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Working Walls with Guest Blogger Pixie Anne

Welcome to another guest blogger ~ Pixie Anne with some ideas to help you with Hello! I'm Pixie Anne from Growing Little Learners and I am delighted to be blogging here at the amazing Adventures in Literacy Land today to share how we use a Working Wall in Literacy in my classroom. Working Walls are such a great way to have an up to date, relevant, child led display that supports learning in the classroom and helps the children to see the bigger picture and learning journey they are on! An…

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Working Walls - Literacy and Maths

As well as my enquiry (topic) displays and other wider curriculum displays I have two working walls in my classroom - Literacy and Maths. These displays are not put up at the beginning of a unit of work they evolve and develop as the children's work progresses. At the beginning of the unit they often look bare but have key features of the genre or maths unit of work the children are currently working on. Throughout the unit examples of successful work or strategies to solve questions will be…

There are four key areas to the Big maths scheme, counting, calculation, learn it's and it's nothing new. These cover what the children's previous knowledge is, what is new knowledge that they are learning, and two key elements in calculation and counting practice. Classroom Displays, Maths, Mathematics, Counting, Knowledge, Bullet Journal, Layout, Key, Learning

There are four key areas to the Big maths scheme, counting, calculation, learn it's and it's nothing new. These cover what the children's previous knowledge is, what is new knowledge that they are learning, and two key elements in calculation and counting practice.