Story Sticks. Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = “Special” Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you’ve got.

SKILKS: Story Sticks Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = "Special" Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you've got.

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

'Writing Goals' display chart - great idea to keep students accountable for writing goals. Jessie's Resources: More classroom display ideas

Writing stimulus - what's through the key hole? Make a link with stories, fantasy settings etc. Nice photo for a piece of extended writing, possibly even based on 'The Secret Garden' as I used as a stimulus last year with Year 1.

Alice in Wonderland, Fine Art Photography, White Rabbit, Key Hole, 16x20, wall decor, Print, Photo, Forrest, nature, decoration, party, gift

Awesome synonym display!

Synonyms

Shades of meaning! SUPPLIES: paint chips, construction paper, marker, tape & a thesaurus ::: The colors on the paint strip are similar, but not exactly the same. just like the words. Sit down with your little and create a Synonym Garden.

Creative Teaching Displays: 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. Th.

Literacy help: Alan Peat story bags - How to develop story writing and literacy skills in younger children.

Literacy help: Alan Peat story bags - How to develop story writing and literacy skills in younger children.


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Working Walls and Topic Interest Tables - Examples Of Best Practice In Primary Learning - Powered by Phanfare

Working Walls and Topic Interest Tables - Examples Of Best Practice In Primary Learning - Powered by Phanfare

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.

"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.

Literacy Working Wall

Not the picture - The article! The working wall should not be purely the domain of perfect, finished work but should also be used to share progress towards current goals.

maths working wall | by miramlord

Working Wall that shows samples of all the work done throughout the unit. Great way to display student progress over a longer period of time. This type of board allows classroom occupants and visitors to appreciate the whole learning process.

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