This resource contains 20 + spelling activities and games. Suitable for any word list (KS1, KS2) Almost no prep needed apart from printing (some games require a dice or a spinner). Can be used year after year making it a great investment! Activities include: secret code writing; spelling battleships; look/say/cover/write/check; iPad spellings; postcard writing; word search making; rainbow spelling; dictionary work; word webs; word swirls; spelling hangman; board game; word families; comic strips and more!
A visual and ready-to-go PowerPoint leading you through a week of engaging spelling lessons. Teach your class short and effective sessions to enable them to learn their spellings and succeed in a dictation. Give spellings a high profile and provide strategies for every child to access the curriculum. All words have the -cious or -tious ending from the year 5/6 new curriculum spelling lists. Monday - Covers the word class of each spelling, patterns, rules and definitions. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday - Short easy to resource spelling activities to enable children to learn these spellings in an engaging and successful way. Friday - Includes a dictation containing the spelling words covered in the week. Shows how many words there are and how many spellings. A helpful resource so that you can easily fit spellings into a busy week. Lessons could be completed on white boards, draft books or English books. Also includes a simple display of the spelling words so you can keep referring to them throughout the day. All reviews welcome. For a whole year of spelling lessons follow these helpful links: Term 1 Yr 5/6 Spelling Lessons Term 2 Yr 5/6 Spelling Lessons Term 3 Yr 5/6 Spelling Lessons Term 4 Yr 5/6 Spelling Lessons Term 5 Yr 5/6 Spelling Lessons Term 6 Yr 5/6 Spelling Lessons
Games and puzzles worksheets for fun spelling revision and test prep of the KS2 (Y5 / Y6) statutory word list of 100 words. Great for Year 6 SATs revision. There are 3 Four in a Row games and 3 puzzles worksheets, which can be used as starter tasks, early finisher activities or as stations in spelling / SPaG lessons. Ideal as fun, meaningful startend of term activities. All answer keys are provided. PDF format.THE SPELLING, PUNCTUATION AND GRAMMAR FOLLOW UK RULES, SO THESE ARE ONLY SUITABLE FOR COUNTRIES THAT FOLLOW THESE. 3 HIDDEN WORD / SPOT THE MISTAKES PUZZLES: These puzzles feature sentences containing multiple words from the Year 5 and Year 6 spelling list. Most are spelled correctly. Students must check carefully to spot errors and then highlight the corresponding letters in the grid at the bottom. They rearrange the highlighted letters to form another word from the spelling list. To save printing, print puzzles on card and laminate. Students use whiteboard markers and wipe puzzles when finished, allowing you to use them again and again. The puzzles are included with a pastel background, to reduce glare for dyslexic learners and others for whom this is helpful. If not printing in colour, it will become a greyscale background, which you might also prefer, though there are also versions without a background at all. Students often forget or avoid checking their work for errors so it’s great to get them carefully checking in these puzzles. Spotting errors may help them remember to check their own work and help them avoid errors themselves. Students could complete puzzles individually, in pairs or in small groups. For differentiation put lower ability children into pairs, perhaps with a higher ability student. You could allow a word list or dictionary for support. 3 FOUR IN A ROW GAMES: Each board contains 36 sentences which feature a misspelled word from the Year 5 and Year 6 word list. These words are printed in bold and are underlined. Pairs or individuals can play against each other, aiming to correct four adjacent spellings in a line - horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Pupils roll a dice each time to determine from which column they must pick a sentence. Print and laminate for regular use. They were originally designed for A3 printing, and I recommend this, with pupils writing directly on the board with a thin whiteboard marker. However, it works fine in A4 (you may need to adjust your printer settings). If A4, pupils could write their spelling on a whiteboard or paper and put their initials in the space on the board if they are correct. SAVE by purchasing this as part of my SPaG Revision BUNDLE, which also contains Hidden Word / Spot the Mistakes Puzzles for Editing / Proofreading (SPaG). Thank you for your interest in my resources.
This pack has boards for Phase 4 words using set 1-7 sounds , using Phase 3 sounds as well as a board for polysyllabic. Dice template have been included but a 1-6 (1-3 dice for the polysyllabic) can be used as well. Recording sheets are included. UPDATED: there are extra boards from the previous version and a answer board pack. Bonus activity Roll It Find It included as well.
There are four picture boards in total. Board 1 - qu,ch,sh,th,ng Board 2 - ai,ee,igh,oa,oo Board 3 - oo(u), ar,or,ur, ow Board 3 - oi, ear, air, er Each board has a ? section where there are a mixture of pictures from the sounds on the board. Board three has two ? the second has pictures that are either longer or have two Phase 3 sounds. **How to play: ** Roll the dice. When it lands on a sound, find that column on the game board. Spell the first picture from that column on your spelling grid. Continue rolling and spelling each picture. Can be played with 1 or 2 players. Please note ure has not been included. UPDATE - Now includes answer boards and a bonus activity Roll It Find It #SpringSavers
Fun spelling activities for children to practice and rehearse their spellings.
A worksheet on SPaG for all ages from Year 5 to Year 8s. Very useful in checking understanding punctuation, in particular, apostrophes, and spellings of commonly misspelled words. Guarantee satisfaction!
This resource contains a quiz/revision resource on KS2 SATS English - spelling punctuation and grammar. It can be used as a quiz or as a revision resource. The quiz can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the question image on the bottom right-hand corner of each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. An answer sheet is included to record answers. The SATS style questions include: Grammatical terms, word/classes - Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Coordinating and Sunjunctive Conjunctions, Pronouns, Possessive,Pronouns, Relative Pronouns, Adverbs, Adverbials, Prepositions, Determiners, Subject and Object, Verb Tenses -Simple Past, Simple Present, Subjunctive, Simple, Modal Verbs, Present and Past Progressive, Passive and Active, Combining Words, Phrases and Clauses, Clauses - Main Clause, Fronted Adverbials, Subordinate Clauses, Relational Clauses, Punctuation - Full Stops, Commas in Lists, Commas to Clarify Meaning, Question Marks, Exclamation Marks, Inverted Commas, Apostrophes, Colons, Semi-Colons, Capital Letters, Hyphens, Direct Speech, Brackets, Determiners, Articles - Definite and Indefinite, Function of Sentences -Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative and Exclamatory Sentences (Statement, Question, Command, Exclamation) Vocabulary - Synonyms and Antonyms, Prefixes and Suffixes, Spelling - Homophones and Plurals. You may also be interested in: Key Stage 2 SPaG SATS Set of 66 SATS Style Questions This resource contains a set of 66 SATS style questions on grammatical terms and word classes. The resource includes questions on the following: Nouns Verbs Adjectives Conjunctions Pronouns Possessive Pronouns Relative Pronouns Adverbs Prepositions Determiners Subject and Object Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Here are the full set of lesson plans, presentations and printable resources that you’ll need for sessions with EYFS, Key Stage 1 or 2 children and their teachers. These lessons introduce the famous ‘Double, double, toil and trouble…’ verses from the play, Macbeth, said by the witches as they create a spell and is a great way to bring children to the Bard for the first time. Children get to act out the spell and build their own verses, using key vocabulary, and rhythm and rhyme. There are also lessons on capacity, counting, sorting, music, and art. Differentiation is built into the sessions, and the lessons can be seen as a starting point for your own ideas. There is scope for further development into a longer term project, with potion making and hallowe’en activities etc. A follow-up to the drama and music work could be a musical scene based on the spell, which could become a longer more demanding drama and movement performance for an assembly or end of term production, depending on the ability of your pupils. Every lesson has clear aims and success criteria, a comprehensive list of resources, helpful key words and specially designed worksheets and/or presentations, which are all created to be adaptable for your settings and your classes. My aim to make something that is useful and usable for teachers, that is fun for everybody, while creating memorable educational experiences. I have used the extract here with 3 to 11 year olds many times, and it is always a guaranteed winner, becoming a firm favourite warm-up game for drama activities. To hear a FREE recording of the poem, please go to my SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-983069543/the-witches-spell
Display posters for all of the Year 3/4 spelling rules, plus one for the KS1 rules around adding -ed to create a past tense verb.
The handbook includes background information for teachers about common spelling patterns, useful strategies, including mnemonics, and spelling and phonic games. Many of the ideas resources have been posted elsewhere - acknowledged at end.
This a full self setting spelling homework program. The idea is to hit those common exception words and high frequency words for EYFS and KS1. Moreover it is designed to be creative!!! Children choose one fun activity to complete a week and tick the grid when they have completed. I mark them each week but they choose the words and there is no need to reset the homework over a half term. It hits the common exception words from the new curriculum so is up to date. I have included baseline tests and a set of simple copy and paste activities to go in the editable grid. Children really enjoying this at my school hope you do to!
There are four picture boards in total. Board 1 - ay,ou,ie,ea,oy Board 2 - ir,ue,aw,wh,ph Board 3 - ew,oe,au,ey,a-e Board 4 - e-e,i-e,o-e,u-e Each board has a ? section where there are a mixture of pictures from the sounds on the board. Board 4 has two ? where there are sounds missing in the word and the children have to work out which phase 5 sound is missing. Please note some boards have words with the sound missing instead of pictures as some sounds do not lend themselves to pictures How to play: Roll the dice. When it lands on a sound, find that column on the game board. Spell the first picture from that column on your spelling grid. Continue rolling and spelling each picture. Can be played with 1 or 2 players. UPDATED: now includes answer boards and bonus activity Roll It Find It
This Bundle Includes Resources on Spellings: Handout Worksheets with Answers Lesson and Resources Lesson Presentation ◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈ Here are some possible uses for these in your classroom: ✿ Early Finishers ✿ Tutoring ✿ Sub Tubs ✿ ESL Stations/Centres ✿ Holiday Work ✿ Small Group Collaborations ✿ End of Unit Quick Assessments ✿ Homework ✿ Reinforcement ✿ Enrichment
A large colourful wall display with Year 3/4 National Curriculum spellings.
This fun and interactive game teaches children to recognise commonly misspelled words by sight. Can be played as teams or individually Fantastic for visual learners 50 SLIDE POWER POINT Can be used as a starter or plenary. Team building activity SEN / EAL
The two Spell Well books help pupils to learn the strategies, rules and conventions they need for accurate spelling. They focus on the phonemic and morphological principles which govern word construction. The series is suitable for a wide age range. A structured approach is taken, with activities that fit in well with many phonics and spelling programmes. The activities are suitable for independent or supported work. They can be used as class, group or individual activities and are ideal as homework tasks. Spell Well 1 has 53 sheets and includes phonic spelling with sounds ai, ee, igh, oo, oa, y/oo, and looks at spelling past and present tense verbs plus plurals. A second book is available. Previously sold through Easylearn.
The complete set of Year 5 spelling list. Twelve units linking directly to the Read, Write, Inc spelling scheme.
Letters and Sounds homework from Phase 2 to Phase 6
Whiteboard slam. A fun and interactive game for your students. Thank you Weekly Plan!