I Have Who Has Opposites Loop Card GameThis is a great game to practise a huge range of skills. This set focuses on antonyms (opposites) and has pictures to assist early readers.This set has 24 cards and is designed to play as a whole grade. There are no set Start or End cards so you can choose any student to begin the loop.
Past • Present • Future Art inspiration for the GCSE exam topic, using lollipop sticks to represent something eaten in the past (recycling, rubbish) and then creating a painting or illustration that could relate to the other topics as well. Photo credit to @colours_to_inspire on Instagram
I remember doing an activity like this when I was younger! I think I could incorporate this into my classroom maybe the first or second week of school so the teacher and students can get to know each other better! or even for an art class! I will definately remember this for when I am in my own classroom. 4309
Do you feel like you are ALWAYS staying late after school to work on lesson planning and prep work? Learn how to organize your week and streamline your lesson planning routine so that you can go home at a normal time! This blog post is packed with practical tips and management tricks for teachers. A must read!