Talking Partner Display Posters


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Talking Partner Display Posters - Good sitting, talking partners, partner, listen, behaviour management, SEN, good sitting, crossed legs, folder arms, hands up, quiet, good listening, good looking, lips closed, listening, brain box

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  • Jun 20th

    Great resource to start 1st grade routines with any time we meet at the carpet for shared reading, shared writing, number talks, or calendar. Would love a larger inZaner Bloser font.

    • Jun 20th

      Hi hensleyb,
      Thank you very much for commenting! It's great to hear from you :)

  • Sep 6th

    Reminders for effective partner work

  • Feb 28th

    To help as non-verbal clues during learning time.

  • Feb 10th

    To train k-3 students for classroom conversations

  • Feb 3rd

    sen work

  • Jan 22nd

    Training my P2's to be better talking partners!

  • Jan 16th

    great resource

  • Jan 5th

    Training my Y1 class to be better talking partners.

  • Apr 6th

    fantastic work

Talking Partner Display Posters

Talking Partner Display Posters - A colourful set of posters to help remind children what the key skills are for talking partners. A behaviour management essential -why not display these resources to refer to during carpet times?
This resource is available in Standard, Precursive, Cursive and Editable.
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    • Twinkl added Editable Version on Aug 3rd
    • Twinkl added Precursive Version on Jan 25th
    • Twinkl added Cursive Version on Jan 25th

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