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can be used in starters or plenaries or given to children to use during independent writing,

can be used in starters or plenaries or given to children to use during independent writing,

Really useful 10 min warm up activity in a Literacy lesson. Teaching children to avoid using boring words like ‘and’ ‘but’. Instead to use other connectives. I just put this up on the interactive whiteboard and so one activity a day at the beginning of my lesson and go through the examples with the children. They look at the sample questions and correct the ‘boring’ sentences. Really easy to follow. Topics also inlcuded: langauge choice; narrative texts.

Connect 4 in a row game. It includes 3 game boards and 3 x 16 problem cards.
Game Directions:
- Turn game cards upside down on table.
- Take turns flipping cards over one at a time.
- Solve the problems using scratch paper.
- Find the answer on the game board and place your counter on the answer.
- The first person with four in a row wins!
The answer key is included.
You can download FREE similar Connect 4 Game example here: 3-Digit and 2-Digit Subtraction - Connect 4 Game!

Connect 4 in a row game. It includes 3 game boards and 3 x 16 problem cards.
Game Directions:
- Turn game cards upside down on table.
- Take turns flipping cards over one at a time.
- Solve the problems using scratch paper.
- Find the answer on the game board and place your counter on the answer.
- The first person with four in a row wins!
The answer key is included.
You can download FREE similar Connect 4 Game example here: 3-Digit and 2-Digit Subtraction - Connect 4 Game!

Connect 4 in a row game. It includes 3 game boards and 3 x 16 problem cards.
Game Directions:
- Turn game cards upside down on table.
- Take turns flipping cards over one at a time.
- Solve the problems using scratch paper.
- Find the answer on the game board and place your counter on the answer.
- The first person with four in a row wins!
The answer key is included.
You can download FREE similar Connect 4 Game example here: 3-Digit and 2-Digit Subtraction - Connect 4 Game!

Lesson designed to teach/revise connectives. The aim is to help students improve the quality of their writing.

A great way of encouraging good connective use brought to life through football. Suitable for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 and a solid lesson's work.

Find the Connectives in the piece of writing

Connect four game for pupils to do in pairs or groups of four (with two teams of two pupils). In my experience the activity works best when the board is laminated and pupils can use whiteboard markers.
Pupils take it in turns to try and answer a question, and are peer assessed by the other team. If they get it correct they can put their initials over the space, and the goal is to get four squares in a row. The pupils could also used colour post it's or counters.

A fun skills lessons based on connectives - ideal for lower school.
Connective sheet provided,
Whiteboard activity with stretch and challenge alongside help for LA
Written task based on a toy story short - differentiated.

connective type and examples of connectives usueful as it is very clear explanation of type of connective See my flashcards and game by following the link. Topics also include: word work.

Another twist on the classic connect four game.
This version uses four colours which are great when you have a house system in school.
Answer a question correctly and switch a counter for your team.
The number of clicks for each of the colours is on the slide.
I you want to try before you buy, please see my other connect four game on TES.
Enjoy!

Fun activity (crack the code ) to reinforce sports,connectives and adverbs of frequency.

Colourful slides introducing range of time connectives. Includes a 'Spot the time connective&' challenge which can be done as a class or printed for paired work. There is also a group challenge and idea for individual recording.

Connect 4 in a row game. It includes 3 game boards and 3 x 16 problem cards.
Connect 4 in a row game. It includes 3 game boards and 3 x 16 problem cards.
Game Directions:
- Turn game cards upside down on table.
- Take turns flipping cards over one at a time.
- Solve the problems using scratch paper.
- Find the answer on the game board and place your counter on the answer.
- The first person with four in a row wins!
The answer key is included.
You can download FREE similar Connect 4 Game example here: 3-Digit and 2-Digit Subtraction - Connect 4 Game!