Teach Starter Blog

Hints & Tips

This blog category covers a range of hints and tips that may be useful to a classroom teacher. General hints and tips for teaching young children, but also hints and tips on how to get the best out of your Teach Starter account with our Studio function.

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How to Create a Bump It Up Classroom Display

The purpose of the bump it up classroom display is to help students visually track their learning progress. But, where do you begin? 

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Hints & Tips Tutorials

The Best Handwriting Worksheet Generator!

A quick and easy guide to creating handwriting worksheets using our handwriting widget.

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Hints & Tips

7 Tips for Organising a Teacher's Desk

Everything was in order, until...the paperwork started coming in!

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Hints & Tips

The Power of Questioning in the Classroom

Did you know that teachers are asking up to 400 questions a day?

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Hints & Tips

11 Hints and Tips to Help Correct Letter Confusion (Letter Reversal)

Here are some great ideas to help your students with letter confusion and letter reversals.

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Fun Attention-Grabbing Tips for your Classroom

We have all been there, not having a suitable way to gain the attention of a rowdy class can really impact on the flow of the day! Here are some fantastic ways to gain the attention of your class...

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Using Visible Learning Goals in Your Classroom

A short blog explaining how to use visible learning goals in your classroom.

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Creating Teach Starter Hints & Tips

The Cone and Cylinder Debate!

The debate is over...we have come to our final decision.

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Composting in the Classroom - Including Curriculum Links!

Nearly 25% of all landfill waste could have been composted into a rich, beneficial resource. This blog outlines how you can compost in your classroom...

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Classroom Management Hints & Tips

8 Fun and Effective Lesson Closures

It’s happened to all of us, the intention is there but just as you’re thinking “I still have ten minutes…” the bell rings and the lesson ends with a frantic collection of work!

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