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Seem to have said yes to a KS1 teaching position for next term. Which teacher resources do you recommend( its some time since I taught in this age group!), please?

Congratulations Susan!

 

Maz

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I'm in the same boat, so will look forward to sharing ideas! Which year group will it be? Have quite a few literacy resources if you want them. PM your email and I'll send them over.

Tracylu

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Sorry Susan

I'm not sure whether they are any better than other books - I know that I went through a phase of changing year groups quite a lot while I was on and off maternity leaves and I just kind of "fitted" with the Classworks books – they were very hot on overtly teaching children the features of different text types and lots of reading before they write which I really liked. I've been in Foundation for 2 and 1/2 years now though so there may be more good things out there.

Year 1s are nice though - I'm sure you'll have fun!

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Thanks Marion. I was wondering about those texts but always nice to have them recommended!

 

Kaloufl, no apologies needed. Thanks for your advice. Ive got a Numeracy Classworks which I have to admit I dont use that often but Ive not used my Scholastic "100" lessons very much either as I dont like the rather prescriptive nature of those. Thanks for your help.

 

Tracylu email received, thanks! Nice to know theres someone else out there!

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Pie's writing models are brill, too. His Jumpstart series of books are good for little games to make things like spelling and sentence work more fun. I think there's a new one on creativity now too.

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