English Posters tailored for Year 5… I created these English posters based on the Year 5 National Curriculum but they are definitely suitable for other KS2 classes. The file includes 16 different posters. The posters consist of different features that children can include in their writing with written examples for each one. Posters include for example: adverbs of time, manner & place sentence openers (emotive, ed, ing) Alan Peat techniques Fronted adverbials Modal verbs Relative clauses/pronouns Parenthesis Perfect & progressive verb forms Rules for speech
I created these maths posters based on the Year 5 National Curriculum. They cover a wide range of topics. The posters include question examples, methods and explanations. I use these as part of my maths display so that the children always have access to an example method. They can refer back to them whenever they need to. This file includes 15 posters.
Print, laminate and cut. Attach to your clock to help children become familiar with both digital and analog time.
Brag Bracelets! A simple reward for children. I chose to print these off on coloured paper to make them more appealing. Simply print an cut them out and apply a small amount of glue or cellotape to one end of the bracelet and attach to the wrist.
A simple & easy method of parent/school communication. Teacher Mail is a printable postcard that you can write about a child’s successes to inform parents at home.
An effective reward for children. Print, laminate and punch a hole in the top of the card and attach a lanyard for a ‘brag tag’! Children will love showing off their successes when wearing these!
The copy I used has the title ‘Trending Vocab’ at the top. I use it by changing the vocabulary within the frame to encourage children to use more ambitious work choices. I have included a editable version so that you can change the frame to use it however you like… An instagram frame that can be used in a variety of ways…such as: star of the week trending vocabulary displays pictures wow work
This resource includes 22 different backgrounds with ‘Good Morning’ written on to display to your class each morning as they arrive at school. You can add to the background on PowerPoint or SMART Notebook such as instructions for the morning, today’s routine, notices, any jobs that need doing, a quote etc… **** Previews doesn’t seem to be working properly and does not show pictures but this does not impact download Copy available in PowerPoint and SMART Notebook form.