A set of six dots that can be used to help with noise level management. Each dot has one of the following statements:
Silence is Golden - Spy Talk - Partner Bubble - Formal Normal - Loud Crowd - Out of Control
In my class, these are tied in a
This polka dot, chevron, striped and plain set of digital papers in a navy, coral and light pink palette will be ideal for classroom design and display as well as resource-creation and general scrapbooking.
12 polka dot patterns
A rainbow set of polka-dot posters that you can use to guide your children through the writing process.
The steps include:
I put my kiddies' names on
A house-shaped frame for success criteria (WILF) with the 'Foundations of Writing' holding the house up.
I use this on the whiteboard and build my success criteria for any piece of writing with the children on the whiteboard inside the frame. It
A polka-dot framed chalkboard poster with the key criteria necessary for successful discussion. These can be discussed with the class and used as a basis/reminder for any paired or group discussion.
In my class, we occasionally refer to them before
A set of guidelines for marking writing. It explains the codes you could use to annotate writing in formative feedback and uses the 'Tickled Pink' and 'Green for Growth' system, which is based on using pink ink for positive comments and green for
These cards can help you set up a rotation for all your class guided reading needs. They include day/lesson cards 1-5 and groups A-E, alongside activity cards as follows:
Listen to Reading
Pictures of a Learning Family to use as visual prompts alongside the following learning acronyms:
WALT is the boy - We Are Learning To... (learning objective)
WILF is the girl - What I'm Learning For... (success criteria)
WAGOLL is the boy - What A