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CVC word visuals

CVC word visuals

A few basic CVC words (used in our school for children just beginning to sound out CVC words)
EYFS7
Initial sounds flip on powerpoint

Initial sounds flip on powerpoint

This resource can be used as a practically (printed for resources, used during lessons etc) or used as a video to sing along to- we use the lyrics ‘a is for ant a a ant, b is for bird b b bird’ etc. I made this with the children so hope you enjoy!
EYFS7
Sounds Like Fun

Sounds Like Fun

Sounds like Fun - An exciting songbook to support Communication and Language. Content: Listening skills; Confidence to join in; Awareness of print; Pre-writing skills; Writing for a purpose; The joy of stories; Care and handling of books; Experimenting with sounds; Letter recognition; Practising phonics; Learning the alphabet; Opportunities for interaction; Development of language skills; Use of mime and facial expression; Imagination and expression of ideas; Understanding of questions and answers; Opportunities for description; Following instructions; Sequencing and predicting; Learning days of the week; Awareness of rhyme. 40 songs included - 20 with vocals and 20 instrumental versions. Also contains the sheet music and lyrics for each song. Please note this is a digital download, you will be able to download the file to your computer after payment is completed. The file has been compressed (zipped) to speed up the download process. To unzip it right click on the downloaded file and select extract to here. 1 Come on everybody! Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 2 Listen Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 3 My hand is saying… Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 4 Words Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 5 Beautiful books Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 6 Question and answer Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 7 Hidey-hole Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 8 Sound songs Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 9 Lots of letters Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 10 Alphabet boogie! Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 11 Time for rhyme Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 12 Silly song Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 13 Look at me! Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 14 Patterns in the sky Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 15 Ready to write Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 16 I am very busy Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 17 Shopping list Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 18 Make a cake Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 19 The journey Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment 20 Name the day Vocal track Instrumental accompaniment
Under5s_Uk
Christmas:Tutor Time & Assembly Bundle

Christmas:Tutor Time & Assembly Bundle

Christmas:Tutor Time & Assembly Bundle Last Week of term bundle. To take the pressure off Tutor Time and the end of term assembly. Included in this bundle is: Christmas Quiz: Interactive resource complete with INTERACTIVE scoreboard!! SEVEN rounds. Consisting of Religious, popular culture (Secular) , Music, True or False, A Teamwork round and Symbols of Christmas. Complete with you tube links for the music round. If you like this resource, please give us a review and we will send you a free resource of your choice of the same value. Christmas Interactive Crack the Code Wheel:This resource consists of a PowerPoint (4 slides) and a Resource Booklet (3 pages) It is designed to be used interactively as a class to generate a code forumla for pupils to create their own secret messages in the code. Alternatively, pupils can make their own Crack the Code wheels and create their very own personal secret code and their peers can try to crack them! If you are creating them yourself for mass pupil use, we always suggest that you laminate them prior to assemble for longevity of use. You can copy and paste the Crack the Code Generator slide into any presentation you wish or use the slide as a standalone resource. Click on the spin button to start the generator and the stop button to stop it. 2x Tutor Time sessions: This will be a great addition to your tutor time sessions during the last week of term. Included are two fully resourced PowePoints that will bring a festive slant to your Tutor Time sessions during the last week of term. Session 1: Has Christmas Lost its Meaning? Pupils discuss what Christmas means to them. Then they watch a YouTube clip on Jesus Vs Santa and they must make notes on this. They complete a class survey on whether they believe that Christmas has lost its meaning. The session ends with a Christmas edition of our Emoji Selector. Session 2: Christmas around the world. Pupils have to locate the given countries on the map and then take notes based on the YouTube video clip. The session ends withh an opinion line activity. 1 Christmas Award Ceremony: This is a fully editable PowerPoint with MUSIC. It is great for the last assembly before the Christmas holidays. It is designed to award academic excellence and to add a bit of festive fun to proceedings too. The PowerPoint consists of over 63 slides with 25 award categories with award category slides left blank for you to add your own should you so wish. Following each award category slide is a 'Winner is...' slide where you can add a picture and insert the name of the pupil onto the admission ticket. A tutorial is included with this PowerPoint should you need it. Alternatively, if you do not wish to add your own pictures, the admission ticket can be pasted onto the 'Award Category' slide with the name of each pupil typed onto it. This is a really fun end to the year-we really hope you and the pupils enjoy using it. Christmas Mandala Activity: This resource contains 20 pre-drawn mandalas and then 5 differentiated sheets/options for pupils to create their own mandalas. Also included: 10 minute snowflake timer and 10 minute Icicle timer When pupils create their own it is recommended that you encourage them to explain their creation. i.e. the significance of the items and shapes within their drawings and the symbolism of the colours used too. Have a very merry Christmas! If you review this resource we will give you another resource of the same value for FREE. We hope that you enjoy this resource! We would love your feedback, if you like what you see, please follow us: on Tes TeachElite's Shop click the'Follow this Author button' . We will keep you updated on any sales we throw or FREEBIES we upload. You can find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TeachEliteRE and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TeachElite/
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Letter Reversals and Alphabet Practice Mega Bundle

Letter Reversals and Alphabet Practice Mega Bundle

These resources are packed with over 240 fun, multi-sensory activities to help with alphabet letter recognition, letter reversals, tracking, directionality, and reading fluency. They use multiple senses to activate different parts of the brain and build stronger connections. They also reinforce memory skills, problem-solving skills, fine motor control, and the importance of left, right, up and down. These skills are essential for reading success and can be especially challenging for those with dyslexia and other learning difficulties making is difficult for them to comprehend what they are reading. By using these engaging, multi-sensory activities students can exercise their brain to improve some of the issues associated with dyslexia and character recognition. They are also useful for struggling readers of all ages. Fun as a warm up or quick activity, students enjoy them so much they do them over and over again. Included: Brain Exercises for Learning to Read – Alphabet Visual Discrimination. Letter Reversal Resource Binder of Activities b d p q g and Letter Reversal Interactive Spinners for b d p q g. What you will find inside: ✎Ideas for how to use Brain Exercises with students of all ages. ✎Multisensory “Amazing Maze” and “Amazing Box Tool” for visual discrimination, letter recognition, and directionality practice. This fun, hands on activity also promotes memory and right-left brain integration. ✎Five different activity sheets for each letter of the alphabet, 4 A-Z activities, and 4 vowel activities. (138 total). Activities include: tracing, matching, find the letter, complete the pattern/picture, mazes, scanning, reading fluency practice, multisensory movement ideas. ✎Left/Right directionality practice sheets, including practice with fine motor skills and reading fluency. ✎Letter reversal spinners ✎b/d p/q activity sheets ✎Play-doh mats ✎Sorting cards ✎Games ✎Mazes ✎Color by letter ✎Reading practice You may be interested in these other resources for students who struggle with letter reversals and dyslexia. ★Free b and d Letter Reversal Bookmark. ★Reverse It Card Game – Letter Reversal Edition ★Letter Reversal Word Card Game
Tammys-Toolbox
Initial sound snowmen- phonics

Initial sound snowmen- phonics

A set of snowmen to create to practice initial sounds. Each snowman has the head with the sound on the hat and 5 picture snowballs to build your snowman. Great for independent and group phonics activities during winter and in the run up to Christmas.
robbyn
Christmas: Christmas Activity Pack

Christmas: Christmas Activity Pack

Christmas: Christmas Activity Pack Get 50% off with code INNOVATE enter @ checkout! This bundle includes 15 Fantastic resources for £15. That's £1 a resource!! Everything you will need for the end of term. Packed with festive fun!!
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Short Vowel CVC Blending Phonics Practice Cards

Short Vowel CVC Blending Phonics Practice Cards

Engage beginning readers with these snowman CVC word blending cards to practice blending and segmenting individual sounds in words. These cards include 153 short vowel CVC words and digraphs, providing practice with critical phonemic awareness skills. Students use a snowman moving piece to practice sounds slowly at first and then faster to blend them into words. These work great with any reading program and Orton-Gillingham based methods. They are perfect for literacy centers, individual tutoring, and special education groups. Additional ideas for segmenting, word building and sorting are included. A print-friendly black and white version is included as well as blank cards to customize additional words. Anchor charts provide struggling readers with help decoding sounds.
Tammys-Toolbox
DIY Preschooler Learning Book/Binder (Preschooler MUST Know !!! )

DIY Preschooler Learning Book/Binder (Preschooler MUST Know !!! )

Titles covered in the binder: 1. My basic details(Name, Contact & Address) 2. Learn to write (1-20) 3. 26 letters (Cap & small letters matching) 4. I love colours 5. I can match shapes. 6. My face 7. Match your left & right hand. 8. Parts of the body 9. 5 senses - I can match (Hear, sight, smell, taste, touch) 10. Days of the week 11. Calendar 12. Today - tomorrow - Yesterday 13. I can fill in the clock 14. The 4 seasons (spring, summer, autumn, winter) 15. what is the weather today? 16. Day & Night 17. Animals & their babies 18. I can identify animal sounds 19. I can match animals to their sounds 20. I can identify (e.g. identify items belongs to Kitchen etc) 21. I know fruits 22. I taste with my tongue (sweet, sour, spicy, bitter) 23. Emotions 24. I am a firefighter, I need? 25. I am a policeman, I need? 26. What to wear? 27. What goes with that? 28. I can spot farm animals 29. Silhoutte of 30. Lifecycle of a chicken 31. How many legs? (0 leg, 2 legs, 4 legs, 6 legs) 32. Hot VS Cold things. 33. More VS Less 34. Long VS Short
123chirpchirp
Letter Reversals Word Edition Card Game

Letter Reversals Word Edition Card Game

This card game is a fun way to help kids build visual discrimination and correct letter reversals for improved reading skills. It makes a great reading learning center game and tutoring activity. Players must discriminate between the most commonly reversed letters in order to correctly read the words and get rid of their cards. The letters practiced include: d, b, p, q, g, m, w, n. The words on, no, was, saw, and own are also included. Word cards were created using EZRead Kids Font made for dyslexic readers and students that learn differently. This game can be used as extra practice for students using any Orton Gillingham based reading program. Players practice identifying letters and blending sounds to decode words. Cards may also be used as flash cards or as a matching game activity. This game provides differentiated instruction for tutoring sessions, general classroom use, homeschool, and special education. For 2 to 4 players Grades K-3, Special Education Included: How to Assemble and Play 80 Word Cards (you can print as many as you need) 8 Draw 2 Cards 8 Skip Cards 8 Reverse Cards 4 Wild Cards 4 Wild Crazy Cards Set of blank cards to customize Back Side to make cards double sided ★Check out more phonics card games and letter reversal activities including the Reverse It Resource Binder of Visual Discrimination Activities.
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