This is a great way to get students talking about maths, and work great alongside number talks. Check out my previous website post unpacking number talks here. This resource is free for you to download from my teachers pay teachers store. Or head over to the VIP section of my website for the pdf (and loads more) for you to get today!
To purchase this resource click on the link here for the product. Use the discount code 'mathswarmup' for 50% off this resource!
Today I am sharing the newly created Seesaw 'I can' statement poster progressions. These are great for students to help them work through different aspects of using Seesaw. Each of these is broken into three levels - beginner, proficient and advanced; to link into my already created student and teacher Seesaw progressions.
Click on the file link below to be able to download this pre-made version for your students in class. Otherwise, click here to go over to the Google Drawings template and make a copy for yourself to be able to edit and change for your students needs!
There are loads of ways to use Bitmoji in your resources with some of my more popular ones being shared below in todays sunday spotlight! Simply go to the pdf to download, click on the link to make a copy and add your own Bitmoji's instead! Simply, fun and will add that little bit more excitement to what you are doing!
This weeks Sunday spotlight is my new word of the week/day templates. These can be used in whole class discussions, small group activities or to be completed individually. These templates provide different ways to unpack a word of the week/day that could be used in a word work or spelling programme.
This week's sunday spotlight shares my new resource - think like a Paleontologist! A great activity pack allowing students to explore paleontology and fossils to align with your topic or inquiry setting! This pack includes activities that everyone can do before, during and after a paleontology session. I was looking online for specific activities that were going along with our inquiry and found it was just easier to make my own that purchase multiple different ones in different packs. So i quickly whipped these up to use in my classroom on Tuesday - but for all of you to use also!
As I start my new inquiry on dinosaurs and fossils, these activities will help my students explore the topic, to be used in a journal type form. We will be completing these alongside fun, hands on activities like dinosaur egg predicting, dinosaur fossil digging and much more!
Use the code 'dinosaur' to get a discount on this new resource! Check it out here!
Find the slide deck to these pre-made templates here. Simply make a copy for yourself or just download which slide you want to use. Upload it to Seesaw and create an activity with that for your students to complete.
Check out my other slides for use with Seesaw here.
Check out this quick video below to see it in action on an ipad!
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