Key Stage One Whole Class Writing Reminder Pencil

Key Stage One Whole Class Writing Reminder Pencil

A large whole class writing reminder displayed as a pencil (spread over 3 pages of A4).
Designed to be displayed for the whole class to see and refer to at the end of a lesson to ensure they have presented their work as expected by the class teacher.

The prompts are as follows:

Have you written today’s date?

Have you written the title?

Have you assessed your work?

Have you read your work?

Have you checked punctuation?

Have you met the Lesson Objective or your target?

Each reminder has an eye-catching icon to prompt the children.

This resource is also available as a children’s size pencil, with a choice of prompts for you to add.

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  • Jane Dunbar
    ULTIMATE July 21st 2020

    I’ve printed this off twice now but both times there is a small gap between the joins. Could this be made with an overlap at the page joins to make it neater when putting together please?

    • Teacher’s Pet
      ADMIN July 21st 2020

      Hi Jane,

      The resource does actually go edge-to-edge, however, very few desktop printers are able to print to the very edge of the page, this is why there is a gap. Simply use a trimmer or a pair of scissors to trim away the edge of the paper to get a neat & flush finish.

      Hope this helps,


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