Figurative language anchor charts/posters/cards. alliteration • hyperbole • idioms • metaphors personification • onomatopoeia • similes

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Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Adding Fun

A fun way to encourage addition math skills with cups and paper towel or toilet paper rolls - students can build their own adding machine

I think this is one of my favorite idea. Children think of everything as a competition, so by allowing them to see the good behavior of their peers would make them tighten up. I think this idea is a clear Way to let the kids know when to stop and what is going to happen if they don't.

I thought the idea of incremental punishment is good, gradually prolonging the loss of recess time gives teachers and students room to work and improve before giving them a harsh consequence for misbehaving based on the level of misbehavior.

Thank you to KS2 teacher Rachael for sharing her Boggle interactive display made using Twinkl Create! She's stuck the letters on using Velcro so they are really easy to change over. What words can you find? Easy - letters don't have to touch. Hard - letters of the word have to touch

Thank you to teacher Rachael for sharing her Boggle interactive display made using Twinkl Create! She's stuck the letters on using Velcro so they are really easy to change over. What words can you find? Easy - letters don't have to touch.

Love this for the SEN children in the class who need a visual timetable

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T is for Teaching: First Week Complete & Class Reveal Continues

Love this class job chart.it includes a description of the job.great for forgetful students and substitutes :) She has so many wonderful ideas. I definitely need to use some of these.

Synonym display literacy ks2 English school primary

"Would You Like A Synonym With That?" Synonym Word Wall- This display would be a great way to get students to expand their vocabulary by visually seeing the different words they can use or by adding more synonyms to the wall.

Each time a student BLURTS out loud without raising hand they have to take one down. Last person to have all 3 gets rewarded!

It's called a "Blurt Chart". If students blurt out they take a happy face off the chart (they are velcroed on). They have 3 chances throughout the day. You can take minutes away from recess, etc. for each happy face taken off the chart.


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