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Teaching and Learning Resources for Early Learners and KS1

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Looking for something original? Here are some Resources for Early Learners and Key Stage 1 that you won't have used before. There are also some key Stage 2 and SEN resources. Alphabet, Phonics, Reading & Writing Activities (and more subjects). Worksheets, flashcards, activities, PPTs, quiz games and posters.

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Looking for something original? Here are some Resources for Early Learners and Key Stage 1 that you won't have used before. There are also some key Stage 2 and SEN resources. Alphabet, Phonics, Reading & Writing Activities (and more subjects). Worksheets, flashcards, activities, PPTs, quiz games and posters.
World Book Day/Week KS1
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World Book Day/Week KS1

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Play this as a slide show with plenty of speaking and listening and questions to ask along the way. There are 13 stories included to share, retell and discuss. There are some extension activities included at the end.
Ourselves 'Things I Like'
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Ourselves 'Things I Like'

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A superb presentation to encourage children to think about the things they like and talk about them. Suitable for EYFS, KS1 and English learning.
Fruit / Veg Sorting + Alphabetical Ordering
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Fruit / Veg Sorting + Alphabetical Ordering

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This is a resource where children read the names of the fruit and vegetables and colour them in according to what colour they are. This may be challenging for some children and they can research unusual fruit and veg here. The second sheet asks children to write out the fruit and vegetables in alphabetical order. Sheet 3 is for children to draw a picture for each letter of the alphabet using those given or their own choices of fruit and vegetables.
Plants in Pots Cut, Count and Match to 10
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Plants in Pots Cut, Count and Match to 10

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Children can cut out these plants in pots and sequence them from 1 to 10. They can also cut out the numbers to 10 and match them with the plants. Duplicate and laminate for matching and counting games. Links to Spring and Plants.
Trace and Cutting Practice Strips EYFS / KS1
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Trace and Cutting Practice Strips EYFS / KS1

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Fine motor and handwriting practice activity. 6 pages showing 3 strips of shapes / lines on each page. Children can trace the lines and shapes and cut out the strips when they have finished. Alternatively, print, cut and laminate and add the strips to your writing corner or table and encourage children to trace the lines and shapes with dry markers.
Favourite Days Out to Write About PPT KS1
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Favourite Days Out to Write About PPT KS1

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This Power Point starts of with an animated slide showing 6 pictures of different days out children may experience. Click to show the words to go with the pictures and children can see if they can name the places correctly. Page 2 shows black and white drawings of the days out and the words appear on a click. Next there is a slide for each day out as a writing template. Print off the sheets for worksheets where children can write about their favourite days out or places they would like to visit.
Words and Pictures ending with Ing
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Words and Pictures ending with Ing

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18 pictures to colour in showing doing words ending with ing. Activities: Fill in the missing letters to complete the words - 6 to a page Add the words under the pictures Draw pictures under the words Colour pictures
Catch Phrase Game Number 1
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Catch Phrase Game Number 1

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Game one in this series. 40 pictorial popular catch phrases or sayings to encourage thinking skills and speaking and listening skills. There are 4 catch phrases on each page. It is fun to work against the clock! Children can work in pairs or teams to try to work out the answers. An answer sheet is provided for them to mark off. Cut out the cards and laminate for a game you can keep and re use. As an extra activity children can research and write the meanings of the phrases.
Acrostic Christmas Poem Writing Frames
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Acrostic Christmas Poem Writing Frames

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Here is an example of an acrostic Christmas poem to give your class the idea. I use a wordbank of Christmas words or pictures to inspire my children. There are 4 examples of writing frames so children can choose their favourites.
Missing Vowels CVC Work
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Missing Vowels CVC Work

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There are 4 pages of colour pictures where the middle sounds / vowels are missing. The sheets can be laminated for re-use. Links to Phonics, Spelling and Letters and Sounds work.
Bumper Olympic Resource Pack Tokyo 2021
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Bumper Olympic Resource Pack Tokyo 2021

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Here are a collection of resources based on the Olympics Tokyo 2021! There are 13 pages which include: Posters to share, display and stimulate pupils to make their own. Flashcards and pictures of Olympic events and equipment. A Flags activity. List writing and naming / writing events. Links with Sports, Hobbies, Geography and Literacy.
3 Sets of CVC Worksheets
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3 Sets of CVC Worksheets

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3 sets of CVC worksheets. Each set is made up of: 12 CVC word cards Word cards with pictures Picture cards with space to write CVC words Children can learn to read, spell, sound out and match. Pictures are black and white so children can colour these too. Links to Letters and Sounds, Phonics and Spelling.
Crack the Christmas Code
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Crack the Christmas Code

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This activity is based on a Christmas picture alphabet. Children use the pictures to write the missing letters to complete the Christmas messages. Or they add the missing pictures. They will have fun using the code to write their own messages too.
A Jar of Positivity
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A Jar of Positivity

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A lesson linked with Feelings, Emotions, Mindfulness, Mental Health and Well Being and Self-Esteem. This is a great lesson on its own, or accompanied by a jar(empty sweet jar will do) filled with positive sayings, pictures or quotations. Great lesson to start the New Year or Term in a positive way. Children can use the* Postits* on page 3 to write some notes and plan what they will put into their own jar. They can work in pairs or groups for this or on their own. This resource compliments the 72 Thinking Positively Cards available on my shop also.
Fill in the Missing Numbers to 10
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Fill in the Missing Numbers to 10

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3 worksheets where the children complete the number lines with missing numbers to 10. There is a template added for them to make their own number lines and a sheet with numbers 1 to 10, to assist those who need extra support.
Fine Motor Skills Shape Sheets
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Fine Motor Skills Shape Sheets

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A set of shapes for children to improve their cutting skills. There are 11 large shapes and 2 pages showing small shapes which can be used for assessment.