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Sharing Social Story
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Sharing Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with coping with sharing with others. A lot of children struggle with understanding the concept of sharing toys, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they are doing it or that they'll never get the toy back. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to share with others, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ I like to play with toys. ♦ Other children may like the same toys as me. ♦ I can share by giving them some of my toys or taking it in turns. ♦ Someone else may be playing with a toy I like. ♦ I can ask them if I can play with them. ♦ Or, I can ask if we can take it in turns. ♦ If I share with others, they’ll want to be my friend. ♦ Friends are kind and share with each other. ♦ If I take a toy off someone else, they may get upset. ♦ I may try and grab a toy off someone else. ♦ This will make my friends sad, and they won’t want to play with me. ♦ If someone takes a toy off me, I may get upset or angry. ♦ I should ask them to give me the toy back, and take turns instead. ♦ If I get angry, I should count and stay calm. ♦ When I share with others, I make new friends. ♦ My friends like to play with me when I share. ♦ My teacher can help me share with others if I find it hard. ♦ There are lots of fun things in class that I can play with! I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
Hitting Social Story
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Hitting Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with hitting. A lot of children hit others as a sign of frustration, anxiety, pain etc. - sometimes we may even find no explanation for why they are hitting but hopefully this social story will help reduce hitting behaviours. It is a general book full of different things your hands can be used for as well as why we shouldn't hit - how it makes others feel, and how we can calm ourselves down. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ I can use my hands to clap. ♦ I can use my hands to wave. ♦ I can use my hands to high five. ♦ I can use my hands to pull. ♦ I can use my hands to give hugs. ♦ Sometimes I get angry and hit. ♦ My friends are sad if I hit them. ♦ If I am angry, I can count to 10. ♦ Or, I can read a book. ♦ Or, I can relax. ♦ Or, I can have a hug. I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting.
Going to School Social Story
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Going to School Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with coping with going to School. A lot of children struggle with understanding why they need to go to School, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they are going it or what will happen. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to go to School, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ Today I am going to School. ♦ Children go to School to learn. ♦ School is open on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. ♦ I do not have to go to School on a Saturday or Sunday. ♦ There’s no School in the summer! ♦ I get time off for Christmas, Easter and more too! ♦ Some children go on a bus to School. ♦ Some children walk to School. ♦ Some children go to School in a car. ♦ Some children ride a bicycle to School. ♦ I will say goodbye to my family in the morning before going to School. ♦ I will see them when I finish School later. ♦ My teacher will greet me with a big smile and hello! ♦ I will be in a classroom with lots of other children, desks and chairs. ♦ There will also be lots of books and fun toys for me to play with. ♦ Going to School means I will make lots of new friends! ♦ I can eat my lunch in the cafeteria. ♦ Or I can take a packed lunch from home with me. ♦ In School, I have to listen to the teacher. ♦ At the end of the day, I put all my items in my bag. ♦ I say goodbye to my friends and teacher. ♦ My family will be waiting for me when I finish School. I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
Feelings Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions
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Feelings Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions

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These feelings themed comprehension worksheets are a fun and engaging way for your students to work on their comprehension, reading and writing skills. As well as these skills, they will have the chance to learn more about different feelings and what may cause them. There are 10 different comprehension activities included and all are based on facts of different animals. Each activity consists of 2 pages - a reading passage page and an accompanying questions page. The worksheets contain an image of a child displaying a feeling with an accompanying passage that includes information about the child, and the feelings they have experienced. This is great for students to be able to read a passage and recall details from it, answering relevant questions. All pages come in black and white for ink friendly printing. The images are eye catching and appropriate for young students who will find them engaging. This resource comes in both spelling options for UK/US etc. For example colour/color, favourite/favorite etc.
Going on a Plane Social Story
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Going on a Plane Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with going on a plane. A lot of children struggle with understanding the process of what is involved going on a plane, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand why they need to do the things asked of them. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to get onto a plane, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included are; ♦ To go on an airplane, I have to go to the airport. ♦ Before we go to the airport, I have to pack my suitcase. ♦ I should pack my clothes, toothbrush and anything else I may need. ♦ There are lots of planes in the airport, so it can get busy. ♦ First, we have to go to the check in desk to check in for our flight. ♦ The lady will look at our passports and weigh our suitcases. ♦ Our suitcases will get put onto the plane by the airport staff. ♦ Next, we have to go through the scanners. I might have to take my shoes and coat off. ♦ I have to walk through a scanner, the staff will tell me where to go. ♦ Now, we can have a look in the shops or have something to eat. ♦ Next it’s time to board our plane, we must go to our gate and give the lady our tickets. ♦ On the plane, I have to sit on the seat that is shown on my ticket. ♦ When the plane takes off and lands, my ears might pop. ♦ There are lots of things for me to do on the plane, as well as lots of food to eat. ♦ When the plane lands, we have to stay sitting until told to take our seat belts off. ♦ We may have to show our passports again to airport staff. ♦ Then, we go and collect our suitcases off a conveyor belt. ♦ Now we can leave the airport! I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
Halloween: Spelling and Handwriting Task Cards
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Halloween: Spelling and Handwriting Task Cards

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This resource is a great way for your students to work on their spelling and handwriting skills, plus it's linked to the theme of Halloween. Each page comes with two task cards on it with the same image/vocabulary. One task card is for spelling or handwriting - it comes with a prompt above so students can either use the included letters to match them or they can write in the boxes underneath to work on their handwriting skills. The second task card on the page is for students to work on their handwriting by having a prompt underneath, this is where students will overwrite the word. The task cards come in b/w and col option for your preference. ♦ Task Card 1: Students have a picture, prompt and then cut out letters to match to the words or use the prompt above to work on their handwriting in the boxes below. ♦ Task Card 2: Students over write the Halloween word. This activity does require you to do a bit of cutting and laminating but it is well worth it and will be long-lasting and beneficial to your pupils. Cut out the task cards and laminate them as your 'base'. Then cut out the individual letters and laminate these. I recommend laminating as they will last longer but if you want to use as a cut/paste activity with your students these will also be great.
Guy Fawkes Flashcard Story, Bonfire Night
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Guy Fawkes Flashcard Story, Bonfire Night

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This download includes a 12 page mini story book of the Guy Fawkes Gunpowder Plot. Each mini page, is half an actual page size, meaning you cut each page in half. I recommend laminating each page individually and then binding together to make a book - it'll also make it stronger and longer lasting for you. It has been simplified into a short story, with bright, eye-catching graphics. This download comes in colour/color or black and white option. Perfect for a special needs/autistic class or pre-k/k.
2D Shapes Pumpkin Matching
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2D Shapes Pumpkin Matching

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This pumpkin themed 2D shape task card activity is a great way for your students to work on their shape recognition skills, while introducing the theme of autumn/fall/halloween into your learning environment. This activity includes 9 different task cards. Each task card contains an image of a pumpkin in a different 2D shape. Then, there are simple 2D shapes for you to cut out, which students match to the pumpkin task cards- or you can use real shapes that you have already, in your classroom. Instructions are also included on first pages of each PDF document. I would highly recommend laminating each of the individual task cards so that they will be stronger, therefore longer lasting. This is a great way to keep students motivated and engaged while working on their ten frame counting skills. Comes in both b/w and col option for your printing preference.
Going to Toilet Social Story
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Going to Toilet Social Story

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This social story is a great read for students who may need some support with going to the toilet. A lot of children struggle with going to the toilet, it may cause them anxiety and they may not even understand how to use a toilet. Hopefully, this social story will help encourage your child(ren)/students to use the toilet, and also help promote independence. Many students with autism are visual learners and like to learn through seeing something in action. This book comes complete with matching, simple yet engaging graphics to help describe what is being said on the page. ★ Comes in boy and girl option. ★ Comes in col option only - no b/w availability, however you can print in grayscale. Pages included in boy book are; ♦ The toilet is in the bathroom. ♦ When I need the toilet, I should go to the bathroom. ♦ I should pull down my pants. ♦ If I need to pee I can stand and urinate into the toilet. ♦ If I need to poo I can sit on the toilet. ♦ When I am finished, I should use toilet paper. ♦ I can wipe with toilet paper or call for help. ♦ Then, I should pull up my pants. ♦ Now, I should flush the toilet. ♦ Next, I wash my hands. Pages included in girl book are; ♦ The toilet is in the bathroom. ♦ When I need the toilet, I should go to the bathroom. ♦ I should pull down my pants. ♦ And sit on the toilet. ♦ If I need to pee or poo, I should do it on the toilet. ♦ When I am finished, I should use toilet paper. ♦ I can wipe with toilet paper or call for help. ♦ Then, I should pull up my pants. ♦ Now, I should flush the toilet. ♦ Next, I wash my hands. I recommend printing out each of the individual pages, laminating them and then binding them into a book so it will be easier for students to read - or be read to, as well as being stronger and longer lasting. You can use only the pages that you feel most relevant.
I Am Working For Visual Reward System
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I Am Working For Visual Reward System

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This is a great visual resource to help motivate and encourage students to complete their task(s) or work in order to gain tokens to receive their reward. Students collect a token for each task they complete/minute worked (you choose), once they have achieved all the tokens they get to have their choice activity. It is important for you to offer children the choice of what they want once they have finished their work so that they are motivated to achieve it at the end! This resource comes with two different options of each board (one with a yellow box for choice to go inside, one with black box). It also comes in 4 different difficulty levels. ♦ Level 1: 3 tokens then reward ♦ Level 2: 4 tokens then reward ♦ Level 3: 5 tokens then reward ♦ Level 4: 10 tokens then reward If you are unsure of what your student’s level of working is, I would start at the bottom and use level 1 then build your way up, if you feel your student is capable of working a large amount before achieving their reward then use your professional opinion on where to start them. To put together; ♦ print out the board that you want to use ♦ laminate it and attach velcro bits in each box ♦ cut out and laminate the choice activities provided (or provide your own) and add velcro to the back of them so that they will stick to the box on the page ♦ cut out and laminate your choice of reward coupons (3 different options provided) and also velcro these. You’re done! This is a great resource for encouraging students to work and also to improve how long they are able to work for or how many activities they can complete! This resource comes with some choice symbols, if you feel there is something that you desperately need please feel free to contact me through the ‘Ask a question’ tab as a request and I will try my best to add it. The symbols included so far are; ♦ ball pit ♦ blocks ♦ game (2 options) ♦ book ♦ bubbles ♦ car ♦ computer ♦ lego ♦ iPad ♦ music (2 options) ♦ outside ♦ playground ♦ puppets ♦ relax ♦ sand ♦ time out ♦ choice ♦ toys ♦ train ♦ walk ♦ trampoline ♦ water play.
St. David's Day QR Code Task Cards
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St. David's Day QR Code Task Cards

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To use this activity you will need access to a QR reader on a smart device, i.e table, phone etc. You will need access to internet/wifi and a camera. Students scan the QR code on the question task card, they are redirected to a website with an image on, they look at the image and then record what position the dinosaur is on the answer card. This activity comes in col and b/w option. It comes with an answer sheet for students to fill in and an answer key for your use if needed. Students have to look at the task and the image and try to write down what they think it is. They can then use their device to scan the QR code to see if they got the correct answer/spelt it right! There is an extra column on the answer sheet for students to right the correct answer as well as their guess/answer. There are 13 questions in total. All graphics are related to the Welsh celebration of St. David’s Day. Students scan the QR code using a QR code reader (you can download free options from App stores). They are then redirected to a website with the image and the spelling/word below it. Every task card states the question number on top of the task card, this then coincides with the answer sheet - the numbers are related i.e Question 1 task card will go into box number 1 on the answer sheet. You can lay out the task cards on a table, as part of a center/centre or leave them around the room/outdoor area for students to hunt for.
Humpty Dumpty Crime Scene
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Humpty Dumpty Crime Scene

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This Humpty Dumpty crime scene activity pack is a great addition to your Humpty Dumpty - or Nursery Rhyme - themed topic. With this pack you will be able to create the crime scene of Humpty Dumpty for students to investigate and work on, to try to figure out who pushed Humpty Dumpty off the wall. This activity pack contains a variety of extra resources that can be used as add ons to extend your lesson/unit. Included in this pack is; ♦ Humpty Dumpty Crime Scene Pack Includes instructions and example pictures of how you can set up the crime scene. This pack contains 4 possible suspects - and you can choose who actually pushed Humpty Dumpty just by planting the corresponding clues. There is also a suspect information book which contains information on each of the suspects as well as a suspect check list for students to match their clues to the suspects. At the back is a wanted poster for students to fill in with the suspects details once they have worked out who is guilty of pushing Humpty off the wall. ♦ Comprehension Worksheets A variety of different worksheets that include the 'alibi' of the different characters. ♦ Create Your Own Story Students use the prompts to write their own version of Humpty Dumpty, what happened to him etc. ♦ Certificate A certificate - which you can edit in powerpoint/keynote to add images of your students and their names. The certificate is to congratulate them for solving the crime. ♦ Interviewing Suspects Students can take the place of the suspects and answer the questions that are written down, they can also write their own questions for the suspects and then either answer themselves, pass to other students to answer or have staff answer for them. ♦ Detective Write Up Report Students write up their findings from their investigation. ♦ Newspaper Article A newspaper article template for students to draw/write how the crime was solved, who the culprit was etc. ♦ Story Sequencing Puzzle A simple sequencing puzzle where students read the rhyme of Humpty Dumpty at the top then find the matching images and place them into the correct order on the jigsaw. This pack comes in spelling suitable for both i.e favourite/favorite. Check out how our crime scene went by visiting my blog http://www.teachingautism.co.uk/2017/11/who-pushed-humpty-dumpty-crime-scene.html
Autism Morning Work Book
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Autism Morning Work Book

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This adapted morning work binder is an engaging and hands-on way to start each morning with your autistic students. Using the morning binder each day will help your students get into a routine where they come in, settle down and they are ready to work. Many of our students may struggle with transition in the mornings, so by providing this work book as a consistent routine in their daily morning routine, it will help them to settle quicker and be prepared to work. The books are editable so each student can have their own personalized morning binder. The document comes as a Keynote and PowerPoint file. You can add on different wording and add pictures of your student etc. but please note you will not be able to add/change/extract any form of clipart/imagery/text from this document. This is to protect our fabulous clip artists and myself as a teacher-author. This book comes in 2 levels; Level 1 - Students match images or symbols to each of the pages. Level 2 - Students match images or symbols and words to the pages. They can also use a dry-wipe pen and write their answers to make it harder again. What’s Included? Level 1 Morning Work Binder Accompanying Walkthrough to Put Together the Level 1 Morning Work Binder Level 2 Morning Work Binder Accompanying Walkthrough to Put Together the Level 2 Morning Work Binder What’s Included in the Books? The books include; Front Cover Me and My Name How Do I Feel? My School What Day Is It? What Months Is It? What Season Is It? How’s the Weather? What Should I Wear? Finished Front Cover You can either add your students name using a text box and then print out, or have students write their name once printed. You can also put a white shape square over the image on the front cover and then insert an image of your student if you want their photo on the front cover. What Should I Wear This comes with 4 different options. You only need to print one per book used. 2 boy options, and 2 girl options are included. Students use the clothing pieces included to dress the person appropriately for how the weather is outside. Build Up If you feel there are too many pages to start for your students, use less pages to start. First, just use ‘Me and My Name’ ‘What Day Is It?’ ‘How’s the Weather?’ and 'Finished’ Then, as students progress with this, start adding more of the pages in. Finished My students love these books - but they love the finished page too. Having the finished page is a visual way to show your students that they have completed the activity. And that’s the end of the book. All symbols are included in this resource. You can also add your own too.
Life Skills Adapted Work Binder
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Life Skills Adapted Work Binder

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This resource contains an adapted work folder that targets a range of different life skills for your students. ★ 20 activities included. ★ This resource also comes with 2 different levels for the grocery shopping/payment pages as well as girl/boy options for some pages. This resource comes in both spelling options of colour and color. It comes with different PDFs to suit a variety of different countries (mainly because of the coins used when purchasing food in the grocery store) This resource contains UK coins. The activities included in this folder are; ♦ Writing/Spelling name ♦ Doing the laundry Putting dirty washing and detergent into the washing machine, transferring clothes from washing machine onto the washing line, then off the washing line and into the basket ♦ Matching socks ♦ Putting items away - kitchen v garden ♦ Grocery shopping - 2 different levels Finding items on your shopping list, taking them off the shelves and into your trolley. Then paying for them at the end by choosing the correct coins from your purse. ♦ Recycling - recycle cardboard into the green bin and food into the white bin ♦ Building a face - boy and girl option ♦ Label the body ♦ Brush teeth Put pen on the teeth then rub off with toothbrush ♦ Wash face Put pen on face, then wipe off with baby wipes/wet cloth ♦ Wash hands Put pen on hands, then wipe off with baby wipes/wet cloth ♦ Dressing kids for weather - cold/hot option boy/girl option ♦ Set the table Put fork, knife, spoon and plate into correct places on the table If there are any life skills activities that you feel could be added to this folder, then please get in touch and I'll be happy to try and help you.
Shark Facts Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions
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Shark Facts Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions

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These shark fact themed comprehension packs are a fun and engaging way for your students to work on their comprehension, reading and writing skills. There are 10 different comprehension activities included and all are based on facts of different species of sharks. Each activity consists of 2 pages - a reading passage page and an accompanying questions page. All images and stories in this comprehension pack are based on facts about different species of sharks and will be a perfect addition to your Shark Week. There is a short amount of information provided on each page and then 4 questions on another page. This is great for students to be able to read a passage and recall details from it, answering relevant questions. All pages come in black and white for ink friendly printing. The images are eye catching and appropriate for young students who will find them engaging.
Autism Classroom Visuals, First Then and More Visuals with Communication Symbols
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Autism Classroom Visuals, First Then and More Visuals with Communication Symbols

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This is a great visual resource to support and encourage students when taking part in different activities throughout the day. It comes with a variety of different 'boards' for your preference on which to use as well as 68 symbols to accompany the resource. The boards included come in both b/w and col option. There is a contents page included so you are aware of what you are printing in the PDF document. Included are: First, Then board b/w Now, Next board b/w First, Next, Then board b/w Now, Next, Then board b/w First, Then, Last board b/w First, Then board col Now, Next board col First, Next, Then board col Now, Next, Then board col First, Then Last board col Visuals/Symbols I highly recommend cutting out and laminating the individual pieces so that they will be stronger and longer lasting. There are also brief instructions included on the first page of the PDF, however this is a quick and simple resource to put together that will work wonders with you and your students throughout the year. This resource comes with some choice symbols, if you feel there is something that you desperately need please feel free to contact me through the 'Ask a question' tab as a request and I will try my best to add it. Contains 16 pages.
Alien Crime Scene
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Alien Crime Scene

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This Alien crime scene activity pack is a great addition to your Alien - or Space - themed topic. With this pack you will be able to create a crime scene where a someone has crash landed on Earth in their UFO but they are missing! Students have to investigate using the clues provided to find out who has landed on Earth and what planet they have come from out of 4 possible choices. This crime scene is designed to be interactive, engaging and adapted to suit students ability levels. This crime scene includes the following activities; • Planet and Alien Information Booklet Students look through this booklet to find out information on the 4 possible planets and the aliens that live on them. The booklet holds important information to help students work out which alien has landed on Earth. • Taste - Eat Something has been left behind for students to taste! (Popcorn) Students have to taste the item, decide what it is and then match it to the alien who likes to eat it. • Taste - Drink Something has been left behind for students to smell! (Milk) Students have to drink the item, decide what it is and then match it to the alien who likes to drink this. • Eye Witness Reports Students need to read through the 4 witness reports. The witnesses are explaining one of the aliens. Students need to look for the important bits of information to match it to an alien in the line up. • Matching Footprints Footprints have been left behind at the scene! Students need to look at the footprints and try and match them to the aliens footprints. • Clue Book Students put their clues into the clue book as they go along. This way they are able to keep track of all the clues they have found. This will help them when they need to make a decision on who they think has landed on Earth and where they are from. • Going Home Students need to help the alien find his way through the maze to get back to his UFO. • Following Instructions The alien is in his UFO and ready to get back to his planet - but it’s invisible! Can you follow the instructions and help the alien get home? Your students will love taking part in this fun and interactive crime scene. A teachers walkthrough is also included in the pack to help you put together the crime scene and use it to the best of its ability. I would also recommend trying out the crime scene before giving it to your students so that you are able to familiarize yourself with the way that it works. This comes in both spelling options i.e color/colour, favorite/favourite etc. Almost everything that you need to complete this crime scene is included in this pack. However, you will need access to popcorn and milk for students to taste/smell.
Animal Facts Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions
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Animal Facts Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions

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These animal fact themed comprehension worksheets are a fun and engaging way for your students to work on their comprehension, reading and writing skills. There are 18 different comprehension activities included and all are based on facts of different animals. Each activity consists of 2 pages - a reading passage page and an accompanying questions page. The worksheets contain a photograph of an animal with an accompanying passage that includes facts about the animals, then a matching question page for students to recall details they have just read. This is great for students to be able to read a passage and recall details from it, answering relevant questions. All pages come in black and white for ink friendly printing. The images are eye catching and appropriate for young students who will find them engaging. This resource comes in both spelling options for UK/US etc. For example colour/color, favourite/favorite etc. The animals included are: • Blue Poison Dart Frog • Bottlenose Dolphin • Cow • Duck • Elephant • Giraffe • Great White Shark • Horse • Humpback Whale • Killer Whale • Meerkat • Monkey • Pig • Rattlesnake • Sheep • Starfish • Turtle • Zebra
3 Little Pigs Ten Frame Task Cards
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3 Little Pigs Ten Frame Task Cards

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These 3 Little Pigs ten frame task cards are a great way for students to work on their counting and ten frame skills. The task cards included in this pack include ten frames with answers from 0-10 for your students to work on. Students have to count how many pigs are in the ten frame and then select the correct answer out of 3 choices on the bottom of the task card. Come in color/colour and black and white option. Instructions are included on the first page of PDF file. 2 task cards come on each page. I recommend cutting and laminating each task card individually. By laminating the task cards you will find they are stronger and longer lasting. This means you can use them year in, year out for your students, just pulling them out and you can wipe them clean after your students have finished with them! Great for number/counting work and for your 3 Little Pigs thematic unit.
St. David's Day Bingo
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St. David's Day Bingo

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This bingo activity is great to take part with small or large groups. All themes are linked to the theme of St. David’s Day. This comes with image bingo cards, image and word flash cards as well as small word/image cards and just word cards. The second page of the PDF contains instructions on different ways you can use this bingo resource in your classroom. 10 different boards in total - up to 10 players during one game. I would recommend laminating each board individually for them to be stronger and longer lasting but this is personal choice.