These cards contain small reward ideas that give teachers no extra work! Recognizing a good job enforces positivity and encourages motivation from the children therefore having these small rewards can support this.
This is a very common resource but thought i’d share this simple homemade one created on word. Very effective in visually reminding the children of the expectations of the noise levels in the classroom for specific tasks.
This is a very common resource already used by teachers to visually support routine and schedule. I wanted to make this as colourful as possible in order to make the subjects within it look exciting and intriguing.
This virtual classroom comes packed with resources and links included. You can edit it to suit your class too. This is an engaging and visual way to approach your remote learning!
Virtual Classroom - editable I am so glad you have downloaded this resource. This virtual classroom can be used to help guide the children around google classroom, seesaw or any other websites you want to link. You can add these links by clicking on an object - insert - link - and you’re set! Virtual Newsletter - editable I am so glad you have downloaded this resource. This virtual Newsletter is a great way to make contact with parents and your children google classroom, seesaw or any other learning platform. You can delete what I have written and change it to suit your class! Both of these resources are sold individually for £2 on my page Enjoy:)
This virtual bitmoji classroom is the perfect resource to help guide your parents and children during their remote learning. You can add links that will take them to their tasks, google classroom, seesaw, or any other websites! A homely classroom for at home learning:)
This virtual newsletter is a great way to make contact with parents and your children google classroom, seesaw or any other learning platform. You can delete what I have written and change it to suit your class!
This resource is a great visual aid in distributing jobs to help the everyday running of the classroom. It gives the kids a little more responsibility and gives teachers one less thing to think about! Things you will need to put together: Black Card (Cheap from hobbycraft) Tape to stick two pieces of card together Glue pegs (add children’s names and hook to which job they will do)
Similar to using lollipop sticks, these ‘Find Your Partner’ cards are a useful resource for when a teacher wants to randomize partners for the lesson. There are two of each number so the child can find their partner with the corresponding number. An easy yet effective teacher resource!
These lanyards can be used to encourage the children to ask their peers for help rather than always resorting to their teacher first. Having a couple of children who feel confident in what they are doing to be an ‘expert’ allows the class to easily identify who they could turn to for help and will give those who are already confident a bit of a challenge! Encouraging communication such as this in the classroom will also develop teamwork skills in this area.
I always found it frustrating when trying to find a class or teacher and could not find them. This chart is designed to be placed on a classroom door to inform other members of staff where you will be as an easy way of communication amongst staff and pupils.
I made this wall display for two reasons: My class struggle with independence therefore i wanted to create something that promotes decision making and responsibility. This will take pressure off teachers when kids are finishing work at different times as, rather than having to think of tasks to fill the time, they are there and ready to go! The ‘ask me i’m an expert’ lanyards are also available to download1
I am so glad you have downloaded this resource. This list of at home activities will give your children and their families some great ideas to fill in any extra time at home during online learning!