Teacha! Star Seller: Level-Up Thinkers
Level-Up Thinkers: Star Seller, Jenna Swano is well-known for her quality, CAPS-aligned resources that can be adapted for different grades. From assignments to assessments, decor to distance learning, practicals to printables, and stickers to STEM. Level-Up Thinkers resources are trusted by thousands of teachers to take their own classrooms to the next level.
Diverse Welcome Bulletin Board with 10 languages
Are you looking for a last-minute, easy bulletin board? This is the one for you! This diverse bulletin board kit has very basic, easy to follow instructions so that you can have it up in no time at all. It includes greetings in 10 of the languages spoken in South Africa including: - Zulu - Southern Sotho - English - Afrikaans - French - isiXhosa - Arabic - German - Chichewa - Shona You can choose to print this board in colour or in black and white on coloured paper. If you don't have coloured paper, why not print in black and white and paint the letters and silhouettes yourself, or better yet, get your students involved in a fun and creative art project that will help create a classroom community. Level-Up Thinkers
Volume Practical Investigation Stations for STEM Term 3
Have you noticed that your students can solve routine problems involving volume but they struggle when you give them something different? Are you wanting to introduce or build their understanding of volume through problem-solving? These 5 practical stations give students the space to explore and problem-solve. Using them, they will explore concepts like the fact that objects have volume, they will divide volumes and they will solve non-routine problems related to volume. And in so doing, your students will learn. Not just facts and routines, but to think and problem solve no matter the situation. And they will internalise that they can do hard things in the process. What you get: 5 core station scenario cards that: Are labelled with symbols rather than numbers to make it easier for you to mix and match Are differentiated. Each station has two versions: an easier and more challenging version. The more challenging version is identified by a star in the symbol. Include a problem scenario for each station and provide a list of required resources. Station labels: These can be printed and folded along the line to label each station when set up. Student pack containing: A sheet for every station for students to record their thinking, including an outline of the problem scenario. Bonus: two worksheets in addition to the stations for some routine problem-solving practice, including: ordering volumes from smallest to largest; specifying a unit of measurement; reading volume on a beaker and 4 word-problems involving volume in the different operations. Teacher Guide explaining: Exactly how to set up the stations, what resources you will need, what the core skills are and how students can problem solve. You will also get an answer key for the routine problem-solving worksheets. **Check out the preview for an example station**
Boho Woodland Animal Classroom Decor
Create a relaxing classroom environment with this Boho Woodland Animal classroom theme. You will receive 5 zipped folders containing the following: Editable name tags: These name tags come as 24 individual PNG files that can be inserted into digital or print media as well as in a Powerpoint Presentation format to make typing names easier. They are movable images (not set as the background) so that you can mix and match your favourites before printing. Clock labels 32 individual clock label PNG files in 3 different patterns. Also available as a 6 page PDF for easy printing. Classroom rules posters A combination of blank posters (in 6 different designs) for classroom rules as well as 6 posters pre-populated with the 5 rules for Whole-Brain Teaching. Calendar inserts Calendar inserts in 4 different colours and patterns. Perfect for inserting into a pocket calendar or for creating a bulletin board display. Includes all months, days and dates. Bunting 16 pages of different bunting designs in 4 different colours and patterns. The designs are in Powerpoint format so that you can add your own text over the bunting as well as in PDF format for easy printing. Bulletin board letters Printable bulletin board letters in 7 different colours and patterns. These letters are in PNG format, so they can be printed and cut out or easily added to any digital products. Birthday card templates A choice of generic birthday cards or DIY custom birthday cards using photographs of your students with all the elements to drag over your pictures. This is in Powerpoint format so that text is editable. A simple how-to guide is also included that shows you how to remove the background of your photographs. Word wall The first 220 sight words in 4 different colours to choose from. There is also a Powerpoint presentation with blank cards so that you can add your own words for your word wall. The cards are simple to avoid distracting from the word. Bulletin board borders 10 different styles and colors of bulletin board borders. Number and letter posters 4 full sets of print and cursive letter posters in different colours as well as 4 number sets including 1-10 and multiples of 10 to 100. Multiples posters 12 full sets of multiples posters from 2 - 12. Print a full set in the same theme or mix and match. Blank labels and pages A selection of blank labels available as 300dpi PNG images as well as in a Powerpoint presentation, allowing you to add your own text. These could be used for: • Classroom jobs • Bulletin board headings • Group labels • Stationery labels • Book labels • Book covers • File dividers • Posters
Intro to Fractions | Distance Learning | Google Slides and Forms
This resource is a combination of an interactive Google Slide presentation and a self-grading Google Form. For more information, download the preview above. In the Google Slides: Students interact with the slides to name fractions. The slides are scaffolded and images are included to help learners visualise the fractions. In the Google Form: Students answer 20 questions naming different fractions. The teacher is able to see where the students went right or wrong and can adjust teaching accordingly. There are three videos included with this resource that can be viewed through the preview. They take you through how to use each of the resources with your Google Suite.
Meet the Teacher
Looking for a new way to introduce yourself next year? Give this template a go. Add your photo and fill in a few details to complete this picture introduction. This "Meet the Teacher" resource is available in JPEG, PDF and in a Google Slide. Please note that the image itself is not editable in Google Slides as it is set as the background, however, text boxes have been added for your convenience and these are fully editable.
38 Animal Grid Drawings
A collection of 38 animal-themed, grid drawing sheets. Grid drawing is a great way to practice hand-eye coordination and spatial reasoning. On these pages, students will copy the pictures on the left onto the slightly enlarged grid on the right. There are 38 pictures to choose from with different levels of detail. Use these in your classroom to practise drawing skills, as an early finisher, to introduce a topic or to practise hand-eye coordination and spatial reasoning.
Multiplication Fact Quiz Videos
A collection of 11 Multiplication Fact Quiz videos. Each video contains 25 questions related to a particular multiplication fact from 2 - 12. The questions are scaffolded and include the multiples of 10. For example, 4 x 3 = ? so 40 x 3 = ? Each question is also timed so students have 5 seconds to answer it. An answer key is provided at the end so that students can self mark and discuss any patterns they have noticed. To preview this product, watch the video here: https://youtu.be/3GeNmidnxio
20 Digital and Printable Descriptive Writing Prompts
Get your learners' creative juices flowing with these digital and printable image-based writing prompts. For learners who struggle with descriptive language, there is a word bank option included to give them some hints. There is also a version where learners can brainstorm their own word bank or use the large image version displayed in your classroom to brainstorm together as a class. There are multiple options to choose from: 1. Print the standard PDF with lines included where learners write their own paragraph and optional space for learner word banks. 2. Display the large image version using your classroom projector and get learners to write their paragraphs in their notebooks. 3. Assign the Google Slides in Google Classroom and let learners complete their paragraphs digitally. 4. Share the images with the learners to choose their favourite prompt on their device and then write their paragraphs in their notebooks or on notepaper.