1. Resources Home
  2. Secondary
  3. Special educational needs
  4. Specific learning difficulty
  5. Dyspraxia
Special Needs Checklists

Special Needs Checklists

This product contains the checklists that will help you identify the characteristics of significant learning disabilities that some of your students may display. THIS IS NOT A VALID METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING LEARNING DISABILITIES but it can serve as important observational tool when referring a child for professional services such as psychological testing, speech therapy, and/ or occupational therapy. It can also help you plan for individualized educational plans and behavior intervention plans for students needing adapted or modified programs. This file contains: 2 page checklist for dyscalculia 2 page checklist for dysgraphia 2 page checklist for dyslexia 2 page checklist for dyspraxia Each checklist is broken down into separate parts to give yourself a global view of each special need in order to better understand and help your students. Should you have any questions or comments about this product, feel free to email me at missmonica@iheartgrade3.com Have a great day!
missmonica1
January Handwriting Workbook

January Handwriting Workbook

This January handwriting workbook includes 31 worksheets that are based on events that happen during this month. It has been designed with eight to 11-year-olds in mind and can be used at home or in the classroom to help them to develop their confidence and handwriting techniques. This handwriting workbook is perfect for a child who is able to write simple sentences but who needs to regularly practice in order to improve their letter legibility. Each of the 31 activity sheets takes about five to 10 minutes and will give the child plenty of opportunities to practice their skills and build up their confidence. Please note, the design follows the UK method of learning cursive handwriting where only the lower case letters are in the joined up style.
HelpwithHandwriting
14-Day Handwriting Practice

14-Day Handwriting Practice

Whether at home or in the classroom, why not set this 14-day handwriting practice challenges your children and help them to develop their handwriting techniques and confidence. It has been designed with eight to 11-year-olds in mind and includes five worksheets and answer sheets that can be used over the school holiday to help keep them on track with heir handwriting practice. By the time the child is eight years old they should really start to begin to write all of their letters the same size. Additionally, they will begin to learn how to write stories with a clear plot. Their pencil control skill should be good and their grammar skills will be developing well. With that in mind, this workbook is the perfect handwriting resource for them.
HelpwithHandwriting
Teach handwriting 7 to 8 years

Teach handwriting 7 to 8 years

This do’s and don’ts handwriting booklet will help teach handwriting 7 to 8 years. Whether you are teaching your child at home or in a classroom environment, this booklet can be used to help make the learning experience more effective and comfortable for the child. It has been designed with parents and educators in mind to outline the do’s and don’ts of effective handwriting for seven and eight-year-olds. It can be used in conjunction with the other Help With Handwriting workbooks and ensures that the children have more chance of developing neat handwriting by reducing the risk of picking up bad habits.
HelpwithHandwriting
Half drawing handwriting sheets

Half drawing handwriting sheets

This half drawing handwriting sheets by shape and seasons contains a total of 14 worksheets that have been developed for seven and eight-year-olds to practice the pencil control skills needed for effective handwriting techniques. This handwriting book features drawing 55 shapes and seasonal images. They start with simple shapes and gradually build to more complex shapes including a seaside bucket, Christmas tree and a Yeti. The fun and exciting illustrations ensure that the child remains engaged with the handwriting exercise whilst learning the essential skills in a fun and relaxing way. This workbook can be used at home or in a classroom and is a great resource to help children take the next step in learning how to write.
HelpwithHandwriting
Monster Handwriting Practice

Monster Handwriting Practice

This handwriting workbook has been designed for seven to eight-year-olds who are confident in writing on their own and can spell some words. By getting the child to draw the monster they continue to practice their pencil control skills. Once they finish their drawing they are asked to write about it; what is it called? What do they do? What do they like to eat? Monster drawing step by step is a handwriting guide with a difference. It unlocks their imagination with fun and engaging illustrations in order to help them develop their handwriting and spelling skills. This workbook is perfect for individual learning as well as classroom lessons.
HelpwithHandwriting
Forces - electricity, sun, magnets crossword

Forces - electricity, sun, magnets crossword

This handwriting workbook has been designed to help seven to eight-year-olds reduce their letter size. By completing crosswords, the child will not only practices their handwriting and spelling but will also learn how to write the letters that are legible but and an appropriate size. These three worksheets include crosswords about magnets, the sun, and electricity. This indispensable handwriting resource for seven to eight-year-olds is ideal for both individual learning at home and groups within a classroom environment. The crossword clues will challenge them to an appropriate level and give them an immense feeling of satisfaction once completed.
HelpwithHandwriting
Resources to support multisensory routines for teaching learners with dyslexia

Resources to support multisensory routines for teaching learners with dyslexia

Nine Resources to support routines from the Conquering Literacy Programme which can be used with Alpha and Omega, Read Write Inc, the Hickey Programme, Beat Dyslexia and The Bangor Programme. Nine resources available in one pdf. Resources are; Stimulus Response Routine; Simultaneous Oral Spelling card; Look and cover routine for irregular spellings; The Dictation Routine; The reading and spelling card routine; Cursive writing board; Refresh board; Vowel board; The Beginning Middle and End Board. Two versions of most including instructions on the first copy.
underthehour
Short-term Memory Programme

Short-term Memory Programme

A motivating programme to support the development of short-term memory and working memory for learners with dyslexia and other additional learning needs. This programme is easily used in conjunction with dyslexia learning programmes such as Conquering Literacy, Alpha and Omega, The Hickey Programme and Beat Dyslexia.
underthehour
National Handwriting Association Free Teacher Toolkit

National Handwriting Association Free Teacher Toolkit

Given away free by the The National Handwriting Association, which is renowned for its amazing resources, tips, courses, INSET and coming soon... free and paid short online courses on every topic. Join for £15 (only £30 for your entire school) and get free instant access to downloadable Tip Sheets for Teachers: Speeding Up, Rules for Handwriting Assessment, Above Year 4, the Importance of Patterns, Writing Grip, Basic Steps, Helping the Older Student, Touch-Typing and Warm Up Exercises. One of the most popular free resources you would have access to is invaluable: Handwriting Difficulties - a checklist of common indicators that children are finding the process of writing difficult and suggested possible strategies for alleviating the problems.
HollyEmmaSwinton
The Reading Repairer PowerPoint

The Reading Repairer PowerPoint

A PowerPoint detailing the content of The Reading Repairer and explaining why and how it should be helpful for teaching older students with poor reading skills. Helpful information for those considering using The Reading Repairer or alternative programs.
Maurice27
Real Reading Introductory Stage 1B

Real Reading Introductory Stage 1B

Designed for older students who need further work with basic phonics - reading and writing letters as well as learning to write a sentence. Level 1B follows the same format as level 1A.
Maurice27
The Reading Repairer 2, Regular Words

The Reading Repairer 2, Regular Words

This booklet focuses upon teaching students to sound out phonically regular words through word lists and 100 word passages. Booklet 1 in this series should be read, and resources in it used, prior to using this booklet. 118 pages.
Maurice27
GCSE PE

GCSE PE

16 individual GCSE theory PE Lesson plans. Over 20 GCSE individual practical lesson plans for Boxing, Swimming, Squash, Boccia and Goalball. Would work well in any setting teaching GCSE PE especially SEN settings.
GoldSEN
10 ways to trust and Nurture a Receptive Memory for Exams.

10 ways to trust and Nurture a Receptive Memory for Exams.

This resource is aimed at FE and HE students who are currently in their revision and exam phase of their courses. I do believe my tips will also be applicable to students who are revising for GCSE and A levels too. My aim is to improve the motivation of students to revise and to provide them with the strategies necessary to feel confident and achieve success in their exams this year. My resource will be useful for teachers who would like additional ideas for revision practice with their students, students themselves. Also for parents, so that they can have insight into the importance of their invaluable support and motivation for their children during this stressful period.
studyengagement17
10 Ways to Reboot your Motivation for Exam Revision

10 Ways to Reboot your Motivation for Exam Revision

This resource is aimed at FE and HE students who require motivation during the exam period. I do believe my tips will also be applicable to students who are revising for GCSE and A levels too. My aim is to improve the motivation of students to revise and to provide them with the strategies necessary to feel confident and achieve success in their exams this year. My resource will be useful for teachers who would like additional ideas for motivating their students to revise and students themselves. Also for parents, so that they can have insight into the importance of their invaluable support and motivational qualities that they can provide for their children during this stressful period.
studyengagement17
Nutrition and Balanced Diet

Nutrition and Balanced Diet

This is a lesson suited for SEN or lower ability KS3 students. Included in the lesson is the 7 food groups, and what is a balanced diet. Students will draw their own eat well plate. Included in the lesson is sentence starter and fill in the gaps activities.
ciarab87
SEN needs information booklet

SEN needs information booklet

Just need printing (back to back), laminating, cutting then attaching. I have printed them for every teacher and attached them with a key ring and feedback has been fantastic. Once cut they are A5 size and really handy to carry, keep in classrooms or in folders or planners. Information is as follows: pg 1: front cover pg 2: outline of quality first teaching pg 3: overview of SEN code of practice pg 3: a web of dyslexia traits pg 4: general strategies for dyslexia pg 5: ASD web of traits pg 6: general strategies for ASD pg 7: dyspraxia web of traits pg 8: general strategies for dyspraxia pg 9: dyscalculia web of traits pg 10: general strategies for dyscalculia pg 11: ADHD web of traits pg 12: genera strategies for ADHD pg 13: general strategies for EAL pg 14: general strategies for visual impairments pg 15: general strategies for hearing impairments All sheets are fully editable.
05laurachamberlain
SENCO Toolkit

SENCO Toolkit

Includes: Assess, Plan, Do, Review Cycle Focused feedback forms x 3 Intervention tiers Pupil Passports template Student support booklet template Learning Walk proforma Student observation sheet
schandler1
SEN Easy to Use Information Sheets

SEN Easy to Use Information Sheets

Detailed information sheets for special educational needs including Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD, ODD, Asperger's, Autism, HI/VI; Attachment Disorder. All sheets include a brief description of the need, traits students may show and top tips/ strategies to use in the classroom. I have also added links to useful websites at the bottom. These can easily be printed to put in planners/ folders or blown up for staffroom displays
05laurachamberlain
Witch Hunting in the 17th century

Witch Hunting in the 17th century

Three activities on witch hunting that can easily be extended or developed. A short cloze exercise, a handwriting task (that also allows for students to select pertinent information), and two sources that can be explored - Matthew Hopkins' book and a Salem lithograph produced late in 1892. Notes included.
charstars
Fine motor Activities

Fine motor Activities

Whether there is a specific medical reason or late development, a child who struggles with fine motor control can become frustrated, angry or suffer low self-esteem. They may tire quicker than their peers when attempting fine motor tasks. Some of the tasks may include, resisting drawing and writing, having trouble holding a pencil correctly, slow handwriting and struggling to use scissors. These activities are designed to be fun and improve fine motor skills. I found that having a small box of tricks to draw upon for quick 10 minutes interventions worked well, can be used 1:1 or as a small group.
boxoffrogsblog
Student Support Booklet Template

Student Support Booklet Template

As a SENCO I found it extremely frustrating constantly having to remind teachers about specific students needs and how to support these. Despite having access to an inclusion register. I have created this booklet that has been given to all staff to ensure they are fully aware of all students with additional needs and how to support these fully in their lessons. The contents have been collated from various websites and sources for ease of use in one document. Including key documents made by myself. The booklet contains: 1. An introduction to the booklet and how to use it 2. Key and Acronyms 3. Broad areas of need explained 4. List of students identified with SEND (anonymized ready to input your school's information into) 5. Students for whom reasonable adjustments should be made (anonymized ready to input your school's information into) 6. Supporting Pupils with Statements of SEND/EHCPs (anonymized ready to input your school's information into) 7. Student’s Health Care Plans. 8. Named Students/students with mentors 9. Specific Learning Difficulties (SPLD) definition 10. ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Disorder definition 11. Supporting students with Dyslexia 12. Supporting students with ASD 13. Supporting students with numeracy difficulties. 14. Supporting students with ADHD 15. Supporting Students with SLCN 16. Questioning Blank Levels 17. Simplifying questions 18. Differentiation techniques to teach key vocabulary and key concepts 19. Referral form – Learning Concerns 20. Referral form – Behavioural and emotional concerns 21. Record of concern form (CP) 22. Subject teacher feedback form 23. Pupil passport proforma 24. Interventions offered in school 25. Assess, Plan, Do, Review Cycle
schandler1
Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications (Irish E-book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications (Irish E-book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications is the third book in the series created for classroom teachers, the focus of which is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their school work. While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Each book contains: Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements. This is a Photocopy Master E-book (48 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our E-books are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Author: Sandy Tasker
edubooks
Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Created for classroom teachers, the focus of the Maths Rescue series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their schoolwork. While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data contains: Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements. This is a Photocopy Master E-book (52 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our E-books are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Author: Sandy Tasker
edubooks
Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations is the first book in the Maths Rescue series. The focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their schoolwork. While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Each book contains: Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements. This is a Photocopy Master E-book (60 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our E-books are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Author: Sandy Tasker
edubooks
MITSL - Student Friendly checklist

MITSL - Student Friendly checklist

This easy to use MSTL checklist is invaluable for students to use so they can gain higher marks in their work and be able to analyse poetry. I usually laminate these resources and hang them up on the wall so as students gain more confidence and independence, then they simply go and get the checklist. It is also a great incentive to challenge students to get a higher mark (particularly boys who may be reluctant readers).
teachmomo
Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications is the third book in the series created for classroom teachers, the focus of which is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their school work. While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum outcomes. Each book contains: * Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; * Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; * “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; * Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements. This is a Photocopy Master E-book (52 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our E-books are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Author: Sandy Tasker
edubooks
Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Created for classroom teachers, the focus of the Maths Rescue series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organization with their schoolwork. While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum outcomes. Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data contains: * Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; * Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; * “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; * Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements. This is a Photocopy Master E-book (56 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our E-books are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Author: Sandy Tasker
edubooks
Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Applications (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Applications (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Applications is the first book in the Maths Rescue series. The focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organization with their schoolwork. While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum outcomes. Each book contains: * Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; * Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; * “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; * Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements. This is a Photocopy Master E-book (64 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our E-books are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Author: Sandy Tasker
edubooks
The Highwayman: Differentiated Pupil Workbook and IWB slides

The Highwayman: Differentiated Pupil Workbook and IWB slides

This 36 page pupil workbook contains a variety of highly differentiated activities to accompany the study of Alfred Noyes' classic ballad, 'The Highwayman' with students whose literacy is a barrier to learning. UPDATED: 20-03-17 I've added a wide range of images as a separate downloadable Word document for use with the Media Storyboard task. This might be preferable if your students have poor fine motor skills and, where possible, the images reflect a variety of camera 'shot' types so they can justify the choices they have made in the accompanying 'commentary' writing task. UPDATED 09-02-17 To include SMART Notebook slides which replicate all 36 pages of the Pupil Workbook. Some of the activities include: * pre-reading non-fiction comprehension: 'Dick Turpin' * sequencing Part One narrative events to show awareness of structure * cloze summary of Part One and extension task with sentence stems for completion * cloze and sentence stems for the journal of Tim, the ostler * a media storyboard and commentary * simile and metaphor, commenting on the use and effects of language * sequencing Part Two narrative events to show awareness of structure * cloze summary of Part Two and extension task with sentence stems for completion * newspaper report of the deaths * production of a non-literary leaflet: Highway Safety for Travellers I hope this is of some use to you. Please leave review. Thanks, Matt :)
Mathew-Lynch
Maths Rescue 3 - Number: Applications

Maths Rescue 3 - Number: Applications

'Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications' is the third book in the Maths Rescue series. The focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organization with their schoolwork. While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum Attainment Targets. Each book contains: Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements. This is a Photocopy Master ebook (50 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Author: Sandy Tasker
edubooks
Maths Rescue 2 - Measurement, Chance and Data

Maths Rescue 2 - Measurement, Chance and Data

'Maths Rescue 2 – Measurement, Chance and Data' is the second book in the Maths Rescue series. Created for classroom teachers, the focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organization with their schoolwork. While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum Attainment Targets. Each book contains: Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements. This is a Photocopy Master ebook (52 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Author: Sandy Tasker
edubooks
Maths Rescue 1 - Number: Written Calculations

Maths Rescue 1 - Number: Written Calculations

'Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations' is the first book in the Maths Rescue series. The focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organization with their schoolwork. While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum Attainment Targets. Each book contains: Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements. This is a Photocopy Master ebook (64 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications. Author: Sandy Tasker
edubooks
Understanding Symmetry

Understanding Symmetry

This approach helps the pupils to pay very careful attention to each aspect of an image. By using symmetrical images made of dots they can easily check each row by counting. Showing them what is NOT symmetrical helps them to understand what IS symmetrical. This approach can easily be adapted to suit age and ability of the class or group being taught. Try giving them dotted paper and asking them to create their own "symmetrical dot" images - some good concrete practical maths.
cindyhoy
8 APPS FOR DYSLEXIC LEARNERS: PRESENTATION

8 APPS FOR DYSLEXIC LEARNERS: PRESENTATION

A Presentation of 8 Apps that support the Dyslexic Learners. This Presentation Includes: 1. Dyslexia 2. Dyslexia Quest 3. Dyseggxia 4. Sound Literacy 5. Multiplication Rhymes 6. Read 2 Me 7. With Phonograms 8. Dyslexic's Dictionary Teachers can use this presentation of apps as a ready reckoner to pick up the tools to help the learners digitally as the need demands.
john421969
The History Department Bundle

The History Department Bundle

Save yourself some time and download this useful bundle of documents to put in your History Department folder. Save money on this bundle and save yourself lots of time. Included Citizenship policy Audit teaching and learning Literacy policy in history Policy vision and aims Pupil voice questionnaire Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development links Work related learning documents Gifted and talented policy Personalised learning policy in history Gifted and talented policy in history SEND strategies Weaving local history into history lessons Classroom poster displays
lesleyann75