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REASONS TO READ DISPLAY TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1-KS2 READING MONSTERS

REASONS TO READ DISPLAY TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1-KS2 READING MONSTERS

Resources included are as follows: A great set of resources ready to be printed and displayed. Excellent for use in a reading or literacy area within your classroom or around the school. 60 A4 posters each showing a reason to read. You can use some of them or all of them, depending on the size of your display. Reading log to complete for pupils as they read in class or otherwise. General reading associated tasks – such as drawing the book cover, writing a review, recount, setting, plot etc. Booklet cover for project work etc. Bookmarks with pictures. Writing and drawing frames for pupils work, in A4 and A5 sizes. A5 patterned lettering A – Z so you can spell any title you want. Long banner to head wall display – ‘A Million Reasons to Read’.

By hayleyhill

Commas flipchart and activity

Commas flipchart and activity

ActivInspire flipchart introducing commas; what they are, how to use them in a list and how to use them in a sentence. There is also a follow-up activity; children need to cut out the phrases and commas to make a complete and grammatically correct sentence.

By littlelearnersmail

Whole Year Assessment and Monitoring Bundle | EYFS Reception

Whole Year Assessment and Monitoring Bundle | EYFS Reception

These assessments/monitoring sheets can be used for every child, the whole year through, from Baseline to ELG! These have been created with the ELGs in mind. Included is a Writing assessment (can be printed for each assessment term), Maths assessment/monitoring record, Reading assessment/monitoring record and Group monitoring pro forma. Never worry about creating your own assessments again!

By littlelearnersmail

Year 2 non-fiction comprehension - Bonfire and Fireworks safety

Year 2 non-fiction comprehension - Bonfire and Fireworks safety

This resource is a comprehension activity for year 2. There are three differentiated booklets on Bonfire Night safety, which covers how to handle sparklers, fireworks and bonfires and is aimed at KS1 children. The booklets are based on the year 2 SATs comprehension paper and contain a range of 'what,' 'where' and 'how' questions, some multiple choice tick questions and some that require more detailed answers. The activity is also laid out in a similar way to the SATs booklets, with four pages of pictures and short written extracts to read and 2-3 questions per page. PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price.

By blossomingminds

Phonics Tray Game

Phonics Tray Game

This can be used as a board activity or sounds can be printed out as a cut and stick activity. Match the sounds with the correct pictures - an initial sound phonics game.

By littlelearnersmail

Autumn CVC Words

Autumn CVC Words

Flipchart (ActivInspire) about CVC words with an Autumn theme. Starts with a 'Star Challenge' going through different sounds and then moves onto saying/matching CVC words to pictures. Then children need to use letters provided to spell different CVC words. Interactive and fun!

By littlelearnersmail

Positional Language 'Magic Window game' | Come on Daisy

Positional Language 'Magic Window game' | Come on Daisy

ActivInspire Flipchart - can be linked to the story 'Come on Daisy' A flipchart about positional language - children need to use relevant vocabulary to understand and describe where Daisy is. There is a 'magic window' which will reveal Daisy when it is moved over her hiding place! Very engaging and interactive.

By littlelearnersmail