Moving on display pack - Item 436 - ELSA Support

Moving on display pack – Item 436


Add to wishlist

This is a downloadable resource - once purchased, it will be available for you to download.

This ‘Moving on display pack’ was requested from one of our members. It is a display pack for transition to secondary school.

It fits in nicely with our free game for transition

It basically covers 50 questions that pupils may have about secondary and I have also included an editable template so you can add anymore you may think about.

Included in the pack:

  • 4 different banners
  • 50 question cards on A4 – please print smaller if needed
  • 38 feeling words
  • Editable feeling words (PowerPoint needed)
  • Editable question cards (PowerPoint needed)
  • 7 x A3 emotion faces – these are large for you to cut out and dot around the display
"Thanks for all the work you do on the website, as I honestly don’t think I would be the Elsa I am today without your resources. I bought the starter pack when I started Elsa and it gave me a good start. I’m always on your site as I love the shared ideas too. Our school is on a tight budget - as are many - so I love your Freebie Friday as I use these resources most days and it helps so many vulnerable children on a daily basis. I don’t think I’d be the Elsa I am today without it. Thanks so much Debbie for the time and effort you take to make it all happen."

Read more testimonials ›

Other Resources you will love!
Moving on transition interventionMoving on transition interventionMoving on transition intervention

Moving on transition intervention – Item 293

The Moving On transition intervention is written for a group of four children and is led by an ELSA or teaching assistant. It covers emotions,…


Primary School Memory Book – Item 367

This is a Primary School Memory Book for Year 6 children to work on independently. This year children probably won't get the chance to do…


My Transition Lapbook – Item 125

My Transition Lapbook - Transition to another SCHOOL or CLASS -  My idea for this is that this can be built with a child, combining lessons…



Lost your password?