The doodad you asked for: Speech Bubbles
Super useful colourful speech bubbles for displays.
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would really love speech bubbles to be about 4/5 to an A4 sheet is that possible? Have used these larger ones on a large display in preschool to label shapes found in a house looked really effective and children were really proud of their work thanks for that. Next job needs smaller version though
I used these for a comic strip last year with my year 4 class. It made the comic look really colourful.
This year I am using them for my weekly challenge display in year 1 the kids will love them.
This is a fantastic website- my class is going to look great!!
lilliejos, I have printed 4 to a page by choosing that from my printer options. Maybe your school printer can do that….
I have used this resource in my KS2 classroom.
I superimposed text over the top with various directions (e.g. silent, whisper, talk, hands up, stay in your seat, move around sensibly if you need to, work as a group, work in pairs, work on you own…)
I will use these as part of my classroom / behaviour management strategy. Before each classroom task I will ask the students to choose which directions will be necessary for that task. When chosen these will be displayed one the class whiteboard so students have a constant reminder of how they should complete the task. Reminding them of what is expected is as easy as pointing to the board.
I like the looks of it.
I am currently in a 2/3 class and my classroom looks fantastic thanks to this website. Thanks ever so much.
I used these delicious speech and thought bubbles for a PSHE display in Year 5. The class drew around some of the children. Inside the body shapes they wrote lots of words to decribe feelings, and then everbody wrote a sentence in a bubble, e.g. “I feel really proud when someone says I’m a kind person.” or “I get so excited when I buy a new Warhammer figure”.
The bubbles made it look really smart yet friendly. The display’s had lots of admiring comments.