This is an activity for lower-intermediate English Language Learners. The activity can be read aloud as a dictation first. Then, teachers can provide students with a written copy with punctuation missing. Finally, students can check their own work individually, in pairs, or in groups using the answer key. The topics emphasized here are punctuation, compound sentences, and quotation marks.
A simple poster, that reminds pupils which method to use to find the mean, median, mode and range of a data set. Based on Hey Diddle Diddle, it's illustrated with colour-coded examples as well as a fiddle-playing cat.
Could be part of a maths display, an on-screen reminder during a lesson or as a table mat.
(I found the original rhyme from another resource on this site, but have adapted it)
No-frills card-sort activity.
Print, laminate & cut into pieces. Pupils to match together equivalent fractions, decimals é percentages. Cards have been arranged in vertical sets of three matched values (fraction in its lowest form), with alternative fractions (eg 2/8) grouped at the end of the 2nd sheet.
Simple A4 calendar on lower half of page, with four spaces above to draw in pictures of Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter. Decorate, then laminate to take home for Christmas. Perfect end of term activity.
<p>A Full scheme of work covering writing objectives using various of Roald Dahl's works (including Matilda and The BFG). It is easy to differentiate for KS 2 (7-11 year olds) and KS3 (11-14 year olds)and contains many worksheets for activities including vocabulary and punctuation use as well as descriptive and creative writing techniques.</p>
Children loved making pizzas at our Italian pizza class. Resources have been exported from an Activ-primary flip-chart. (Which also includes Italian Pizzeria style music.) Fun to play when the children are making their pizzas or working. If you would like original please message me.<br />
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A powerpoint created for use with my year 5 literacy set. It outlines the three types of sentences and explains how to use a subordinate clause in the middle of a main clause. It also include examples at the end for the children to identify the clauses.
A set of sentences for children to add in subordinate clauses. I printed them to A3 and got the children to cut them up and add in a subordinate clause on a coloured piece of paper.
This scheme takes the group step by step through the stages of how to write a story. It is adapted from the government initiative 'Improving Childrens Writing' getting children from level 3 to level 4. I have changed it a little, so that it is also suitable for level 2 and 3 as well. Some resources you will have to get from the government published folder 'improving childrens writing'.