er, it's a worksheet with, er, &'er&'; pictures on it to label using the 'er&' words in the box.
and, um, er, a &';er' cloze sentence worksheets using &'er&'; words
and read/cover/write/check and also quite a clever read/draw worksheet.
er, it's a worksheet with, er, &'er&'; pictures on it to label using the 'er&' words in the box.\nand, um, er, a &';er' cloze sentence worksheets using &'er&'; words\nand read/cover/write/check and also quite a clever read/draw worksheet.
Selection of words and pictures containing the digraph 'er'. I've used them for reading & matching activities, write own label to match pic, draw pic to match word, hunt word/pic in the classroom etc. Also joined them together as a hanging display.
First number line addition (totals up to 20) jump making worksheet WITH FROGS!
Easy to change the questions, just edit the addition sentence and move the dot on the line and change the start number font colour.
Hope they help children learn addition using a number line.
Good luck from Cambodia.
Panicking? I have been.
This resource has 2 simple first day activities.
One worksheet is a 'find someone who' double sided questionnaire...students can circulate around the room and try to find a classmate who has or can x,y,z and write the name in the box. (you may need to edit some of the questions for your school and grade)
Other worksheet (Getting to know you)I may put on the tables when students arrive and they can fill in the answers about themselves and their interests, strengths and weaknesses.
Hope they help new classes.
Blank 0-20 numberlines (with equal lines increasing by 1s) & 0-100 numberlines (with increases by fives and tens)
And one A4 page of 100 numberlines, with increases by 1s (small gray lines) and long black line showing steps of 10.
Use them how you wish...start at 0, start at 300, start at 900.
For students to fill in the numbers under or above the dashes.
I will print onto card and laminate, or stick on top of mini whiteboards and call out numbers for students to locate the number on the numberlines.
i have made some tricky / common exception word watches. There are some flash cards and also some sheets with our words to find.
One idea is to give children a selection of watch sand ask them t find a friend and mark it off one of the sheets(they are in groups of 5)
a watch a day. i was colour in a star each time they say the word correctly!
Over to you!
i have uploaded two sets- they are in different orders (i think!)
at least 20 watches, 20 flash cards and tick sheets with 5 per sheet
one set of flash cards comic sans- other set twinkle font, similar to sassoon