Hero image

Susanna Hawes' Shop

Average Rating5.00
(based on 1 reviews)

Scottish Probationary Teacher in Primary Four

Scottish Probationary Teacher in Primary Four
Common, Proper and Abstract Nouns: Worksheet
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Common, Proper and Abstract Nouns: Worksheet

(0)
Common, Proper and Abstract Nouns: Worksheet Answers Common Nouns matching Abstract Nouns opposites Proper Noun grammar corrections. Harry Potter Extract - Find the Common, Proper and Abstract Nouns. Create your own sentences using Common, Proper and Abstract Nouns.
Verb and Adverb Charade Cards
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Verb and Adverb Charade Cards

(0)
These cards can be cut up and played like traditional charades. This can be used as an introduction or fast finisher to allow the pupils to identify the verbs and adverbs. Turn over the cards and ask the pupils to add in some of their own ideas.
French - Colours, Lin es and Shapes PPT
susannamhawessusannamhawes

French - Colours, Lin es and Shapes PPT

(0)
This PPT resource can be used to introduce shapes, colours and lines in French. The powerpoint runs through all the aspects and then allows for recall. I created a Kahoot Quiz for the plenary: https://create.kahoot.it/share/lines-shapes-and-colours/16b87957-c1e4-4db8-bd22-d328b7b5b54a
Noise Monitor
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Noise Monitor

(0)
This noise monitor can be used to monitor noise within your classroom. This fun display keeps pupils engaged and can be edited to add in your own bitmoji.
Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases

(0)
This powerpoint gives definitions of adverbs, adverbial phrases and what they are used for. It gives working examples of how to build a sentence and then gives the pupils the chance to create their own. This PPT scaffolds the pupils learning through the lesson if they need more guidance and support.
'y' Vowel Sound
susannamhawessusannamhawes

'y' Vowel Sound

(0)
PPT that supports the development of the ‘y’ Vowel Sound. This can be used as part of the ‘say it, read it and write it’ phase of a literacy lesson.
'ee' and 'ea' Vowel Sound
susannamhawessusannamhawes

'ee' and 'ea' Vowel Sound

(0)
PPT that supports the development of the ‘ee’ and ‘ea’ Vowel Sound. This can be used as part of the ‘say it, read it and write it’ phase of a literacy lesson.
Kandinsky Snail
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Kandinsky Snail

(0)
I created this template for an art project that I did with my P1 class. We learnt about Wassily Kandinsky, studied his famous ‘circles’ and then created our own using oil pastels and the templates. This linked with the literacy learning for the week as the sound was ‘ai’. (snail)
Fast Finisher Cards
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Fast Finisher Cards

(0)
This resource will help with pupils who finish their work before others. These include a range of ideas, link in with all curriculum areas and can be used solo, in pairs or in groups. With 50 fast finisher ideas your pupils will always have something to do! When printing, these can be altered to the size of choice. I printed them off at 50% and have kept them in a jar for easy access.
Brain Breaks
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Brain Breaks

(0)
This resource will help when your class needs a brain break. These include a range of ideas, link in with curriculum areas and can be used solo, in pairs or in groups. With 50 brain break ideas your class will always be relaxed and ready for their next task. When printing, these can be altered to the size of choice. I printed them off at 50% and have kept them in a jar for easy access.
Counting in 2s
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Counting in 2s

(0)
This powerpoint scaffolds and supports learners as they are introduced to counting in 2s. The pupils can count along as the numbers and pictures appear.
Mental Health Check In
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Mental Health Check In

(0)
This rainbow check in display can be used to monitor the moods of the pupils in your class. I created small names labels with blue tac so that the pupils can move their names over each morning.
Traffic Lights
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Traffic Lights

(0)
I created this traffic light resource to support formative assessment within the classroom. I printed, laminated and cut these out and put one on each of my students desks. I put a counter on each traffic light and asked the pupils to move them to the colour depending on how they felt the lesson went, what their understanding was etc. This allowed me to assess their understanding throughout and after a lesson.
Common, Proper and Abstract Nouns: Worksheet Answers
susannamhawessusannamhawes

Common, Proper and Abstract Nouns: Worksheet Answers

(0)
Common, Proper and Abstract Nouns: Worksheet Answers Common Nouns matching Abstract Nouns opposites Proper Noun grammar corrections. Harry Potter Extract - Find the Common, Proper and Abstract Nouns. Create your own sentences using Common, Proper and Abstract Nouns.