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This is my take on vocab pockets. I put a variety of high level adjectives for common words such as happy or sad into jewellery bags and hung them onto hooks to encourage children to use them to expand their vocabulary. Jeweller bags were £2 from eBay, bargain!!!

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Measurement anchor chart and unit More

Measurement

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Interactive maths display - capacity More More

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Strategies for improving handwriting. Free download.

Strategies for Improving Handwriting - Make Take & Teach

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vocabulary I did this a lot with my 4th graders, having them "show what you know" about the words by holding up thier fingers.

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Inferring Anchor Chart- I really like the way that this chart explains what inferencing is. Most people believe that inferring is the same as predicting, but it really isn't. When you make an inference you are going beyond the words that the author wrote to get to the meaning behind what the author is trying to say. This can be done with vocabulary building exercises as well as reading comprehension building exercises.

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Transition Time: Word of the Day

3rd Grade Thoughts: Transition Time: Word of the Day http://www.3rdgradethoughts.com/2012/05/transition-time-word-of-day.html#.UD6aL9aGqSo

3rd Grade Thoughts: Transition Time: Word of the Day

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Community Post: 19 Word Walls That Will Blow Your Mind

Lots of Word Wall presentation ideas - Great for developing students' vocab!

19 Word Walls That Will Blow Your Mind

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Roll a Sentence- fantastic quick activity to promote literacy in all subjects.

Agility- The teaching toolkit: Roll a Sentence

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VCOP display

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