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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Self Registration on the Interactive Whiteboard - Bev Evans

Hi Everyone,
Have you visited Communication 4 All yet? If you are an Early years or Primary teacher Bev Evans' site will keep you downloading for hours. Today I had a close look at the self registration interactive white board resources in the Early Years section. Name a child who wouldn't love to register their presence by shooting a rocket across an interactive white board first thing in the morning! There are registration programs on all sorts of themes like: balloons, flowers , fish pirates, animals and the seasons- just to name a few!
If you do visit, have a good look around the site because Bev is adding new material all the time.


  1. That really is a great resource that I will pass on to others! Thanks for sharing it.

  2. Sue, this blog is absolutely amazing !!! I stumbled across it this morning and could spend the rest of my day reading all the information you have on here!! Thank you so much for creating such an amazing site. I have a son who has Down Syndrome, he is in year 8 in a mainstream school, and I can't wait to show his teachers your site tomorrow. I'm so excited :)

  3. Thanks for the feed back. I am pleased that you found the site useful :)

  4. Hi Sue,
    Loved Bev Evans site. Thanks for sharing it. I'm going to try that self registration on the white board on Monday. Only problem is I share the smartboard and only have it Monday and Tuesday. Hi to your Junior Crew, too.
    Mary Ellen

  5. What a great resource! I am a special ed teacher now teaching at uni and am always looking for new things to tell my students about. I am blogging about behaviour support and am always excited to find fun things to motivate kids.

  6. Thanks for this link Sue. I will pass it on to our Early Years teachers - I'm sure they will love it.


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