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Travel journal for students

Travel journal for students

This is for students who travel during term-time and you need to provide a task that requires little effort, knowledge or resources on their behalf.

By lewisjl

Back to school writing pack- first week of term KS1/ EYFS

Back to school writing pack- first week of term KS1/ EYFS

A fun set of sheets for use after the summer holidays and for the first week of the autumn term. Includes: Summer holiday memories Thoughts and plans for the new school year My new class Classroom rules Be a friend, not a bully plus more... Contains 22 different sheets which could be used individually or made into a workbook or even used to make quick and easy displays!

By robbyn

Figurative Language Lesson and Flipbook, Classroom Posters, Activities

Figurative Language Lesson and Flipbook, Classroom Posters, Activities

This complete lesson includes the 8 main types of figurative language, alliteration, onomatopoeia, personification, simile, metaphor, hyperbole, imagery, and symbolism. Download includes a teacher presentation, lesson plan with essential question, activating and culminating activities, engaging lesson with flip book for students to complete their own examples with illustrations, classroom posters, and clear directions. The flip book is a great resource that students can keep handy in their writing folders to reference the types of figurative language. Pages of download: Teacher presentation in PDF and powerpoint form: 1- Lesson essential question 2-3 - Activating Activity 4-5 - Literal vs. Figurative language 6- Why should I use figurative language? 7 - Types of figurative language 8-10 - Alliteration definition and examples 11-13 - Onomatopoeia definition and examples 14-16 - Personification definition and examples 17-19 - Simile definition and examples 20-22 - Metaphor definition and examples 23-25 - Hyperbole definition and examples 26-28 - Imagery definition and examples 29-31 - Symbolism definition and examples 32 - Exit ticket 2nd PDF - lesson plan and student printables 1- Cover 2- For the teacher 3-4 - Copyright and about the author 5-6 - lesson plan 6 - Think, pair, write - activating strategy - student printable 7 - flip book assembly 8 - completed flip book example 9-16 - flip book student pages 17 - student exit ticket 18-27 - classroom posters 28 - credits

By ashleybrennan

English Working Wall KS2

English Working Wall KS2

I made these for my classroom. I wanted to have a consistent cursive font throughout the entire classroom that would act as a model for the children. (Please see attached photos) I hope you find them useful and it saves you some time. You will find... Headings for the working wall in a variety of colours Non-negotiable spellings Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 spellings Punctuation pencils with examples Grammar display (Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns, Verb, Adverb, Preposition, Conjunctions) FANBOYS with examples Guided Reading display headings Handwriting display letters Three Before Me display

By jreadshaw

Alphabet: Lesson Plans, Presentations, Worksheets, Activities, Draw/Trace/Colour, Displays Bundle

Alphabet: Lesson Plans, Presentations, Worksheets, Activities, Draw/Trace/Colour, Displays Bundle

This resource bundle contains materials you can use to teach children the alphabet together with supporting resources. It includes: - Detail Lesson Plan plus worksheets and whole class activities - 5 Sets of Presentations - Extra worksheets for ongoing teaching of the alphabet - Handwriting - Drawing and colouring of pictures relating to each letter of the alphabet - Matching pictures to the correct letter -Alphabet gap-filling exercises - Displays - Homework sheets PLUS TWO FREEBIES Please see preview panes.

By Ro_Milli0110

US Version Alphabet Activities: Trace Draw Color Alphabet Activities

US Version Alphabet Activities: Trace Draw Color Alphabet Activities

This resource relates to the alphabet. There are two sets of activity sheets to support children's learning of the alphabet. Aimed at: Pre-Kindergarten/Kindergarten Each letter activity covers half a page to be cut out. Download: 29 Sheets Activity 1: Students can trace inside the ghost letters with different colors and then trace over the dotted letters. Draw pictures beginning with the letter on the activity sheet, e.g. Gg pictures. Activity 2: Students say and sound out the letter, trace inside the ghost letters and over the dotted letters. They should only color in the pictures beginning with the letter stated. There are 5 pictures for each alphabet and students need to color in 3 pictures that start with the same letter name/sound. File Type: Pdf Thanks for stopping by my store.

By Ro_Milli0110

Alphabet Activities: Trace Draw Colour Pictures beginning letters of the alphabet

Alphabet Activities: Trace Draw Colour Pictures beginning letters of the alphabet

This resource relates to the alphabet. There are two sets of activity sheets to support children's learning of the alphabet. Aimed at: Reception/Year 1 Each letter activity covers half a page (A5 size) to be cut out. Download: 29 Sheets Activity 1: Children can trace inside the ghost letters with different colours and then trace over the dotted letters. Draw pictures beginning with the letter on the activity sheet, e.g. Gg pictures. Activity 2: Children say and sound out the letter, trace inside the ghost letters and over the dotted letters. They should only colour in the pictures beginning with the letter stated. There are 5 pictures for each alphabet and children need to colour in 3 that start with the same letter name/sound. File Type: Pdf Thanks for stopping by my store.

By Ro_Milli0110

More Alphabet letters activities, Matching pictures to letters, Upper/Lower case, Trace over dots

More Alphabet letters activities, Matching pictures to letters, Upper/Lower case, Trace over dots

I have uploaded differentiated sets of worksheets to support students' learning of the alphabet. Aimed at: Reception/Year 1 Total download: 80 Sheets Included: 1. Alphabet worksheets with three pictures and letters on each page for students to draw lines to match up. (Lower case letters). 2. Alphabet worksheets with three pictures and letters on each page for students to draw lines to match up. (Upper case letters). 3. Alphabet worksheets with three pictures and letters on each page for students to draw lines to match up. (Lower case letters with letters underlined). 4. Alphabet worksheets with three pictures and letters on each page for students to trace over the dotted letters and then write letters and draw lines to match up. (Lower case letters). 5. Alphabet worksheets with three pictures and letters on each page for students to trace over the dotted letters and then write letters and draw lines to match up. (Upper case letters). Students can colour in the pictures. 6. Laminate for write and wipe: Alphabet worksheets with four pictures and letters on each page for students to trace over the dotted letters and then write letters and draw lines to match up. (Lower case letters). 7. Laminate for write and wipe: Alphabet worksheets with four pictures and letters on each page for students to trace over the dotted letters and then write letters and draw lines to match up. (Upper case letters). Visit my store for the freebie that goes with this resource. Thank you for looking. File Type: Pdf

By Ro_Milli0110

The World News Crossword (August 20th, 2017)

The World News Crossword (August 20th, 2017)

The World News Crossword (August 20th, 2017) is a simple resource made up of a crossword (with answers) based on last week's news events - and THREE bonus crosswords. This week's bonus puzzles focus on Argentina, China, and New Zealand. The World News Crossword is reasonably simple to complete because its purpose is to engage students with their world and some of the many events that affect them. A two-week-old wildfire in Greenland. A terror attack in Barcelona. A baby dolphin killed because of tourists' curiosity. Venezuela went from bad to worse. 3000 Syrians returned home from Lebanon. Saudi Arabia negotiated to rebuild Iraq's cities. The US president used Twitter, again. Floods affected millions of people in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal. A tortoise escaped in Japan. But it's less about what happened last week than why and hopefully, if students work in groups to solve these puzzles, they'll chat among themselves about the stories in the puzzle. Why did Rwandans vote their president back for a third term? Why should Zimbabwe's Grace Mugabe escape prosecution for assaulting a model in a hotel in South Africa? Why is the US investigating China's intellectual property policies? And what's so wrong with an Australian politician holding dual-citizenship?

By BFP

K-2 The Writing Process Folder, Classroom Posters, and Writing Sheets

K-2 The Writing Process Folder, Classroom Posters, and Writing Sheets

This writing folder is the perfect way for students to keep track of where they are in the writing process. By combining two folders, students who work at different paces, can place their work in the section of the folder that correlates where they are in the writing process. This also reinforces the process overall. This download includes directions for assembling the folder using two 2-pocket folders, student brainstorming sheet and several writing sheets, and classroom posters.

By ashleybrennan