Sunday, 18 January 2015

Sunday Scoop 18th January


It's Sunday night again and I am in no way, shape or form disappointed! I've had a awesome weekend (I managed to meet up with girls for our cuppa and see my amazing sister & niece just like I had planned) and I just know that I'm going to have an awesome time with my class this week!
To help me prepare for it I've linked up with Teaching Trio again so take a peek at my Sunday Scoop

I know they are an important document and all of the information is already in my head but IEP's are something I dread sitting down and doing! Hey ho… it's off to IEP land I go!

I've tried to jazz up my subtraction lesson for tomorrow and provide a reason for the children to be using the skill so I've developed a jigsaw for them to solve. Each group has a target number and scattered around the classroom will be jigsaw pieces with subtraction calculations on them. They must solve the calculations and if they total their target number then they can bring the piece back to their table. Once they have all of the pieces then they can turn it over and piece it together to reveal the planet they will be planning a mission to during the rest of the week. It is available in my TPT store now!

In last week's Sunday Scoop I mentioned that I had to get my children to stick their work into their books as soon as it was marked…so far so good so this week I HOPE to keep in top of it!

Anyone else got formal lesson obs coming up? We have one per term and I always like to start gathering ideas as soon as I book it in but find if I actually plan it closer to the date then I stress less as I don't have as long to tinker with it and critique it- how about you, how do you approach them?

Last week was ace with my class and I'm really excited about seeing them tomorrow- we are ending our week with an amazing trip to Jodrell Bank Space Centre- it's a 6 hour round trip but I just know it will be worth it and we will all love it!

What are your plans for the week ahead? Why not link up and share your Sunday Scoop?


2 comments:

  1. Your subtraction lesson sounds like a lot of fun - I bet they'll really enjoy that. We have formal observations once a term too and slightly less formal drop in observations every half term. We never know exactly when the formal observations are though - could be at any point over a 2 day period - not fun! Good luck with planning yours!
    Growing Little Learners

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  2. Rubbish TV is perfect for Sunday nights! I can't wait for The Walking Dead to come back on next month! Thanks for linking up!
    ~Kristen
    Chalk & Apples
    Teaching Trio

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