A display poster which helps explain the difference between there, their and they’re.
This Google Slides / PowerPoint Presentation includes activities, video links, writing tasks, story time and art ideas linked to the movie ‘Inside Out’. It focuses on exploring what makes each child unique by creating their own personality islands. Children explore different emotions and feelings; they learn about their emotions and how we look after our minds.
I made this ‘Virtual Meet the Teacher’ Google Slides presentation template for teachers to edit and use to share with children and parents. I have included links to other slides and included a home button which brings you back to the first slide. In the boxes, I added: photos and classroom information as well as a short video of myself. You can download and upload into Google Slides and continue to edit or edit as a PowerPoint. Enjoy!
Pastel rainbow headers which can be used in Google forms and Google Classroom.
This worksheet is great for the first week back to school in 2020 and after many children have been away from school. It’s a nice ice breaker activity which can open conversions about any worries or questions the children might have! Enjoy!
This pastel academic calendar can be used in the classroom as well as at home. There are also extra days of the week, dates and month cards which can be cut and used in the pages to show the current day. There is also a web Google Slides / Powerpoint version of this resource available on my TES store.
Rainbow and Cloud theme Classroom job display. A great resource to put on display in your classroom. You can either add children’s photos to the squares or names.
I created this rounding rhyme to help my class in maths when rounding numbers to 10 or 100.
This is a PDF ‘make your own glossary’ template which I use for key stage two children when learning about the use of dictionaries and exploring meaning of new vocabulary.
This is a pastel coloured ‘Meet the Teacher’ sheet which can be used to introduce yourself to your class.
This display poster uses my own teacher Bitmoji to create a step by step poster. It explains the steps children can follow if they come across a problem or need help. This is great for developing their independence!