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TeachingwithmrsO

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I am a teacher and SENDCo and are constantly trying to find ways to meet all the needs in our school. If I find something that works for me, I love sharing it in hopes that it could work for you. Find me on instagram: @teachingwithmrso

I am a teacher and SENDCo and are constantly trying to find ways to meet all the needs in our school. If I find something that works for me, I love sharing it in hopes that it could work for you. Find me on instagram: @teachingwithmrso
Reminder watches for those forgetful minds
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Reminder watches for those forgetful minds

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These are excellent resources to have lying around the classroom. When children need to remember something for when they get home, they have it written on their watch. When they get home, that visual reminder helps them to complete that task at home. Through the act of physically removing the watch when they are home, they are remembering the task they so easily keep forgetting. Children with processing disorders, ASD, ADHD, dyslexia etc will benefit greatly from this as you are providing them with an opportunity to remember a task they know they will likely forget the moment they leave those school gates. There is no better feeling then when a child asks for one of these themselves as it just shows their ability to take responsibility for themselves - which is ultimately what we are trying to instill in them in the first place. So print this out in the heap loads, have them all cut out, ready and waiting in a drawer so that you (or them) can write their task down to remember for when they get home. You can use glue, sticky tape or any other creative material to attach the watch onto the wrist. My class love them.
Get me to green
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Get me to green

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This resource is based on the zone of regulation whereby a child identifies that they are not in a state of calm and then execute a task that helps them get to that calm (green zone) state. This book is interactive, child friendly and allows communication with an adult without actually having to speak. There is a four step process to it: 1.) What zone am I in now? 2.) What zone to I want to be in? 3.) What can I do to get there? 4.) What zone am I in now? It uses velcro in each section which is an excellent sensory activity for children.It also allows them to feel through that act of completion through more than one sense For a quick glance in the book, check out the link below: https://www.instagram.com/p/CEETBTcBZVD/
Word of the day
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Word of the day

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An excellent resource for children to do each day to help build vocabulary or to even have laminated on the display board as a 5 minute interactive lesson starter.
Addition sheet
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Addition sheet

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Taken from the ‘one a day’ booklet, this sheet allows children to practise their addtion skills using addition equations. Using a dice that generates single digit numbers, children can find patterns and practice bonds when adding numbers together.
Let's communicate
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Let's communicate

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This resource is excellent for teachers, SENDCOs, ELSAs and 1:1 TAs. This provides children that opportunity to plan out their day through the use of visuals and not by having to rely on verbal communication. It involves visual timetable for the day now and next board emotion check in three times in the day reward card they are working towards brain break activities stamina card When bound together to form a book, it can become the perfect communication recourse for a child who needs those visuals to help communicate. For a video on how this book looks, check out the link below: https://www.instagram.com/p/CCJcl8zBuPj/
Teacher planner 20-21
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Teacher planner 20-21

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A teacher planner that doesn’t cost the earth yet has all the things to make a teaching year successful. Based on 6 half terms conducive to the British education calendar - starting in September. The planner includes all the months of the year (a month per page with space to make notes) week by week plan for each term of the year (spread over two pages) section to take CPD notes section to take briefing notes (or notes for other meetings) teaching standards and a place to track where you meet the standards (ideal for NQTS or first time teachers) birthday chart parent meeting log homework tracker SEN section to keep track of particular needs page for a seating plan ( one for each term) page to keep track of intervention groups parent information parent evening tracker report tracker a couple pages at the end for general note taking For a quick glance in the book, check out the link below: https://www.instagram.com/p/CB0aW1LBFVj/
My one a day
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My one a day

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This book contains three subjects with 5 activities in each subject. The aim is to provide the child with three activities each day for a 5 day week. When the book is laminated then at the end of the week, it can all be rubbed out to repeat the process again for a new week. The book includes: English: word of the day SPaG hunt story planning and writing reading challenge root words, prefix and suffix Maths: number of the day addition practice partitioning numbers play (like in the TV show count down) concept of the day planet of the day Creative curriculum: country of the day periodic element of the day RE of the day life cycles planet of the day For a quick glance in the book, check out the link below: https://www.instagram.com/p/B_5Kz7rH1OI/ Because COVID has kept children out of school for so long, and now with the 6 week summer holiday, this would be an excellent opportunity to keep children working on those recall skills to help them start their new year with the confidence they need.
Polymer clay emotions faces (8 faces per set)
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Polymer clay emotions faces (8 faces per set)

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Faces for self regulation. A child friendly resource that helps children express how they are feeling by identifying with the expressions on the faces. The feel of the clay is aesthetically pleasing for children with sensory needs and the inviting colours provide them with the opportunity to explore how each face is shaped. The idea is that children use these faces to express how they are feeling without having to rely on verbal communication. This is an excellent way to get non verbal, ASD or any other children who battle to express themselves to show how they are feeling. This set comes in the colours (2 faces per colour): dark blue dark green yellow cherry red If you are interested in a set, find me on my etsy account, link below: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/855681549/polymer-clay-emotions-faces-8-faces-per?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=polymer+clay+faces&ref=sr_gallery-1-14&organic_search_click=1&frs=1&cns=1
Number of the day
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Number of the day

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A quick Math recall activity to help solidify place value and keep those brains sharp around numbers It is also an excellent resource to have laminated on the display board and encourage children to engage in throughout the day.
Transition bookmark
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Transition bookmark

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A bookmark that can sit in any book throughout the year to help ease the transition worries from one year group to the next. The bright and colourful nature of the bookmark allows for even further easing of all those transition feelings. The bookmark helps children work through thoughts and feelings by including the following areas: teachers name and description/picture best memories of the current year comparison between what next year will look like (from the teacher) and preconceived ideas of the year already held by the child worries around next year and strategies known to help alleviate those anxieties aspirations, ambitions and a reminder of known friends and adults that will be there in the upcoming year. This is an excellent resource for all children but especially for children who are SEN. It combines SALT notions with opportunities to embed self-regulation to help equip children t manage the transition into their new year group. This is even more important now as children have had a broken year of school due to the pandemic.