Zone of Regulations display for classrooms. Suitable for all ages. They show different images and words to describe the different ‘zones’ that the children might be in. They also have a toolbox of suggestions that the children can use to to move out or into that zone.
A phonics display showing the different sound families with pictures linking to each sound to help children with choosing the right sound when spelling and writing. I use it in my Year 3 classroom to direct children to be more independent in their writing by directing them to ‘the square in the air sound’ instead of telling them how to spell a word.
15 different sounds.
World Music Day/week assembly powerpoint. Explores world music day and also introduces to children different types of musical instruments. Demonstrates that classical music is popular and wellknown and it is not always boring.
Sound and video clips added to the powerpoint to play.
Built is squares.
Space to visually ‘build’ the question e.g. 3X2 is 3 groups of 2, draw it, to pictorially draw the question, write it to practice written numbers and solve it. Can be stuck in books or laminated. Used in Year 3. Could be used for place value, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, fractions…
National Coding Week Assembly powerpoint used in a KS2 assembly but is suitable for all years. Looks at some famous people in computing and coding and the role that Alan Turing took in the war. Youtube clip linked also.
Some initial place value worksheets that could be used as initial assessmnts or just as worksheets for the first few lessons of place value teaching. Created to go alongside the new government guidlines for 3PV-1.
Unit planning for the book Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper. This plan is aimed at Year 3 but including some catch up objectives from Year 2. It is to make a recipe.
Also links to PSHE through friendships and class charters.