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Brand NEW Transition Resources

Brand NEW Transition Resources

Can you believe that it’s that time of year again already!?
Time to begin to say farewell to our classes and meet the new munchkins we’ll be moulding and shaping in the new school year.

Transition is a huge part of our focus from now until… well, Christmas really… it’s not just about getting to know our class it’s about sharing our expectations, addressing their worries, getting into that all important routine and for some children, getting to know a whole new school, class and teacher.

Thankfully, we’re spoilt for choice now when it comes to accessing ideas on the web for ‘moving up days’ and ‘first day of school’ activities.
You only have to browse pinterest for 5 minutes to see a wealth of photos of what everyone has been up to during their transition day or week, in some cases.

I’ve tried and tested many of these ideas over the years… but let’s be honest, as much as we’d all like to be one of these glamorous, all singing all dancing, organised Instagram teachers… the reality is, this time of year is full of pressure and time consuming… there’s reports, data, sports days, assemblies… and so it goes.

The Pack

So… I decided to put together 50 of the best ideas from the internet… but instead of showing you 50 photos and ideas and then the dreaded long list of ‘stuff’ that you need to do, make and collect in order to make these ideas happen, I’ve basically done it all for you.
You could call it ‘An Idiots Guide to Transition Day’ if you like…
Nearly 200 pages of ready to go activities!

Download it here >>> 50 Transition Activities Pack

Every resource in the pack contains everything you will need to make it happen… excluding pencils of course. (How cool would it be if you could download those from your computer?!)

Each resource also comes with its own set of instructions! As I know all too well that there is nothing more frustrating than when you download a resource and then have no clue how to use it.

I’ve tried to make them as varied as possible, so there should be something for everyone, every age group and every scenario.
So whether you’re looking for something for the last day of school, a nice keepsake, moving up day, first day of nursery/reception or just welcoming a new class, you should find something to suit your needs.

As always, if you can’t find what you’re looking for, then we are only an email or Facebook message away!

So, happy browsing and downloading! And have a great last term everyone.

Christina

Author: Christina

My name's Christina and I work over at Teacher's Pet. I'm the gal responsible for creating all the resources, answering emails and taking care of our social network pages. I'm a fully qualified teacher (taught mostly in lower KS2 but secretly 'Reception is my favourite'). Also spent a lot of time working with children and young adults with disabilities with a passion for working with those with ASD.

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