#### 2D and 3D Shapes, Worksheets, Activities, Repeating Patterns, Presentation, Lesson Plans BUNDLE

This bundle contains all the materials on 2D and 3D shapes. &lt;strong&gt;Content:&lt;/strong&gt; Lesson Plans PowerPoint Presentations Properties of shapes Learning about repeating patterns Themed subjects - relating solid shapes to objects in the environment. Word Searches 2D and 3D Jigsaw Puzzles There is a lot of opportunities for children to explore shapes in all the products. &lt;strong&gt;Please see individual product descriptions.&lt;/strong&gt; Also included is a Christmas-themed resource on 3D shapes. Thank you for taking an interest.

#### 2D Shapes Worksheets /Activities - 2D Shape Mat, Count Trace Colour, Shape Pictures- Reception/KS1

This product contains 2-D shape activities. Aimed at: Reception/KS1 2D Shapes: square, circle, triangle, rectangle/oblong, oval, diamond/rhombus, moon shape/crescent, heart, star and trapezium or trapezoid, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon, decagon. &lt;strong&gt;Content and description&lt;/strong&gt; &lt;strong&gt;1. My 2-D Shape Mat in colour and b/w. (x2)&lt;/strong&gt; 2-D shape mat contains all the shapes the children will be using in their activities. The mat is also needed for the 2-D quiz. There are 8 questions to be answered. &lt;strong&gt;2. Differentiated 2-D Shapes Search and Colour (x5).&lt;/strong&gt; Children colour the shapes using the colour key. &lt;strong&gt;3. 2-D Shapes Search + Answer Sheet.&lt;/strong&gt; There are five questions on this worksheet. Children refer to the shapes below which shows a variety of 2-D shapes inside two circles. Questions asked, e.g., ‘How many [triangles] do you see? &lt;strong&gt;4. 2-D Shape Pictures (x7).&lt;/strong&gt; Seven 2-D shape pictures with colour key to be completed with the correct colours according to the colour key. The pictures are: - a house; rocket; cat; head with a hat; fish; face; and trees. &lt;strong&gt;5. 2-D Shape Robot - 6 Questions and Answer Sheet.&lt;/strong&gt; This worksheet has a picture of a robot together with six questions for the children to answer. As an extension for the more able children, when they count the shapes they can also include the colour of the shape, e.g. ‘How many triangles can you see?��� The more able children can write ‘1 triangle which is a red hat.’ &lt;strong&gt; 6. Count and Colour 2-D Shape worksheet (x3).&lt;/strong&gt; Counting within 10, children read how many shapes to trace round and colour in. &lt;strong&gt;7. Match shape to correct number of sides worksheet (x2) with Answers.&lt;/strong&gt; This worksheet will help to consolidate children’s knowledge on the number of sides 2-D shapes have. There are 4 shapes on each worksheet. Children draw a line from a 2-D shape to the correct number of sides that shape has. &lt;strong&gt;8. 2-D Shape Quiz/Activity – 8 Questions + Answer Sheet.&lt;/strong&gt; This is a quiz activity and the last task is to trace around four 2-D shapes and label them. &lt;strong&gt;9. My 2-D Shape Picture for children&lt;/strong&gt; Children are given the opportunity to practise their shape knowledge and create 2-D pictures. Thank you for visiting my shop:) https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2d-shape-repeated-pattern-colour-presentation-worksheet-cut-paste-activities-lesson-plans-11565779

#### EAL: Shapes

PPT on shapes. Helps students identify different shapes and where they may find them in the real world. Slides could be used as flashcards to help aid learning.

#### English as an Additional Language Colours and Shapes Bingo

Pupils to draw a 3 by 3 grid and complete with some of the words given in a list.

#### Mrs O'Flightys Cat

LEVEL 2 BOOK 3 - - Mrs O’Flighty’s Cat Mrs O’Flighty’s cat is a very with it cool cat. He decides for no reason to buy a new hat, which leads to a lot of trouble. 11 reading pages For more information see also !About Author and Book Listings!

#### vocabulary activities for elementary-low pre-intermediate students

there are 5 worksheets with activities to practise vicabulary 2 activities deal with making guesses about things/people (• She/He looks+ adjective,• She/He may be +a job, because…,• She/He definitely works with…,• I reckon he is…) 2 activities deal with some speaking phrases like “Sorry I’m late”,“Sorry, I forgot”,“Never mind” etc (they look at pictures and say/write what the characters might be saying in those situations) 1 activity is about describing things (Size/shape/colour/material/use).

#### GO FISH game. Shapes

Activity Five cards are dealt to each player if three to six players are involved. With only two players, seven cards are dealt to each. All remaining cards are placed face down in a pile. First, choose a player to go first. n each person’s turn, ask any player for a specific card rank. For example: “Sarah, please give me all your ovals.” You must already hold at least one card of the rank you ask for. If the player you ask has any cards of the requested rank, she must give all of her cards of that rank to you. In the example, Sarah would have to give you all of her ovals. If you get one or more cards from the player you ask, you get another turn. It starts again and you may ask any player for any rank you already hold, including the same one you just asked for. If the person you ask has no relevant cards, they say, “Go fish.” You then draw the top card from the draw pile. If you happen to draw a card of the rank asked for, show it to the other players and your turn continues. Otherwise, it is the next player’s turn. You add the drawn card to your hand. NOTE: The “next player” is the one who said “Go fish.” When you collect a set of four cards of the same rank, immediately show the set to the other players and place the four cards face down in front of yourself. That is a “match”. Go Fish continues until either someone has no cards left in their hand or the draw pile runs out. The winner is the player who then has the most matches (sets of four). For younger children you can deem “matches” a pair of a rank (2 cards instead of 4) which allows them to “win” a few extra times and keeps the game moving.

#### Shapes for Year 1 Students

Easy and visual worksheet to get year 1 students to write the shapes names. They need to identify the correct shape and then write the name. Enjoy!

#### Playdough food mats.

Eight very simple but effective playdough mats for exploring the topic of food including shape platter, plate, chopping board, lunchbox, blender, containers and frying pan.

#### My Vocabulary Book

* 'My Vocabulary Book' is targeted for kids of 5-8 age group. * Includes 24 group charts ( 2 charts per A4 page). * The pages are not numbered so that users can arrange as wished. * This pack could be used as an extra work for early finishers - page-wise, as an end of term project or for home-schools too. *Activities in this book include: a) naming the object groups b) Giving appropriate headings for the groups c) Colouring and decorating the pictures.

#### Which one is different? for Nursery and Reception students

Easy and fun worksheet where students need to find the shape that is different. Perfect for nursery and reception students. Enjoy!

#### Where are the shapes? for Nursery and Reception students

4 pages of fun and easy worksheets to teach the shapes. The students need to find the indicated shape, circle it and colour it. Perfect for nursery and reception students. Enjoy!

#### Shapes Dictation for Nursery and Reception Students

Fun shapes dictation for nursery and reception students. Enjoy!

#### Shapes for Nursery and Reception Students

Easy and fun worksheet to introduce squares, stars, circles and triangles to Nursery and Reception students. Enjoy!

#### Geometry 2D Shape Poster Set {with variations}

These Geometry/2D Shapes posters are fabulous as a reference tool or a super visual for display boards. I have made a range of sets to suit all teacher needs - printer issues and terminology. Included in this large poster pack are 2 sets: Set 1 which uses the vocabulary VERTICES Set 2 which uses the vocabulary CORNERS In Set 1 you will find 4 options to print: 1a: vertices, colour, multiple shapes 1b: vertices, colour, single shape 1c: vertices, blackline, multiple shapes 1d: vertices, blackline, single shape In Set 2 you will find 4 options to print: 2a: corners, colour, multiple shapes 2b: corners, colour, single shape 2c: corners, blackline, multiple shapes 2d: corners, blackline, single shape ********************************************************** CONTENT • Cover • Teacher Notes • Printing Options • Posters as described above • TOU/Credits SHAPES USED Square Rectangle Triangle Circle Oval Pentagon Hexagon Octagon Rhombus Parallelogram PAGE COUNT: 95 ********************************************************** Teacher's Toolkit Maths: Geometry

#### CHRISTMAS MINI ACTIVITIES

Three pages packed with mini activities to keep your students happy. These can be used in the classroom to fill in time between lessons. The pages can be left in the A4 format or you can cut out each activity separately. (Remember to include the instruction part of the page when you cut them ) Your students will love these mini pages. Put them in the middle of the table, with lots of crayons and felt tip pens, and let them choose which activity they want to do. Don't forget to leave a review. Check out my blog for more FREE worksheets. www.butterfloblog.wordpress.com Merry Christmas

#### Fine Motor Monitoring Sheets

Includes three sets of five sheets. Each sheet includes basic shapes used to form letters. Children can trace a path for Wendy Witch by following the lines as closely as possible. Use a blue coloured crayon/pencil for the first baseline assessment. Repeat the activity several weeks later with a different colour and then again a few weeks after for a final assessment. Provides easy monitoring of children’s fine motor skills for basic letter formation and evidence of progress. The five sheets include all of the basic shapes required to form letters in the Magic Shapes handwriting schemes. Each sheet includes tasks with increasing difficulty. The sheets are identical for each of the three sets. - Magic Shapes Handwriting- lowercase print - Magic Shapes Handwriting - cursive - Magic Shapes Handwriting- UPPERCASE

#### PIZZA SNACK

EASY COLOURING, CUT AND PASTE ACTIVITY. I HOPE YOU LIKE IT. DON'T FORGET TO LEAVE A REVIEW CHECK OUT MY BLOG FOR MORE FREE WORKSHEETS www.butterfloblog.wordpress.com

#### CHRISTMAS ACTIVITY PACK

My Christmas Activity Pack is now available. Keep your kids occupied with these easy to do activity pages. There are 18 different worksheets including colouring pages, number tracing, sorting activities and more. You can use this pack to teach your kids the Christmas vocabulary, work on their fine motor and recognition skills, all while having fun. Don't forget to leave a review. Check out by blog for my FREE Christmas Mini Activities. www.butterfloblog.wordpress.com

#### Children’s Illustrated Poetry Book - Level 1 book 1

It is the shame of our times that the rhymes and verse most quoted, recited and trawled up again and again are on the most part hundreds of years old. By now children should be skipping to rhymes other than sixteenth century accounts of the black death. I is my hope to put a more modern group of verse into the public domain. Illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing recite and skip to. All royalty free and can be copied, scrawled on walls, danced to and generally treated as if they were something to be enjoyed rather than just scary poetry. These poetry books are arranged in groups of difficulty ranging from 1 to 5. The easiest is group 1, the hardest group 5. They can all be spoken aloud with ease and there are no offensive words. They have a bigger range than the story books and should be read before deciding which age groups are suitable in your situation, some in 4 and 5 range have complex emotional ideas.

#### Nouns and Adjectives Warm Up Game

A very simple nouns and adjectives game. Can be easily adapted for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.

#### Colors and Shapes Slap game

Includes 6 different shapes in 8 different colors. Print on cardstock and cut apart into individual cards. Make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Place cards face up on the desk. Teacher calls out one of the cards. First student to SLAP the card, wins it. At end of round, the student with the most cards wins. Pictures only, no text, so may be used for any language.

#### Transportation Split Pictures (Matching Game)

Transportation Split Pictures (Matching Game) This Matching game enhances students ability to recognise picture/shapes/colours/words in order to bring together the two halves of each picture, while at the same time being introduced to a whole new range of transportation vocabulary. Information: 16 pages

#### Transportation Pre-writing

Transportation Pre-writing Fine tune your students fine motor skills with a pencil/scissors with this pre-writing collection. Included are 24 pre-writing tasks of varying difficulty; each also includes a different form or transportation to also allow students to enhance their vocabulary at the same time. Information: 7 pages

#### Transportation Odd One Out

Transportation Odd One Out Can you spot the difference? 30 odd one out activities to complete, ranging from easy and obvious, to more tricky arrangements to challenge your students. Make sure to have them tell you which one is different any why to reinforce their observational skills and description abilities. Information: 6 pages

#### Colors and Shapes in English Bingo game

Set of 30 Bingo cards. Print on cardstock and laminate. Print call list on cardstock and cut into strips. Covers 6 basic shapes and 11 basic colors in English. Can easily be used for any foreign language by editing the call list, or just by saying the words in the FL rather than in English.

#### 36-week spoken English course - 30 different English topics covered! Something For Every Day!

36-week spoken English course - 30 different English topics covered! Something For Every Day! There are free versions of this course online. The difference being if you want a product full of pictures or one without pictures and lots of links to the free site you downloaded it from. Some don't mind, others are looking for a more professional image. I took a lot of time to clear away all the hyperlinks, and add photos and I am very happy with the final outcome. Book 5 covers: The ten lesson topics studied in Talk a Lot Elementary Book 1 are: Town, Food, Shopping, Health, Transport, Clothes, Work, Family, Home, and Free Time. Book 6 covers: Talk a Lot - Crime, Sport, Music, Weather, Animals, Cars, The Human Body, Colours and Numbers, Life Events, and Nature. Book 7: Elementary Handbook • General Information about Talk a Lot Courses • How to Use Talk a Lot Resources • Focus on Connected Speech • Focus on the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) • 100% Photocopiable Book 8: This books learning units are: Learning English, Films, Hospital, Books, Airport, Money, Places in the UK, Politics, Internet, and Australia. I enjoyed reading it, editing and making it as clear and clean as possible. Lots of teachers will find it really useful.

#### Letter Shapes - lowercase print

The Magic Shapes handwriting resources break down letters into simple shapes that can be used to practice shape making and as fine motor skill activities. Those shapes can then be combined into individual letters. This free reference guide groups letters together that use similar shapes. You can use it to assist with lesson planning and to help children identify familiar shapes across different letters. The Magic Shapes lowercase edition can be ordered here.

#### Letter Shapes - Cursive Writing

The Magic Shapes handwriting resources break down letters into simple shapes that can be used to practice shape making and as fine motor skill activities. Those shapes can then be combined into individual letters. This free reference guide groups letters together that use similar shapes. You can use it to assist with lesson planning and to help children identify familiar shapes across different letters. The Magic Shapes cursive edition can be ordered here.

#### Cursive Writing Joins Grid

This joins grid demonstrates joins for the cursive set of Magic Shapes handwriting letters. As with any handwriting scheme the methods should only be considered as guidance towards supporting children to develop a style of writing they are comfortable with. Magic shapes handwriting resources are also available in lowercase print and UPPERCASE.

#### Magic Shapes Handwriting & Fine Motor Skills: UPPERCASE/capital letters: Complete Alphabet

EVERY letter of the alphabet in UPPERCASE (capital letters). Uses fine motor skills and basic shape making as a foundation for forming letter shapes. Each letter has been broken down in to simple shapes that can be used to develop fine motor skills and build pencil confidence. Those same shapes can then be magically joined together to form letters. A full set of resources is included for EACH individual letter including powerpoints and practice sheets. ************************* Developed over thousands of years, these magic symbols are used by wizards to share thoughts, ideas and information. Expert wizards can create thousands of spells with just a few magic shapes. These wizards are called WRITERS and you can become one. This lesson includes two parts: Part 1: Fine Motor Skills Shapes to develop fine motor skills and perfect the use of the magic pen. Includes: - examples and demonstrations on Powerpoint - Magic Pen Skills sheet with guidance and traceable shapes. Part 2: Learning the Letter Shape Combines the shapes in part 1 to form a magic symbol (the capital letter). Includes: - guidance on Powerpoint with the handwritten version of the letter and examples of alternative ways it may be written in print and handwriting - Magic Letter Builder sheet with traceable forms of the shapes used in the fine motor skills activity and also combined to form the complete letter - Pen Wizard: Trace the letter at declining sizes to perfect magic writing skills - blank sheet for practising freestyle writing - flashcards with the complete letter and deconstructed shapes Note: Part 1 is designed to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes that have been deconstructed from the complete letters. Part 2 is best done after a short break or later in the day when children can then use the shapes they are familiar with from Part 1 to form letters. The lettering is intended as an introduction to handwriting with shapes that are similar to the shapes used in everyday writing (rather than rigid typed templates). The style of lettering is designed to suit lowercase writing in both print and cursive. Examples of other versions of letter forms are also included to help emphasise that children will see variations in books and with other people's handwriting.

#### Magic Shapes Handwriting & Fine Motor Skills: lowercase print: Complete Alphabet

EVERY letter of the alphabet in lowercase. Uses fine motor skills and basic shape making as a foundation for forming letter shapes. Each letter has been broken down in to simple shapes that can be used to develop fine motor skills and build pencil confidence. Those same shapes can then be magically joined together to form letters. A full set of resources is included for EACH individual letter including powerpoints and practice sheets. ************************* Developed over thousands of years, these magic symbols are used by wizards to share thoughts, ideas and information. Expert wizards can create thousands of spells with just a few magic shapes. These wizards are called WRITERS and you can become one. This lesson includes two parts: Part 1: Fine Motor Skills Shapes to develop fine motor skills and perfect the use of the magic pen. Includes: - examples and demonstrations on Powerpoint - Magic Pen Skills sheet with guidance and traceable shapes. Part 2: Learning the Letter Shape Combines the shapes in part 1 to form a magic symbol (the lowercase print letter). Includes: - guidance on Powerpoint with the handwritten version of the letter and examples of alternative ways it may be written in print and handwriting - Magic Letter Builder sheet with traceable forms of the shapes used in the fine motor skills activity and also combined to form the complete letter - Pen Wizard: Trace the letter at declining sizes to perfect magic writing skills - blank sheet for practising freestyle writing - flashcards with the complete letter and deconstructed shapes Note: Part 1 is designed to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes that have been deconstructed from the complete letters. Part 2 is best done after a short break or later in the day when children can then use the shapes they are familiar with from Part 1 to form letters. The lettering is intended as an introduction to handwriting with shapes that are similar to the shapes used in everyday writing (rather than rigid typed templates). The style of lettering is designed to follow similar patterns to cursive writing to support children that may learn to use cursive at a later time. Examples of other versions of letter forms are also included to help emphasise that children will see variations in books and with other people's handwriting.

#### Magic Shapes Handwriting & Fine Motor Skills: cursive letters: Fine motor and pen skills

EVERY letter of the alphabet in cursive. Uses fine motor skills and basic shape making as a foundation for forming letter shapes. Each letter has been broken down in to simple shapes that can be used to develop fine motor skills and build pencil confidence. Those same shapes can then be magically joined together to form letters. A full set of resources is included for EACH individual letter including powerpoints and practice sheets. ************************* Developed over thousands of years, these magic symbols are used by wizards to share thoughts, ideas and information. Expert wizards can create thousands of spells with just a few magic shapes. These wizards are called WRITERS and you can become one. There are two lessons for every letter: (resources are already organised into folders for your convenience) Lesson 1: Fine Motor Skills Shapes to develop fine motor skills and perfect the use of the magic pen. Includes: - examples and demonstrations on Powerpoint - Magic Pen Skills sheet with guidance and traceable shapes. Lesson 2: Learning the Letter Shape Combines the shapes in lesson 1 to form a magic symbol (the cursive letter). Includes: - guidance on Powerpoint with the handwritten version of the letter and examples of alternative ways it may be written in print and handwriting - Magic Letter Builder sheet with traceable forms of the shapes used in the fine motor skills activity and also combined to form the complete letter - Pen Wizard: Trace the letter at declining sizes to perfect magic writing skills - blank sheet for practising freestyle writing - flashcards with the complete letter and deconstructed shapes Note: Lesson 1 is designed to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes that have been deconstructed from the complete letters. Lesson 2 is best done after a short break or later in the day when children can then use the shapes they are familiar with from lesson 1 to form letters. The lettering is intended as an introduction to cursive writing with shapes that are similar to print. Examples of other versions of letter forms are included to help emphasise that children will see variations in books and with other people's handwriting.

#### First English Words for Initial Learners

First English Words is very useful for all students and particularly beneficial for students who are new to English. It is also suitable for use with a wide age range. The pages provide a collection of vocabulary arranged under a variety of topics so that items can be easily located. Through the use of visuals, students are able to easily gain understanding and the ability to spell the words contained in the resource. The topics covered are:- days, months, seasons, numbers, colours, weather, alphabet, school, body parts, clothes, transport, food and drinks, animals, occupations, emotions, prepositions, multiplication tables, shapes, time The pages can be photocopied back to back, laminated and made into a booklet , so that it can be used for reference over and over again.

#### Autumn Overlapping Objects

Laminate and trace object outlines with different colored non-permanent markers. 10 pages of overlapping objects for practising background/foreground discrimination.

#### 129 Different ESL Flashcard Games for Children

Picture flashcards are an indispensable part of any ESL teacher's toolkit for teaching children. There are so many activities you can do with picture flashcards with kids learning new vocabulary faster and being able to recall language better when seeing flashcards to assist with language-learning. This is a MASSIVE 156-page PDF containing 129 flashcard games for children aged 3-12, including detailed teacher instructions, classroom set-up and helpful tips, all beautifully illustrated in full-colour. This will be your #1 go to resource when teaching English (or any other second language) to children for many years to come.

#### Weakest Link Scattegories Game for KS1/KS2/EAL and ESL learners!

This is a fun weakest link style Scattegories game which can be used to help use and develop vocabulary skills and as a way of building teamwork skills in your classroom. This lesson was originally used for EAL learners but can be adapted easily for KS1/KS2 classes as categories/rounds can be changed where needed. Worksheets are also provided and can be modified where needed to make sure learners have help. You can also quickly add further rounds where needed or modify the existing ones to make them more challenging. A lesson plan is provided and the lesson should run for at least 45 minutes.

#### Lower alphabet letter tracing mats.

For use with CCW Cursive outline 1. Three sets of nine mats for letter tracing and playing three in a row.

#### Word Wall Shape Set

Word Wall Shape Set Are you ready to &quot;tart up&quot; your classroom? These adorable Shape Cards are a perfect way to add your own style to your classroom and a bit of cuteness! There are a total of 12 shapes: circle, oval, square, rectangle, star, triangle, diamond, cross, heart, pentagon, hexagon and octagon

#### PrePrimerDolch Student Probe Tables for Repeating Patterns

19 pages of 10x10 tables of pre-primer dolch words with superimposed sketches and corresponding coloring-in page to encourage table pattern identification, pattern continuation and decoration on completion. Guide notes included.

#### BASIC ENGLISH CONVERSATION FOR BEGINNERS

This resource is aimed at ESL students who are just beginning to learn English. It is divided into modules in a conversational style introducing students to language which they would need if they visit an English-speaking country. It is not a grammar book although there are points of grammar in the resource. It is aimed at getting students to talk without fear of getting it wrong.

#### Shapes activities

Interesting activities to practice basic shapes. Cut and Paste activity. What is missing game. Shapes minibook