Spelling List Spiral is a novel way for students to practise their weekly spelling. The teaching resource can be used in a variety of ways to suit students of different ages and with different interests. Below you will find a number of creative ideas for teachers that want to liven up a grey spelling lesson.
These challenging cross number puzzles are a great way to keep your students entertained and they hold a whole load of hidden benefits too!
Brighten up a spelling lesson with Sign-Language Spelling. Students can have fun learning how to communicate in sign-language whilst learning their weekly spelling words. The activity sheet displays clear visuals of how to sign each letter of the alphabet. There is also a space at the bottom of the page to write the spelling words.
A great teaching resource to help children develop their descriptive writing skills. The Similes activity sheet is a fun tool to teach similes and encourages children to think imaginatively.
Word of the Day activities are great for building children’s vocabulary, which in turn helps develop their communication skills. This Word of the Day activity sheet is a great teaching resource for students and teachers. Students can enjoy investigating new and interesting words. While teachers can benefit from hassle-free preparation.
Reading logs are a great way as a teacher to see what books students have read for either home reading or inside your classroom reading program. Students can write their own name, book title and date on the reading log or for the little ones, they can have a parent assist after home reading time.
There are 9 posters in our Zone of Regulation poster pack that is inside the Lizard Learning Club PLUS Membership. Teachers can decide which ones they want to use in the classroom to suit their students for any given year.
Kids love to craft, and there is proven value to including craft in the learning process. But with so much to cover it can be a good idea to integrate other educational elements into craft time.
I am ashamed to admit that I was indeed one of “those” teachers, who was definitely aware of kids having food allergies, but I certainly wasn’t too concerned about the topic.
Our spirited kids are the ones you need us the most even though they test us the most.