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Spelling Task Activity Cards KS1 and KS2

Spelling Task Activity Cards KS1 and KS2

Are you ever stuck for ideas to help promote the learning of spellings? This 20 page PDF file consists of a variety of activities children will enjoy doing to help them learn their spellings. They are suitable activities for the entire primary school. The file can be printed out and each page laminated to use in class. Once laminated they will last forever. The activities provide fun things to do for the children. Activities include alphabetical order, vowels and consonants, writing silly sentences with spelling words, creating pictures with hidden words, creating word searches, computer activities, sentence construction, story and poetry writing, games, opposites and rhyming words. I have used many of these in my own teaching and the children loved them.
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Two Bingo Games based on Prefixes and Suffixes.

Two Bingo Games based on Prefixes and Suffixes.

Each game has a Master Copy that gives you the meanings of the affixes. These affixes are based predominantly on the Schwa sound or consonant or vowel digraphs. Each game has eight different bingo cards. Differentiate as required but it is best to elicit the affixes e.g. “Next is a prefix which means life or living things.” If you need to name the affix you could request a spelling or a word that incorporates the affix. This is a great resource to improve: reading, spelling, ambitious vocabulary; use of: parts of speech, prefixes and suffixes. Bingo as a ten minute plenary helps to revisit the set of affixes covered in the Literacy / Lexicology lesson. For more resources visit my website www.lexicologyforreading.co.uk
lexicologyforreading
Vets Silhouettes Carousel

Vets Silhouettes Carousel

This pack consists of 12 sets of 4 mats with each set consisting of a 3x3 silhouette grid mat, corresponding b & w image mat, word-image mat and word only card mats all based on the topic of Spring. Pupils engage with up to 108 images and words as none of the mats have repetitions. Ideal for use as individual or station work. Guide notes included.
butterbeans65
Spelling Workout (Ages 8 - 11+) - an active spelling resource

Spelling Workout (Ages 8 - 11+) - an active spelling resource

Each letter of the alphabet coupled with a physical exercise/activity. Poster and instructional videos for each letter/exercise included. Recently I was working on a Closing The Gap project with some focus children in Upper Primary. The aim was to improve spelling ability with given rules. As part of the project I used physical activities to engage the pupils in learning their words. The results were largely positive. After the project was complete I spoke with the children and evaluated the process. They all agreed that doing physical activities to help with their spelling was really fun and engaging. I decided to build on this feedback as I wanted my whole class to have the opportunity to get physical with their spelling, and so Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling was created. A big thank you to my amazing teaching colleagues who demonstrated the physical activities for the videos. What is Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling? Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling designates a different physical exercise/activity for each letter in the alphabet. Pupils can work on their spelling words whilst working up a sweat. There are videos to accompany each letter that demonstrate the exercise/activity required. There are two sets, one aimed at early years (ages 4 - 7) and one for upper primary (ages 8 - 11). There is also a poster included that can be printed for the class or used as a reference sheet / handout. Why Spelling Workout - Workout Spelling? To engage pupils, encourage exercise and to have some fun with spelling. This is quite literally spelling exercise! You can use the alphabet or videos in any way you choose. Make it work for you. Below is just some ideas for class use, if you have any other suggestions please let me know. I’m always looking for ideas! Workouts for weekly spelling words Workouts for spelling out names Brain Breaks Spelling workstations / corners Shout Outs (where a teacher or a pupil lead and shout out letters for classmates to follow in a routine, at the end of the workout fellow pupils can guess the word)
alnero1816
CVC & WORD FAMILIES 1B - TELP'S Literacy Program

CVC & WORD FAMILIES 1B - TELP'S Literacy Program

Welcome to TELP’S CVC 1B Activity book. CVC words are words that follow the pattern consonant-vowel-consonant. These are considered the simplest words and the starting point of many phonics programs (after some work on initial sounds). These words highlight the short vowels such as the “a” in cat, the “e” in bed CVC & Word Families - 8 CVC WORD FAMILIES: IT, OG, OP, OT, UG, UM, UN, Teaching word families is a great way to get your students reading. Word families use the natural rhyming ability of most young children to help them read simple words. Word families are groups of words that share the same ending pattern, such as “hat”, “mat”, and “cat". Benefits of using learning CVC & Word Families Improves Spelling Improves Reading It reinforces patterns used in English that can be difficult to read Introduces blending letters and sounds When kids progress past these simple words, the patterns, or chunks, that they learn now will continue to help them to decipher longer words. When learning families of words, children are able to read familiar patterns of letters quickly and fluently.
macdaddy
CVC & WORD FAMILIES 1A - TELP'S Literacy Program

CVC & WORD FAMILIES 1A - TELP'S Literacy Program

Welcome to TELP’S CVC 1A Activity book. CVC words are words that follow the pattern consonant-vowel-consonant. These are considered the simplest words and the starting point of many phonics programs (after some work on initial sounds). These words highlight the short vowels such as the “a” in cat, the “e” in bed CVC & Word Families - 8 CVC WORD FAMILIES: AN, AP, AT, ED, EN, ET, IG, IP Teaching word families is a great way to get your students reading. Word families use the natural rhyming ability of most young children to help them read simple words. Word families are groups of words that share the same ending pattern, such as “hat”, “mat”, and “cat". Benefits of using learning CVC & Word Families Improves Spelling Improves Reading It reinforces patterns used in English that can be difficult to read Introduces blending letters and sounds When kids progress past these simple words, the patterns, or chunks, that they learn now will continue to help them to decipher longer words. When learning families of words, children are able to read familiar patterns of letters quickly and fluently.
macdaddy
Phonics Screening: Twisted Nonsense Words Set 2

Phonics Screening: Twisted Nonsense Words Set 2

Suitable for Year 1 and advanced Reception. A different twist on nonsense words (alien words). Help your students develop their decoding skills with these magically twisted nonsense words. Includes a series of nonsense words, for example ‘chort’, ‘dolu’, ‘krasp’, ‘mobro’ (46 different words in total). These are provided on flashcards and can be used as normal alien word activities for developing decoding skills. These words are also provided in a series of sentences and it is possible to ‘untwist’ these words into real words and discover a hidden sentence, providing an additional challenge for more-able students. This set includes: Flashcards with every nonsense word used in the sentences Ten Twisted Words Challenge Sheets with space for children to write their attempts at untwisting the words Editable Powerpoint with every challenge. Use these to demonstrate solutions or for class/group challenges on whiteboards and tablets Answer sheet
MagicSounds
Phonics Screening: Twisted Nonsense Words Set 1

Phonics Screening: Twisted Nonsense Words Set 1

Suitable for Year 1 and advanced Reception. A different twist on nonsense words (alien words). Help your students develop their decoding skills with these magically twisted nonsense words. Includes a series of nonsense words, for example ‘aws’, ‘gowl’, ‘molgo’ (26 different words in total). These are provided on flashcards and can be used as normal alien word activities for developing decoding skills. These words are also provided in a series of sentences and it is possible to ‘untwist’ these words into real words and discover a hidden sentence. This set includes: Flashcards with every nonsense word used in the sentences Ten Twisted Words Challenge Sheets with space for children to write their attempts at untwisting the words Editable Powerpoint with every challenge. Use these to demonstrate solutions or for class/group challenges on whiteboards and tablets Answer sheet
MagicSounds
KS2 English Resource: 'ire' and 'ear' words

KS2 English Resource: 'ire' and 'ear' words

This English worksheet asks students to complete the sentences by choosing the correct word from the word bank. This resource focuses on the phonics ‘ire’ and ‘ear’. This worksheet was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 English Resource: Phonics - 'sh' or 'ch'?

KS2 English Resource: Phonics - 'sh' or 'ch'?

Learning phonics - This KS2 English resource focuses on the sounds ‘sh’ and ‘ch’. Students fill in the missing letters and sort the words correctly. This resource is great for helping students with their reading and spelling. This worksheet was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
Phonics Comprehension Skills Book

Phonics Comprehension Skills Book

168 Page phonics reading and spelling workbook! See video preview. Based upon the teaching order in Jolly Phonics (but could be used alongside any phonics scheme) and using suggested words from the suggested word lists, - covering ALL 42 sounds in the English language. Beginning with group 1 sounds, and logically and sequentially building to cover all blends, diagraphs, and dipthongs in English. For each sound, blend, diagraph or dipthong there are 3 or 4 pages: Add the blend or diagraph to the word and connect to the matching picture Clear clip-art (black and white - perfect for colouring) labeling page using 9 carefully chosen example words/clip-art followed by a fun read and draw page then a cloze page of decoadable sentences which have been carefully sequenced to progressively incorporate words that are consistent with the letters and corresponding phonemes that have been taught to the new reader/speller in previous pages of the book (plus sight words) Could be made into a 168 page workbook, or of course individual pages can be printed off and photocopied. Perfect for beginner readers and spellers. Also great for EAL students to help build vocabulary alongside reading and spelling skills. (All clip-art are royalty-free, public domain images, largely from pixabay.com, openclipart.org, commons.wikimedia.org, etc.)
barang
Alphabet Practice Pages

Alphabet Practice Pages

Total 26 worksheets are included, in which students can practice Upper and lower letters.In this activity pack student will: Trace the letters(upper and lower case) Say / read the name of the picture and letter Color the pictures and letters Find letters in the box and circle them. This can be use for letter of the week, homework and for morning work.
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CVC/Word Families Making Words Jigsaw Puzzles Cut/Stick Activities Rhyming Lesson EYFS/KS1

CVC/Word Families Making Words Jigsaw Puzzles Cut/Stick Activities Rhyming Lesson EYFS/KS1

Fun activities for young students to use puzzles to make CVC words. Aimed at: Early years to start learning and building upon CVC phonic knowledge, KS1 and ESL/EFL students. Opportunity for students to practise initial, medial and final letters in a CVC word. <strong>This product contains:</strong> • CVC Puzzle pieces with and without pictures for workbooks (56 CVC words) • CVC Large Puzzles (Purple) with black and white pictures (57 CVC words) • CVC Large Puzzles (Green) with pictures and extra words (73 CVC words) • Blank Puzzle Sheets Each letter is on a puzzle piece so that the student can form a word. <strong>Suggested Activities</strong> <strong>• CVC Puzzle pieces with and without pictures</strong> Cut/paste: Practical activity for children to cut out and sort the pieces into a CVC word and stick into their workbook or on a sheet of paper. Easier puzzles are with pictures on all the pieces. For more able children: There are puzzles without pictures on the three pieces, but one piece has a picture to complete the puzzle. You can prepare and cut up a select of puzzle pieces for children to sort and stick. <strong>• CVC Large Puzzles (Purple) with black and white pictures</strong> <strong>Independent activity for children to do.</strong> Just leave a selection of puzzle sheets and plain paper on their tables. They cut out the puzzle and put them together to make the CVC word. The picture on the puzzle piece completes the puzzle. <strong>• CVC Large Puzzles (Green) with colour clipart</strong> It is best to print onto card/good quality paper and laminate and then cut out. A total of 73 CVC words which you can print and laminate whenever you need a set of words. Ideal for early finishers and small group work. Children can access these sets of puzzles anytime to practise making CVC words. <strong>Other suggested activity</strong> Once a word is made, children can write on their whiteboards or in their workbooks other CVC words that rhyme with, e.g. ram, yam, ham and jam; pad, sad, mad and had. Please see Preview Pane for list of words in this product. There is a free version on medial vowel ‘a’ in CVC words. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-cvc-medial-vowel-a-jigsaw-puzzles-activities-teacher-notes-11873925 Thank you for visiting my shop:-)
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KS2 English Worksheet - Spellings 'ance'

KS2 English Worksheet - Spellings 'ance'

A KS2 English resource including a list of 12 words ending with ‘ance’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'et'

KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'et'

A KS2 English resource including a list of 12 words ending in ‘et’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'ate'

KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'ate'

A KS2 English resource including a list of 12 words with ‘ate’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'tion'

KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'tion'

A KS2 English resource including a list of 12 words with ‘tion’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'ain'

KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'ain'

A KS2 English resource including a list of 12 words with ‘ain’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'ure'

KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'ure'

A KS2 English resource including a list of 12 words with ‘ure’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'ur'

KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'ur'

A KS2 English resource including a list of 12 words with ‘ur’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 English Worksheet - Spellings 'ir'

KS2 English Worksheet - Spellings 'ir'

A KS2 English resource including a list of 12 words with ‘ir’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'er' and 'ear'

KS2 English Resource - Spellings 'er' and 'ear'

A KS2 English resource including a list of 12 words with ‘er’ and ‘ear’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 Spellings - 'dge'

KS2 Spellings - 'dge'

A KS2 English resource including a list of 12 words with ‘dge’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
KS2 English Worksheet - Spellings 'ery'

KS2 English Worksheet - Spellings 'ery'

A year 4 English resource including a list of 12 words with ‘ery’ for students to learn. There are exercises including putting the words in alphabetical order and choosing the correct word from the spelling list to complete the sentences. This resource was created by Primary Leap
PrimaryLeap
EAL for Secondary Students - Workbook 1

EAL for Secondary Students - Workbook 1

EAL for Secondary Students (Workbook 1) directly addresses the unique academic needs facing students who arrive in the UK with little or no English. Beginning with first principles EAL for Secondary Students ensures that the student will develop an effective understanding of English. The tremendous advantage of this resource is that the student will immediately become fully included in the learning process. At the end of each unit, the student can record the progress they have made by completing the user friendly self-assessment sheet. EAL for Secondary Students is a student-centred resource which enables the student to be actively engaged in developing skills that are required in an academic environment. The teacher can witness and monitor the steady progress the EAL student is making towards becoming an independent learner. EAL for Secondary Students allows the teacher the flexibility to select appropriate topics. EAL for Secondary Students can, also, be used as an excellent Induction programme. When it is necessary and appropriate to withdraw students from mainstream classes, this is a systematic self-contained resource that enhances language development and activates confidence in the student. EAL for Secondary Students Workbook 1 contains over 80 pages of exercises.
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Display: Spelling Strategy Reference Posters

Display: Spelling Strategy Reference Posters

Use these simple, but vibrant spelling strategy posters for tricky words as a reference tool to remind students of strategies to use when struggling with spelling tricky words. Display the posters where your students can have easy access to the advice contained within. The posters contain references to the following: • beginning, middle and end sounds • syllables • mnemonics/rhymes/rhymes • dictionary/spelling list • ask a friend • little words • root words, prefixes, suffixes CONTENT • Cover • 8 x Tricky Word Help Spelling Strategy Posters • TOU/Credits Laminate before use for durability and long life! PAGE COUNT: 11 PHONICSTOOLKIT: Display
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