I created this lettering for my English display. I filled the letters with extracts and illustrations from my favourite books! I hope you like it!
I’ve collected a bank of brain break ideas to use in the classroom when it is obvious the children are losing momentum during learning. Most of these brain break ideas I have found online or are short activites I used prior to making this handy resource.
I made these plenary activity cards for quick access towards the end of the lesson. Please note these ideas are not original as I have found them online. I have edited some names/descriptions and put my own spin on the design. I hope you like them!
I made these reading comprehension questions and stuck them onto lollipop sticks using double sided tape. I think they will look lovely in the classroom and easy to grab when doing guided reading/listening to individual readers.
Come September a lot of children will struggle with coming to terms with the "new school normal’ - I wanted a quick and simple way for the children to indicate how they were feeling at the beginning of each school day. I have labelled the pegs with the children’s initials and they will be asked to attach their peg back to front in an attempt to keep some anonymity for the children. I printed this resource on coloured paper to save on ink!
I made these synonym cards for the children to expand and vary the vocabulary they use in their writing!
Here is a collection of illustrations from the classic Roal Dahl books and the newer David Walliams books all illustrated by Quentin Blake. I will be using them in my reading corner or as a reward for reading achievements! I hope you like them.
I created these cards using inspiration I had found on Instagram. I think they are lovely and hope they will improve teacher-parent communication. Too often parents only get contact for something negative, so I think these will be fabulous to share the children’s achievements in the classroom. I printed mine off in card, so that I could still write on them but they would be that little bit more sturdy!
This document includes a set of labels, with the correct dimensions to fit the 12 drawer VonHaus store organiser. I have made these ones blank so that you can choose your own design and font but rest assured they will definitley fit first time! (These are the exact size I printed and they were perfect!) If you have the 30 drawers you can just copy and paste!
I created these times table cards to for quick access to times table revision!
I made this a little visual reminded to vary vocabulary in dialogue and to not rely on the word ‘said’! I selected a bunch of said synonyms and added my bitmoji for a fun element! When I printed mine out I used patterened paper to save on ink but you can always edit yours and add a background!
I use the circular labels for coat pegs and rectangular for drawer labels.
I decided to upload the teacher toolkit labels I designed as I had a lot of interest on my Instagram page @yesmissdaniel. These are designed to fit the 12 drawer VonHaus store organiser. If you have the 30 drawer set just copy and paste! If you want the right size labels but would like to add your own design I also have a blank document you can download.
After researching transition activities online I have created this resource for the children to complete in the first week back in September. It is a fun way to get to know the children and think they will look fab displayed around the classroom!