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Room 13 - Chapters 1-4 bundle of activities including reading comprehensions.

Room 13 - Chapters 1-4 bundle of activities including reading comprehensions.

Included is a range of activities including reading comprehensions for each chapter and follow-up activities to extend learning of each chapter. Skills covered: Reading comprehension - inference, deduction, vocabulary, prediction, author intentions etc. Informal and formal writing Character profiling Imagery - creating illustrations from evidence in the text. Diary writing - recalling events from the day and recording them in a diary extract.
miketaylorsthelens
Split Digraph Wizard

Split Digraph Wizard

Help children master split digraphs. Includes detailed guidance notes for teachers with different approaches to explaining split digraphs along with four activities based on active learning games that can involve the whole class. Activities are progressive and support children to understand digraphs and split digraphs. The introductory activities use simple and familiar words that can be transformed into split digraphs. Further activities include more challenging words to stretch children and consolidate learning. Resources include: - Guidance notes for teachers - Printable letters and accompanying slides - Worksheets (113 slides/sheets in total)
MagicSounds
HANDWRITING CHECKLIST ASSESSMENT

HANDWRITING CHECKLIST ASSESSMENT

10 assessment objectives for good cursive handwriting. Measure progress with handwriting. Use for: peer assessment self assessment to show progress to measure progress
kjh498
5* Writing Assessment Guide

5* Writing Assessment Guide

A fantastic way to assess writing in the early elementary/primary classroom. All Posters can be printed and laminated for display. The Jotter prompts are perfect for the inside of a composition notebook. The Assessment strips work really well for self and peer assessment. Product Contents: * 5 * Writing Poster * 5 Individual Posters * Jotter Prompt A4 * Jotter Prompt A5 * Assessment Strips
teachinginateacup
Halloween mats

Halloween mats

3 sets of 12 mats; each with a different sentence and picture about Halloween offering an opportunity to read, match, write, cut, stick and color. (fonts: 2 sets in comic sans, 1 set in CCW Cursive Outline 1).
butterbeans65
Read, Build, Write Boards - Word Work

Read, Build, Write Boards - Word Work

The boards are excellent for ‘word work’, tricky words, keywords and so much more. Once printed, they can be laminated so that they are reusable. As a teacher or parent, you can write a word in the ‘read’ section. The child can then ‘build’ this word with play-doh, magnetic letters or a variety of other materials. This gives the child the perfect foundation to then write the word in the ’write’ section. Product Contents: 10 Read, Build, Write Boards
teachinginateacup
Key Stage 1 writing prompts with word banks X 8

Key Stage 1 writing prompts with word banks X 8

A set of EIGHT A4 writing prompts. Each prompt consists of a colour picture with associated topic words and lines below. These have a WALT included to remind pupils to use punctuation and adjectives. They would be suitable as an independent assessed writing prompt, as an independent guided reading task or as an intervention activity to encourage speaking and listening, inference or writing. Possible homeowrk activity too. Simple but useful.
emilycherrill
KS1 Seasonal Writing Paper

KS1 Seasonal Writing Paper

A range of decorated lined paper to make writing activities special. An excellent way to display children's writing for parents evening or writing folders. There are 14 unique seasonal designs and some are also available in black and white or different colours. All designs come in fully lined paper and half lined paper to allow space for a drawing. Topics include: - Spring - Christmas - Easter - Bonfire night - Halloween spiders - Birthday balloons - Patterns - Bunting - Winter
Pencilplayground
KS1 - Correct the Spellings - Worksheets

KS1 - Correct the Spellings - Worksheets

These worksheets would be ideal for KS1 or LA KS2 pupils to complete as morning activities and/or guided reading activities. They require the children to know and correct the spellings of common exception words and even homophones.
TheEducatorsCorner
A self-assessment tool for children to use to improve their writing across all subjects.

A self-assessment tool for children to use to improve their writing across all subjects.

This resource can be used for Key Stage Two learners and for High Attaining Pupils (HAP) in Key Stage One. The pupil-voice questions challenges pupils to improve their standard of writing. The self-assessment questions are based on the End Of Key Stage Two assessment criteria. These cards can be trimmed and laminated and used in every single lesson: 1) Insert them into the back of pupils books 2) Send the cards home with homework to be used with parents and carers. 3) Use them as part of in-lesson peer assessment. 4) Use as part of intervention with a Teaching Assistant/Inclusion Officer. 5) Build confidence of EAL/SEND/Pupil Premium pupils so that can monitor their own progress and build confidence for writing. 6)Perfect as a starter for every lesson: "Do you have your CONFIDENCE IN WRITING CARDS? Which aspect will you focus on today? Show me you are an OUTSTANDING WRITER by using your CONFIDENCE CARDS today." 7) Dyslexia, ASD friendly. 8) Fully in line with Path To Success and Growth Mindset.
teachingmums