After spending the first week back to school teaching the children how to rule their maths copy, reminding them to write the title, date, etc. I decided to make a visual reminder to leave up in the classroom.
I have included 12 different pages – ruled with single line, double line, title in pencil/red pen, etc. If you would like me to include another example or more instruction labels to suit your class, feel free to send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook.
Instruction labels included:
– Write the title on the top line with a capital letter.
-Rule the margin and top line with red pen.
-Count across 8 squares and draw two lines going down.
-Write the date in the top right corner.
-Title in red pen, starting with a capital letter.
-Rule the margin and top line with a double line in red pen.
– Write the date in red pen in the top right corner.
– Write the page number in the top left corner.
-Write with letters resting on the lines.
-Skip a line when you go on to a new exercise.
-Write the page number in red pen in the top left corner.
-Write each number in a new box.
I’m going to print the copy page on A3 paper and add the instruction labels and arrows.