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Beginning Consonant Blends 3

Beginning Consonant Blends 3

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Look at the pictures and circle the correct consonant blend that starts each word. Write the consonant blend to complete each word.
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Beginning Consonant Blends 2

Beginning Consonant Blends 2

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Students look at the pictures and circle the correct consonant blend that starts each word. They then write the consonant blend to complete each word. This worksheet will help build a foundation for reading and spelling skills.
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Beginning Consonant Blends  1

Beginning Consonant Blends 1

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Students look at the pictures and circle the correct consonant blend that starts each word. They then write the consonant blend to complete each word. This worksheet will help build a foundation for reading and spelling skills.
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Phonics - ch, th and sh

Phonics - ch, th and sh

Learning phonics - a KS2 English worksheet that focuses on 'th', 'ch' and 'sh'. Children must fill in the missing letters and sort the words correctly. This resource is great for reading and spelling.
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Phonics - ow and oa

Phonics - ow and oa

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Learning phonics - a KS2 English worksheet that focuses on 'ow' and 'oa'. Children must fill in the missing letters and sort the words correctly. This resource is great for reading and spelling.
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Phonics - oy and oi

Phonics - oy and oi

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Learning phonics - a KS2 English worksheet that focuses on 'oy' and 'oi'. Children must fill in the missing letters and sort the words correctly. This resource is great for reading and spelling.
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Phonics - ee and ea

Phonics - ee and ea

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Learning phonics - a year 3 literacy worksheet that focuses on 'ee' and 'ea'. Children must fill in the missing letters and sort the words correctly. This resource is great for reading and spelling.
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Phonics - able and ible

Phonics - able and ible

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Learning phonics - a year 3 literacy worksheet that focuses on 'able' and 'ible'. Children must fill in the missing letters and sort the words correctly. This resource is great for reading and spelling.
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ESL Animal Vocabulary lesson - identifying animals, syllables, phonetics - presentation / worksheets

ESL Animal Vocabulary lesson - identifying animals, syllables, phonetics - presentation / worksheets

This resource contains a 65 page PPT presentation and a worksheet / handout for learners to write in. The animal slides are in groups of 3. The first slide in the group displays a photograph of the animal. The second slide displays a smaller photo and questions around pronunciation. The third slide has the answers to the questions. (Number of syllables, stress, phonemic pronunciation). This resource is suitable for beginners to pre-intermediate level English language learners. It is provided in pdf form and ppt so that you can make edits if required to the presentation. The photographs are professionally presented with frames surrounding them . They may be used for other activities as well, or in your own resources, as they are from open source sites such as pixabay.com. How to use this Presentation: - Show the first slide with the full picture. Elicit from Learners what the animal is. - Demonstrate correct pronunciation. Have the class say the word out loud as a group. - Depending on group size, have the class say the word individually. Or if a large group, break class into three and have them say it out loud as a sub group. - Go to the next slide and have class tell you how many syllables the word contains, and which syllable is stressed. Do they know the IPA translation? - Class to make up a sentence describing what is happening in the picture. - The next slide contains a suggested description and answers to the syllable and stress as well as the phonemic pronunciation. Have class write this in the worksheet handouts. (optional) This resource is suitable for beginners to pre-intermediate level English language learners.
biowriterab
Children’s Illustrated Poetry Book - Level 5 book 1

Children’s Illustrated Poetry Book - Level 5 book 1

It is the shame of our times that the rhymes and verse most quoted, recited and trawled up again and again are on the most part hundreds of years old. By now children should be skipping to rhymes other than sixteenth century accounts of the black death. I is my hope to put a more modern group of verse into the public domain. Illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing recite and skip to. All royalty free and can be copied, scrawled on walls, danced to and generally treated as if they were something to be enjoyed rather than just scary poetry. These poetry books are arranged in groups of difficulty ranging from 1 to 5. The easiest is group 1, the hardest group 5. They can all be spoken aloud with ease and there are no offensive words. They have a bigger range than the story books and should be read before deciding which age groups are suitable in your situation, some in 4 and 5 range have complex emotional ideas.It is the shame of our times that the rhymes and verse most quoted, recited and trawled up again and again are on the most part hundreds of years old. By now children should be skipping to rhymes other than sixteenth century accounts of the black death. I is my hope to put a more modern group of verse into the public domain. Illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing recite and skip to. All royalty free and can be copied, scrawled on walls, danced to and generally treated as if they were something to be enjoyed rather than just scary poetry. These poetry books are arranged in groups of difficulty ranging from 1 to 5. The easiest is group 1, the hardest group 5. They can all be spoken aloud with ease and there are no offensive words. They have a bigger range than the story books and should be read before deciding which age groups are suitable in your situation, some in 4 and 5 range have complex emotional ideas.
tonyonthemoon
Children’s Illustrated Poetry Book - Level 4 book 1

Children’s Illustrated Poetry Book - Level 4 book 1

It is the shame of our times that the rhymes and verse most quoted, recited and trawled up again and again are on the most part hundreds of years old. By now children should be skipping to rhymes other than sixteenth century accounts of the black death. I is my hope to put a more modern group of verse into the public domain. Illustrated rhyming poems for young (and old) children to sing recite and skip to. All royalty free and can be copied, scrawled on walls, danced to and generally treated as if they were something to be enjoyed rather than just scary poetry. These poetry books are arranged in groups of difficulty ranging from 1 to 5. The easiest is group 1, the hardest group 5. They can all be spoken aloud with ease and there are no offensive words. They have a bigger range than the story books and should be read before deciding which age groups are suitable in your situation, some in 4 and 5 range have complex emotional ideas.
tonyonthemoon