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GAME “SEARCH AND THINK”

GAME “SEARCH AND THINK”

GAME “SEARCH AND THINK” for encouraging children to focus their attention, develop their thinking and observation skills, as well as their imagination. The exercises of this set are designed for kindergarten and pupils of younger age.

By korsigita

BOARD GAME “SPELL THE WORD”

BOARD GAME “SPELL THE WORD”

BOARD GAME “SPELL THE WORD” for broadening your vocabulary and training your language skills and memory. This colourful game can be used during lessons at the start of the school year to ease the children that are still living in their holiday memories in to the rhythm of the school year. The game played in groups could act as an icebreaker game.

By korsigita

Numeracy- copying and creating patterns

Numeracy- copying and creating patterns

Suitable for Pre schoolers, Reception and SEN. 4 worksheets and 4 pages of 14 different images. Ideal to laminate and use with Velcro to reuse over and over again or suitable for cutting and sticking. Lower abilities- there is a basic worksheet where the child can copy up to 6 images after an adult has modelled it in the row above. When they achieve this there is a worksheet where they can copy up to 8 images. Middle abilities- worksheet where an adult completes the first 3 boxes. The child then completes the rest of the pattern, then copies it below. (Up to 8 images). Higher abilities- worksheet to enable child to create and copy their own pattern independently (up to 8 images).

By smidgealot

Recognising and using money, learning to add and practise writing numbers.

Recognising and using money, learning to add and practise writing numbers.

Great for differentiation without having to make extra resources. Use the large piggy bank for lower levels- you can start by just using pennies to make up a number to reinforce counting, same and different, 1-to-1 correspondence, or to identify the face value of coins up to £2 (resource has up to date British coins including the 2017 new £1 coin). Middle levels can use the 4 smaller piggy banks to work out how to combine coins to make a set amount (if laminated they can be reused by either using a non permanent whiteboard marker or using laminated numbers as shown in the example photo). Higher levels can use the 4 smaller piggy banks to work out more complex combinations of coins and then to rank them using ordinals (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th). They can also explain which piggy bank had the greatest/least amount. They can also be asked to work out the difference between each piggy bank (great to practise subtraction).

By smidgealot

Life Cycle of Kangaroo - Interactive Activities and Worksheets

Life Cycle of Kangaroo - Interactive Activities and Worksheets

Life cycle of a Kangaroo - this resource contains an interactive whiteboard smart notebook activity. It shows the life cycle of the kangaroo and then has a range of interactive activities to reinforce the learning. There are accompanying worksheets for the Kangaroo life cycle as well as pre-literacy reading and writing worksheets relating to the kangaroo. It was design for special needs but would work very well for early mainstream students.

By pearp

How the Tiger got his stripes: Story and activities

How the Tiger got his stripes: Story and activities

How the Tiger got his stripes - a complete unit of work. This resources was created for students with special needs, but can be used with primary students. The Smart notebook has the story which includes visual images, a wide variety of literacy activities from matching pictures, matching words, pre-writing tasks and drawing activities plus suggested follow up drama and art activities. The story is also given as a PowerPoint and as a word document. There is a worksheet of literacy activities associated with the story.

By pearp

Individual Timetable and Classroom Rotas Templates

Individual Timetable and Classroom Rotas Templates

If you work in a special school and all your students follow individual learning routes, you will find this useful. This resource offers an editable individual, one-person timetable as well as staff allocation rotas for 1:1 students (separate one for lessons and lunch breaks). I also made a separate one for swimming times.

By rumanowski

Wimbledon Word Problems

Wimbledon Word Problems

10 maths Wimbledon themed word problems requiring pupils to add, subtract and times. Great for higher Key Stage 1, lower Key Stage 2 SEN maths. All supported with Widgit Symbols.

By MelHaagman90

SENCO Support- Inclusion Matrix

SENCO Support- Inclusion Matrix

These are resources for a SENCO to provide to departments and teachers. It is a good reference to Support inclusion, including, dyslexia, ADHD, ASD, hearing and visual impairments and others within mainstream school. I had these printed in colour and on A3 and presented to each department to go in the office as reference

By maz760

SENCO Support- Specific Needs Handbook- Overview and strategies

SENCO Support- Specific Needs Handbook- Overview and strategies

This is a booklet that highlights specific needs and provides strategies for inclusion for the following: 20 Practical Tips for Behaviour Management, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Attention Deficit with Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Aspergers Syndrome, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, General Learning Difficulties, Hearing, Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), School Phobia, Speech and Language Difficulties ,Working with Pupils with reading/spelling ages below their chronological ages, Tracking paths from KS2 to KS4, Neutral Language Scripts, Useful Websites . I used this to provide to new teaching staff, as part of their induction NQTS, and was provided to every Learning Support Assistant as a reference tool. I also uploaded individual needs, for example dyslexia, onto SIMS which could be linked directly to an individual student, so it can also be used as a reference to teachers in connection to an individual

By maz760