Some Literacy and Numeracy planning ideas, weekly topic ideas and plans for the other areas of the classroom. There is also some worksheets linked to literacy and Numeracy. The pictures to retell the story are under the free section of the website.
These printable resources provide a word search for younger children. A useful exercise for encouraging word recognition. A wide range of themes.
Minibeasts - Medium Term Planning - Early Years OUTSTANDING detailed 8 week planning PLANNING MATCHES NEW 2021 EYFS FRAMEWORK This is a high quality and very detailed medium term plan aimed at a reception class, however could be used in nursery too. It is very detailed at 6 pages and 3000 words! The plan includes 8 weeks of lessons/ activities around the topic Minibeasts in all areas of the Early Years 2021 curriculum including; Parent-child engagement Communication and language Physical development (gross and fine motor) Personal, social and emotional development Literacy (comprehension, reading and writing) Maths (number) Understanding the World (the natural world and technology as a bonus!) Expressive arts and design (creating with materials) Religious education (7 days of Creation) Outdoor provision Please leave a review if you are happy with this product; I would really appreciate it. If you have any questions or comments please email me on BackToBalanceTES@hotmail.com © 2021, MrsRosieTeach
Early Years Continuous Provision - Colour Monster Suitable for Early Years or Year 1 This scheme of work has been planned with emotional literacy in mind. It could be used at any point in the year, particularly if you are helping children to understand and deal with their emotions. However, it would be a great transition resource for the first half term of reception. Part 1 - Each day includes one group or whole class activity that focuses on children dealing with and understanding their emotions. Each day covers a different book linked to a different emotion, these include: • The Colour Monster by Anna Llenas (all feelings) • Angry Octopus by Lori Lite and Max Stasuyk (anger) • Where Happiness Begins by Eva Eland (happiness) • Breathing Makes It Better by Christopher Willard and Wendy O’Leary (calm) • Felix after the Rain by Dunja Jogan (sadness) Part 2 - Part 2 includes a range of suggested continuous provision activities that you may want to put out for the children to access throughout the week. There is a number of activities listed, all engaging and fun. All of the continuous provision planning has links to the NEW EYFS 2021 Development Matters, specifically the ‘Children in reception will be learning to…’ section. This is detailed planning (3460 words). Please leave a review if you are happy with this product; I would really appreciate it. If you have any questions or comments please email me on BackToBalanceTES@hotmail.com Looking for planning that links to the Year 1 National Curriculum? Find it here! © 2021, MrsRosieTeach
This bundle is perfect for Early years. Fine motor skills help to build strength in their fingers. This will then help then with their writing whilst completing a range of Little Red Riding Hood activities. The doubling game is a fun way to practice their Maths skills.
Activities to support all areas of the curriculum from early years to year 6. The activities can be used stand alone or as part of an introduction or plenary session. Each activity has teacher guidance notes attached.
These activities have been made to support all areas of the curriculum from Early Years to Year 6. The activities can stand alone or used as part of an introduction or plenary session. Each activity has teacher guidance notes attached. Includes word searches, gap fill activities and sort activities.
25 pages of resources to use alongside the teaching of the book, Room on the Broom. Ideal for early years- Adjectives Create a potion Rhyming CVC words Wanted posters Filling in missing words Word search Book reviews Writing Frames Complete sentences Story sequencing
This resource includes 12 days worth of English/Literacy planning based on the wonderful story Naughty Bus by Jan Oke. The activities are engaging and fun whilst promoting a love of writing and storytelling. Each day has a whole class input and 4 clearly differentiated activities. This plan was written for Early Years but could easily be adapted for Year 1. I have included a few resources, but mostly you'll just need a toy London bus and plenty of imagination! Have fun!
I do not work in year 5 anymore, but I have banked together all my planning. Obviously it will need to be adapted to suit your class, but hopefully it should save you lots of time :)
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. Has worksheets for alphabet A-Z for matching, phonics and practicing writing and spelling. Includes differentiated comprehension from 12 nursery rhymes to 12 differentiated photos commenting on items in photos (3 sets of each for lower, middle and higher abilities). With the speaking, listening and writing we ask carers to email or let us know a couple of things that their child did at the weekend, so that we are able to prompt children or get other children to ask appropriate questions. We also check children's listening by asking 'Who went shopping, who visited family, who was ill, who walked the dog, where did they go, what did they buy' etc. before the students write what they did with help, by copying from a white board or working independently. Also includes a colouring activity to check children's listening skills. Adult asks them to colour a particular part of the picture a certain colour and records if they did it correctly. No prep needed - just cutting and gluing with the children. You may need whiteboards and pens to help the children with spelling.
This is a detailed 16-page booklet aimed at parents on how to support their child with essential pre-reading skills. Sections include: spoken language, phonological awareness, attention skills, memory skills, sequencing, motor skills and instilling a joy of reading. Lots of lots of practical and easy-to-implement activities for everyday. Aimed at parents of children in pre-school, nursery, reception and key stage 1 (although much is also relevant to KS2). Get parents on board and use them to support pupils to develop skills essential for reading and writing. The author: I am a senior advisory teacher for SEN.
Common Themes with interesting Core Texts with Authors names. Aspiring Outstanding Teacher
The assessment PDF includes: checklist for individual students. table with upper case letters for identifying the names of the letters. table of lower case letters for identifying the most common sound of each letter. table of pictures for students to identify initial sounds. blank table for students to write the words from the checklist. table of CVC words for students to read. It is anticipated that by the end of Kindergarten students are able to name the letters of the alphabet as well as identify their most common sounds. It is also anticipated that they are able to read and write simple CVC words using their knowledge of graphemes and phonemes. This resource enables teachers and parents the ability to monitor the progress of individual students towards the attainment of a sound understanding of the content descriptions ACELA1440 and ACELA1820. If at the completion of the year students do not have a sound understanding of the content, their checklist can be handed on to their new teacher. This continuity is advantageous for both students and teachers.
A BUNDLE of flexible no prep or low prep printable activities for Y5 and Y6 for a massive 45% saving, to target key skills as morning activities, warm ups, starters, early finishers challenges, meaningful time fillers, revision, home learning and main lesson tasks. They are great to have on hand before you get into your normal planning at the beginning of term but can also be used throughout the year to practise key skills. There are 6 flexible packs for mental maths, SPaG and writing, and are some of my most popular resources, used by many hundreds of teachers already. I hope you will use them again and again in your classroom! All resources are in PDF format. BUNDLE contains: 20 Creative Writing Story Prompt Cards 6 Editing / Proofreading SPaG (spelling, punctuation and grammar) Puzzles 40 Complex Sentences Writing Cards 8 Mental Maths Crossnumber Puzzles 36 Maths Trail Cards 200+ Mental Maths Question Cards For full information and previews please see the detailed descriptions on the 6 individual resource pages. Thank you for supporting my store. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE… Writing and Sentences Activities BUNDLE Literacy Activities KS2 BUNDLE Improving Sentences BUNDLE SPaG Revision Activities BUNDLE Mental Maths Year 5 / 6 BUNDLE Maths Hidden Word Puzzles MEGA BUNDLE Multiplication and Division Activities BUNDLE Explore more at FullShelf Resources
Enjoy cuddling in for a story, and use our reading tips to make it extra enjoyable for you and your child. pdf file (1 x A4)
Some maths and literacy ideas for Nursery and activities for the other areas of the classroom .
Print out our Syllable Song sheet and clap or shake along to the beats in each word. Being able to recognise syllables is an important building block for reading and spelling. pdf file (1 x A4)
A collection of four power point presentations that have been used in an Early Years Provison for children with SLD, but would be great for a Reception class. These presentations are simply put together with simple graphics and animation. All effective in the classroom, with scope to edit and change. A time saver!
A collection of resources suitable for Nursery and Reception classes
As an Early Years Leader, I use this Powerpoint on a yearly basis with 90 parents who can then support their children at home. It includes sections on: How literacy is progressed in a cross curricular way in early years. Speaking Phonics and reading writing - with examples of writing progression. How parents can support their children at home. The Powerpoint can be edited as needed. It is about 20 pages long and the training normally lasts an hour.