Looking for ways to teach letter recognition in your classroom or with your child?
This printable worksheet, is useful to help young learners mastering their letters recognition skill.
The young learners could use this printable again and again, until their master they alphabets.
They will enjoy the learning process through fun and interactive approaches.
Parking Lot. This is not new in our 21st Century Classroom setting. We have a parking lot for the pupils to post questions, reflect their feelings and state their opinion. But as teacher how do you encourage the children to write out their feeling? We use this WONDER WALL to guide teachers and pupils to do reflection before, while or after every lesson. It is a set of questions that guide the children to process their thinking.
PRINT this and attach it to your PARKING LOT.
Flashcard ! Flashcard ! and more
These are the phonics word cards for year 2 pupils. Most of the words are taken from the textbook while a few of them were add to complete the list.
These babies are printable and you could cut them out and laminate them nicely. So you could use them over and over again.
If you find any mistakes, feel free to add comment or e-mail me.
With these printable phonics you could actually carry a lot of games and activities such as Bang Games, Musical Box and so much more.
There is also blank cards for you to insert your own words. Good luck and hope you enjoy this little gift.
Another post from me tonight….This is my decoration for my classroom. The theme is Outer Space… we painted the class midnight blue and add skirting for the desks. Also added a lot of stars too. We have birthday board, attendance board, duty chart, reading conner and a simple library.
For the birthday conner, I printed out the boy and girl astronauts, coloured and then laminated them (I could recycle these for another year). Then I add big straws to each of the astro boy and girl….add pencil with the pupils’ birthday. The pupils could get the pencil on their birthday….
This is our Star Helpers @ duty charts…. It is rotatable and could be recycle for another year too….
My reading corner is made from a D.I.Y Japanese table (a contribution from parents)…. we have D.I.Y pennants, a rocket and D.I.Y pompoms too…
The stars mobile
And finally the attendance chart.. How does these super cute rockets function? The pupils who come everyday to school will get a sticker, 1 sticker for 1 full month … so they could paste it on their rocket… Pupils who collect the most crescents will receive award a the end of the year… 100% attendance….
Actually I still have ongoing project the planets diorama but it is pending for a while… need extra patience ……
Here are a few printable I did for my Outer Space Classroom. All the information are taken from Wikipedia: Solar System … I add a blank printable too in case you wish to add other related info. Enjoy
Every end of the year I will squeeze out as many ideas as possible to decorate my class and that is the best that I like about being a class teacher. I get a lot ideas from Pinterest…(I love pinning so much)….And these year my classroom theme is rainbow…
Here are a few photos that I managed to snap during the project. However, it is not done yet, so there are many more things to do. I will update this post once the project is completed.
I’ve been hunting the rainbow items from the bookstore to the wedding shops. From online to the sewing store…searching here and there and check out what I managed to collect. Nice right?
Project 1: Rainbow Label
(I bought the white vase, green moss, pebbles and join them together with sponge and white glue. Cheap and easy project to hold the label for our reading corner, lunch box corner and discussion corner)
Project 4: Rainbow Spiral
(This is the left over from the cloud name label. I feel reluctant to throw them away so I improvised them and it becomes a very nice Rainbow Spiral…I attach this on the front door to welcome the pupils.)
Project 6: Rainbow Information Board
(Bought 7 pieces of 1 meter rainbow plain jersey fabric, staple to the board and label by subjects. The materials are all related to each subject learn by the pupils.)
Project 8: Rainbow Cupcakes & Rainbow Curtain
(Print these cupcakes outline onto A4 size papers, colour, cut and then laminate them. The crayon makes the cupcakes really popup… I love the wording too. And do you notice my rainbow curtain….nice right…)