Lynn: Stickers! Especially personalised stickers. Click on the one shown here for details of some lovely personalised stickers. Children always respond well to stickers, and personalised ones are certainly a bonus for use with the little ones, as their parents may not know your name!
This amazing collection of wonderful stories, written by the hilarious Terry Jones and illustrated by Michael Foreman, will have both children and parents rolling with laughter. Sail to the moon with a brave and beautiful princess. Swim around the world with a talking fish. Meet a boy who has a dinosaur in his shed.
Angela: SupplyBag - The essential resource for supply teachers.
SupplyBag is our sister site, and contains all the information you could possibly need (as far as we know!) about becoming a supply teacher, being a supply teacher, and being a better supply teacher. Resources include books and a forum.
Jenny: Gets all her favourite ideas from other supply teachers.
Danfur: Loves to use puppets! Her interview page features our favourites. We found (and own!) some beautiful puppets from The Puppet Company and have been known to buy (too many) from Ikea over the years. Puppets for your supply teaching bag!
Katie: Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown is one of Katie's favourite resources. It has endless opportunities for wider curriculum activities. The story features Stanley Lambchop who has an unfortunate accident that results in him being flat. A series of adventures ensues - what exciting journeys could your pupils go on if they were flat?
Sally-Jayne: Is a specialist language teacher, so her dangling carrot is often the promise of learning a new french song! Her favourite supply teaching resource is Singing French, a book of songs in french. Fear not, there's an accompanying CD!