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We’re Aiming High – Bump It Up Data Wall Display

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A hot air balloon themed Bump It Up Wall to display in your classroom.

Use this teaching resource in the classroom as part of your Bump It Up data wall for English and Mathematics or a Key Learning Area of your choice when setting student goals and providing feedback.

Print, cut and laminate each component to attach to a dedicated wall space in the classroom.

Use the banner and level titles provided or create your own and record it on the blank templates provided.

To create the display place the:

  • grass border trimmer along the bottom of the display board
  • student hot air balloons on the grass (to be moved up the wall as each goal has been achieved)
  • three-page title banner in the centre along the top of the display board
  • little snail or turtle and the level one speech bubble “Let’s get going!” on the grass in the bottom left-hand corner
  • blue bird and the level two speech bubble “You’re on your way!” above the grass on the right-hand side of the board
  • happy cloud and the level three speech bubble “You’re aiming high!” above the bird on the left-hand side of the board
  • four empty clouds along the board, in-line with the happy cloud
  • yellow sun and the level four speech bubble “You’re beyond the clouds!” above the clouds on the right-hand side of the board
  • learning intention and success criteria on either side of the title banner.

A black and white version has also been provided.

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  • Zuriette Du Plessis

    I saw this on a teacher’s wall and it looks lovely and very inviting – and a great motivator. Lovely.

    Comment by Zuriette Du Plessis on November 26, 2017 at 9:26 am


    • Victoria (Teach Starter)

      Hi Zuriette,
      Thank you for your positive comment!
      Feel free to download this resource to create your own hot air balloon themed Bump It Up Wall to help motivate your students.
      Kind regards,
      Victoria.

      Comment by Victoria (Teach Starter) on November 27, 2017 at 8:29 am


  • Rachelle

    Hello,

    I have decided to use the turtle picture for my display. Are you able to make another succuss criteria page that displays the turtle instead of the snail?

    Kind regards,
    Rachelle

    Comment by Rachelle on January 3, 2018 at 11:13 am


    • Holly (Teach Starter) Holly (Teach Starter)

      Hi Rachelle,

      We currently have this on the list to update and we will let you know when it’s been updated.

      Kind regards,
      Holly

      Official comment by Holly (Teach Starter) on January 8, 2018 at 7:48 am


    • Errol (Teach Starter) Errol (Teach Starter)

      Hi Rachelle,

      We have added the Turtle Success Criteria page for you in the colour, black and white and word versions.

      Kind regards,
      Errol

      Official comment by Errol (Teach Starter) on January 10, 2018 at 2:52 pm


  • Laura Costantino

    I have a strange question to ask,
    but how would you actually use this resource pack in the class? i was thinking it looks amazing but we have a heap of KLA’s and a heap of different areas you target each day. according to the our state there are so many hours a week you must teach each KLA (english has multiply areas to cover, handwriting, spelling, english, punctuation, sentence structure etc as well as different grade levels?
    Just curious as to how i can implement this successfully within my classroom of year 3/4 students.
    Thanks Laura 🙂

    Comment by Laura Costantino on January 8, 2018 at 7:24 am


    • Holly (Teach Starter) Holly (Teach Starter)

      Hi Laura,

      I would suggest picking a major term goal for the students. So perhaps one term you are focusing on narrative writing. So that may be what you use the bump it up wall. Another way could be if you find your class need a lot of development in their comprehension, or perhaps it’s handwriting. You could then develop a bump it up wall for one topic you feel your class may need significant development.

      I hope this helps.
      Kind regards,
      Holly

      Official comment by Holly (Teach Starter) on January 8, 2018 at 7:52 am


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Resource Updates

  • Alternate 'Success Criteria" page, featuring the turtle, has been added.

    Addition by Errol (Teach Starter) 10th Jan, 2018

  • A turtle graphic has been added as an alternative to the snail as per a request from one of our members.

    Addition by Holly (Teach Starter) 13th Nov, 2017

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