Eva Borbely
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Skip Counting Lacing Plates

Skip Counting Lacing Plates

One of our most popular free and unique Teacher's Pet resources at the moment is our 'Writing Target Pencils'! http://displays.tpet.co.uk/#/ViewResource/id696 Have you tried these in your KS1 classroom yet?

One of our most popular free and unique Teacher's Pet resources at the moment is our 'Writing Target Pencils'! http://displays.tpet.co.uk/#/ViewResource/id696 Have you tried these in your KS1 classroom yet?

"Said" is Dead!  I think I like this better than my trash can words!

"Said" is Dead! I think I like this better than my trash can words!

Teaching Castles to KS1 | Castles Resources | Knights | Year 1 | Year 2 | Year 3 | Year 4 - TeachingCave.com

Teaching Castles to KS1 | Castles Resources | Knights | Year 1 | Year 2 | Year 3 | Year 4 - TeachingCave.com

Make a simple DIY paper plate addition game to help your child practice their addition and even subtraction skills

Make a simple DIY paper plate addition game to help your child practice their addition and even subtraction skills

Teacher's Pet - Our iPad Rules Poster -

Teacher's Pet - Our iPad Rules Poster -

Everyone gets a square with a quarter circle, this is the end result- could be a good ice breaker beginning of year activity by shannon

Everyone gets a square with a quarter circle, this is the end result- could be a good ice breaker beginning of year activity by shannon

Miss Giraffe's Class: Building Number Sense - many great ideas Link: http://missgiraffesclass.blogspot.com/2015/07/building-number-sense-in-first-grade.html

Miss Giraffe's Class: Building Number Sense - many great ideas Link: http://missgiraffesclass.blogspot.com/2015/07/building-number-sense-in-first-grade.html

Teaching Australian Money - classroom ideas and ready to print resources perfect…

Teaching Australian Money - classroom ideas and ready to print resources perfect…

Identity crisis? No, I'm a primary school teacher!: No full stops? ... call the police!

Identity crisis? No, I'm a primary school teacher!: No full stops? ... call the police!