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Funny writing ideas to get your class smiling!

  • by: Anna from Pobble
  • On: 15, Mar 2021
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Funny writing ideas to get your class smiling!

Looking for a mood boost for you and your class? It starts with a smile and before you know it you've got guaranteed giggles! Smiling or laughing activates and relieves your stress response. Engaging ...

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5 spring-themed quick writes

If you've got a few minutes spare and want to work on your pupils writing skills, then Pobble's quick writes are ideal. They begin with some thought-provoking images and are followed by open ended que...

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7 spring writing ideas to celebrate the new season

Hello spring! The season of rejuvenation and regrowth. Not only can the changing weather lift your spirits, but it’s also a great opportunity to have some fun, educate your class and produce some exce...

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World Book Day writing ideas - with examples!

Reading and writing go hand in hand, so what better way to celebrate World Book Day than to get your class writing about a beloved book or a favourite character! Every year around World Book Day the P...

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10 Christmas writing ideas for the classroom

Whether you're looking for classroom ideas to get you in the festive spirit or for Christmas writing ideas to help you to teach a particular writing genre, we've got you covered. As always, a quick se...

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11 awesome anti-bullying writing ideas

We've searched our extensive writing bank for the best anti-bullying writing ideas. As usual, our teaching community did not disappoint! Teachers like you, from around the world have shared some brill...

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5 quick writes for the run up to Christmas

If you've got a few minutes spare and want to work on your pupils' writing skills, then Pobble's quick writes are ideal. They begin with some thought-provoking images and are followed by open ended qu...

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11 classroom debate ideas for purposeful writing

Holding a class debate can be a great way to spark ideas for purposeful writing, allowing pupils to produce persuasive discussion texts or balanced arguments from their findings.

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7 spooky writing ideas to try with your class!

‘Tis the season to get spooky! It’s a great time to let children’s imaginations run wild with thoughts of mysterious magic, ghostly goings-on and spooky spells.

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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 ...

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