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Interactive Literacy Display

Discussion in 'Primary' started by HyperBunny, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. HyperBunny

    HyperBunny New commenter

    Hi,
    I am looking for some ideas for an interactive literacy display for year 5.
    We already have a countdown maths display, questions of the week, what we have been learning etc on the walls. I get the children to contribute/comment on all classroom displays, either using post its or helping to create. They really enjoy having a voice and it means its not just wall art but something they can use. Does mean you have to change it regulary, which can be hard when you have other more important things to do, but they get alot out of it.
    The class need to work on sentence structure and we've been looking at embedded clauses.. but they could use more work on description...
    Any ideas would be welcome! Thank you in advance xx
     
  2. HyperBunny

    HyperBunny New commenter

    Hi,
    I am looking for some ideas for an interactive literacy display for year 5.
    We already have a countdown maths display, questions of the week, what we have been learning etc on the walls. I get the children to contribute/comment on all classroom displays, either using post its or helping to create. They really enjoy having a voice and it means its not just wall art but something they can use. Does mean you have to change it regulary, which can be hard when you have other more important things to do, but they get alot out of it.
    The class need to work on sentence structure and we've been looking at embedded clauses.. but they could use more work on description...
    Any ideas would be welcome! Thank you in advance xx
     
  3. chocolateworshipper

    chocolateworshipper Occasional commenter

    You could try this web site http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/english/english.htm
     

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