonts/clipart are from Slidesgo All images are from various websites via Google Images Quotes belong to Roald Dahl and appropriate publishers
Recycle Bin Poster
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Recycle Bin Poster

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A useful poster to display on or near your recycling bin to remind children what can and cannot go inside it to help encourage them to recycle more. Fully editable to allow you to replace my bitmoji with your own or change the items that are recyclable.