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A word wall is a great way to display words that the children use often so they know how to spell them without having to ask another student or the teacher all the time. As the year progresses you could take words down that they have learned and put up different ones for them to learn.

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I got this idea from another teacher. The kids love it. We talked about our names starting with the letter and it's called Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Look who's in our room...

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These were created by an artist from another country, but when I saw them, I immediately thought of the insane amount of "souvenirs" our children have collected on trips...and these painted stones made me think how fun it would be for everyone to collect a found stone from each trip we take, paint a design, just write a few words that describe the trip, or a simple date, whatever each person wants, & start a collection...from every trip. Display them in a glass apothecary jar in the family…

These were created by an artist from another country, but when I saw them, I immediately thought of the insane amount of "souvenirs" our children have collected on trips...and these painted stones made me think how fun it would be for everyone to collect a found stone from each trip we take, paint a design, just write a few words that describe the trip, or a simple date, whatever each person wants, & start a collection...from every trip. Display them in a glass apothecary jar in the family…

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The Ichthys (Fish) This is another common symbol of Christianity. Many Christains display this on the back bumper of their vehicles. The ichthys is actually the ancient Greek word for "fish." The ichthys commonly contains the Greek letters, ΙΧΘΥΣ , which mean, "Jesus Christ, God's Son, Savior." The fish is a symbol of Christianity for several reasons. Many of the Apostles were fisherman, Jesus performed many miracles involving fish, and the most popular reason, in Matthew 4:19, Jesus says…

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Twinkl Resources >> Good Manners Vocabulary Display Posters >> Thousands of printable primary teaching resources for EYFS, KS1, KS2 and beyond! good manners, please, thank you, polite, excuse me, pardon, vocabulary, display, poster,

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