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Teachers: Our top tips to help you reclaim your weekends

  • by: Anna from Pobble
  • On: 9, Oct 2020
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Teachers: Our top tips to help you reclaim your weekends

Time, the one thing that all teachers need more of. We feel it too, there just aren’t enough hours in the day and that means that your teaching jobs end up unfinished, leaving you to use your precious...

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6 of the best behaviour management strategies for your classroom

Teachers face many challenges, behaviour management is often the toughest. It takes time and patience to develop effective strategies. There’s no magic wand. What works for one class, might not work f...

Sensory classroom strategies to inspire writing

Sensory classroom strategies are commonplace for SEND pupils. I’d argue, however, they might benefit all children. After all, many pupils find it difficult to express the sensory details that make a p...

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How to stop stationery going missing in your classroom

If you work in a school, you’ve likely been there. The curse of missing stationery! As I’m writing this, I’m reminded of my favourite stapler that went missing from the staffroom about 8 years ago… I’...

12 powerful poetry types to teach your class - with examples!

There are many forms of poetry all with different characteristics and structures. The interplay of words and rhythm can help children understand and appreciate the world around them and find new ways ...

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35 ideas for improving literacy that actually work

At Pobble, we’re on a mission to support schools with improving literacy skills, be it reading, writing or speaking. To help out our fellow teachers, we wanted to share with you a few of our favourite...

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Six super sight word activities

Sight words often have little meaning on their own, but they do contribute a great deal to the meaning of a sentence. Young learners must recognise these frequently encountered words without sounding ...

4 simple tech ideas you can use to improve writing

As an edtech company we're always exploring ways that technology can support the teaching of writing.

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7 super strategies to stop shouting out in class

Does this sound familiar? You’re in the zone, your class is engaged and on task... Then one student, shouts out and breaks your flow.

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Teaching writing: The power of a hook

Purposeful creativity in the classroom has the power to ignite young minds and imaginations.

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