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Measuring time and reading a calendar are essential life skills and even with modern technology students must still learn how to use and interpret a calendar. This activity sheet provides students with the practice they need.
Flexible Seating is the new inclusive way to teach students in the classroom. Teachers are moving away from structured rows and boring school-provided group seating to create flexible space for students to learn.
Dancing may feed the soul, but trivia knowledge wins quizzes! Whether your students are dancing fanatics or quiz champions in the making, this fun ‘Shall we Dance’ trivia quiz sheet is guaranteed to keep them entertained.
Use this fun game to practise your multiplication facts. Roll 2 die, multiply and cover the answer on this game board. The player with four in a row will be the winner.
Add some fun and laughter to your spelling lessons with Silly Spelling Sentences. This activity will make learning fun and memorable for students. It will also allow teachers to assess students’ ability to spell and test their understanding of their spelling words.
Someone has left a secret coded message and you urgently need to enlist the help of your students to solve the mystery. Can they help you crack the code?
Keyboard Spelling combines learning spelling with developing important skills for modern-day writing. It is a fun spelling activity with cross-curricular links. Students will benefit in more ways than one and teachers will enjoy the hassle-free preparation.
This worksheet will give practice to students when breaking down numbers to 999 into expanded form by displaying their understanding of place value.
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.