This concept is based off something I saw online, but this resource has really grown over the last week to include so many more resources than when it was first developed!
This resource comes with:
-charts explaining each concept with pre-made pictures
-blank charts for you to add your own pictures
-tumble board pictures
-anchor charts for each concept
This resource also comes with some additional worksheets and activities that I have integrated into this PRISM Maths Concept.
-problem solving thinking frames
-number of the week chart
-missing numbers activities
-signs for boxes
Check out my video below walking you through the resource pack!
The writing process in this resource follows 6 steps displayed on stop signs:
2. 1st Draft
4. 2nd Draft
5. Final Copy
On the Editing and Final Copy stop signs are prompts to stop students to get feedback on their work from either self assessment, peer assessment or teacher feedback.
Also attached in this pack are my feedback slips - which come from my Exit and Feedback Pack. These are in the form of a 'two stars and a wish' feedback prompt. These align with the feedback sections for students to fill in a slip for themselves in self assessment, or be filled in by a peer or teacher. This can be attached to their work so students can remember this in their work.
Sunday Spotlight is back! 🙌❗️
With so many new resources made this last week you really need to head over to the VIP area of my website for more than just one.
But today's one was made specifically for a customer - a make your own version of my Daily 5 Checklist. Instead of a pre-made one, you can use the icons to make your own one! Specific to your class and your students! This is great if you only want specific students to be doing particular Daily 5 items, or maybe practice an item more than the others giving more opportunities to practice it on their checklist.
It really is simple to use! Just copy and paste the icon and drag it to where you want it on the checklist. The black square on the left is for their name or a picture of their face. I always use pictures so they know whose is whose, especially for those students that struggle with names.
Check out this quick video below on how it works and use the code 'daily5' on my website to get 50% off this resource and my Daily 5 pack!
This weeks Sunday Spotlight is sharing a fun new resource to help with your noise control in class - noise level bitmoji posters!
These posters are great for a visual display that students can see while working. Teachers could use a special peg or arrow to have the noise level poster at a particular level while working. In my class, I have a noise level monitor and that person is the one that gets to physically move the arrow the noise level expected. Such a fun and engaging way to get students more aware of the noise they are creating and also expectations. And this resource includes Bitmojis which are awesome!
So simple! Download the resource and it will prompt you to a link in a Google Drive folder with the templates. Make a copy of each one and change the bitmoji pictures to be ones of your own! Voila, you are done! Find the link to the resource by subscribing to mrspriestleyict.com. It is in the VIP access area.
This week's Sunday spotlight is these new maths thinking boards! A great way for students to share their learning in different ways, when solving problems. Perfect for students to love figuring out problems or other ways to explain their thinking.
These thinking boards come for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems; catering for all levels or areas of learning. Each thinking board has a space for the equation in the middle and a space for students to write the answer.
These are also available in digital form to download and make copies of. The link to the digital versions are in the maths thinking board pack!
To download this Sunday Spotlight, visit my Teachers Pay Teachers Store or click on the link here >> Maths Thinking Boards. This is another free resource to add to your classroom practice!
This week I am sharing my newly created 'My Piggy Bank' game! This game is perfect for those students learning about money, creating sets with money and adding together! We have been focusing on money recently in class so this will be a great addition to our tumbles!
Students choose a game playing board (the
re are 3 to choose from), get a piggy bank and dice. Roll a number and move that many spaces on the game board, gathering the right amount of money for their piggy bank depending on what they land on. The winner is the person with the most money at the end!
**This activity is only in New Zealand dollars so apologies for those from overseas!
Download this resource from my Teachers Pay Teachers store here >> My Piggy Bank.
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