First week back to school and getting to know you, doesn’t need to be boring…Who went roller skating? Who went camping? We can do MUCH better than that! Imagine a class full of students discussing what they WOULD have done! This task explains how to get your students moving around and getting to know each other, as well as providing for some rich imaginative discussions afterwards as a group. A much better alternative to the usual people hunt.
OZClassroom Hacks was asked if it was possible to create worksheets to help young students learn and consolidate their sight words, WITH the font being Victorian Cursive script to ensure that students were also consolidating correct letter formation according to the Victorian Curriculum. Why yes, I believe we can! And here is the first effort. A 14 page bundle at just $3, all sight words and all written in Victorian Cursive script-read, say, trace and write!
Not sure what to teach in the way of Information Communication & Technology? It’s a hard slog trying to make heads or tails of the curriculum, so let OZClassroom Hacks take the hard work out of it for you. We have checklists from Foundation to Level 6 with ‘I Can’ statements already in for you.
OZClassroom Hacks is about anything that makes life easy in the classroom. Have you ever noticed that some staff seem to look a lot less stressed than others? That’s usually because they have the benefit of a few years under their belt and access to good range of resources. They are the one’s who know not to try and reinvent the wheel, but to use what’s already there.
This activity works great with viewing the movie Inside Out, and lends its hand to opeing some amazing dialogue about feelings and who we really are.
We have checklists for the subject area of English for Foundation to Level 3 so far! How do we use them? Easy, we know from the curriculum standards and the easy to read ‘I Can’ statements what is expected for the students to fulfil the level. Therefore these are not just a checklist, they are report comments-copied and pasted into our databanks, they are a way of groups students according to their learning point of need AND they are one of our resources for termly and weekly planning. Sound like something you could use?