A bright, modern and stylish display based around ‘Reading Vipers’.
A colour coded design helps students to understand and learn question stems relating to each reading question type, as well as giving them hints and suggestions to help them.
This display works with the ‘Reading Vipers’ resources designed by ‘The Literacy Shed’, but is not endorsed or affiliated with them.
Now Updated White version now included to save on printing costs.
This is designed to be colour printed in either A4 or A3 sizes so that all lettering is visible.
A range of resources designed to support the teaching of reading skills and can be used alongside Reading Vipers.
Reading Skills/Strategy Sheet
Icons to use on planning, powerpoint, display
PDF of a reading skills display
A pack containing everything you could possibly need to create an exciting and useful learning environment centered around English.
This Pack Contains:
Alan Pete Exciting Sentence Display Pack
Reading Vipers Display Pack
Word Class Display
Synonymns for Said Display
A bright and attractive display to promote 'Building Learning Power'.
This display contains tittle lettering, BLP superhero shields with corresponding characters, all of the BLP objectives colour coded and a sign which should be laminated so that you can record that target for that week/day/term.
A free resource to use when gathering feedback on a whole-class set of books or work.
To be used when marking a set of books in order to give general feedback to the whole class on a range of issues, as well as singling children out to praise or identifying those in need of additional support.
Includes a PowerPoint of the pro forma so that you are able to edit or type.
A resource designed to support children in choosing more precise vocabulary when describing emotions or situations.
Originally created with the aim of supporting children in reading and writing sessions, but may also be useful for PSHE sessions.
An A4 sheet, designed to be placed into books.
A larger version of each word (plus some extras I couldn’t fit on the sheet), which could be used as a display.
Both in PDF format to preserve formatting.
A bright and stylish classroom display pack.
A collection of over 25 exciting sentences to inspire detailed and creative writing, along with a large display heading.
Each sentence contains a title, two examples and the rule for children to follow.
The sentences are displayed on stylish and retro banners with clear and legible text underneath.
This display contains the Alan Peat Exciting Sentences. The sentences are available for free elsewhere online for people to access - I claim no ownership over that material.
The cost for this resource is purely for the display and format of the information.
A bright and smart looking display to help to create a growth mindset 'climate' in your classroom.
It includes 8 steps which children will progress through on their way to having a true growth mindset.
Includes an optional title to go along with the display.
This is a bright and attractive resource which should be displayed as part of an English display to help children to recognise the various word classes.
The set includes several word classes, with a definition, an example and a breakdown of each example. The hexagons are colour coded to help children match the examples with the definitions.
This resource is supplied with both a PDF version, which retains the fonts and designs as originally intended, and a powerpoint version, which you are then free to adapt to your own needs.
Also included is a set of blank hexagons, should you wish to include different examples. You may wish to laminate the blank hexagons and write on examples which are suggested by the students, which can then be wiped and changed as and when you wish.
A bright and attractive resource designed to help children to improve their writing.
Comprising several different categories including 'Angrily', 'Quietly' and 'Question'.
Display up in the classroom so that children can edit their own writing.
TALK FOR LEARNING - T4L
Encourage deep and meaningful conversations between your students to aid their leaning with this attractive and clear display.
You can choose which way children will discuss and share the information depending on which T4L strategy you specify.
This display is available in blue, orange and red versions to help fit into any classroom.
This is a bright and attractive resource which should be displayed on numeracy displays, in classrooms and in other learning environments.
Each set of hexagons represent the same number in 6 different ways:
1. Numerically 2. Written English 3. Written French or Spanish (both included) 4. Tens and Units 5. Money 6. Roman Numerals
Also included is a set of black hexagons, should you wish to extend beyond 20, or use a different language.
This resource will help children to recognise the various representations of numbers which will enable them to be more successful at making links in their learning.
This is a bright and attractive resource which should be displayed on numeracy displays, in classrooms and in other learning environments and used as a morning activity or alongside regular maths sessions.
A bright and attractive display resource designed to show your class birthdays.
The resource includes large month cards, designed with relevant emoji symbols to represent a key event from that month. The also included is an editable powerpoint file to add names to the colour coded signs.
There are two types of signs included:
1. Simple Name - Just to simply include the child's name on a colour matched sign
2. Photo - A large space to include a photo of the child, with their name underneath.
A grid which is designed to be used by individual children to track their progress towards the '100 score'.
There are two versions of this grid included.
The PDF contains a version with pre-populated 2018 *estimated* '100 score' - based on the previous years tests (plus a little extra in some cases, just to be sure) and a blank version to manually write in your scores.
The PowerPoint comes with a version where you can type in your own '100 scores' - which can be used in future years, as the score will inevitably fluctuate.
It is the correct size to fit into the backs of most exercise books, so children can record the progress themselves.