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.
These resources are aimed at Years 1-3 and include comprehensive spelling lists and worksheets for each sound. There are two levels to cater for differing abilities for each activity. Useful for both higher ability children in year 1 and also lower ability children in years 2 or 3.
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.
PowerPoint Introduction to prefixes and suffixes and how they change the meaning of (base) words.<br />
Slide Order:<br />
1) Review of base words quickly covered with an identify the base word activity.<br />
2) Explanation and examples of common prefixes: 're', 'un', 'mis', 'pre', and 'dis'.<br />
3) Each prefix then followed with a think-pair-share activity.<br />
4) Examples of words with the prefix (recomend preview & possible edit of examples depending on your class) <br />
5) Explanation and examples of common suffixes: '-ful', '-less', 'ly', 'er', 'est' <br />
6) Each suffix followed with a think-pair-share activity<br />
7) Examples of words with the suffix.<br />
Quite a long slide show if all done at once (whole lesson perhaps). Could be used to introduce/review just prefixes or suffixes in one lesson by showing only 1 half of the presentation. Some slides could also be hidden. <br />
Other than a brief explanation and examples for each prefix or suffix, I've tried to keep it quite straight forward so that their isn't too much lecturing or reading required. <br />
Recommend students use mini-whiteboards for the think-pair-shares.<br />
Been designed with ESL grade 3 & 4 students as the target pupils, so repetitive language used with vocabulary building as a desired outcome. <br />
All images are share-alike, labelled for re-use images and a link page is given on the last slide.<br />
Hope students around the world enjoy them. Please rate and comment politely, all my resources are shared freely.<br />
Simple introductory ESL PowerPoint about the basic rules of subject-verb agreements.<br />
Basic Rule <br />
Singular subject = add s to the verb<br />
Plural subject = don’t +s to the verb<br />
Pronoun ‘I’ or ‘you’ = don’t add s<br />
Starts by reviewing what the subject and verb of a sentence is.<br />
Then an example of the grammar rule.<br />
Main part of the PowerPoint provides example sentences with different subjects and students choose the correct form of the verb (rule is removed after a few slides, but then reappears so that you can reinforce [or correct] the rule )<br />
Story style to keep students engaged.<br />
I use it with a ESL after-school class and mini-whiteboards for pairs of students. (Keeps 'em quiet for about 10 minutes)<br />
Number line subtraction from 20. \nEach question has an accompanying number line with a red start number and dot.\nLots of monkey clip art. (I use it with an excellent 'monkey subtraction to 10' Power Point >>> cut and paste:>> http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Monkey-Subtraction-to-10-6309981/ \nWorksheet 2 has an additional page with lots of questions and only a few number lines.\nPlease comment and rate.
<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>