Food Dominos: A large set of dominos which can be played on the carpet or table. It contains fantastic clipart images of a range of foods. Can be used to promote social skills as well as literacy and language development and a super resource for EAL
This a Powerpoint Presentation looking at celebrating differences. Children will be shown a class photograph to recognise differences and then asked to what it would be like if every child was the same in the class. The
Alien Word Cards: This publisher document contains many alien words written on flashcards each one with different alien pictures. I have made them in exactly the same format as the phonics screening check, so that it is familiar for the
Literacy Planning: A copy of my termly planning for the topic of toys. There are six detailed weekly plans covering whole class teaching and activities for Upper Middle and Lower abilities in the class. Each weekly plan has a clear literacy
Dinosaur Colourings: A selection of dinosaur colourings based upon many different types of dinosaurs.Dinosaur A to Z: A set of dinosaurs (6 different dinosaurs) with a letter on each written in comic sans font. Some ideas for their use.
Elmer Writing Activity Booklet: A fantastic booklet for children to complete either independently or with support. This booklet contains a range of opportunities for writing as well as time fillers and finishing activities. Children will be able to
Dear Zoo Story: Using a PowerPoint format children can be shown the Dear Zoo story.
Going to the Zoo Song: By clicking on this you will hear the song "We're going to the zoo", this is the backing track.
Ordering Sentences: Using a smartboard
I have been ICT Leader in my school (now Computing Lead) for the past 9 years and during this time I have been kept upto date with the latest legislation and expectations for the teaching of Computing by attending networking meetings, ICT
Ryan's Toybox: "Ryan's bedroom has a toybox inside Ryan's toybox there are some cars and motorbikes. He sits down and counts how many wheels are in the toybox, Ryan counts 12!"
Children are shown on the next slides cars and motorbikes and can use