Perfect display for my maths working wall, to encourage the LAP's when trying to understand digital time

Perfect display for my maths working wall, to encourage the LAP's when trying to understand digital time

Teacher's Pet » Displays Gallery! » The most unique and original collection of downloadable EYFS, KS1, KS2 classroom display resources, teaching aids, games and activities available online! » A Sparklebox alternative

Teacher's Pet » Displays Gallery! » The most unique and original collection of downloadable EYFS, KS1, KS2 classroom display resources, teaching aids, games and activities available online! » A Sparklebox alternative

Finished? Try one of these... - Printables for a classroom display idea providing extension tasks and review activities.

Finished? Try one of these... - Printables for a classroom display idea providing extension tasks and review activities.

Maths Working Wall for Year 4 Top Set. Grid Method and Formal Written Multiplication. These flip charts are straight from my lesson, the students are familiar with them as I made them with them, for them. A great way to get a maths display up with minimal effort for maximum effect! Headings are done on coloured card and took about 5 minutes. Differentiation means that students can have a try at the tricker sums and have a model ready.

Maths Working Wall for Year 4 Top Set. Grid Method and Formal Written Multiplication. These flip charts are straight from my lesson, the students are familiar with them as I made them with them, for them. A great way to get a maths display up with minimal effort for maximum effect! Headings are done on coloured card and took about 5 minutes. Differentiation means that students can have a try at the tricker sums and have a model ready.

I like this saying because it encourages that mistakes are ok to make. I expect my students to show effort in the work that they do, and mistakes are fixable and acceptable as long as they keep trying. I would put this saying on a poster (on vinyl sticker like the one here) and keep in my classroom to remind students that it is ok to make mistakes.

I like this saying because it encourages that mistakes are ok to make. I expect my students to show effort in the work that they do, and mistakes are fixable and acceptable as long as they keep trying. I would put this saying on a poster (on vinyl sticker like the one here) and keep in my classroom to remind students that it is ok to make mistakes.

These games are excellent fillers and even better for those early finishers who need a challenge!   How about some good old fashioned Boggl...

These games are excellent fillers and even better for those early finishers who need a challenge! How about some good old fashioned Boggl...

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