Primary resources collections featured in the TES magazine:Friday 22nd July 2011
- The importance of water cannot be underestimated: it covers around 70% of the Earth’s surface and all known forms of life depend upon it. Therefore, when there is too much or too little water in certain places, the effects can be severe and wide-reaching.
- Traditional Stories are often moralistic or shine a light on human character. The stories are often populated with talking animals or magical characters. These short stories and their use of repetitive language and catchphrases (e.g. ‘You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man’) can be used as a model for similar stories of the children’s own invention.
TESiboard have produced digital storybooks and related interactive activities based on six traditional tales. The interactive books have two versions, one with simpler text and sound support for younger or emerging readers, and another to ‘read alone’. All TESiboard fiction books include the Magic Wand feature: click to separate the characters and props from the background on each page, for pupils to rebuild the scenes in their own way.
- TESiboard now has over 200 interactive resources to teach phonics and high frequency words. All the content has a sound pedagogical base, using the progression sequence found in Letters and Sounds. Full coverage of phase 2 through to phase 5 ensures you have activities for whatever stage your pupils are at.
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