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Sarah's Little Shop

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You never know what you might find on the shelves in my shop! Anything from 'Let's go on a Dinosaur Adventure!' to my most popular 'Fronted Adverbials' (yes, really!) The mixture of themes and ages reflects my role in school as a regular supply teacher. I love creating interesting, colourful, interactive resources which engage the children and stimulate learning. Many resources are for RE, PSHE and phonics. I hope you enjoy browsing. I'd love to hear what you think!

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You never know what you might find on the shelves in my shop! Anything from 'Let's go on a Dinosaur Adventure!' to my most popular 'Fronted Adverbials' (yes, really!) The mixture of themes and ages reflects my role in school as a regular supply teacher. I love creating interesting, colourful, interactive resources which engage the children and stimulate learning. Many resources are for RE, PSHE and phonics. I hope you enjoy browsing. I'd love to hear what you think!
Fronted adverbials
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Fronted adverbials

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Colourful, simple slides explaining fronted adverbials, giving examples and opportunities for children to practise. Includes a challenge which could be used in a plenary. Please let me know how it goes...I haven't specifically taught this before!
An introduction to Judaism
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An introduction to Judaism

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Colourful slides introducing Shabbat, Hebrew, mezuzah, Bar Mitzvah etc. Includes challenges and worksheets and a Judaism Detectives quiz with clues to print off and place around the room. please comment.
Let's go to France!
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Let's go to France!

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A collection of images to provoke interest and discussion about France. Includes picture map, how to get there, French food, Eiffel tower and French children. Please comment if you have time!
Commas in lists
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Commas in lists

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Interactive slides, simple explanation with opportunities to practise on whiteboards and follow-up independent activity.
Time connectives
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Time connectives

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Colourful slides introducing range of time connectives. Includes a 'Spot the time connective&' challenge which can be done as a class or printed for paired work. There is also a group challenge and idea for individual recording.
I can set a goal
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I can set a goal

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A series of colourful slides to encourage children to think about the best ways to set and achieve goals. Includes 'Problems' to print off and give to groups to discuss and act out. Please comment.
What makes me special and different?
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What makes me special and different?

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A fun, interactive activity. Print and cut up these little pictures for children to collect. They only collect the pictures that apply to them. Pairs can then share and compare pictures and even stick them onto a personal 'poster.&'
Prepositions
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Prepositions

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An introduction to prepositions with simple class activity and 'Preposition wall&' followed by differentiated tasks at 3 levels to print off. please comment if you have time.
Personal hygiene
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Personal hygiene

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Simple interactive slides to engage young children in discussion about personal hygiene using 'Dirty Bertie character. There is a link to a board game to follow up the lesson. Please comment if you have time.&'
Night and day
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Night and day

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Images of night and day with simple sentences and questions. Pictures of nocturnal animals with labels. What do we do in the daytime? Colouring sheet idea for continuous provision. Please leave a comment if you have time!
Phonics ue, ew and u-e
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Phonics ue, ew and u-e

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List of words to read and practise one at a time. Clues to the words followed by the answer and cartoon. Suggested iboard game and Bingo follow-up.
What do we know about Jesus?
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What do we know about Jesus?

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Colourful slides which encourage discussion including key Christian beliefs, what Jesus might have looked like, how he behaved etc. Includes tasks and wordbanks to print off. Please comment.
Maps
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Maps

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A selection of maps including a child's simple map and a bird's eye view map of a school. Please leave a comment if you have time!
Imagine That! Exploring a Victorian attic. Scripted fantasy.
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Imagine That! Exploring a Victorian attic. Scripted fantasy.

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Scripted fantasies are powerful tools that teachers can use to transport children’s minds into a wealth of scenarios, adventures and mysteries. By provoking the imagination, children become curious; they wonder, they generate new ideas and explore possibilities beyond what is expected. This resource can be used with KS2 children as part of their Inventors and Inventions topic. The children close their eyes while you take them on an adventure in which they play a role. When they open their eyes, they will have lots to talk about! In addition to the script itself, there are notes for teachers explaining how to use it, images to show the children beforehand, a slide of questions to help children discuss their adventures and a slide of suggested follow-up activities. Some of the benefits are: ~Build on children’s natural enjoyment of make-believe ~Present opportunities for children to be successful; there are no right or wrong answers ~Help children develop the ability to think creatively ~Stimulate a creative mood in the classroom ~Have fun with thinking and language ~Help develop children’s listening and speaking skills ~Enrich and consolidate learning on a topic ~Ignite and excite imaginative thought ~Introduce new, colourful, descriptive language Teachers who have used this resource noticed an excitement in the children, including those with learning difficulties. They were keen to share their adventures and there was a noticeable improvement in their confidence to write freely.
Imagine That! Beyond the Aegean Sea ~ A Greek Adventure. Scripted fantasy.
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Imagine That! Beyond the Aegean Sea ~ A Greek Adventure. Scripted fantasy.

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Scripted fantasies are powerful tools that teachers can use to transport children’s minds into a wealth of scenarios, adventures and mysteries. By provoking the imagination, children become curious; they wonder, they generate new ideas and explore possibilities beyond what is expected. 'Beyond the Aegean Sea' can be used with upper KS2 children as part of their exploration of Ancient Greece. The class close their eyes and listen as you take them on a journey in which they themselves play a significant role. Benefits include: ~Build on children’s natural enjoyment of make-believe ~Present opportunities for children to be successful; there are no right or wrong answers ~Help children develop the ability to think creatively ~Stimulate a creative mood in the classroom ~Have fun with thinking and language ~Help develop children’s listening and speaking skills ~Enrich and consolidate learning on a topic ~Ignite and excite imaginative thought ~Introduce new, colourful, descriptive language In addition to the script itself, there are images to show the children beforehand, a slide of questions for follow-up discussion in small groups and a slide of suggested follow-up activities for the children to choose from including writing, role play and art work. Teachers who have used this resource noticed an excitement in the children, including those with learning difficulties. They were keen to share their adventures and there was a noticeable improvement in their confidence to write freely.