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All the displays I’ve listed are totally free to download. However, if you use them and want to contribute, then I have an Amazon wishlist for books for my class: https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/JTBXO1Y1WBQ7?ref_=wl_share

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All the displays I’ve listed are totally free to download. However, if you use them and want to contribute, then I have an Amazon wishlist for books for my class: https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/JTBXO1Y1WBQ7?ref_=wl_share
Classroom Display - English Y5 Y6 resource wall
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Classroom Display - English Y5 Y6 resource wall

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This English display is designed to be a resource wall to help children with writing. It has three shelves: one linked to cohesive devices, one for vocabulary and one linking to Y5/6 punctuation. All the displays I’ve listed are totally free to download. However, if you use them and want to contribute, then I have an Amazon wishlist for books for my class: https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/JTBXO1Y1WBQ7?ref_=wl_share All the files you’ll need are here. The handwriting pens are printed, stuck back to back and then laminated to make them look like a real pen on the front with info on the back. I used empty handwriting pen boxes to hold them in on the board so the kids can take them back to their desks when needed. With the paint tins, I attached the drips and then made a little pouch on the back out of card that the paint chips sit in. Then, again, the kids can take them with them when they need them. I’ve also uploaded a few images of how I’ve had it displayed over the last few years to help. The lettering used in the images is from Twinkl: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/au-m-058-gold-display-lettering
Classroom Display - celebrate work and achievements (proud of your shelf)
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Classroom Display - celebrate work and achievements (proud of your shelf)

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This display is designed to be used as a way to celebrate children’s work, but also to get them to want to achieve their best and be proud of themselves. All the displays I’ve listed are totally free to download. However, if you use them and want to contribute, then I have an Amazon wishlist for books for my class: https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/JTBXO1Y1WBQ7?ref_=wl_share There is a ‘shelfie poster’ file to go with this. I printed this A3 and put it in a frame on a surface I had in front of the display. Pegs with instagram cameras were on the frame edge. Children put a peg with a camera on the work they want to celebrate. I then photocopy that work for display and take a photo of them holding the work to go on their ‘shelfie’ underneath. All the files you’ll need are here. Most are Word documents so you can edit as needed for the space you have. I’ve also uploaded a couple of images of how I’ve had it displayed over the last couple of years to help. Some aspects may need to be printed A3. The lettering I made on Word uses the font ‘Permanent Marker’ which can be downloaded free here if you don’t have it: https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Permanent+Marker#standard-styles
Classroom Display - Magical Maths (Harry Potter themed)
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Classroom Display - Magical Maths (Harry Potter themed)

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All the displays I’ve listed are totally free to download. However, if you use them and want to contribute, then I have an Amazon wishlist for books for my class: https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/JTBXO1Y1WBQ7?ref_=wl_share Here you’ll find resources to re-create my Magical Maths display. I’ve uploaded two images so you can see how I’ve put it all together. The display is designed to be interactive. The sorting hat poses a question that the children must investigate and decide if it is always, sometimes or never true. They should be encouraged to explain their decision. The cauldron is used to develop children’s understanding of how to represent numbers. These are all Word documents so can be edited to suit your class too. The Harry Potter font is used in my resources, so you will need to download this: https://www.dafont.com/harry-p.font Potion bottles were downloaded from Twinkl: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-421-editable-halloween-potion-bottles-self-registration (They have a way better range than when I first made this so, if you search for potion bottles, you can choose whichever fits your style better!)
Classroom Display - Ancient Greece timeline (Greek pots)
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Classroom Display - Ancient Greece timeline (Greek pots)

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Here you’ll find resources to re-create this Ancient Greece timeline display. Each pot has an event on and then they can be displayed on their plinths. I’ve uploaded an image so you can see how I used it. The columns were downloaded from Twinkl and the border was from Teaching Ideas. It’s all Word documents so can be edited to suit your class and size of display board too. The Ancient Geek font is used in my resources, so you will need to download this: https://www.dafont.com/ancient-geek.font All the displays I’ve listed are totally free to download. However, if you use them and want to contribute, then I have an Amazon wishlist for books for my class: https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/JTBXO1Y1WBQ7?ref_=wl_share
Division (remainders as fractions and decimals)- differentiated
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Division (remainders as fractions and decimals)- differentiated

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All the resources and displays I have listed are totally free to download. However, if you use them and want to contribute, then I have an Amazon wishlist for books for my class: https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/JTBXO1Y1WBQ7?ref_=wl_share Here are 3 differentiated sheets all about division (with up to 4 digits) and different ways to express remainders. These were used with a higher level Year 6 group. Bronze focuses on using standard remainders and then moves on to using fractions. Silver uses remainders, fractions and decimals. Gold uses remainders, fractions and decimals with a divisor that is 2 digits. Silver and Gold both feature some numbers which give recurring decimals so children had to show this in their answer. These are all word documents so they can be edited. All the answer sheets are there too.
Metric and imperial measures - likely and unlikely statements (miles, yards, pounds, inches)
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Metric and imperial measures - likely and unlikely statements (miles, yards, pounds, inches)

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All the resources and displays I have listed are totally free to download. However, if you use them and want to contribute, then I have an Amazon wishlist for books for my class: https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/JTBXO1Y1WBQ7?ref_=wl_share This resource focuses on 4 metric to imperial measures (metres to yards, miles to kilometres, kilograms to pounds, centimetres to inches). It gives an image and a statement and children have to say whether the statement is likely or unlikely to be true (e.g. an apple is 10 inches tall). It is not supposed to be an activity where children convert measures precisely but instead checks their knowledge of rough conversions and understanding of the relationship between different measures. The resource is a word document so you can edit as much as you want. I’ve also uploaded the answer sheet. I used this as a starter activity that my whole maths group did so I could see what their understanding of imperial measures was like.