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Fact And Fiction Reading Questions For Any Book

Fact And Fiction Reading Questions For Any Book

A selection of fiction and non-fiction reading questions that will fit any text or book. The answers can be written by the pupils or the questions can be asked verbally by any other person. This could be teaching, support staff or other pupils in lessons or parents/carers at home. These questions mean that any book can be used as a teaching resource or an assessment tool and that you no longer have to find or prepare activities to fit such a wide variety of texts. Since you can select any text you wish, you can choose books that fit both the pupils reading level and their interests. Each question has four stages of difficulty so this can also be used as an assessment tool.
bbunwise
Science- float or sink, magnetic and not magnetic for SEN, Early Years and Primary

Science- float or sink, magnetic and not magnetic for SEN, Early Years and Primary

3 worksheets for Sink or Float. Also includes an extension worksheet for higher abilities to find and use own items. Allows children to predict if they think an item will sink or float. When given the items and a clear bowl filled with water they can place the item in and observe if the item sinks or floats, enabling them to discover if they were right or wrong in their predictions. A great activity for all abilities with 3 worksheets to demonstrate the children’s understanding and learning. Includes pictures of items to experiment with, and pictures for float or sink. 3 worksheets to discover magnetic and not magnetic items, plus 2 extension worksheets. Great to reinforce learning, use prediction and observation to record children’s understanding and learning. Includes a fourth worksheet for higher ability level students to record findings by answering some simple questions, recapping their observations, and a blank worksheet for students to select their own items to predict and check. Uses photographic items and clear pictures for items that are magnetic or not magnetic to enable easy recording. Get students to cut out and stick items, then record if they think it will be magnetic or not magnetic. Give them the items and a magnet and allow them to explore if their predictions were correct. For higher level students- encourage them to identify more obscure items, then predict if it will be magnetic or not magnetic, then allow them to discover if they were correct.
smidgealot
Maths for SEN, Early Years, Primary

Maths for SEN, Early Years, Primary

Differentiated worksheets for: big and small, counting, time (days and months) forming numbers 0-5, 0-10 and 0-20. Money, Non standard measure, numbers big and small, ordering numbers, Patterns, Time (written 24 hour problems) Weighing standard and non standard
smidgealot
Comprehension, plurals, syllables and descriptive writing for SEN, Early Years and Primary

Comprehension, plurals, syllables and descriptive writing for SEN, Early Years and Primary

Ideal for teacher training or NQT a literacy bundle that has a range of worksheets for SEN, Early Years, Reception, Primary and Preschoolers. Includes differentiated worksheets for students who are at the pre-writing stage, up to writing independently. This bundle has worksheets for comprehension of photos, nursery rhymes, identifying singular photos and plurals, and descriptive writing from writing about events/ things shown in a range of photos. Includes differentiated comprehension from 16 photos, and 12 nursery rhymes. No preparation needed apart from cutting out and laminating of plural pictures so that they can be reused if needed.
smidgealot
The World News Crossword - August 12th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 12th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 12th, 2018 is a 6-page PDF document made up of 4 puzzles based on the events of last week’s news. It’s a quick and simple process to download the resource and it can be stored on a flash drive ready for printing. The World. News Crossword puzzle usually takes a class about 30-45 minutes to complete, leaving some time for discussion on some of the more interesting news stories. The puzzle seems to work best when done in pairs or small groups, to generate discussion. The goal of course is to have students learning more about the world around them, and to prompt them to ask questions, especially ‘why…?’ All for just £2. What’s in this week’s document? (1) A crossword based on the events of last week’s news, (2) A crossword about Burkina Faso because it was in the news last week because of a malaria/bed-net trial that appears to have reduced the infection rate of malaria by 12%, (3) A crossword all about Climate Change, because it’s always in the news despite what Australia’s agriculture minister said, (3) And a crossword about Julius Caesar that can be shared with an English teacher. It’s included because in last week’s news there was a bit of a performance in front of the Trevi Fountain in Rome. All for just £2. So what happened last week? Australia’s agriculture minister said that the drought affecting almost all of Australia has nothing to do with man-made climate change. Excessive monsoon rain caused deaths, wide-spread displacement, and property damage in Kerala. The Swiss government announced measures to help farmers affected by the drought which has been caused by the heatwave in Europe. Two trucks crashed on the highway near Bologna in Italy, a plane crashed near Seattle, and another plane crashed in Indonesia - and a 12 year old boy survived. There was a magnitude 6.2 aftershock near Lombok Island, also in Indonesia. Brazil closed its border to Venezuelans. Singapore trialled eye-scans at its border. And speaking of borders, it seems (based on surveys) that at least 100 constituencies in Britain that previously voted to leave the EU would now vote to remain in the EU. A German man called the police because he was being chased by a baby squirrel. (Tyranny comes in many forms.) In France, crows were trained to collect cigarette butts and exchange them for food. And Christopher Robin was banned from China (the movie, not the boy) - something to do with Winnie the Pooh. All that (and three bonus puzzles) for just £2.
BFP
Descriptive Writing for SEN, Early Years, Primary and ESOL

Descriptive Writing for SEN, Early Years, Primary and ESOL

27 Differentiated worksheets (9 different photos, for either lower, middle or higher abilities) for students to either cut out and stick words to make descriptive sentences after looking at the photo, write a sentence or two using the words provided as a prompt or spelling aid, or to use a dictionary/ thesaurus to independently write their own descriptive sentences. Extension- encourage students to find their own pictures and describe them in as many sentences as they can.
smidgealot
Proofreading Checklist Adhesive Labels Printable Self Assessment Sticky Label J8163

Proofreading Checklist Adhesive Labels Printable Self Assessment Sticky Label J8163

Useful label printable for students to check their work independently. 14 labels per page, designed to fit on the Avery J8163 adhesive labels or similar. Download comes with or without gridlines. The gridlines version is useful if you want to print onto paper, cut and stick onto student work, whereas the no gridlines version is great for if you want to print directly onto adhesive labels. I regularly use these with my secondary age SEMH students as it helps focus their work, and they begin to learn to self check before submitting for marking.
EMcLearning
Short Film Comprehension Tasks Bundle Quick Activities or Starters Highly Engaging SEMH

Short Film Comprehension Tasks Bundle Quick Activities or Starters Highly Engaging SEMH

A pack of highly engaging quick activities or starters based on short animated films. I regularly use these with my secondary age SEMH students, and they love them. They would also work well with younger students. Each activity comes with a link to the short film on YouTube and information about the film. There is standard question sheet and a differentiated version with sentence starters.
EMcLearning
Short Film Comprehension Task The Present Quick Activity or Starter

Short Film Comprehension Task The Present Quick Activity or Starter

A highly engaging quick activity or starter. A thought provoking short looking at the themes of disability, differences and acceptance. A young boy is given a surprising gift by his mum. I regularly use these with my secondary age SEMH students, and they love them. They would also work well with younger students. Each activity comes with a link to the short film on YouTube and information about the film. There is standard question sheet and a differentiated version with sentence starters. You can save money by buying all five activities as a bundle.
EMcLearning
Short Film Comprehension Task Taking the Plunge Quick Activity or Starter

Short Film Comprehension Task Taking the Plunge Quick Activity or Starter

When a young man’s ideal marriage proposal is put in jeopardy he is forced to dive into unknown waters to salvage his plans. A highly engaging quick activity or starter. I regularly use these with my secondary age SEMH students, and they love them. They would also work well with younger students. Each activity comes with a link to the short film on YouTube and information about the film. There is standard question sheet and a differentiated version with sentence starters. You can save money by buying all five activities as a bundle.
EMcLearning
Short Film Comprehension Task Sweet Cocoon Quick Activity or Starter

Short Film Comprehension Task Sweet Cocoon Quick Activity or Starter

A highly engaging quick activity or starter. An engaging and entertaining short which my students thoroughly enjoyed. They particularly liked the “twist” ending. The 3D animated short called “Sweet Cocoon” is about two insects that decide to help a struggling caterpillar in her metamorphosis. I regularly use these with my secondary age SEMH students, and they love them. They would also work well with younger students. Each activity comes with a link to the short film on YouTube and information about the film. There is standard question sheet and a differentiated version with sentence starters. You can save money by buying all five activities as a bundle.
EMcLearning
Short Film Comprehension Task Soar Quick Activity or Starter with Extension for Full Lesson Cover

Short Film Comprehension Task Soar Quick Activity or Starter with Extension for Full Lesson Cover

A highly engaging quick activity or starter. A young girl who must help a tiny boy pilot fly home before it’s too late I regularly use these with my secondary age SEMH students, and they love them. They would also work well with younger students. Each activity comes with a link to the short film on YouTube and information about the film. There is standard question sheet and a differentiated version with sentence starters. This item comes with an extension task to make it into a full lesson. Ideal for a cover lesson. I have used it successfully as a cover lesson on several occasions. I have included some storyboard templates to use with it also. You can save money by buying all five activities as a bundle.
EMcLearning
Short Film Comprehension Task Cupidon Quick Activity or Starter

Short Film Comprehension Task Cupidon Quick Activity or Starter

A highly engaging quick activity or starter. Cupid is having a bad day and needs to find a way to fix his mistakes. I regularly use these with my secondary age SEMH students, and they love them. They would also work well with younger students. Each activity comes with a link to the short film on YouTube and information about the film. There is standard question sheet and a differentiated version with sentence starters. You can save money by buying all five activities as a bundle.
EMcLearning
Phonics clothes peg cards, KS1 / Autism / ADHD / SEN

Phonics clothes peg cards, KS1 / Autism / ADHD / SEN

Children read the word and attach clothes peg onto the appropriate picture. To reduce the possibility of guess work, many of the pictures are of items which are similar to the word if read incorrectly, for example ‘scare’ shows pictures for ‘scar’, ‘scare’ and ‘share’. Three sets of cards are in pack, 15 cards in each set, so 45 cards in total. Cards need trimmed and ideally laminated. I designed these for my learners with autism / ADHD as a more interactive way to practice reading, but they are also suitable for KS1 / SEN.
jlp76
Phonics, clothes peg cards to support reading of phase 2 phonics

Phonics, clothes peg cards to support reading of phase 2 phonics

Children read the word and attach clothes peg onto the appropriate picture. To reduce the possibility of guess work, many of the pictures are of items which are similar to the word if read incorrectly, for example ‘feel’ shows pictures for ‘fall’, ‘feel’ and ‘feet’. Three sets of cards are in pack, 15 cards in each set. Cards need trimmed and ideally laminated. I designed these for my learners with autism / ADHD as a more interactive way to practice reading, but they are also suitable for KS1 / SEN.
jlp76
Match cards to price (up to 20p) KS1/ASD/SEN

Match cards to price (up to 20p) KS1/ASD/SEN

Base cards showing a food item and a price up to 20p. Learners need to find the matching card (showing British coins) to attach to the base card. Best laminated and with velcro attached. 14 cards to match (photo only shows 6 of them)
jlp76
Can I afford it? Up to £1. Basic money sense / life skills peg cards. ASD/SEN

Can I afford it? Up to £1. Basic money sense / life skills peg cards. ASD/SEN

Cards show British coins up to £1 in value, stating “I have…” Underneath is a statement saying how much an item costs. Learners need to count the coins and decide whether they can afford the item. Many learners with ASD / SEN struggle with money sense and the idea of whether an item is affordable or not. This activity could be extended to ask how much change the student would receive if the item is affordable, or alternatively, how much more money they would need. Designed as an independent workstation task for learners with autism but could also be used in a small group. Learners use clothes pegs to answer the question yes / no to make the task more interactive and to focus those who find sitting and writing to be difficult.
jlp76
Dates Days Months Display for Whiteboard with Sound Buttons

Dates Days Months Display for Whiteboard with Sound Buttons

Dates, Days of the Week, Months and Years with Sound Buttons or spelling techniques. Cut up and laminate. I blu tac these to a wall or a door and stick onto the whiteboard each day. Useful to help my students write the date in their books. Where sound buttons are not useful I have included an alternative spelling technique.
EMcLearning
The World News Crossword - August 5th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 5th, 2018

The World News Crossword - August 5th, 2018 is a 6-page PDF document made up of 4 puzzles based on the events of last week’s news. It’s a quick and simple process to download the resource and it can be stored on a flash drive ready for printing. All for just £2. What’s in this week’s document? (1) A crossword based on the events of last week’s news, (2) A search & cloze puzzle giving a little more detailed explanation of Zimbabwe and the events leading to last week’s election, (3) A crossword all about Zimbabwe - where is it? What are its neighbouring countries? What are its lakes, mountains, and rivers? (3) A crossword all about India which was also in the news last week. The puzzle usually takes a class about 30-45 minutes to complete, leaving some time for discussion on some of the more interesting news stories. The puzzle seems to work best when done in pairs or small groups, to generate discussion. The goal of course is to have students learning more about the world around them, and to prompt them to ask questions, especially ‘why…?’ What happened last week? On Lombok (in Indonesia) about 500 stranded tourists were rescued after an earthquake, but then another very large earthquake struck about a week after the first, prompting. a tsunami warning for the region. Wildfires continued in California and Europe experienced a heatwave. Students in Bangladesh protested for better traffic and street safety. Evidence of a 2000 year old library was uncovered in Cologne. A plane crashed in Mexico. A helicopter crashed in Siberia. And a plane crashed in the Swiss Alps. A new government was elected in Zimbabwe and 6 people were killed in protests following the result. The boys who were rescued from the cave in Thailand returned home after their 9 days as novice Buddhist monks. And someone kidnapped a shark, disguised as a baby in a pram, from an aquarium in Texas.
BFP
Affirmation Cards Bundle - PSHE, Social and emotional learning

Affirmation Cards Bundle - PSHE, Social and emotional learning

The word affirm means to ‘state something that is true’. Affirmation cards have simple but positive messages that help to develop a child’s sense of self. When used regularly it is hoped that the children will absorb the positive message and become more positive in their outlook in life. They will really begin to believe the statement that they are working on. The message needs to be realistic and very simple. Having unrealistic affirmations may make a child feel worse about themselves and your aim with these is to increase their self-esteem. All these cards begin with the words ‘I am’ and are very simple but achievable statements for all children. This bundle contains all 4 different Affirmation cards which have been created by ELSA Support
Elsasupport
Affirmation Cards for young adults/adults - PSHE, Social and Emotional learning

Affirmation Cards for young adults/adults - PSHE, Social and Emotional learning

The word affirm means to ‘state something that is true’. Affirmation cards have simple but positive messages that help to develop a person’s sense of self. When used regularly it is hoped that the positive message will be absorbed and a person will become more positive in their outlook in life. They will really begin to believe the statement that they are working on. The message needs to be realistic and very simple. Although I have called these ‘ADULT’ they really are for anyone. My other cards have characters on them and these are character free. All these cards begin with the words ‘I am’ and are very simple but achievable statements for all. Included in the pack: 25 Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 2 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 1 to an A4 page Blank Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page Tips booklet
Elsasupport
Affirmation Cards with a Superhero theme, PSHE, Social and Emotional Learning

Affirmation Cards with a Superhero theme, PSHE, Social and Emotional Learning

The word affirm means to ‘state something that is true’. Affirmation cards have simple but positive messages that help to develop a child’s sense of self. When used regularly it is hoped that the children will absorb the positive message and become more positive in their outlook in life. They will really begin to believe the statement that they are working on. The message needs to be realistic and very simple. Having unrealistic affirmations may make a child feel worse about themselves and your aim with these is to increase their self-esteem. All these cards begin with the words ‘I am’ and are very simple but achievable statements for all children. Included in the pack: 25 Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 2 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 1 to an A4 page Blank Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page Tips booklet
Elsasupport
Affirmation Cards for Teens, PSHE, Social and Emotional learning

Affirmation Cards for Teens, PSHE, Social and Emotional learning

The word affirm means to ‘state something that is true’. Affirmation cards have simple but positive messages that help to develop a child’s sense of self. When used regularly it is hoped that the children will absorb the positive message and become more positive in their outlook in life. They will really begin to believe the statement that they are working on. The message needs to be realistic and very simple. Having unrealistic affirmations may make a child feel worse about themselves and your aim with these is to increase their self-esteem. All these cards begin with the words ‘I am’ and are very simple but achievable statements for all children. Included in the pack: 25 Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 2 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 1 to an A4 page Blank Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page Tips booklet
Elsasupport
Affirmation Cards for young children - PSHE, Social and Emotional Learning

Affirmation Cards for young children - PSHE, Social and Emotional Learning

The word affirm means to ‘state something that is true’. Affirmation cards have simple but positive messages that help to develop a child’s sense of self. When used regularly it is hoped that the children will absorb the positive message and become more positive in their outlook in life. They will really begin to believe the statement that they are working on. The message needs to be realistic and very simple. Having unrealistic affirmations may make a child feel worse about themselves and your aim with these is to increase their self-esteem. All these cards begin with the words ‘I am’ and are very simple but achievable statements for all children. Included in the pack: 25 Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 2 to an A4 page 25 Affirmation cards – 1 to an A4 page Blank Affirmation cards – 4 to an A4 page Tips booklet
Elsasupport
Bilingual Reflect & Restore Sheets (Eng.and Span.) for all grades

Bilingual Reflect & Restore Sheets (Eng.and Span.) for all grades

These simple reflection sheets can be used to respond to poor behavior in the classroom, especially as a piece of the process in schools practicing Restorative Justice. This product includes versions for Early Childhood, Primary, and Upper Grade students (all in English), along with corresponding versions of each in Spanish. On the left side of the sheet, the offending student reflects on their poor behavior, explains its effects on others, and has an opportunity to offer their perspective on the causes of the incident. On the right side, the student is prompted to write an apology which can contribute to the process of restoration with victim of their behavior. The Early Childhood version has spaces to draw responses instead of writing. The two sides can be cut apart, making it possible for the teacher to keep a record of the incident while the victim is able to keep their apology note. Message me with suggestions or ideas at chicago2mty@gmail.com!
internationalmama
The Prelude AQA GCSE Power and conflict SEN De-coding poetry

The Prelude AQA GCSE Power and conflict SEN De-coding poetry

De-coding poetry ‘The Prelude:Stealing the boat’ by William Wordsworth AQA GCSE Power and conflict anthology resources for SEN/learning support or home schooling. Designed to make understanding the poem easier. A comprehensive pack of resources including - Learning outcomes What did you say? handout Narrative handout List task activity Fill in the missing words task Opening and closing lines handout Voice and form handout Themes handout Important quotes handout True/false quiz Answer sheets Write a letter activity Context handout Wordsearch handout
flissthecat
3rd set Descriptive Writing for SEN, Early Years, ESOL, Primary.

3rd set Descriptive Writing for SEN, Early Years, ESOL, Primary.

Differentiated worksheets suitable for SEN, Early Years, ESOL and Primary students for encouraging the use of descriptive writing. 12 worksheets in total. 3rd set of descriptive writing. Lower ability- 3 worksheets to cut out words, order in to own sentences then glue. Middle ability- 3 worksheets to write own sentences (word prompts included on separate page). Higher ability- 3 worksheets to create and write own sentences. Only prompts are: remember to include size/colour/where they are/how they feel/what they are thinking. Encourage the use of dictionaries/thesaurus. Students can then type up their work on the computer, or find and describe their own pictures using ICT. Extension work- ask the students to use ‘because’ in their work to expand their sentences. The dogs look happy because… they have just eaten… they are enjoying playing with the stick…it is enjoying the game of chase as it is winning… they are glad to be playing in the water.
smidgealot
2nd set Descriptive Writing for SEN, Early Years, ESOL and Primary

2nd set Descriptive Writing for SEN, Early Years, ESOL and Primary

Differentiated worksheets suitable for SEN, Early Years, ESOL and Primary students for encouraging the use of descriptive writing. 12 worksheets in total. Lower ability- 3 worksheets to cut out words, order in to own sentences then glue. Middle ability- 3 worksheets to write own sentences (word prompts included on separate page). Higher ability- 3 worksheets to create and write own sentences. Only prompts are: remember to include size/colour/where they are/how they feel/what they are thinking. Encourage the use of dictionaries/thesaurus. Students can then type up their work on the computer, or find and describe their own pictures using ICT. Extension work- ask the students to use ‘because’ in their work to expand their sentences. The pig looks happy because… it has just eaten… it is thinking of something funny…it is enjoying the sunshine… it is glad to be playing outside.
smidgealot
Plurals, Spellings and Syllable Bundle for SEN, ESOL, Early Years, Primary and Preschoolers

Plurals, Spellings and Syllable Bundle for SEN, ESOL, Early Years, Primary and Preschoolers

Suitable for SEN, ESOL, Early Years, Primary and Preschoolers. Differentiated activities, worksheets, extension/ homework worksheets. Suitable for all abilities. Syllables: No preparation required. Syllables help with reading and spelling. They allow students to associate sounds with patterns in rhymes, writing and poetry. Especially useful in improving spelling and encouraging independent writing. 18 differentiated worksheets. 6 worksheets for 1 and 2 syllables (Lower abilities) 6 worksheets for 2 and 3 syllables (Middle abilities) 6 worksheets for 1, 2 and 3 syllables (Higher abilities) Suggestions for extension work/ homework- encourage students to create lists of 1, 2 and 3 syllable words of items they can see in the classroom, and items they find at home. Spelling: 14 worksheets to check spelling of CVC, CCVC and CVCC words. (CVC- Consonant, Vowel, Consonant, eg. cat, mat, hat. CCVC- Consonant, Consonant, Vowel and Consonant, eg. shop, chop, chip. CVCC- Consonant, Vowel, Consonant, Consonant, eg. sell, fell, bell). CVC words- 6 worksheets, each with 6 pictures (36 pictures in total). Suitable for lower ability. Letters can be written, or there are letters to cut and stick. CCVC words- 4 worksheets, each with 6 pictures (24 pictures in total). Suitable for all abilities. Letters can be written, or there are letters to cut and stick. CVCC words- 4 worksheets, each with 6 pictures (24 pictures in total). Suitable for all abilities. Letters can be written, or there are letters to cut and stick. Plurals: Set of 9 worksheets and a matching activity of 30 photos (matching singular and plural photos to singular and plural words). 3 worksheets for lower abilities- identifying and ordering photos in to single and plurals. Cut out the 12 photos, gluing them in the correct column. Suitable for prewriting students. 3 worksheets for middle abilities-practice handwriting by overwriting (tracing words on top of the yellow font). 3 worksheets for higher abilities- practice handwriting by copying the labels, adding ‘s’ or ‘ves’ where appropriate. Follow on Plurals: 24 differentiated worksheets, including 2 that can be used for extension work, and/or homework for all abilities. No preparation required. Singular words only need 1 item. Plurals are used when more than one item is present. Lower abilities- 7 worksheets. Plurals have the ‘s’ written in red to make it easier for lower ability students to recognise that they are different to singular words. Students need to match the plurals or singular word to the correct items by drawing a line. Middle abilities- 7 worksheets. Plurals and singulars both have the whole word written in black. Students need to match the plurals or singular word to the correct items by drawing a line. Higher abilities- 8 worksheets. They have to cut out and stick the correct number of pictures next to the plural or singular word (all pictures included). Extension, and/or homework- 2 worksheets. Students have to write the item name in either singular or plural, then draw or stick pictures to show the correct number of items.
smidgealot
Follow on Plurals for SEN, ESOL, Early Years, Primary

Follow on Plurals for SEN, ESOL, Early Years, Primary

Suitable for SEN, ESOL, Early Years, Preschool, Primary. Use as a follow on after my Plurals For SEN, Early Years, Primary, Preschoolers. 24 differentiated worksheets, including 2 that can be used for extension work, and/or homework for all abilities. No preparation required. Singular words only need 1 item. Plurals are used when more than one item is present. Lower abilities- 7 worksheets. Plurals have the ‘s’ written in red to make it easier for lower ability students to recognise that they are different to singular words. Students need to match the plurals or singular word to the correct items by drawing a line. Middle abilities- 7 worksheets. Plurals and singulars both have the whole word written in black. Students need to match the plurals or singular word to the correct items by drawing a line. Higher abilities- 8 worksheets. They have to cut out and stick the correct number of pictures next to the plural or singular word (all pictures included). Extension, and/or homework- 2 worksheets. Students have to write the item name in either singular or plural, then draw or stick pictures to show the correct number of items.
smidgealot
First and Then Boards for Students with Autism + 'I am Working Towards' rewards charts

First and Then Boards for Students with Autism + 'I am Working Towards' rewards charts

A set of first and then boards designed to be used with PECS symbols for children with autism. Includes: 3x A4 First and then board (Green, Purple, B/W borders) 3x A4 First then and then board (Green, Purple, B/W borders) 3x A4 First then, then and then board (Green, Purple, B/W borders) 6x A5 First and then boards (Blue, Pink, B/W borders) 6x A5 First, then and then boards (Blue, Pink, B/W borders) 12x Mini First & Then boards (White, Blue, Pink backgrounds) 2x ‘I am working for’ rewards charts (2 stars needed) 2x ‘I am working for’ rewards charts (3 stars needed) Product requires printing, laminating and velcro
lucybuchanan
Syllables for SEN, Early Years and Primary

Syllables for SEN, Early Years and Primary

Suitable for SEN, Early Years, Primary and Preschoolers. No preparation required. Syllables help with reading and spelling. They allow students to associate sounds with patterns in rhymes, writing and poetry. Especially useful in improving spelling and encouraging independent writing. 18 differentiated worksheets. 6 worksheets for 1 and 2 syllables (Lower abilities) 6 worksheets for 2 and 3 syllables (Middle abilities) 6 worksheets for 1, 2 and 3 syllables (Higher abilities) Suggestions for extension work/ homework- encourage students to create lists of 1, 2 and 3 syllable words of items they can see in the classroom, and items they find at home.
smidgealot
Ordering Numbers, biggest to smallest, or smallest to biggest for SEN, Early Years and Primary

Ordering Numbers, biggest to smallest, or smallest to biggest for SEN, Early Years and Primary

Suitable for SEN, Early Years,and Primary. 14 Differentiated worksheets (includes 2 extension worksheets that could be used for homework. Lower abilities- 4 worksheets using the numbers 0- 5. Students have to order 3 numbers from smallest to biggest or biggest to smallest (2 worksheets of each). Middle abilities- 4 worksheets using the numbers 0- 5. Students have to order 3 numbers from smallest to biggest or biggest to smallest (2 worksheets of each). Higher abilities- 4 worksheets using the numbers 0- 5. Students have to order 3 numbers from smallest to biggest or biggest to smallest (2 worksheets of each). 2 extension /homework worksheets. Students can create a worksheet for a friend. This can then be exchanged for the friend to complete, or photocopied to be used as homework.
smidgealot
Spelling CVC, CCVC and CVCC words SEN, Primary and Early Years

Spelling CVC, CCVC and CVCC words SEN, Primary and Early Years

Suitable for SEN, Early Years, Preschoolers and Primary. 14 worksheets to check spelling of CVC, CCVC and CVCC words. (CVC- Consonant, Vowel, Consonant, eg. cat, mat, hat. CCVC- Consonant, Consonant, Vowel and Consonant, eg. shop, chop, chip. CVCC- Consonant, Vowel, Consonant, Consonant, eg. sell, fell, bell). CVC words- 6 worksheets, each with 6 pictures (36 pictures in total). Suitable for lower ability. Letters can be written, or there are letters to cut and stick. CCVC words- 4 worksheets, each with 6 pictures (24 pictures in total). Suitable for all abilities. Letters can be written, or there are letters to cut and stick. CVCC words- 4 worksheets, each with 6 pictures (24 pictures in total). Suitable for all abilities. Letters can be written, or there are letters to cut and stick.
smidgealot
Time, written problems 24 hour clock SEN, Primary, Secondary.

Time, written problems 24 hour clock SEN, Primary, Secondary.

Suitable for SEN, Primary and Secondary school students. 10 worksheets with written time problems using the 24 hour clock. Students are given an example of a question, the answer and the sum needed to work out the answer. Students are reminded to show their workings. Each worksheet has 4 questions, giving 40 written time problems in total.
smidgealot
Days and Months. Time and Ordering for SEN, Early Years, Primary School

Days and Months. Time and Ordering for SEN, Early Years, Primary School

Suitable for SEN, Early Years, Primary and Preschoolers. Use to teach time and ordering. 6 differentiated worksheets. 3 worksheets for ordering days of the week: order the days to make a caterpillar (all abilities- especially good for lower). fill in the missing days- cut and glue or copy spellings (all abilities, especially middle and higher). fill in the the day before and the day after- cut and glue or copy spellings (all abilities, especially higher). 3 worksheets for ordering the months of the year: order the months to make a caterpillar (all abilities- especially good for lower). fill in the missing months - cut and glue or copy spellings (all abilities, especially middle and higher). fill in the the month before and the month after- cut and glue or copy spellings (all abilities, especially higher). Extension work- get students to find out who has a birthday in which month, they can then create pie charts/ bar graphs by hand or on the computer to show how many each month has. Can be set as homework to find out about family/pets birthdays as well.
smidgealot