Reading Intervention Programme Resources

Reading Intervention Programme Resources

This resource contains examples of baseline assessment tables, and an example of how this translates into a four week plan for a group of children. A plan for one week’s sessions, demonstrates how teaching targets, and group plans translate into individualised teaching points. Two examples of Most Common Word Teaching Resources are included, as is a Question Word, and Answer, Prompt Sheet. These could be used with the resource “An Effective Proven Reading Intervention Programme”, or as separate items. The process of breaking down the results of baseline assessments, of reading, into individual lesson outlines, may be useful for teachers, and TAs.
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The Possessive Apostrophe / Apostrophe for Possession Bundle: PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets

The Possessive Apostrophe / Apostrophe for Possession Bundle: PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets

This resource contains a fully editable, highly visual and interactive PowerPoint presentation (28 slides) delivered by the ‘Possessive Apostrophe’ himself! It also includes 10 differentiated worksheets on using the apostrophe for possession / possessive apostrophe. These resources will help students to master using apostrophes in the right place in their written work and to improve their punctuation skills. Click on the individual links for more details. More Inspiring Educational Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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High Frequency Word Assessment

High Frequency Word Assessment

This test is suitable for any child whose ability to recognise, and read, high frequency words is affecting their fluency in reading. It is especially useful for children in Key Stage 1 and 2, but could also be useful for older children, who find reading difficult. The words, on the list, are those which appear most often in texts. This test was used as part of the “Improving Reading Accuracy, and Comprehension, Programme Outline” and the “National Curriculum linked Grapheme-Phoneme Reading Test”
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National Curriculum linked Grapheme-Phoneme Reading Test

National Curriculum linked Grapheme-Phoneme Reading Test

This resource contains a list of words, which are related to the National Curriculum Appendix 1, for Key Stage 1 and 2. The list is useful for assessing the ability of children to read words containing the Grapheme-Phoneme correspondences outlined in the National Curriculum. The test can be used to identify sounds which the child does not yet know, which they can be taught. For this reason, it is especially useful w here a child is not making progress in their ability to read accurately. Once a sound, or group of sounds, has been identified as being unrecognised by the child, they can be the focus of any teaching. This test can form the first step in an Assessment, Plan, Do and Review cycle. The test was used as part of the programme outlined in “Improving Reading Accuracy, and Comprehension, Programme Outline”
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Improving Reading Accuracy, and Comprehension, Programme Outline

Improving Reading Accuracy, and Comprehension, Programme Outline

This intervention can be used with children from Key Stage 1 and 2. It can also be used with children in secondary schools, who have difficulty reading. The programme can be administered by teachers, or a TA, with teacher support. The programme focuses on the development of reading accuracy and comprehension. The success of the intervention, and proof of success, relies on a detailed assessment of need. Related assessment resources are being added to the TES website. The process of Assess, plan, do , review, is consistent with the cycle outlined in The Code of Practice.
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Likes and Dislikes - writing using colourful semantics

Likes and Dislikes - writing using colourful semantics

Worksheets designed to encourage independent writing on topics of interest, using the colourful semantics approach and vocabulary support boards. Have students build full sentences around things they like and don’t like. 8 topics to choose from: Animals Colours Food Movies Sport Technology Transport Weather Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills. The sentence strips at the top of each worksheet demonstrate the sentence structure.
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Starters Finishers Literacy / Maths (Year 5 / 6)

Starters Finishers Literacy / Maths (Year 5 / 6)

Starter and early finishers printable tasks BUNDLE for Literacy and Maths, ideal for Upper KS2 (Y5 and Y6), although they will suit many early KS3 too. These low prep activities are great to have on hand for the busy end of term / year for revision and as purposeful fillers. Some of my most popular resource packs are contained in this big value BUNDLE - 20 Creative Writing Story Prompt Cards, 6 Editing / Proofreading SPaG (spelling, punctuation and grammar) puzzles, 40 Complex Sentences Writing Cards, 8 Mental Maths Crossnumber Puzzles, 36 Maths Trail Cards and 200+ Mental Maths Question Cards. For full information and previews please see the detailed descriptions on the 6 individual resource pages. Alternatively, here are some other BUNDLES you might be interested in: [Literacy Starters Year 5 / 6 BUNDLE(https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/literacy-starters-year-5-6-11880756) Literacy Year 5 / 6 (End or Start of Term BUNDLE) Mental Maths Year 5 / 6 BUNDLE Maths Hidden Word Puzzles MEGA BUNDLE French Revision KS2 KS3 BUNDLE Thank you for your interest in my resources. I would be grateful for any reviews you are able to give me if you can spare a moment. For engaging, time-saving printables and presentations to help plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources
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Literacy Year 5 / 6  (End of Term)

Literacy Year 5 / 6 (End of Term)

Printable Reading, Writing and SPaG Activities (low-prep) for end of term / year fun: A giant books crossword, 6 editing / proofreading SPaG puzzles and 40 Improving Sentence Structure Cards. UPLEVELLING SENTENCES TRAILS: 40 A4 sentence improving cards, with differentiation and worked examples, which can also be used as worksheets. These support learners to take boring sentences, changing vocabulary and sentence structure step-by-step to create a much more ambitious version. Ideal end of term activity in pairs to celebrate variety and creativity in sentence writing. Students love competing and supporting each other to create ambitious sentences with this resource. HIDDEN WORD PUZZLES: Editing and Proofreading Puzzles Worksheets for fun SPaG revision. Originally designed for KS2 Year 5 and 6, use for starters, early finishers activities, homework tasks, SATs practice etc. Fun alternative to standard worksheets with minimal preparation required (ideal for busy start of term). Spelling, punctuation and grammar concepts included are: homophones and other common spelling errors, full stops, capital letters, question marks, commas, colons, speech marks, proper nouns, missing words, repeated words, tenses, subordinate clauses and embedded clauses. Full answer keys provided. 2 PDF files are included within the Zip file. One file contains all 6 puzzles and answer keys with a pastel background, which can be printed in colour or in greyscale and could support some learners to view the sentences more clearly. The other file is the same, only with the background removed. These puzzles may be suitable for some KS3 classes for revision too. GIANT BOOKS CROSSWORD QUIZ: Celebrate books and reading with this giant puzzle, ideal for fun group completion at the end of term / year, which features over 100 quiz style clues related to well-known children’s books and authors in the UK (and probably in various other countries). Includes classics as well as books published right up to the last few months; most are novels or picture books. If being completed by a larger group, I suggest printing in A3 if possible but it works well in A4 too. It best suits 8 to 12 year olds (Key Stage 2 / KS2 or early KS3). It’s ideal for World Book Day, any other celebration of reading and authors or for some literary fun at the end or start of term. Alternatively it could be used as an early finisher activity that students / groups could come back to over a few lessons / weeks. It sparks off lots of fun informal book chat as children keenly compete against other groups to complete it. SOLUTION IS INCLUDED. There is also an Answer Sheet with all answers listed alphabetically, which could be given out for support where necessary.<br /> <br /> Here’s another of my popular literacy resources you might be interested in: <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/super-sentences-ambitious-sentence-writing-activity-11534472”>Super Sentences Ambitious Sentence Writing Activity</a></strong><br /> <br /> Here’s a TES RECOMMENDED set of 20 dyslexia-friendly creative writing prompt cards: <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/imaginative-story-writing-prompts-11648009”>Imaginative Story Writing Prompts</a></strong><br /> <br /> For engaging, time-saving printables and presentations to help plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, please visit <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/FullShelf”>FullShelf Resources</a></strong>
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Dyslexia Maths Mat

Dyslexia Maths Mat

The Dyslexia Maths Mats have been developed to support students with dyslexia, helping them to improve their numeracy skills. Designed to assist students with sequencing, automaticity and short-term memory difficulties. Used to supplement teaching in the classroom and as a supportive resource for homework tasks. The Dyslexia Maths Mats are ideal to be used in supporting students studying all Maths qualifications and to provide numeracy support across the broader curriculum. Differentiated to support higher and lower level students.
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Dyslexia English Mat

Dyslexia English Mat

The Dyslexia English Mats have been developed to support students with dyslexia, helping them to improve their literacy skills. Designed to assist students with phonological awareness, sequencing, automaticity and short-term memory difficulties. Used to supplement teaching in the classroom and as a supportive resource for homework tasks. The Dyslexia English Mats are ideal to be used in supporting students studying all English qualifications and to provide literacy support across the broader curriculum. Differentiated to support higher and lower level students, these dyslexia friendly learning mats feature dedicated reading and writing sections, that can be used to help promote independence and improve self-confidence.
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Summer Cloze Procedures.

Summer Cloze Procedures.

12 Summer 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.
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Interactive/adapted books: animals

Interactive/adapted books: animals

Series of 4 interactive matching books My Farm Animals Book My Pets Book My Jungle Animals Book My Ocean Animals Book Each book contains 4 pages of animals to match and an “I see…” reading sentence with text and symbols. Books come as two levels: LEVEL 1 picture to picture matching LEVEL 2 sorting using symbol and sentence prompts
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Tes Research Series: Volume One

Tes Research Series: Volume One

The Tes Research series: volume one - 60 pages of interviews with acclaimed academics - providing you with the information you need to know about: Being a research-informed professional: Dylan William, emeritus professor of educational assessment at UCL Institute of Education, talks about the usefulness of the research that’s out there and how teachers are currently consuming it. How memory works: World-renowned memory researchers Professors Robert and Elizabeth Bjork explain how to match teaching to what we know about how memory works, and why linking learning to a student’s interests and group work is key. Dyslexia: Professor Margaret Snowling, president of St John’s College Oxford, is one of the world’s leading dyslexia researchers. Here, she addresses myths around the condition and warns that education is still missing opportunities to help support students at an earlier stage. Growth Mindset: Carol Dweck, Lewis and Virginia Eaton professor of psychology at Stanford University, is the creator of the highly popular growth mindset theory. Here she embraces the intense scrutiny that the theory has been subjected to and delves headfirst into the questions behind its validity. The use of play in education: Dr Sara Baker is trying to change perceptions of play in the classroom with her work at Cambridge’s Play in Education, Development and Learning (PEDAL) Centre. She conducts research into the use of play in schools and believes that we might have been getting it wrong. How we learn to read: Daniel Willingham, professor of psychology at the University of Virginia and one of the world’s leading experts on research into reading, talks through the three processes children need to get right to become successful readers and why teachers need to overcome the fact that phonics resources tend to be ‘boring’. Autism: Uta Frith is one of the world’s leading experts on autism and emeritus professor of cognitive development at UCL. She began studying autism in 1966 when it was an emerging field of research, and says we’re now a much more autistic-aware society, but that myths and misunderstandings still remain, particularly in schools.
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Creative Writing

Creative Writing

This resource bundle is perfect for **low ability Yr7/8. • **Two writing frameworks: **supports pupils, enabling them to independently plan each step of their story. • Learning map: have basic rules for Literacy and numeracy. • Punctuation flash cards: perfect to have on a desk during writing activities to remind pupils how to use different types of punctuation.
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p and q Reversal Worksheets and Activities

p and q Reversal Worksheets and Activities

Letter reversals, such as confusing p, q are common among young learners. This worksheet set will help your kids with P-Q reversals. Included in this packet are the following: WORD SORT with 30 word cards and 4 answer sheets. (pages 4-8) Print the word cards and the answer sheets, laminate then cut out the word cards. Or you can just print it out on regular paper and use it as a cut-and-paste activity instead. Give your students the word cards and the answer sheets to sort the words (you can differentiate using uppercase or lowercase answer sheets) READ & DAB or color the circles with the missing letter. (page 9) FIND YOUR WAY through the maze by dotting the letter Pp. (page 10) answer key included (page 19) FIND YOUR WAY through the maze by dotting the letter Qq. (page 11) answer key included (page 20) SPIN & WRITE - Spin the spinner. Write a letter that matches your spin. (page 12) CUT AND PASTE the words in the right box. (page 13) TRUE or FALSE - Color the circles according to the color code. (page 14) _ PLAY DOUGH MATS - Laminate the pages or put them in protective sleeves. Children make snakes with their play dough then form the letters. They can write the letters using dry erase markers. (pages 15-18) ANSWER KEY - (pages 19-21)
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My Meeting is a visual pupil voice resource to increase participation and engagement in meetings

My Meeting is a visual pupil voice resource to increase participation and engagement in meetings

This 24-page booklet is intended to prepare children and young people for meetings that they are invited to attend. This could be a termly or annual review, looked after child review or any meeting where the pupil’s voice is really valued (as recommended in the SEN code of practice). It is intentionally simple to accommodate a range of needs and ages. By preparing pupils well beforehand, they will better understand the purpose of these meetings, be more fully engaged in them and have a lasting record of the decisions made there. It is also hoped that the owners of this book will be encouraged to personalise the booklet by adding their own photo next to the box on the front cover alongside a drawing that they have coloured in. Some images to colour in are included along with drawings of people (if a photo is not available). Additionally, there are some bubble letters to use should they want to put their initials on the front cover. If not, those pages do not need to be included in their booklet. It is intended that appropriate text and photos will be added to each page in whatever way is most meaningful to the young person. A visual timetable and a ground rules prompt is also included to laminate and display prominently at the start of and throughout the meeting. The typeface of the booklet has been deliberately sized and coloured to be accessible to those with visual impairments and difficulties processing text.
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b and d Reversal Worksheets and Activities

b and d Reversal Worksheets and Activities

Letter reversals, such as confusing b, d are common among young learners. This worksheet set will help your kids with B-D reversals. Included in this packet are the following: WORD SORT with 30 word cards and 4 answer sheets. (pages 4-8) Print the word cards and the answer sheets, laminate then cut out the word cards. Or you can just print it out on regular paper and use it as a cut-and-paste activity instead. Give your students the word cards and the answer sheets to sort the words (you can differentiate using uppercase or lowercase answer sheets) READ & DAB or color the circles with the missing letter. (page 9) FIND YOUR WAY through the maze by dotting the letter Dd. (page 10) answer key included (page 19) FIND YOUR WAY through the maze by dotting the letter Bb. (page 11) answer key included (page 20) SPIN & WRITE - Spin the spinner. Write a letter that matches your spin. (page 12) CUT AND PASTE the words in the right box. (page 13) TRUE or FALSE - Color the circles according to the color code. (page 14) _ PLAY DOUGH MATS - Laminate the pages or put them in protective sleeves. Children make snakes with their play dough then form the letters. They can write the letters using dry erase markers. (pages 15-18) ANSWER KEY - (pages 19-20)
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Choose your own adventure (SEN interactive book)

Choose your own adventure (SEN interactive book)

An exciting interactive story designed for the special needs classroom. Choose Your Own Adventure book encourages interaction and engagement in reading, by students making choices that influence their reading experience. Students choose their own superhero character that they take on the adventure through the story. 10 different stories in 1 book. PDF includes instructions on how to put the book together.
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Market Sentence Boards

Market Sentence Boards

10 mats each with a different sentence and picture about the market offering an opportunity to read, match, cut, stick and color. (fonts: CCW Cursive Outline 1 required).
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Year 3 and 4 Homophones Bundle: PowerPoint Lesson, 28 Worksheets, Spelling Practice Booklet

Year 3 and 4 Homophones Bundle: PowerPoint Lesson, 28 Worksheets, Spelling Practice Booklet

This resource includes A highly visual and interactive 150-slide PowerPoint lesson on the National Curriculum Year 3 and 4 Homophone / Near Homophone and confusing words list. The PowerPoint explains the meanings of the homophones and provides examples and opportunities for pupils to decide which is the correct homophone. A set of 28 worksheets on the homophones. Pupils are required to choose the correct homophones, write sentences using the homophones and to correct incorrectly used homophones. A spelling practice booklet of the homophones. Ideal for homework purposes. The homophones include: accept, except, affect, effect, ball, bawl, berry, bury, fair, fare, grate, great, grown, groan, heel, heal, he’ll, knot, not, mail, male, main, mane, meat, meet, medal, meddle, missed, mist, peace, piece, plain, plane, rain, rein, reign, scene, seen, weather, whether, whose, who’s This resource is appropriate for year 3 and 4 pupils and older SEN students. Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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Literacy Starters Year 5 / 6

Literacy Starters Year 5 / 6

Literacy / English Starters for KS2 (Y5 and Y6): writing, spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG). Fun printable activities for starters or early finishers challenges, involving minimal planning. Might suit other ages and classes too. Includes: <ul> <li> 6 editing and proofreading puzzles worksheets (homophones and other common spelling errors, full stops, capital letters, question marks, commas, colons, speech marks, proper nouns, missing words, repeated words, tenses, subordinate clauses and embedded clauses full stops) - Ideal for SATs revision</li> <li>40 complex sentence structure writing game cards (for students to create ambitious sentences, using interesting vocabulary)</li> <li>20 dyslexia-friendly creative writing prompt cards (TES RECOMMENDED story starters with photos, word banks, prompt questions etc for short pieces of writing in varied fiction genres)</li> </ul> These resources will also suit some KS3 classes. Find lots more information about these on the separate resource pages. Please click on each one to read more and see previews. I hope your students enjoy using these Literacy / English starters and I would be grateful for any reviews you can leave here on TES. Many thanks. Here is another popular Key Stage 2 / early KS3 literacy resource you might be interested in to help students construct more ambitious sentences: <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/improving-sentences-11651717”>Improving Sentences</a></strong> For lots more engaging, great value Maths, Literacy and French resources, visit <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/FullShelf”>FullShelf Resources</a></strong>
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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!
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Superhero Writing Sheets

Superhero Writing Sheets

These superhero writing sheets engages six to seven-year-olds by encouraging them to write their own superhero story. These six worksheets have been designed to allow the child to learn about story writing whilst developing their handwriting and spelling skills. By designing their own superhero and creating a unique plot, they will learn which letters they need to work on before moving onto a more in-depth plot and eventually their story. The interesting thing about this handwriting workbook is that each time they use it they can write a completely different story. This will keep them excited and engaged as they develop not only their handwriting skills but also their spelling and storytelling. Please note, the design follows the UK method of learning cursive handwriting where only the lower case letters are in the joined up style. The interesting thing about this handwriting workbook is that each time they use it they can write a completely different story. This will keep them excited and engaged as they develop not only their handwriting skills but also their spelling and storytelling.
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Help an astronaunt handwriting worksheets

Help an astronaunt handwriting worksheets

This handwriting workbook has been designed for six to seven year old’s who are just beginning to write words with meaning rather than whole sentences. Inside are four astronaut handwriting worksheets that will help them move on from writing one-word answers to more complex sentences. The idea of this handwriting workbook it to help the astronaut achieve his mission; from completing his social media profile to what they would do if they met an alien. Using an imaginative story, this handwriting workbook will help to keep them engaged and make developing their handwriting skills and spelling so much more fun.
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Do's and Don'ts for 8 to 11 years - Handwriting

Do's and Don'ts for 8 to 11 years - Handwriting

By the age of eight to 11, a child should be able to write words with little thought of the shapes they are making. However, there are still a few things that parents and educators should keep in mind when teaching their children about handwriting techniques. So, this teach handwriting 8 to 11 years booklet has been created to outlines the do’s and don’ts of effective handwriting for older children. Whether you are teaching your child at home or in a classroom environment, this booklet will ensure that the child has more chance of developing neat handwriting. Do’s and Don’ts for 8 to 11 years can be used in conjunction with the other Help With Handwriting workbooks.
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February Handwriting Workbook

February Handwriting Workbook

With 29 activity sheets, this handwriting workbook will give your child plenty of opportunities to become more confident in their handwriting techniques. Designed with eight to 11-year-olds in mind and themed around events that take place in February, this handwriting workbook is ideal for children who need to improve their letter legibility. Whether at home on their own or in the classroom with others, this February based handwriting workbook will build their confidence as well as their handwriting techniques. You will receive 29 worksheets that take between five and 10 minutes each; the perfect length to keep them engaged throughout the activity. Please note, the design follows the UK method of learning cursive handwriting where only the lower case letters are in the joined up style.
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December Handwriting Workbook

December Handwriting Workbook

Designed with eight to 11-year-olds in mind, this December handwriting workbook can be used at home or in the classroom to help them develop their confidence and handwriting abilities. You will receive 31 worksheets that are themed around events that happen during the month of December, such as National Write to a Friend Month, Poinsettia Day, and, of course, Christmas Day. Each of the 31 activity sheets in this handwriting workbook takes about five to 10 minutes and are perfect for children who are able to write simple sentences but need to improve their letter legibility. They give the child plenty of opportunities to practice their handwriting techniques and by the end, they will have become more confident. Please note, the design follows the UK method of learning cursive handwriting where only the lower case letters are in the joined up style.
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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.
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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.
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May Handwriting Workbook

May Handwriting Workbook

This May handwriting workbook contains 31 handwriting worksheets for children aged 8 to 11 years old. It has been designed for a child who is able to write simple sentences and needs to regularly practice to improve their letter legibility. It can be used at home or in the classroom and will help them to develop their confidence and handwriting techniques. The worksheets are based on events that happen during the month of May. Each activity takes about five to 10 minutes and will keep them engaged through fun illustrations and imaginative activities. This workbook gives the child plenty of opportunities to practice their skills and by the end of the workbook, they will not only be more capable but also more assured of their skills. Please note, the design follows the UK method of learning cursive handwriting where only the lower case letters are in the joined up style.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Teach handwriting 6 to 7 year olds

Teach handwriting 6 to 7 year olds

Designed with parents and educators in mind this handwriting booklet has been created to outline how line how to teach handwriting 6 to 7 year olds. To ensure that the child has more chance of developing neat handwriting and to reduce the risk of picking up bad habits, following these simple yet essential handwriting techniques. This do’s and don’ts handwriting booklet can be used in conjunction with the other Help With Handwriting workbooks. 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.
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Letters, numbers cursive worksheets

Letters, numbers cursive worksheets

The 36 letters, numbers cursive worksheets in this handwriting workbook have been designed to help six to seven-year-olds write all the letters of the alphabet in upper case and cursive forms as well as the numbers 0-9. Letters, number, and fun puzzles also helps them to develop visual perceptual skills. What better way to keep children engaged with handwriting than with puzzles? Whether used individually at home or in a group in a classroom environment, this handwriting workbook is an indispensable resource that will challenge their skills as they progress through developing their handwriting techniques. Every worksheet has a maze puzzle, letter search and letter writing practice. Please note, the design follows the UK method of learning cursive handwriting where only the lower case letters are in the joined up style.
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The Gardener's Mazes

The Gardener's Mazes

The Gardener’s Mazes is a handwriting workbook that has been designed to help six or seven-year-olds who are capable of writing the letters of the alphabet, as well as some basic words, but require a little more pencil control skill practice. The mazes within these 12 worksheets will allow the child to hone and sharpen their pencil control skills in order to improve their handwriting. This workbook remains engaging throughout the activity and is ideal for home use as well as classroom learning. The bright illustrations are sure to keep the child’s focus and help them learn in a fun and exciting environment.
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Months of the Year handwriting workbook

Months of the Year handwriting workbook

This Months of the Year handwriting workbook has been designed to help six to seven-year-olds advance their handwriting skills in a fun and exciting way. Each of the 12 monthly handwriting practice sheets contains questions that the child should write the answer to. By doing so, they will develop their sentence writing skills and spelling as well as their handwriting. This workbook allows the child to practice letter formations, albeit smaller than they might be used to and also on the lines. By repeatedly writing, the child will learn and to keep them engaged this workbook is fun.
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Do's & Don'ts 5-6 year handwriting guide

Do's & Don'ts 5-6 year handwriting guide

Teach handwriting 5 to 6 year olds, Do’s and Don’ts guide is a booklet will ensure that the child has more chance of developing neat handwriting. This is a time when inquisitic minds are ready to learn. Find out how you can help a child learn how to write letters with ease. Whether you are teaching your child at home or in a classroom environment this guide can be used in conjunction with the other Help With Handwriting workbooks.
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