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Lovely Writing Target display using Twinkl resources. Great idea for the new school year! Year 2 Classroom, Classroom Display Boards, Ks1 Classroom, Early Years Classroom, Classroom Organisation, Primary Classroom, Classroom Displays, Reception Classroom Ideas, School Display Boards

Large Editable Writing Pencils

Use these editable writing pencils as a template in class to help children improve their handwriting. Follow the bright and colourful target cards to succeed!

How to get boys writing? Make it exciting! a great idea is via Year 1 Classroom, Early Years Classroom, Eyfs Classroom, Outdoor Classroom, Reception Classroom Ideas, Early Years Maths, Reception Activities, Classroom Design, Classroom Displays

How to get boys writing?

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This can be a beneficial sign to hang in the writing center or other wall of the classroom to give students ideas of what to individually write during writing workshop. Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Ideas, Expository Writing, Writing Resources, Writing Area, Work On Writing, Writing Station

Teacher's Pet » Classroom Inspiration

Welcome to Teacher's Pet your one stop shop for all of the very best in classroom resources including, posters, labels, games, activities, challenge cards, bunting and so, so much more!

What a brilliant idea - secret bat writing Super Hero Activities, Activities For Boys, Phonics Activities, Writing Activities, Activity Books, Kindergarten Writing, Activity Ideas, Superhero Writing, Superhero Classroom

Kinder Max on Twitter

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Pinning this as an idea to adapt.I wouldn't use the alphabet, but could adapt this to other skills we do in Grade. (Math, grammar, etc.) Simple, on-going collage alphabet chart using environmental print from magazines. Prek Literacy, Kindergarten Classroom, Early Literacy, Early Years Classroom, Literacy Stations, Kindergarten Literacy Centers, Year 1 Classroom, Reggio Classroom, Abc Centers

Joyful Learning in the Early Years

I am a Reggio Emilia inspired Full Day Kindergarten teacher and mother to three young children. This blog is meant as a communication tool for the families of our children and as a learning tool for the many educators who follow us. Please feel free to comment on posts and participate in our collective understanding of emergent curriculum.

A stunning word wall made by children from Ms. A stunning word wall made by children from Ms. Kindergarten Classroom Setup, Reggio Emilia Classroom, Welcome To Kindergarten, Reggio Inspired Classrooms, Reggio Classroom, Classroom Organisation, New Classroom, Classroom Setting, Kindergarten Literacy

Our Classroom Transformation

Hello everyone! Welcome to Kindergarten in Room 110! We are so excited to meet all of you and begin an amazing year together :) We have be...

Cute area for children to practise handwriting and enjoy writing - Belair - Make a Handwriting House Writing Corner, Writing Area, Pre Writing, Writing Skills, Letter Activities, Language Activities, Literacy Activities, Primary Classroom Displays, Reception Class

Collins for Education, Revision, Dictionaries, Atlases & ELT

Teaching and learning resources for primary, KS3, GCSE. IGCSE and A level. Revision, practise and exam preparation for all levels. Including Letts revision and home learning, books for Scottish education from Leckie & Leckie, and Keen Kite resources for primary schools.

Matching uppercase and lowercase letters with sticky notes. Part of the 101 Ways to Teach the Alphabet series from Gift of Curiosity Alphabet Crafts, Alphabet Activities, Preschool Alphabet, Teaching Abcs, Teaching The Alphabet, Preschool Learning, Sticky Note Crafts, Sticky Notes, Science Activities For Kids

Letter case matching with sticky notes {Gift of Curiosity}

Use sticky notes to create a fun and simple matching activity to help kids pair uppercase and lowercase letters that go together.