Students write a review for a recently read book using Twitter's rules of 140 characters or less. Think carefully about every character you use and when checked, send out a tweet or just stick your page to the wall for the class to see.
Three different counting charts based around money and the classic 100s chart. The target is different on each chart;
A) 1 cent increments from 1c to $1.00
B) 10 cent increments from 10c to $10.00
C) $1 increments from $1 to $100.
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A small pack of 5 activities to support the reading of Roald Dahl's classic 'The Witches'. Looking at reading comprehension, understanding between real and make-believe, identifying detail and applying some creativity based on understanding of the
Floor Letters is a simple game, used to reinforce chosen spelling words. A teacher-led game for a small group (2-10 players) for grades 2-6.
Included is five photocopiable sets of cards. Copy them onto thicker coloured paper (a different colour for
This is a set of slides I use to introduce estimation to my Year 3 students. The slides show goes through the purpose of estimation and the steps to estimating double-digit plus double-digit. There are some questions on the slides for the whole
This is an iPad agreement form that all students from Grade 3 upwards at our school agree to and sign before using our school iPads. It allows us to talk about student responsibility in using technology and fall back on something if/when the user
Simple, colourful cards, good for up to ten groups. Personally, I mostly use them when I want to split my class for group work and I have specific places where I want them to sit. I have the cards laminated so they last a couple of years. There are
Following the principal of rainbow numbers (the two numbers that add together to make 10 ie. 1/9, 2/8, 3/7, 4/6, 5/5), I've created a colourful chart that depicts this theory. Understanding these combinations and having instant recall of them is
Practice skip counting and learning multiples with Factor House. Students use a set of jumbled up number cards in multiples of 2,3,4,5 or 6,7,8,9 and place them order from smallest to highest. The activity works and looks best when printed A3 size
PDF flashcards for the 8 x multiplication tables. Bright and simple slides in a friendly font ready for the class to read along with. 25 slides in total, with and without the answers and a full page of the 8x tables at the end.