I used this with my year 2 class when they were planning their own invention. They did this as part of a unit of work on Izzy Gizmo where they read about her inventions and then came up with their own.
A range of scenarios that could be used in a KS1 PSHE lesson. Encourage the children to think carefully about what they would do or what advice they can give. Children could write post-it notes with advice on to go around the scenarios if discussing in groups or just discuss their ideas verbally.
This is a template that can be used to create ‘next step stickers.’ I use them for maths but they coudl easily be used in other subjects.
Next to the foot, you can insert a word problem or a screenshot from a resource to create your sticker. These can then be printed onto 2 by 7 sticker sheets.
Personally I use these in maths lessons for when children have completed the initial learning task/activity. I aim to make the stickers problem solving and reasoning based as opposed to varied fluency in order to challenge my HA/greater depth children.
I used this on the first day with my new year 2 class. It’s a great resources to assess their ability as well as getting to know them a little more. The children had to write clues/number sentences to help someone else figure out the answers.
I have these questions printed and stuck onto lollipop sticks. I use them at the end of the day - a child is chosen to come up to the front and pick a question randomly. We repeat this a few times. The children love doing it and it helps them to reflect on their day.