These pupil voice cards are totally editable (so the bitmoji can be removed!). The intention of the PVC cards is to promote children’s ownership of their learning and to encourage reflection on taught content.
It is a year 3 National Curriculum aim that children should be able to use time conjunctions within their writing. This resource is intended as a display to support children with the use of conjunctions to represent time within their writing.
This is a display intended to encourage children to use conjunctions to describe where something happened. It is a national curriculum aim for year 3 for children to be able to use conjunctions to describe place and this will hopefully help the children to meet this criteria.
It is a requirement for children to get 1 hour of music education per week. In many schools this isn’t the case, I have created a song of the day document where you select an artist per week and listen to 1 song each day and rate it out of 5 whilst discussing the background etc. Then, at the end of the week, the children get to listen to the highest rated song again as a treat. It has worked fantastically in our Year 4 cohort!
The spelling leaves cover all 110 spellings that children are required to learn by the end of year 4. The purpose of the spelling bees is to allow the children to add ‘Wow’ words to the spelling tree to promote the development and retention of vocabulary.
The target wall will allow children to take ownership of their own learning and progress by writing targets on post-it notes and displaying them in the classroom as a reminder. The children can then remove the post-it note once the target has been met and add a new target to the wall to show constant progression.