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I'm a primary school teacher with 6 years experience. I spent five years in Year 1 and recently moved to Year 3. I work at British School in Qatar and love the opportunities it has given me being out there. I'd like to offer my resources to support others

I'm a primary school teacher with 6 years experience. I spent five years in Year 1 and recently moved to Year 3. I work at British School in Qatar and love the opportunities it has given me being out there. I'd like to offer my resources to support others
Vipers Resources
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Vipers Resources

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A selection of resources and posters to support the Literacy Shed, Reading Vipers in class. Vipers bookmarks (print these back to back) - can be printed for each child and put in their reading folders. Helps to support parents understanding of Vipers and provide question stems for them to ask their children while reading at home. Vipers posters - can used for display in class Vipers questions - A selection of questions for each viper for use in the classroom. Can be put into pots, taped to lolly sticks, attached to lanyards.
Multiplication games and activities
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Multiplication games and activities

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A selection of quick fire activities for the 2-12 times tables. Each slide has a range of different tasks to support the multiplication chosen. Great for little time fillers to consolidate the children’s multiplication skills. Plus an extra slide with quick games you can play in pairs, groups or with the whole class.
Socially distance brain breaks
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Socially distance brain breaks

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In a socially distanced classroom, where children aren’t allowed the freedom to roam around, and maybe don’t even have their time outside to run around and be with their friends, breaks are needed. These brain breaks have been put together to allow for distancing in the classroom. They can be done behind their chair or sat at their desk and will give them that 5 minute break they need from their work to refresh and get back on track.
Socially distanced brain breaks
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Socially distanced brain breaks

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In a socially distanced classroom where children aren’t allowed the freedom to roam among friends during their break times, you need to allow children the breaks to relax and take their mind off work for a moment. This resource will allow them to choose an activity that can be completed from their desk or standing behind the chair, without movement around the classroom or being partnered with a friend.
Questioning strategies
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Questioning strategies

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As teachers questioning is something we do all day everyday to challenge the children to think and get them involved in the lessons. It’s also a big part of AFL to help us create feedback and use this to help then progress. This resource should help to develop questioning in the classroom and really ensure children are given appropriate thinking time to develop their engagement and understanding.