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Year 4 Planning Complete Year's Planning Numeracy Literacy KS2 & Aesop Cloze Worksheets Bundle

Year 4 Planning Complete Year's Planning Numeracy Literacy KS2 & Aesop Cloze Worksheets Bundle

Great mega bundle. A complete year’s planning. Plus great Aesop cloze worksheets. Incredible value. Please look at my shop for individual details. Below is one as an example: Planning for the Autumn term for year 4. You get 160 mb of material so good value imo. I taught mainly in Catholic schools so has a Catholic bent. But as we live in a multicultural society, this should be no problem. You get planning for: creative curriculum Literacy Numeracy P.E. (some) Science (some) R.E. (Advent etc) Loads of great lessons to ease your Sunday afternoons. Just cut and paste into your school template.
auntieannie
Never Let Me Go - The Theme of Life and Death!

Never Let Me Go - The Theme of Life and Death!

This engaging and informative lesson enables students to make clear, detailed and well-informed interpretations of the theme of life and death in ‘Never Let Me Go.’ In particular, students develop their understanding of how this theme is introduced and developed, drawing on a varied range of textual evidence from across the novel, before demonstrating their understanding of how the theme is used to get across Ishiguro’s key ideas. The lesson follows a step-by-step learning journey, in which children learn through: Reading an extract detailing the introduction to the theme of life and death in the novel, and answering comprehension questions to demonstrate understanding; Tracking and analysing the development of the theme of life and death throughout the novel, through a interesting timeline task; Understanding how the theme of life and death is used to portray Ishiguro’s key meanings and ideas; Using their deep understanding of the theme of life and death to answer an exam-style question; Peer assessing each other’s learning attempts. Included is: Whole lesson PowerPoint - colourful and comprehensive; Novel TImeline Template; Selected extract (from chapter 7); Essay Template Comprehensive lesson plan. There are also opportunities for group learning, speaking and listening, peer assessment, and whole class discussion. I originally used these resources with year 10 and 11 classes, however colleagues have used them for between year 9 and year 13 with some adaptations. All images are licensed for commercial use, and image rights are listed on the last page of the presentation.
TandLGuru
Spoken language (case study: David Attenborough/TV documentary voiceovers) PPT

Spoken language (case study: David Attenborough/TV documentary voiceovers) PPT

This PPT presentation/lesson encourages students to consider the differences between the way people speak in normal life vs how they speak on television documentaries. The starting question could be explored in a whole-class discussion or via various Kagan Strategies (e.g. Think-Pair-Share), and the resultant ideas revisited later on. An excerpt from a David Attenborough documentary (about the lyre bird) is transcribed onto the PPT for a student to read aloud in their normal voice. Students then watch the corresponding video clip (linked to in the PPT, or can be found on Youtube/supplied on request if there are problems with this). They should then compare how the student read it with how the text is spoken by Attenborough. They may wish to consider elements such as accent, pace and enunciation. Reference to the initial ideas generated by students is encouraged. The speech features terminology table (or a version of it adapted for your students) can be used optionally to help. I recommend using relevant exercises from the CGP GCSE English workbook as a plenary activity. This lesson was conceived of for students entering KS5 but is also suitable for KS4.
Angelil
ANIMALEASE An Introduction to Music Making, Notation and Rhythm (With MP3 Audio)

ANIMALEASE An Introduction to Music Making, Notation and Rhythm (With MP3 Audio)

Music making should be fun, irrespective of age and ability. The purpose of this guide is to provide the foundations of rhythm that can be used in a variety of learning environments. It will introduce a person to musical notation using animal names that will already be familiar to them. It works by chanting the animal names in time to a given pulse. Linking this then to a group of written musical notes to sing, tap, bang, shout, or whistle. This is not a step by step guide and we encourage anyone who uses this book to develop their own ideas using the framework. No two Animalease sessions will be the same and nor should they be. Children often see this method as a game (this is completely fine), and as it uses information that they already possess, the pupil has less to think about. This results in a more relaxed performance and learning environment. The focus should always be on active music making (but ensure that it is always in time). We have found over the years of using this method that the vast majority of pupils would be able to perform the following information in a short space of time. Before using this method, many pupils thought that making sense of written music would be very difficult. Pupils already familiar with the conventional counting method also found it useful and, in many cases, preferred it. We feel that the use of the animal names not only helps the pupil but also makes it accessible for someone who may not be confident to deliver music lessons, making Animalease a great tool for many primary school teachers. This resource comes with MP3 Files for demonstration purposes. Enjoy! Steve & Ben
animalease
The Bomber Dog WW2 English Medium Term Planning 24 lessons

The Bomber Dog WW2 English Medium Term Planning 24 lessons

The Bomber Dog WW2 Medium Term Planning for English lessons. Includes 24 lessons (4 days per week consisting of 6 weeks). Consisting of diary entries, newspaper articles, hot seating, character descriptions, Evacuee day party and poems. (Resources not included) Specifically designed for KS2 (Year 4 but can be adapted for any KS2 year group). Fantastic book by Megan Rix focusing on WW2 through the eyes of a dog.
Tinyp164
Meerkat Mail Medium Term Planning KS1/2 (24 lesson included + resources)

Meerkat Mail Medium Term Planning KS1/2 (24 lesson included + resources)

Meerkat Mail Medium Term Planning for KS2 (Specifically aimed at Year 4 however will be good to use from Year 2- Year 4). Includes Medium Term Planning covering 6 weeks of 4 lessons, therefore 24 lessons included with some resources. Links to the National Curriculum; English and SPaG links. Tried and tested with some great outcomes! Great resource, very easy to follow, all ready to go, print and teach!
Tinyp164
Room 13 English Medium Term Planning KS2 (inc. 7 weeks worth of planning/ 28 lessons)

Room 13 English Medium Term Planning KS2 (inc. 7 weeks worth of planning/ 28 lessons)

Room 13 English Planning with SPaG links. Aimed at KS2 National Curriculum- I designed it for Year 4, although is extremely adaptable for all KS2/3 Year groups. Also includes differentiation for LA and HA pupils. Curriculum links include; English: Diary entry writing, Letter writing, Non-fiction leaflet, Newspaper article and writing a Missing chapter. Using a range of skills including, looking at comprehension, prediction and inference and meanings. As well as, creating drama and hot seating scenes. Geography: Local Geography knowledge (as Room 13 is based in Whitby) and looking at the land use. This links well to the Twinkl topic of ‘What’s it link in Whitby’. It really is a great book to be able to plan from and linking it with the Geography topic really made the scenes come to life. The Medium Term Planning includes 7 weeks worth and with 4 days coverage each week so 28 lessons. As well as, some resources that match the planning. It really is all ready to go, print and teach!!
Tinyp164
26 short rhymes to practise spelling, handwriting and other language skills

26 short rhymes to practise spelling, handwriting and other language skills

An A - Z of twenty-six short rhymes to help with spelling (especially of words from Years 3 and 4 NC Word List), handwriting and other English Language skills, including listening, speaking and poetry writing. This resource can be used in different ways across the ability range in all year groups in primary school, but would be especially useful when Lower and Upper Key Stage 2 pupils are practising spelling and handwriting. The resource can also be used to develop listening and speaking skills, as well as encouraging creative poetry writing. Each short rhyme includes either a common exception word or another difficult spelling. The rhymes can also be used to help young EAL/ESOL learners to develop their listening, speaking and reading skills.
Sue-Hgt
Twelfth Night - 6 Week Plan

Twelfth Night - 6 Week Plan

A detailed extended plan of Twelfth Night, ideally covering 6 weeks of work but depending on differentiation, 8 weeks is also suitable. Great theories of comedy at the start of the unit, linking to The Office (American) t.v show. 2014 British National Curriculum codes included, but CIE or other curriculum objectives can be substituted instead. Resources for the first week also included, as well as particular lines of analysis within each plan.
jamescampbellmanchester
Mamma Mia: Comprehension

Mamma Mia: Comprehension

Can’t get this song out of your head? Well neither can we! Dig deeply into the lyrics for comprehension and close reading practice with these high-interest, current songs to allow children to use their deduction and inference skills. This comprehension is based on the song ‘Mamma Mia’ from the Mamma Mia movie and Abba of course because: We all love the song Mamma Mia. It’s something a little bit different to analyse a song. The children discussed the lyrics in detail, trying to decide what they meant. It allowed them to appreciate the lyrics in songs and not just to sing them. There is a mix of questions involved in these comprehensions, asking children to: *locate information from the text *rate the effectiveness of certain words and EXPLAIN the reason for the answer *form an opinion on the lyrics. Do they like/dislike the lyrics? Why? Overall, children will gain an understanding of the meaning behind the lyrics and they will be encouraged to form opinions on a song, which is something a little bit different. I hope you enjoy this resource as much as we did! Products like this: The Greatest Showman Comprehension
TheIrishTeacher
AQA English Lang & Lit - long term yearly plans for Year 9 to Year 11

AQA English Lang & Lit - long term yearly plans for Year 9 to Year 11

This resource provides you with the long term plan for teaching the new 2015 AQA English Language and English Literature Specs. This is a good starting point for new HOD or experienced ones looking for a new learning plan for the transition from Year 9 into KS4. Each plan provides teachers with a schedule of what to study each term and includes language and literature ideas. All that is need is are the SOW. I hope they help!
Tactful_Teaching
EDEXCEL GCSE English language - paper 1 question 4

EDEXCEL GCSE English language - paper 1 question 4

This session explores structural features for paper 1 , question 4 of the EDEXCEL GCSE English exam by looking at an extract of Margret Atwoods The Handmaids Tale. This lesson is quick paced, engaging and exciting which explores human rights and human rights violations. This lesson helps to expose students to events that have and are taking place around the globe and to encourage awareness and tolerance, therefore embedding equality and diversity but also British Values. This is a great lesson to invite youth workers to attend and help support activities and group discussions as they can bring another dimension to this topic, therefore encouraging cross school or college participation in English and encouraging a holistic approach to education. Students work in groups and pairs to break down and examine the extract, they explore ideas of culture and individuality whilst also looking at the ways the Margret Atwood uses structural features to communicate atmosphere and repression to her audience. The lesson ends with a practice question, peer marking and a small self assessment plenary. The lesson comes with the full extract, powerpoint of the entire lesson, worksheets and two videos, one exploring human rights and the other is the trailer for The Handmaids Tale. I used to teach in a college where lessons came in 3 hour blocks therefore there is enough material for 3 hours in this resource, but it can be altered into smaller sessions depending on your timetable. Please note that TES previews an at times distort the look of the resource but this is not a true reflection. Hope it helps.
namerased
Skellig - Almond - Entire Powerpoint of lessons and Scheme of Work

Skellig - Almond - Entire Powerpoint of lessons and Scheme of Work

This pack contains everything you could need for teaching Skellig at KS3. It includes all powerpoints of lessons and the entire scheme of work with handouts and resources included in handy packs. This was taught over two terms, but can easily be condensed into one by selecting your favourite lessons. Very comprehensive!
krissyk5
AQA Grade 9-1 Paper 1, Question 5 Forty Creative Writing Assignments Mock Assessments New Spec

AQA Grade 9-1 Paper 1, Question 5 Forty Creative Writing Assignments Mock Assessments New Spec

I have created forty creative writing assignments to give to discuss with students. Each question has 2 options to them creating forty, I have tried to select a range of pictures and story writing examples. I am going to use these with my top set Year 10 classes to get them thinking outside of the box and if anything came up, they could talk about anything. As well as this, it encourages them to discuss and widen their ideas about what they could write about in their actual exam.
beingkateish
Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women PowerPoint

Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women PowerPoint

One hundred years since women gained the right to vote we launched Trailblazers: World War One’s Inspirational Women – a nationwide project about inspirational women from the First World War and their impact on the societies around them. Trailblazers encourages young people to explore the incredible lives of women from the First World War, to discover Trailblazing women in your locality, and to develop as future Trailblazers. Teachers that would like to use this should email trailblazers@big-ideas.org to receive the free associated resource pack or to apply for small scale funding to cover costs of materials, speakers, or events. This PowerPoint can be used with the Trailblazers Lesson Plan and homework task as part of the Trailblazers project, to help students understand the historical context of women’s roles during World War One, to identify past and present trailblazers, and to practice public speaking skills. This connects to English and History curriculum for ages 11 - 16. For more information about Big Ideas projects go to www.big-ideas.org
trailblazers2
Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women Homework Task

Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women Homework Task

One hundred years since women gained the right to vote we launched Trailblazers: World War One’s Inspirational Women – a nationwide project about inspirational women from the First World War and their impact on the societies around them. Trailblazers encourages young people to explore the incredible lives of women from the First World War, to discover Trailblazing women in your locality, and to develop as future Trailblazers. Teachers that would like to use this should email trailblazers@big-ideas.org to receive the free associated resource pack, to take part in the Trailblazers exhibition, or to apply for small scale funding to cover costs of materials, speakers, or events. This homework task should be used in conjunction with the free lesson plan to help students understand the historical context of women’s roles during World War One, to identify past and present trailblazers, and to practice public speaking skills. This lesson plan connects to English and History curriculum for ages 11 - 16. For more information about Big Ideas projects go to www.big-ideas.org
trailblazers2
Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women Lesson Plan Age 11-16

Trailblazers: World War One's Inspirational Women Lesson Plan Age 11-16

One hundred years since women gained the right to vote we launched Trailblazers: World War One’s Inspirational Women – a nationwide project about inspirational women from the First World War and their impact on the societies around them. Trailblazers encourages young people to explore the incredible lives of women from the First World War, to discover Trailblazing women in your locality, and to develop as future Trailblazers. Teachers that would like to use this lesson should email trailblazers@big-ideas.org to receive the free associated resource pack, to take part in the Trailblazers exhibition, or to apply for small scale funding to cover costs of materials, speakers, or events. This lesson can be used as part of the Trailblazers project, to help students understand the historical context of women’s roles during World War One, to identify past and present trailblazers, and to practice public speaking skills. This lesson plan connects to English and History curriculum for ages 11 - 16. For more information about Big Ideas projects go to www.big-ideas.org
trailblazers2
Ending Sound Cards with Letters Cards for Kindergarten:

Ending Sound Cards with Letters Cards for Kindergarten:

Ending Sound Cards with Letters Cards: 124 word cards and 26 letter cards are included. Build CVC Word-Ending Sound The students choose letter card and place it on their build ending sound Word Mat. They can use magnetic letters, bottle cap letters or a dry- erase marker to build each word. Then they will practice sounding out each CVC word. 124 cards for Build CVC Words-Ending Sound. Kindly laminate the cards.
zatmazmat_100
The New Pupil: Short Story and Imaginative Writing Unit

The New Pupil: Short Story and Imaginative Writing Unit

This unit of work comprises of a short story about a new pupil coming to school who is considered different by the others. This should lead to some discussion about what makes people considered different. The pupil is bullied throughout the day, with the bullying getting progressively worse. The reader learns the bullies own life issues. The story teaches an important moral message and leads to many possible discussions. Many of these are introduced in a worksheet asking the pupil to note their thoughts on the story in detail, with many questions and discussion points raised. The unit then becomes an imaginative writing unit. Various elements of the short story are used as a springboard for the pupils to plan then write their own story about a new pupil coming to a school and being considered different. The unit could be used as part of an English course and should last for a half term if taught once a week. It could be used in late Primary School or early Secondary School. It is also a very good unit to teach to older SEN pupils.
bbunwise
An Inspector Calls - Sheila Birling

An Inspector Calls - Sheila Birling

We look at three key quotes from Sheila Birling, one of the most important characters from An Inspector Calls by JB Priestley, and look at how and why she changes throughout the three acts of the play.
Lead_Practitioner
An Inspector Calls - Mr Birling

An Inspector Calls - Mr Birling

We look at three key quotes from the pivotal character of Arthur Birling from JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls. Helpful revision for GCSE and KS3 students analysing this classic play.
Lead_Practitioner
An Inspector Calls - Mrs Birling

An Inspector Calls - Mrs Birling

I’m an experienced English teacher and I run through some key quotes from Mrs Birling, analysing her language used and the type of character she is presented as. A key character from An Inspector Calls and a fascinating character to analyse.
Lead_Practitioner
An Inspector Calls - Key Quotes

An Inspector Calls - Key Quotes

I’m an experienced English teacher that loves discussing interpretations of texts. In this video I choose three key scenes from each major character in JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls and analyse the use of language in each one.
Lead_Practitioner
Never Let Me Go - Characterisation of Tommy!

Never Let Me Go - Characterisation of Tommy!

This engaging and informative lesson enables students to make clear, detailed and well-informed interpretations of Tommy’s characterisation in ‘Never Let Me Go.’ In particular, students develop their understanding of how his character is introduced and developed, drawing on a varied range of textual evidence from across the novel, before demonstrating their understanding of how the character reflects Ishiguro’s intentions. The lesson follows a step-by-step learning journey, in which children learn through: Reading an extract detailing Tommy’s introduction in the novel and answering comprehension questions about the initial portrayal of his character; Reading around quotations in order to track how Tommy’s characterisation is developed over the course of the novel; Understanding how Tommy reflects Ishiguro’s key meanings and ideas; Using their deep understanding of Tommy’s character to write a diary entry from his viewpoint; Peer assessing each other’s learning attempts. Included is: Whole lesson PowerPoint - colourful and comprehensive; Quote Interpretation worksheet; Selected extract (from chapter 1); Diary writing succcess criteria; Comprehensive lesson plan. There are also opportunities for group learning, speaking and listening, peer assessment, and whole class discussion. I originally used these resources with year 10 and 11 classes, however colleagues have used them for between year 9 and year 13 with some adaptations. All images are licensed for commercial use, and image rights are listed on the last page of the presentation.
TandLGuru
RENE MAGRITTE - SURREALIST ARTIST - COMPLETE UNIT OF WORK

RENE MAGRITTE - SURREALIST ARTIST - COMPLETE UNIT OF WORK

This complete unit of work explores the life and work of Rene Magritte; a Belgium born Surrealist painter. As the pupils examine a range of his work they will learn more about the Surrealist movement. To further deepen their learning pupils are expected to respond on a personal level to his work using the vocabulary of the visual arts to express their observations. During the practical response, pupils will develop their artistic skills and processes using a variety of media to communicate meaning and intent. The unit of work contains an illustrated Power point presentation that is useful for whole class discussions relating to the ideals behind this movement. A chronology of Magritte’s life that includes points of interest to bring greater understanding of the man as an artist. There is also an array of creative tasks that focus on selected works of art for pupils to respond to in their own unique way. This unit of work is easily adapted to suit the needs of individual teachers. It can be covered in-depth over half a term or dipped-into as required. The Surrealist movement originally arose in response to the written word/poetry and as such Magritte’s work is a brilliant way to inspire creative/descriptive writing. The work produced in response to the chosen paintings [art or writing] is always remarkable and as unique as each pupil. All illustrations used have been tagged with Creative Commons licenses.
crigdon
Roman Drama Roles- Whole Class Set

Roman Drama Roles- Whole Class Set

A class set of drama roles for acting out different scenarios. You could warm-up by playing Upstairs/Downstairs or use it at the end of a topic to show the day in the life of a Roman. I used these as a drama activity and took the children outside where they walked, talked and ate like their Roman. They even chose names!
AbbyMSimpson
Comprehension Text and Question Worksheet (Reading Level C) - The World Wars KS2

Comprehension Text and Question Worksheet (Reading Level C) - The World Wars KS2

KS2 History - The World Wars Comprehension Text and Question Worksheet This resource contains text exploring World War One and World War Two with colourful illustrations, supported by a series of comprehension questions. This text is pitched at reading level C, providing a more challenging text for advanced pupils. This is a great resource for assessing pupils’ understanding of the topic.
Tes_elements
Create a Presentation Activity - Making a Picture on the Computer - KS1 Literacy

Create a Presentation Activity - Making a Picture on the Computer - KS1 Literacy

KS1 Literacy - Create and Interactive Presentation - Making a Picture on the Computer This is an interactive activity for exploring instructional language. As a whole-class activity, click through the presentation on making a picture on the computer to create a set of instructions. Rehearse with the pupils how they would instruct in the imperative mood or the impersonal, second person, present tense etc.
Tes_elements
Create a Presentation Activity - Making a Kite - KS1 Literacy

Create a Presentation Activity - Making a Kite - KS1 Literacy

KS1 Literacy - Create and Interactive Presentation - Making a Kite This is an interactive activity for exploring instructional language. As a whole-class activity, click through the presentation on making a kite to create a set of instructions. Rehearse with the pupils how they would instruct in the imperative mood or the impersonal, second person, present tense etc.
Tes_elements
Create a Presentation Activity - Making Fairy Cakes - KS1 Literacy

Create a Presentation Activity - Making Fairy Cakes - KS1 Literacy

KS1 Literacy - Create and Interactive Presentation - Making Fairy Cakes This is an interactive activity for exploring instructional language. As a whole-class activity, click through the presentation on making fairy cakes to create a set of instructions. Rehearse with the pupils how they would instruct in the imperative mood or the impersonal, second person, present tense etc.
Tes_elements
Create a Presentation Activity - Making a Clay Coil Pot - KS1 Literacy

Create a Presentation Activity - Making a Clay Coil Pot - KS1 Literacy

KS1 Literacy - Create and Interactive Presentation - Making a Clay Coil Pot This is an interactive activity for exploring instructional language. As a whole-class activity, click through the presentation on making a clay coil pot to create a set of instructions. Rehearse with the pupils how they would instruct in the imperative mood or the impersonal, second person, present tense etc.
Tes_elements
Create a Presentation Activity - Growing a Bean - KS1 Literacy

Create a Presentation Activity - Growing a Bean - KS1 Literacy

KS1 Literacy - Create and Interactive Presentation - Growing a Bean This is an interactive activity for exploring instructional language. As a whole-class activity, click through the presentation on growing a bean to create a set of instructions. Rehearse with the pupils how they would instruct in the imperative mood or the impersonal, second person, present tense etc.
Tes_elements
Synonym Posters - WOW Words - Vocabulary Boosters

Synonym Posters - WOW Words - Vocabulary Boosters

Expand and enhance the⭐ VOCABULARY ⭐of your students with this SET OF 16 beautifully HAND PAINTED WATERCOLOUR SYNONYM POSTERS for your classroom. These WOW WORDS will ensure that words like “good” and “hot” are commonly substituted with engaging language such as “SPLENDID” and “SIZZLING” They can be used as posters or classroom reference tools as they can be scaled to print at any size in HIGH RESOLUTION. Words Included ❤️ Big ❤️ Small ❤️ Happy ❤️ Sad ❤️ Said ❤️ Good ❤️ Moved ❤️ Got ❤️ Hot ❤️ Cold ❤️ Kind ❤️ Fast ❤️ Bad ❤️ Slow ❤️ Scared The artwork by “Artbrush by Erin” is exclusive to Innovative Teaching Ideas. Be sure to check out more of her great work.
Innovativeteachingideas
Fruits and Vegetables Names

Fruits and Vegetables Names

This packet includes cut & paste worksheets which will helpful to make the correct word.I hope that you will found this product helpful! I welcome questions about this or any other of my product.
lubnarauf60
Kensuke's Kingdom KS2 Comprehension Activities Booklet!

Kensuke's Kingdom KS2 Comprehension Activities Booklet!

This resource booklet contains a wide range of age-appropriate, engaging, and meaningful comprehension activities for use throughout the reading of Michael Morpugo’s Kensuke’s Kingdom.’ Teachers have found them particularly useful in comprehension or guided reading sessions. They are perfect for aiding the progress of children towards meeting the upper KS2 expectations within the new National Curriculum framework. Children love learning from these resources, whilst they are also of great use to teachers, as there is explicit information within each task regarding which comprehension strands the task is designed to demonstrate. They also relate to key extracts, characters, and themes from the story, ensuring that children gain a deep understanding of the text. Activities within the booklet include: ‘An Interview with Michael’s Parents’ - to enable students to demonstrate that they can: ‘Understand what is read by drawing on information from more than one paragraph, identifying key details that support the main ideas, and using quotations for illustration;’ ‘Morpugo’s Description’ - to enable students to demonstrate that they can: ‘Explain meanings of words that they know and ask the meaning of new words. Link the meaning of new words to words that they already know;’ ‘Michael’ and ‘Kensuke!’ - to enable students to demonstrate that they can: ‘Understand what is read by drawing on information from more than one paragraph, identifying key details that support the main ideas, and using quotations for illustration;’ ‘Figurative Language in Kensuke’s Kingdom’ - to enable students to demonstrate that they can: ‘Discuss and evaluate how authors use language, including figurative language, to create an impact on the reader.’ Plus many, many more activities (the booklet is over 20 pages in length!) I’ve also added it as a PDF in case the formatting differs on your computer. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on a separate document (included).
TandLGuru