A fun activity. I put this on the pupils shared site and then the pupils downloaded it onto their own individual laptops. The aim was to choose a template slide, and to use fill tools to colour in their particular chosen card. They then printed them off and stuck them onto cards to give to friends or family.
I have made and laminated these with the noun, verb, adverb, adjective, pronoun and punctuation on different coloured pieces of paper.
I then give the group or pair a prompt card and model building a sentence, and gradually making it more complex.
I use these with KS3 SEN - but this would also be appropriate with other year groups.
A workbook which encourages children to make decisions about what to spend their money on during the week. <br />
The idea being that they start with £10 and need to have at least £5 left at the end of the week to go to the cinema. Introduction to budgeting as well as adding/subtracting money.
This is a book full of addition games, solo and multi players. The games are aimed at helping the students learn those addition facts. Memorizing addition facts can be boring, but doing it helps in so many ways that it is worth it. All you are going to need to add to this book: a deck of cards, markers for some of the game boards and paper and pencils - have fun. <br />
Please note that some of these games have been around for a very long time, so I don't know who first created it, some of them are from different countries and some of them have been designed by myself, my son or my grandson(8 years old at the time). Andrew (the grandson) tested the games we designed to be sure that they worked and would be fun to play.
This game is designed to help reinforce the idea of adding fractions into whole number - such as 1/3 + 2/3 = 1. The ideal time to play this game is after students have learned to add fractions that have unlike denominators. By using the simple well known set up of go fish , the students have to combine cards to total 1 whole. This helps them to reinforce the idea and skill of adding fractions with unlike denominators in a fun methods.