The original 'Oh The Places You'll Go' writing and craft 3D balloon activity! A great activity to do to get to know your students at the beginning of the year, a nice wrap up activity at the end of the year, or at anytime when studying Dr Seuss.
**EDIT: I have now added 6 bonus worksheets to consolidate and assess knowledge**
This pack of resources for Australian money aims to comprehensively teach students to recognise all Australian coins. It covers skills all the way from realising
This product covers every aspect of AusVELS Progression Point 2.0 for Mathematics. There aren't many of these around yet! Progression Point 2.0 is the expected level for the end of Grade 2. The file is intended as an end of year assessment but could
These posters explain each of the main text types that children are exposed to in the initial years of school. They are in child-friendly language so that kids can refer to them when writing each text type.
Included in this poster pack are:
This product covers every aspect of AusVELS Progression Point 1.0 for Mathematics. There aren't many of these around yet! Progression Point 1.0 is the expected level for the end of Grade 1. The file is intended as an end of year assessment but could
Flash card game to encourage your students to read with varied expression. Place cards face down in a pile. Students take turns picking up the card on top.
They then read using expression appropriate for their emotion card.
Cards can be used with
Simply match the scoops to the ice-cream cone! This game can be played individually, in pairs or as a whole class and students work on their number recognition, knowledge of place value and writing numbers in various ways. You can start with just
My Many Colored Days writing and craft activity! A great activity to do when studying Dr Seuss or when learning about similes or making connections. Two spelling options are included (favorite/favourite and color/colour).
Students select a color,
I had been looking for vowel digraphs crafts but couldn't find them anywhere, so I've made them! These cover nine weeks if doing one a week. The digraphs covered are:
ai - train
ea - pea pod
ee - bee
Magic E / Bossy E - magic wand
oa - boat
These skip counting puzzles work on developing the skills to count by 2's, 5's and 10's. Your students put the puzzles together by placing the skip-counting numbers in order. When the numbers are in the correct order, the puzzles form a variety of
These puzzles include all o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past times. To use, simply print and cut puzzles in to three pieces. Students then match the written time with the
analogue and digital times. This helps your class develop their
Place value tents are my must-have resource for teaching place value. They can be used to build numbers by stacking the tents and to develop an awareness of expanded notation by taking them apart.
Included are tents covering all ones, tens,
This bunting flag is great for the start of the year. There are two spelling versions - favourite/colour and favorite/color. Simply fold along the top and staple over string for an easy display!
There is also a page of white triangles. These are
This shape pack aims to build knowledge of 2D and 3D shapes. The shapes covered are: circles, ovals, pentagons, rectangles, triangles, hexagons, octagons, squares, pyramids, cones, cylinders, spheres, triangular prisms, cubes and rectangular
This set of alphabet posters features real-life photos on a natural wooden background.
Each letter is typed in Victorian Modern Cursive and is on a separate poster, perfect for displays! At the bottom of each poster is a caption that introduces
Are you always trying to maximise learning during your guided reading sessions?
Do you want to ensure that the work you are doing in guided reading links directly to AusVELS?
Are you looking for a way to differentiate for all the little learners
This activity introduces children to the skill of predicting. Students write a prediction of what they will do when they're older, then create a fortune telling craft to go with their writing.
After completing this activity, my students had a
Getting ready for school? Here is a pack of activities to use with your new class! They can be used at any time during the first weeks of school.
- All About Me poster (with two versions for favorite/favourite spellings)
These fairy tale cards are designed to help your students build on their inference skills! Hide them around the room or outside and have students work in groups to find them and determine which fairy tale is represented in their cards.
Which kids don't like dinosaurs?! This noun sort helps students to reinforce the idea of common and proper nouns.
This can be laminated and used in literacy groups or photocopied and pasted in workbooks.
Students simply need to cut out the nouns