Add your own personalised text to these placemats, designed to sit on the children’s table places. Print and laminate for use at mealtimes (ideal for parents and child minders) or to help enforce classroom desk seating plans. Microsoft Word required.
A set of editable communication slips with a variety of themes. Edit the titles and text to suit your needs. Great for sending messages or activities home with children, for writing pupil targets, notes to parents and many other uses.
Create a simple 8-page mini booklet using this editable template. Cut along the dotted lines and fold as shown in the resource. You will need Microsoft Publisher 2007 or higher to view and edit this resource.
Editable posters to make a classroom ‘Golden Rules’ display with these A4 printable posters. Using Microsoft Word, you can type your own ‘Golden Rules’ onto the backgrounds. These would also make great backgrounds for your own reward certificates.
A Microsoft Word template document where you can type pupil names (or other words) and print out individualised name strips for your class. Works best if you have the Sassoon Primary Infant font. Features colourful rocket and rainbow images.
Editable Charlie Checker Character Pointers (SB5493)
Print and laminate these ‘Charlie Checker’ pointers to motivate and encourage children to check their work. These are editable and include space to add your own targets or specific reminders for pupils.
A set of basic fold-over cards with coloured borders that can be used for a variety of purposes. Use them as desktop place cards, task cards or as reference cards to sit on pupils’ desks with useful vocabulary.
Add your own text to a variety of classroom label backgrounds with coloured borders using Microsoft Word. The labels can be resized in Word to suit your needs, and the text size and font can also be altered easily. Use these templates to create labels for drawers, pegs, resources and learning areas.
A set of editable templates where you can customise the title and text for mini books. Print out and fold your A4 sheet into four on the dotted lines to make simple 4-page mini books. Great for pupil story writing or retelling.