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#### Treasure Hunt Interactive Activity - KS1 Geometry

KS1 Geometry - Treasure Hunt Interactive Activity This interactive activity tasks pupils with following the direction instructions to find the hidden treasure. Use the directional arrows to move around the grid. This resource helps pupils to practise following directions. It is a great activity to use with the whole class, or for pupils to explore independently.

#### Label the Clock - Interactive Activity - KS1/KS2 Measurement

KS1/KS2 Measurement - Label the Clock - Interactive Activity This interactive activity tasks pupils with matching the time in words to the correct place on the clock face. This is a useful resource for teaching time and the associated vocabulary.

#### Fill the Digits on the Clock - Interactive Activity - KS1 Measurement

KS1 Measurement - Fill the Digits on the Clock - Interactive Activity This interactive activity tasks pupils with filling the digits on an analogue clock. This resource works well with the whole class or for pupils to practise independently.

#### Classroom Clock - KS1/KS2 Measurement

KS1/KS2 Measurement - Classroom Clock This is an interactive classroom clock, which is perfect to display on the interactive whiteboard and use for instruction or classroom activities.

#### Number Matching Interactive Game - KS1 Number

KS1 Number - Number Matching Interactive Game This game asks pupils to select the right pin to pop each balloon as fast as possible. Pupils are required to match either numerals or the number of spots. This is a great resource to help pupils practise counting and numeral recognition.

#### Interactive Word Matching Game - Make Your Own Template - Literacy KS1/KS2

Make your own interactive word puzzle This is an interactive matching activity for emerging readers to practise tricky and key words. Start by entering the words you would like to include. Pupils are then tasked with matching the sounds on the spaceship to the word cards. This game has two difficulty levels; ‘easy’ is simple word matching while ‘hard’ requires pupils to match the written word to the spoken word. A versatile and useful resource to use on the interactive whiteboard with the whole class, or for pupils to complete in small groups or individually.

#### Creative Activities/Games for Primary School Kids

This booklet contains a huge range of activities/games for primary school pupils to develop the following types of skills: coordination, memory, mathematical, creative, musical, self-awareness, visual, verbal, listening, organisational, cooperative, language. The activities/games described are easy to follow with a focus of keeping the preparation time needed to a minimum.

#### All About Me - That's my cuppa' tea!

A fun activity for new classes. The students fill in the different sections of the cup of tea to tell the rest of the class all about themselves - their likes, their favourite things, a self-portrait, what they’d like everyone to know about them and what they’d like to get better at this year. Perfect for a unique display in any classroom! Loads more fun and unique resources here. Or why not check us out at www.psheresources.com

#### Harry Potter Welcome Banner

Harry Potter themed welcome back banner. Black and White, includes the sorting hat. Could be printed on coloured paper for the more colourful classroom.

#### Science- float or sink, magnetic and not magnetic for SEN, Early Years and Primary

3 worksheets for Sink or Float. Also includes an extension worksheet for higher abilities to find and use own items. Allows children to predict if they think an item will sink or float. When given the items and a clear bowl filled with water they can place the item in and observe if the item sinks or floats, enabling them to discover if they were right or wrong in their predictions. A great activity for all abilities with 3 worksheets to demonstrate the children’s understanding and learning. Includes pictures of items to experiment with, and pictures for float or sink. 3 worksheets to discover magnetic and not magnetic items, plus 2 extension worksheets. Great to reinforce learning, use prediction and observation to record children’s understanding and learning. Includes a fourth worksheet for higher ability level students to record findings by answering some simple questions, recapping their observations, and a blank worksheet for students to select their own items to predict and check. Uses photographic items and clear pictures for items that are magnetic or not magnetic to enable easy recording. Get students to cut out and stick items, then record if they think it will be magnetic or not magnetic. Give them the items and a magnet and allow them to explore if their predictions were correct. For higher level students- encourage them to identify more obscure items, then predict if it will be magnetic or not magnetic, then allow them to discover if they were correct.

#### Maths for SEN, Early Years, Primary

Differentiated worksheets for: big and small, counting, time (days and months) forming numbers 0-5, 0-10 and 0-20. Money, Non standard measure, numbers big and small, ordering numbers, Patterns, Time (written 24 hour problems) Weighing standard and non standard

#### Comprehension, plurals, syllables and descriptive writing for SEN, Early Years and Primary

Ideal for teacher training or NQT a literacy bundle that has a range of worksheets for SEN, Early Years, Reception, Primary and Preschoolers. Includes differentiated worksheets for students who are at the pre-writing stage, up to writing independently. This bundle has worksheets for comprehension of photos, nursery rhymes, identifying singular photos and plurals, and descriptive writing from writing about events/ things shown in a range of photos. Includes differentiated comprehension from 16 photos, and 12 nursery rhymes. No preparation needed apart from cutting out and laminating of plural pictures so that they can be reused if needed.

#### Koala Visual Timetable

Hand designed and drawn Koala themed visual timetable. Most suited to a KS1 class to stick in the classroom and show what is happening in the day. Includes; phonics, English, maths, science, circle time, geography, history, story time, golden time, assembly, music. recorders, handwriting, reading, D.T. art, P.E, register, lunch and break. Hope you like them! They took a very long time!

#### School Subject Stickers + Blanks to customise - The Curly Hair Project Resources

Beautiful stickers to print off to use as subject labels plus some blanks to customise for yourself. The Curly hair Project (CHP) is an award-winning social enterprise founded by autistic author and entrepreneur Alis Rowe. She spent her whole life feeling really isolated and ‘different’ and didn’t want anyone else to have these feelings. At the age of 22 years, Alis was diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum and when searching for support from written material, she couldn’t find anything that resonated with herself. So, she thought she would set up a Facebook page and reach out to others who may feel the same. This was the start of Curly Hair Project. www.thegirlwiththecurlyhair.co.uk

#### Mountains - Geographical Land forms: Blue Mountains, Sydney

Mountains - Geographical Landforms: Blue Mountains - This resource has a notebook and a worksheet. This notebook looks at mountains and their features. It focuses on Blue Mountains in Sydney, but you can easily change that feature to your local mountains. It assists students in using maps. It has a fun activity of dressing Ed Sheeran for walking in the mountains. I also used that page and placed my students’ heads on the body, so that it was personalised so they could be dressed on the interactive whiteboard and on paper to walk in the mountains. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match aspects of the mountain as well as a writing sheet. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) for teaching life skills but can be used as a valuable resource for early years literacy. There is an accompanying visual symbol board to print.

#### Descriptive Writing for SEN, Early Years, Primary and ESOL

27 Differentiated worksheets (9 different photos, for either lower, middle or higher abilities) for students to either cut out and stick words to make descriptive sentences after looking at the photo, write a sentence or two using the words provided as a prompt or spelling aid, or to use a dictionary/ thesaurus to independently write their own descriptive sentences. Extension- encourage students to find their own pictures and describe them in as many sentences as they can.

#### TGWTCH Describes Aspergers Syndrome & Autism A1 Poster - Curly Hair Project Autism Resources

Fantastic comic strip showing a conversation describing both Aspergers Syndrome and Autism. The girl with the curly hair character is talking to a neurotypical person explaining what it is like on a day to day basis. Great explanation by an autistic adult which will help others understand the daily challenges. The Curly hair Project (CHP) is an award-winning social enterprise founded by autistic author and entrepreneur Alis Rowe. She spent her whole life feeling really isolated and ‘different’ and didn’t want anyone else to have these feelings. At the age of 22 years, Alis was diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum and when searching for support from written material, she couldn’t find anything that resonated with herself. So, she thought she would set up a Facebook page and reach out to others who may feel the same. This was the start of Curly Hair Project. www.thegirlwiththecurlyhair.co.uk

#### Autism Action Calendar - The Curly Hair Project Autism Resources

This is a great calendar which can be used on any month with daily suggestions of tasks that can be done to make life more inclusive for someone with autism. The Curly hair Project (CHP) is an award-winning social enterprise founded by autistic author and entrepreneur Alis Rowe. She spent her whole life feeling really isolated and ‘different’ and didn’t want anyone else to have these feelings. At the age of 22 years, Alis was diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum and when searching for support from written material, she couldn’t find anything that resonated with herself. So, she thought she would set up a Facebook page and reach out to others who may feel the same. This was the start of Curly Hair Project. www.thegirlwiththecurlyhair.co.uk

#### 10 things to know about girls with autism Poster - The Curly Hair Project Autism resources

Great poster outlining the key features of females and autism. Due to the nature of how the female presents, it is often wuite difficult for females to be diagnosed or recognised as autistic. This poster will help identify some of the features which should be noted. The Curly hair Project (CHP) is an award-winning social enterprise founded by autistic author and entrepreneur Alis Rowe. She spent her whole life feeling really isolated and ‘different’ and didn’t want anyone else to have these feelings. At the age of 22 years, Alis was diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum and when searching for support from written material, she couldn’t find anything that resonated with herself. So, she thought she would set up a Facebook page and reach out to others who may feel the same. This was the start of Curly Hair Project. www.thegirlwiththecurlyhair.co.uk

#### 10 Positive things about Autism Poster - The Curly Hair Project Autism resources

Great poster which shows 10 positive things about autism. Self esteem and low mood are often features of a person on the autism spectrum so encouraging others to see the positive aspects of their personality is really important. The Curly hair Project (CHP) is an award-winning social enterprise founded by autistic author and entrepreneur Alis Rowe. She spent her whole life feeling really isolated and ‘different’ and didn’t want anyone else to have these feelings. At the age of 22 years, Alis was diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum and when searching for support from written material, she couldn’t find anything that resonated with herself. So, she thought she would set up a Facebook page and reach out to others who may feel the same. This was the start of Curly Hair Project. www.thegirlwiththecurlyhair.co.uk

#### School Poster Pack - The Curly Hair Project Autism Resources

Fantastic poster pack which includes: What does the girl with the curly hair want schools to know about Aspergers and ASD? What the girlw with the curly hair wished all school teachers knew about ASD… Why might the girl with the curly hair appear aloof? What are some of the reasons why the girl with the curly hair might find socialising difficult? The Curly hair Project (CHP) is an award-winning social enterprise founded by autistic author and entrepreneur Alis Rowe. She spent her whole life feeling really isolated and ‘different’ and didn’t want anyone else to have these feelings. At the age of 22 years, Alis was diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum and when searching for support from written material, she couldn’t find anything that resonated with herself. So, she thought she would set up a Facebook page and reach out to others who may feel the same. This was the start of Curly Hair Project. www​.thegirlwiththecurlyhair.co.uk

#### SEQUENCING STORIES BOOK 3

Stories to improve sequencing and text comprehension, each with a five-part text to put in order. Each story has two versions: one with simpler text and more limited vocabulary, which is useful for less-confident readers. Suitable for KS2 plus older pupils with less-developed literacy skills. Previously available through Easylearn. Two more books available.

#### SEQUENCING STORIES BOOK 2

Stories to improve sequencing and text comprehension, each with a four-part text to put in order. Each story has two versions: one with simpler text and more limited vocabulary, which is useful for less-confident readers. Suitable for KS1-mid KS2 plus older pupils with less-developed literacy skills. Previously available through Easylearn. Two more books available.

#### SEQUENCING STORIES BOOK 1

Stories to improve sequencing and text comprehension, each with a three-part text to put in order. Each story has two versions: one with simpler text and more limited vocabulary, which is useful for less-confident readers. Suitable for KS1 plus older pupils with less-developed literacy skills. Previously available through Easylearn. Two more books available.

#### Marking Adhesive Labels Printable Time Saving Sticky Label L7654 Adult Assisted Teacher Assisted Independent Work Checked by Your Teacher

Useful printable labels that will help save time marking. 40 labels per page, designed to fit on the Avery L7654 adhesive labels or similar. Download comes with or without gridlines. The gridlines version is useful if you want to print onto paper, cut and stick onto student work, whereas the no gridlines version is great for if you want to print directly onto adhesive labels. The marking label bundle pack includes: Checked by Your Teacher labels Independent Work labels Adult Assisted Work labels Teacher Assisted Work labels

#### Teacher Assisted Work Adhesive Label Printable Time Saving Marking Sticky Label L7654

Useful printable label that will help save time marking. 40 labels per page, designed to fit on the Avery L7654 adhesive labels or similar. Download comes with or without gridlines. The gridlines version is useful if you want to print onto paper, cut and stick onto student work, whereas the no gridlines version is great for if you want to print directly onto adhesive labels. You can save money if you buy my marking label bundle. The pack includes: Checked by Your Teacher labels Independent Work labels Adult Assisted Work labels Teacher Assisted Work labels

#### Cyber Safety: Watching YouTube safely

Watching YouTube safely - an introduction to Cyber Safety and how to watch YouTube clips safely on computers, mobile phones and tablets. What is safe and what is not safe. There is a simple guide of what to do if you do not like what you watch on YouTube. It helps you decide what are good or not good YouTube clips There are comprehension questions to establish an understanding of what YouTube clips is safe or not safe. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the concepts as well as a writing sheet. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) but can be used as a valuable resource for early years.

#### Independent Work Adhesive Label Printable Time Saving Marking Sticky Label L7654

Useful printable label that will help save time marking. 40 labels per page, designed to fit on the Avery L7654 adhesive labels or similar. Download comes with or without gridlines. The gridlines version is useful if you want to print onto paper, cut and stick onto student work, whereas the no gridlines version is great for if you want to print directly onto adhesive labels. You can save money if you buy my marking label bundle. The pack includes: Checked by Your Teacher labels Independent Work labels Adult Assisted Work labels Teacher Assisted Work labels

#### Adult Assisted Work Adhesive Label Printable Time Saving Marking Sticky Label L7654

Useful printable label that will help save time marking. 40 labels per page, designed to fit on the Avery L7654 adhesive labels or similar. Download comes with or without gridlines. The gridlines version is useful if you want to print onto paper, cut and stick onto student work, whereas the no gridlines version is great for if you want to print directly onto adhesive labels. You can save money if you buy my marking label bundle. The pack includes: Checked by Your Teacher labels Independent Work labels Adult Assisted Work labels Teacher Assisted Work labels

#### Checked by Your Teacher Adhesive Label Printable Time Saving Marking Sticky Label L7654

Useful printable label that will help save time marking. 40 labels per page, designed to fit on the Avery L7654 adhesive labels or similar. Download comes with or without gridlines. The gridlines version is useful if you want to print onto paper, cut and stick onto student work, whereas the no gridlines version is great for if you want to print directly onto adhesive labels. You can save money if you buy my marking label bundle. The pack includes: Checked by Your Teacher labels Independent Work labels Adult Assisted Work labels Teacher Assisted Work labels

#### New Term Welcome Adhesive Labels Printable J8163 Sticky Labels

Perfect for the start of term. Welcome students to your class with these sticky labels. There’s space to write your name if you wish. 14 labels per page, designed to fit on the Avery J8163 adhesive labels or similar. I have created two versions for you; one with the cheery emoji and one without. Download comes with or without gridlines. The gridlines version is useful if you want to print onto paper, cut and stick in, whereas the into the student’s book, whereas the no gridlines version is great for if you want to print directly onto adhesive labels.

Useful label printable for students to check their work independently. 14 labels per page, designed to fit on the Avery J8163 adhesive labels or similar. Download comes with or without gridlines. The gridlines version is useful if you want to print onto paper, cut and stick onto student work, whereas the no gridlines version is great for if you want to print directly onto adhesive labels. I regularly use these with my secondary age SEMH students as it helps focus their work, and they begin to learn to self check before submitting for marking.

#### Phonics clothes peg cards, KS1 / Autism / ADHD / SEN

Children read the word and attach clothes peg onto the appropriate picture. To reduce the possibility of guess work, many of the pictures are of items which are similar to the word if read incorrectly, for example ‘scare’ shows pictures for ‘scar’, ‘scare’ and ‘share’. Three sets of cards are in pack, 15 cards in each set, so 45 cards in total. Cards need trimmed and ideally laminated. I designed these for my learners with autism / ADHD as a more interactive way to practice reading, but they are also suitable for KS1 / SEN.

#### Phonics, clothes peg cards to support reading of phase 2 phonics

Children read the word and attach clothes peg onto the appropriate picture. To reduce the possibility of guess work, many of the pictures are of items which are similar to the word if read incorrectly, for example ‘feel’ shows pictures for ‘fall’, ‘feel’ and ‘feet’. Three sets of cards are in pack, 15 cards in each set. Cards need trimmed and ideally laminated. I designed these for my learners with autism / ADHD as a more interactive way to practice reading, but they are also suitable for KS1 / SEN.

#### Truth or Lie sorting: reading comprehension / reasoning. Autism / social communication / S&L / SEN

Sorting activity, used as a workstation task but could also be used 1 to 1 or for small group work. Used to develop reasoning and reading comprehension. Children sort fact cards into ‘truth’ and ‘lie’. Cards best laminated so they last - I blue tac the truth / lie cards onto 2 plastic containers to give more structure to the activity.

#### Yes / No questions peg cards. Reading comprehension / reasoning / concepts. Autism / SEN / KS1

Question cards, children to clip a clothes peg onto the correct answer (yes or no). Some questions are literal, others require reasoning / knowledge of concepts such as biggest / youngest, prepositions, colours or general knowledge.

#### Visual discrimination, categories. Autism / Social Communication / S&L TEACCH

4 basic visual discrimination / category activities, used as workstation tasks / morning jobs for learners with autism. Activity to encourage generalisation and begin to develop flexible thinking / categories. Best laminated with velcro strips on base boards, corresponding velcro on picture cards. However could also be printed and used as a worksheet.

#### Feeling peg cards - emotional literacy. Autism / SEMH /SEN

Cards giving a selection of situations, child uses a clothes peg to select the answer. Best laminated so resource is more durable. I use these with children who have autism but also suitable for KS1 or children with other SEN / SEMH needs. Can be used 1:1 or in a small group. Some of the answers I’ve had have surprised me, even when I know a child well - I’ve found this quite an interesting resource to get to know my pupils in most depth.

#### ASD / Autism / SEN - Associations, workstation task

4 baseboards and 16 cards (best laminated to make the resource last longer). Baseboards each showing 4 items. Pupils use the accompanying cards to identify which items go together (e.g. head goes with cap). Boards and cards are colour coded to ensure that the sets don’t get mixed up. I used these as workstation tasks / morning jobs but they could also be printed and used as worksheets. Designed for children with autism / social communication difficulties to develop reasoning / logical thinking and for the child to begin to make connections. Can be extended by asking the child / young person to explain their reasoning.

#### Match cards to price (up to 20p) KS1/ASD/SEN

Base cards showing a food item and a price up to 20p. Learners need to find the matching card (showing British coins) to attach to the base card. Best laminated and with velcro attached. 14 cards to match (photo only shows 6 of them)

#### Can I afford it? Up to £1. Basic money sense / life skills peg cards. ASD/SEN

Cards show British coins up to £1 in value, stating “I have…” Underneath is a statement saying how much an item costs. Learners need to count the coins and decide whether they can afford the item. Many learners with ASD / SEN struggle with money sense and the idea of whether an item is affordable or not. This activity could be extended to ask how much change the student would receive if the item is affordable, or alternatively, how much more money they would need. Designed as an independent workstation task for learners with autism but could also be used in a small group. Learners use clothes pegs to answer the question yes / no to make the task more interactive and to focus those who find sitting and writing to be difficult.

#### Problem Scale (Emotional Resilience) - social communication / autism / ASD / SEN

Problem Scale activity. Designed for children who struggle with resilience or to differentiate a big problem from a tiny problem. Accompanying cards give problem suggestions for discussion of where each problem would fit on the problem scale - is the problem a huge one or a tiny one. This activity is suitable for 1 to 1 or small group work. It could be extended by use of the feelings poster to encourage learners to think about how each problem would make them feel. Theory of Mind skills can also be promoted through discussion if a problem is viewed differently by learners.