A single page that you should print out at A4 size.
Have the learners in groups. You have the sheet covered at the front of the class. One person from each group comes up and looks at a revealed section for 30 seconds. They then go back to their group who try to recreate the original document on their own paper.
The person that went to look cannot draw anything for the next one minute.
Then ask for the next person to come up for 30 seconds etc.
Can be used to introduce the key words and circle properties or as a revision lesson.
The National Autistic Society Autism Helpline often receives calls from parents and carers asking about ways of promoting inclusion and interaction with peers, for their child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
This information sheet provides a brief overview of a strategy called the Circle of Friends approach, which is used mainly in mainstream schools.
This resource pack from the National Theatre contains free downloadable pdf resources for teachers, students, researchers or anyone interested in discovering more about the National Theatre's production of &'The Caucasian Chalk Circle&';.
These resources are to accompany the production of The Caucasian Chalk Circle’ at the Unicorn in Feb/Mar 2015, for students in Year 7 - 12.
The resources contain:
A summary of the play
Historical and political context
A timeline of Brecht&'s life and key information on Brechtian Theatre
Interviews with the creative team & images of the cast
A Drama scheme of work with five detailed sessions:
Brecht and Political Theatre
The story of Azdak
For more info visit: https://www.unicorntheatre.com
Sight Words are so often memorised by kiddos. This 265 page flip book product is an engaging way to have your kiddo's practice sight words. Each sight word has its own flip book. There are 3 per page for easy printing options.
In this book your kiddo's will do the following:
Trace It: Students trace over the sight word
Color it: Students color or rainbow write the sight word
Find it: Students look for and circle/color/spot and dot/highlight the sight word
Read it: Students read the sentence and draw a picture to match. They can circle/highlight the sight word in the passage.
Write it: Students write their own sentence using the sight word.
This product includes the following sight words:
This is a worksheet I made to support my class in solving word problems. The lesson was based around reading the problems, extracting key information and then formulating (and solving) the number sentences.
It has been differentiated 3 different ways, which is shown at the top right of the page. It includes an introduction page with WALT. The weeks work was based on the book 365 penguins, please check it out!
A set of powerpoints and activities to teach verb prefixes such as dis-, de-, mis-, over- and re-, with a recap of previously learnt prefixes.
Prefixes un- dis- and mis-: Looks at the 3 prefixes; how they change the meanings of words; and words they can be added to.
Changing words into negatives with prefixes: un, de, anti, dis and il
Prefix meanings: 9 prefixes and their meanings
Prefixes dis, de, mis, over, re and pre: Looks at each prefix and words containing them individually, so one can be taught per session.
PRINTABLE FILES (PDF):
Prefix list and meanings
Prefix word list dis de mis over & re (word file)
Wordsearch x 6 (un-, dis-, de-, mis-, pre- and re-)
Change the paragraph to the opposite meaning using prefixes worksheet
Definitions worksheets x 4
Definitions matching cards
Extension work - more prefixes x 3 worksheets
Practice sight word reading fluency with these sight word stories. Students will read the stories containing the sight word.
Your students will be engaged in learning sight words by reading these different fluency stories. Each passage focuses on a single sight word so students can get a lot of practice with the target word they are learning.
What is Included:
One sight word passage for each sight word.
Extra pages to account for alternate spellings
Each sight word is presented in context, so students not only learn each sight word by sight, but also learn its correct usage in a sentence.
All of the sight word write and read pages are print and go. These no prep pages make a great literacy activity, sub plans or independent sight word practice.
Activities With These Pages:
Simply have students read the sight word.
Circle the target sight word in each passage.
Send fluency passages home for homework.
Use as easy, no prep sub plans.
This packet contains Fry’s Second 100 High Frequency Words:
after, again, air, also, America, animal, another, answer, any, around, ask, away, back, because, before, big, boy, came, change, different, does, end, even, follow, form, found, give, good, great, hand, help, here, home, house, just, kind, know, land, large, learn, letter, line, little, live, man, me, means, men, most, mother, move, much, must, name, need, new, off, old, only, our, over, page, picture, place, play, point, put, read, right, same, say, sentence, set, should, show, small, sound, spell, still, study, such, take, tell, things, think, three, through, too, try, turn, us, very, want, well, went, where, why, work, world, years
Football season is here, and now is the time to get ready for some football math. Be the hero in your classroom when you hand out NFL Football-themed fraction word problem worksheets.
If you are a 4th or 5th grade math teacher, this is for you! The clip art on each page is great and NFL Football themed.
Word problems include tables and charts along with questions that involve adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, and comparing fractions.
Also included is a listing of the 32 teams with their logo.
Answer key included.
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Sight words distance learning worksheets is a collection of fun worksheets for kids to learn basic words. In this primer version, all 52 Dolch sight words from the primer sight word list are represented.
Each sheet has various activities to help the student learn the particular sight word, including the following:
Four simple sentences each with the particular sight word featured with the word highlighted in each sentence.
Examples of the sight word for the student to trace over with dotted third guidelines.
An outlined version of the sight word for the student to have fun coloring in.
An empty tow of dotted thirds lines for the student to practice writing the sight word.
A range of various sight words in various sizes for the student to look through to find and identify the particular sight word. There are several occurrences of the sight word to be found an circled.
A classic wordsearch grid with a handful of occurrences of the particular sight word to be found.
Where the student can record the number of letters in the particular sight word.
Where the student can record the number of syllables in the particular sight word.
A summary list of all Dolch sight words is also provided.
Sight words included in this series:
See also the following companion ranges:
Sight words fun: [Pre-primer](https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sight-words-pre-primer-12234240)
Sight words fun: 1st grade - coming soon!
Sight words fun: 2nd grade - coming soon!
Sight words fun: 3rd grade - coming soon!
Color & B/W
Specially crafted B/W versions of each color sheet are also provided.
Cumulative Test of Greek and Latin Word Roots or Stems. Greek and Latin Roots test to assess students on their general knowledge of word stems after we have studied basic Greek and Latin roots. It includes multiple choice, matching and fill-in type questions. A key is provided. The basic Greek and Latin word root lists, which include affixes, prefixes, and suffixes, are also available separately. 35 questions in all. Left editable for your specific needs, so you may customize for your class. Supports common core. - HappyEdugator
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.4.4b Use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., telegraph, photograph, autograph).
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.5.4b Use common, grade-appropriate Greek and Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., photograph, photosynthesis)
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.6.4b Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., audience, auditory, audible).
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.7.4b Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., belligerent, bellicose, rebel).
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.8.4b Use common, grade-appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and roots as clues to the meaning of a word (e.g., precede, recede, secede).
This Sight Word Activity Book works with 20 Pre-Primer words:
little, look, make, me, my, need, not, run, play, said, see, the, that, to, we, up, where, went, with and you.
Sight Word Activity Book includes:
• Find and Circle it Students find the specified sight word within a group of different words with a variety of fonts.
• Trace it Students will be able to trace the specified sight word two times using proper letter formation. This will also help them practice good penmanship.
• Color it The color it portion helps students read and recognize color words while coloring the sight word according to the color code.
• Highlight it Grab the highlighters (or crayons) and lets students find the specified sight word in a group of 12 sight words.
• Put it in a Sentence There are two simple sentences where students will write the sight word and read the sentence with the sight word. All of the sentences are designed with beginning readers in mind and mostly include sight words and short vowel words.
• Box it Up Students will box up the word two times. One box it up box is traceable and the other box is meant to have student spell out the word.
• Build it At the bottom of the page there are mixed up letter tiles to build the sight word. Students will cut and paste these letters to correctly build the given sight word.