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Classroom Resources

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Classroom Resources can be difficult to find but can save teachers so much time they are worth seeking out.

Here are a few which may be useful:

Flash Gear has a  great jigsaw puzzle maker which may be useful for many teachers. All one has to do is choose a picture , such as The Watercycle and decide how big the pieces needed ...

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Create a Padlet Wall for your Classroom

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padletPadlet is an electronic post-it board. It is a brilliant tool to: brainstorm ideas, evaluate learning, check knowledge and more. It can be used in a wide variety of ways from making an electronic birthday greeting, to creating a get well soon wall where pupils post messages to someone who is not in school for some reason. It could also ...

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Countdown Timers

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clockCountdown Timers can be used in many ways: clearing up ready for playtime, finishing off work, spelling or tables tests and more.

There are a range of free timers which can be projected on to a whiteboard, which may add a little interest and excitement to various projects. When using a big timer to count down for: timed writing, timed research, timed problem solving etc,  there will be no doubt about how much time ...

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April is poetry month … need some inspiration?

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The Haiku Poetry EngineApril is poetry month and Scholastic have gathered a whole set of poetry resources. These have been shared by teachers for other teachers to use.

Scholastic are also running a Haiku competition from now until 26th April.

The theme of the Haiku is “A perfect travel experience is…”

To find out more information and how to enter visit this competition page.

The ...

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ShareTakeCare a Digital Footprint Game

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ShareTakeCare  is a digital footprint game for over 13s but it also could be used with with younger pupils on an IWB.  The idea is that pupils can decide what is good and what is bad about Facebook.  It has the potential to open up a lot of discussion in the classroom about protecting one’s digital footprint.

To play the game pupils have to decide whether it would be appropriate to un-tag a photograph / post that would not ...

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