Simple addition of a teen number to a one digit number using the Numicon shapes. The answer is also in Numicon shapes. Prep 2 level . Visual and multi sensory approach to maths. Helps the child to understand connections between numbers.
This is a worksheet using the Numicon shapes to help with addition and place value. It is colour coded to help tell the difference between Tens and Ones.
Which preposition of place do I use , suitable for all children, especially for SEN.
Skip counting in threes, fours, twos and fives using the numicon shapes. Making 20 using Numicon. One more and one less. Ten more ten less. General revision for a prep 2 class. Visual , hands on approach to maths. Support for all children.
Colourful, child friendly comprehensions for young pupils. Helps with grammar, spelling and inference skills.
A Numicon handout to help understand place value in addition.
Christmas crossword Carols fill in the blanks Christmas rhyming words Christmas preposition cards Letter to Santa
Writing sentences with the help of a picture and a word bank.
Power and might is not always everything in life! Thinking carefully and using your brain is better!
This power point is a useful tool for explaining to primary school children how much better it is to use your brains instead of fighting or using force. So it can be used in a PSD or a religion lesson. It can also be used in a lesson plan regarding Weather. I have also used it to explain things that happened yesterday or the past tense .
Creative writing about different Dinosaurs. Word bank Adapted for beginners.
Handouts to help understand how to use an adjective. A word bank is included to help with this.
Creative writing for SEN children.
Subtracting 10 using Numion
The children will learn how to read and write different items of clothing. Learning how to read and write colours. Adapted creative writing with a word bank , the theme is 'Summer'
Creative writing using a word bank about a child's typical day. The children will also learn how to read a clock.
Suitable for SEN pupils.