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Strategy Board Games for Critical Thinking
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Strategy Board Games for Critical Thinking

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This is a set of 10 board games that work on STRATEGY rather than CHANCE. The only equipment you need is counters/markers. Provided in both colour and black/white. Easy-to-follow instructions are written on the game boards. All games are for 2 players. These games develop skills such as: ♦ strategic thinking ♦ logical thinking ♦ spatial perception ♦ planning ahead ♦ social interaction (not played on a screen!) Games: ♦ Spiralin’ ♦ Slide it! ♦ Sandwich ♦ Choices ♦ Pretwa ♦ Block ♦ Len Choa ♦ Nine Holes ♦ Tapatan ♦ Nine Field Kono Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
Reflection Questions for the end of the day
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Reflection Questions for the end of the day

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50 reflection questions / prompts for the end of the school day. 50 questions displayed on your choice of cards or strips. Provided in black/white and colour. UK and US spelling (only affected one word – favourite/favorite) 2 cards displayed on each page. 16 strips displayed on each page. Included: ♦ 50 questions on cards - colour ♦ 50 questions on card – black and white ♦ 50 questions on strips - colour ♦ 50 questions on strips – black and white ♦ Additional cards/strips for US spelling A variety of thought-provoking questions that encourage students to reflect on their day at school. Suitable for all age groups. Examples: ♦ What are some ways that you could share your learning with your family and friends? ♦ If your teacher asked you to hand out a certificate today, who would you give it to? What would you write on it? ♦ What could you do tomorrow that might improve someone else’s day at school? ♦ What did you find challenging today? What did you do to manage the challenge? ♦ List 10 things about school that you appreciate. ♦ Did any activities today help you to understand things better than other activities you’ve tried? ♦ If you could have this day again, what would you do differently? What would you do the same? ♦ What school values did you show today? Give examples. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
Back To School Activity – All About Me Stars
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Back To School Activity – All About Me Stars

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A fun, creative activity to help you get to know your students at the beginning of the school year. Make a star and hang your ‘galaxy of learners’ from the ceiling. The front of the star has flaps that open to reveal a picture of the student (draw a self-portrait or glue a photo) and the back shows 8 pictures of your student’s favourite things. Two Templates: ♦ With headings (see list below) ♦ Blank – add your own ‘favourite’ categories The 8 Favourite Things: ♦ Holiday location ♦ Food ♦ Animal ♦ Hobby ♦ TV Programme ♦ Game ♦ Colour ♦ Sport Template with US spelling/vocabulary is also included: color, program, vacation (instead of holiday). Two Paper Sizes: ♦ A4 size ♦ Letter size Easy-to-follow instructions are included. Each star requires two pieces of paper (front and back template). Approximate size: 18cm in diameter. Great as a classroom activity or set it as a homework project during the first 1-2 weeks of school. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
FIREWORK SAFETY -  Secret Code Wheel  -  Guy Fawkes / Diwali / 4th of July
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FIREWORK SAFETY - Secret Code Wheel - Guy Fawkes / Diwali / 4th of July

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Fireworks are used as part of many celebrations … Guy Fawkes, 4th of July, New Year, Diwali, Eid Al Adha, … Let’s teach our students to be safe around fireworks by using this super-fun secret code wheel. In this resource you will get … ♦ the template to make the code wheel. ♦ 30 firework safety rules for your students to decipher. ♦ themed paper for your students to write their own secret message on. ♦ 30 firework safety rules to display on your wall. ♦ teacher instructions. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
Gumboot Friday - FREE - Design a gumboot
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Gumboot Friday - FREE - Design a gumboot

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Gumboot Friday is a fundraiser for free mental health counselling for kids in New Zealand. Get your students involved with this FREE print-and-go worksheet. IDEAS: Design a gumboot - eg pictures/symbols/colours that make me happy (mentally well) Write words in the gumboot - eg things I can do to keep a smile on my face Made on A4 size paper. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources