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Jumbled sentences

Jumbled sentences

I used this resource with two children with dyslexia. There is clues in the jumbled sentences to help them put the sentences together properly
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Audio Story: The Monkey and the Crocodile plus read along text

Audio Story: The Monkey and the Crocodile plus read along text

An Indian Animal Fable for KS1 & KS2 - great for whole class listening, or small groups supported reading/ listening groups. Perfect for encouraging a love of story in reluctant readers. The Monkey and the Crocodile is a classic trickster gets tricked tale, originally from the ancient Indian text - the Panchatantra - but updated and retold, keeping all the wisdom but adding modern fun. Suitable for KS1 and KS2 classes, perfect for quiet time, listening, independently or as a whole class. Brilliant for encouraging a love of stories, especially for those who struggle to read. This is a free resource, to give you a taste of Tale Time's new audio resources and teaching aids. If you liked this, please do check out our other stories and resource packs. We'd love to hear what you thought, how you used the story and if you feel we can improve, or offer any other resources. Please do leave comments. Tale Time - Nurturing a love of stories: www.taletime.co.uk
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Reading Comprehension Strategies Corner Bookmarks

Reading Comprehension Strategies Corner Bookmarks

Reading comprehension corner bookmarks help students use questions and strategies to make meaningful connections to any book. They are easy to make and fun to use. Each bookmark has a writing prompt that requires students to actively use the text. They illicit higher level thinking skills and improve comprehension. Students can write on the back and mark the place in the book for later reference and sharing. These are great for literacy centers, book circles, book clubs, and anytime. These bookmarks encourage students to make personal connections with the text, visualize, predict, infer, and summarize information. They make a great activity to send home. Use the blank template to create labels and organize reading assignments. What’s included ➠30 different corner bookmark templates in black and white. Each template has a different strategy or writing prompt and visual directions for assembly. ➠1 blank template to create individualized bookmarks. ➠5 book report templates to use as extension activities. ➠Easy to follow visual directions on each page. ➠Teaching tips and activity ideas. ➠List of writing prompts/questions for planning.
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Spring Cloze.

Spring Cloze.

14 cloze procedures with word banks of 6 or 8 words each. These words can be found/highlighted in sentences under three boxes for pupils to depict what they read with the same words to be filled in letter by letter underneath a main picture to color in.
butterbeans65
A parent's guide to reading and writing -  early years, primary and secondary.

A parent's guide to reading and writing - early years, primary and secondary.

This is a PDF of my book 'Teach your digital native to read and write: A guide for parents'. It is also available in paperback and for Kindle from Amazon. Young people today are known as ‘digital natives’. Constant exposure to digital devices is even changing the way that they think, learn and relate to others. Digital technologies mean we do, in fact, engage with the written word more than ever before, yet reading and writing can lack relevance in young people's lives. Many parents want to support their child with learning to read and write but are unsure where to start. Which literacy skills are needed in our digital age? How can you tempt young people away from their digital devices to learn these? How do you ensure digital devices are helping rather than hindering learning? All of these questions and more are answered in 'Teach your Digital Native to Read and Write', an essential guide for any parent or carer wanting to know how to support their ‘digital native’ to read and write in the 21st century. • Are e-books as useful as paper books? • How can I support my child with the phonics being taught in school? • Are handwriting and spelling still necessary skills in the era of digital devices and predictive texting? • How can I support my older child who is finding literacy difficult or a dyslexic child? • How can I support my child with reading and writing tasks? • And is it even possible to make reading as engaging for my child as computer games and mobile phones? This is a must-have book for any parent wanting to support their 21st century child to develop effective literacy skills needed to succeed academically, personally, socially and in employment. Overview of contents: Chapter One: Digital Natives Chapter Two: What is literacy? Chapter Three: Pre-reading skills Chapter Four: Phonics Chapter Five: After Phonics - Becoming a Skilled Reader Chapter Six: Handwriting Chapter Seven: Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Chapter Eight: Writing - the Bigger Picture Chapter Nine: Supporting your Older Child or Teenager Chapter Ten: Digital Literacy The author, Victoria Honeybourne, has a background in education and is a senior advisory teacher with a local authority. She has spoken at national events and has written several other education books
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Sight Word Color and Craft Activity

Sight Word Color and Craft Activity

This fun color by sight word activity provides an engaging way to practice words that need to be recognized automatically. Students get to practice reading and writing these words and can turn the finished product into a cute card or display. The heart theme makes a great Valentine's Day activity. This set of printable color by word sheets uses Orton-Gillingham red words, sets 1-5. These include 160 common words that cannot be sounded out phonetically and do not follow any particular phonemic rule. They can be used with any popular sight word program. It is important for students to recognize and read sight words quickly since these words make up about 50% of the words they will encounter when reading a. As an added bonus, students get practice with visual discrimination, fine motor skills, and creativity. These are fun, motivational, and multi-sensory to make retention of information easier. Included are: 11 Color by word pictures Instructions for use and crafts Writing activity Answer key List of words for instruction and assessment See more color by word activities at Tammy’s Toolbox. Related Products ⭐ Sight Word Spelling Activity Mat and Alphabet Tiles ⭐ Sight Word Games and Activities Multi-Sensory Mastery Mega Bundle ⭐ Sight Word Walk Activities - Bundle Pre-Primer, Primer, 1st, 2nd, 3rd Grade ⭐ Sight Word Bookmarks and Activities - Bundle ⭐ Sight Word Games and Cards with Nouns
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Sight Word Multi-Sensory Mastery Bundle

Sight Word Multi-Sensory Mastery Bundle

These sight word activities and games will make reading fluency and confidence soar. Help students quickly master all sight words with this bundle of worksheets, games and multisensory resources. Students with dyslexia, ADHD, and other learning disabilities, who are struggling to read and spell sight words, will benefit from these activities which incorporate widely used multisensory techniques. Use these with all students or as an individual program. Included are 4 Search and Find Sight Word resources for pre-primer, primer, first, second, and third grade sight words. Use these resources together for a multisensory program to help students achieve mastery of the most frequently occurring words. Search and Find Sight Word Bookmarks and Practice Sheets Search and Find Sight Word Spelling Practice Mat Search and Find Sight Sight Word Walk Search and Find Sight Word Detective Cards and Games What’s Inside? ★Over 15 ideas for games and activities to help with sight word recall. ★Bookmarks with a highlighter box to help focus on words in text. Each bookmark includes 4 words and come in two different fonts. ★Sight word cards in three different fonts designed to help students with dyslexia and visual processing difficulties recognize text and comprehend what they read. ★Ideas of differentiation. ★A board game for review with instructions and playing pieces. ★A spelling mat with tiles for word building and instructions for activities. ★Sight word footprints with directions for active games, word walls and bulletin boards. ★Review practice sheets for each word. ★Assessment Record. ★Storage pocket templates. ★Reward badges. Students use their imagination with these detective theme resources. Help them become sight word detectives as they find clues to reading and spelling. Use all of the Search and Find Sight Word resources to help Dan, Debbie, and Digger Detective find sight word clues. Each resource is available separately or as part of a bundle for pre-primer, primer, 1st, 2nd, 3rd grade. You can also purchase the Mega Bundle with all resources in each grade level. See all the Search and Find Sight Word Resources at Tammy’s Toolbox. ★ Note: The Fast and Fabulous Detective Flash Card Review Game is included in this resource. It is also available as a separate resource. See all of the Fast and Fabulous Flash Card Review Games at Tammy’s Toolbox. There are over 13 themes to choose from.
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