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Pictures or cards for sequencing events of a school day

Discussion in 'Primary' started by invincible, May 22, 2008.

  1. invincible

    invincible New commenter

  2. EBD35

    EBD35 Occasional commenter

  3. ********** does a lovely visual timetable, very useful.
  4. My visual timetable is on the resource bank here. Seems pretty popular 19000 downloads!!!!! it covers most events in the school day!
  5. invincible

    invincible New commenter

    Thanks for all the help so far. Still not what I'm looking for - my fault, not explained properly.

    I need something that they can write to to show what they do in the course of a day like getting up, having breakfast, going to school, playing, coming home, having dinner, going to bed, etc. Sorry I can't seem to word this right. Brain dead after writing all my reports.

    Any further help would be great, thanks.
  6. Is this for recount work? I did have some at school with times and pics that I used for recount but obviously not there until after half term.
  7. 100 literacy hours for Reception has some simple pictures for this entitled 'My day'.

  8. invincible

    invincible New commenter

    Yep, it's for recount. Unfortunately I don't have 100 Lit Hours for Reception and I live in Germany :-(.
  9. invincible

    invincible New commenter

    Yep, there's some stuff on there I could use. Not everything I want but I can take it from here I reckon and try to find more images.

    Thanks for leading me in this direction (don't know why I didn't think of this since I am the flashcard queen in my school!). and thanks to all for help. Any more ideas that could save me working over the weekend would be great ;-)
  10. What kind of images are you missing?

    A work free weekend would be good!
  11. invincible

    invincible New commenter

    OK, either I'm dumb, tired, burnt-out, got an early case of end-of-termitis, got amnesia or whatever but I had the answer on my own computer all along:


    Always trying to reinvent the wheel and forgetting what I've got! Have put the link here for others to try as it has some really great stuff for EAL teaching.

    Thanks to all who offered their help! Now I've got my weekend back!
  12. Nice one - I'll be keeping that link

    Enjoy your weekend :)

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