This is a whopping 95 page word doc. containing all 30 of my grammar games. This represents a fair few evenings and weekends (I know - get a life!). All of these games have been tested in class and adjusted if needed - they have a real impact on learning.<br />
For each grammar skill there is:<br />
a child friendly explanation of the grammar concept; printable rules and resources for a lively dice game; suggestions to challenge or support learners; suggestions for application of the skill in written work.<br />
For some grammar games there is also a lesson plan and a presentation. <br />
Here are some of the skills covered: <br />
commands, questions and statements/ simple and compound sentences/ adverbs/ proper nouns/ classifying nouns/ contractions/ pronouns/ prepositions/prepositional phrases/ apostrophes/ adjectives/ sentence variety/ parentheses/semi-colons/ discussion/ persuasion/ complex sentences / causal connectives/ fronted adverbials/ speech/ relative clauses/ modal verbs
This pack consists of 15 x A4 size posters. Your download will be in PDF format for you to print easily.<br /><br />
Cover page<br /><br />
What was the Stone Age?<br /><br />
The First Britons<br /><br />
The Ice Age<br /><br />
Skara Brae<br /><br />
The New Stone Age<br /><br />
The Beaker People<br /><br />
The Bronze Age<br /><br />
Roundhouses<br /><br />
Bronze Age Religion<br /><br />
Stonehenge<br /><br />
The Iron Age<br /><br />
Iron Age Art and Culture<br /><br />
British Tribes<br /><br />
Iron Age Hill Forts<br />
Find more display resources at:<br />
6 weeks of planning for the topic the great outdoors.<br />
Geography - local area and maps of school<br />
RE - Buddhism<br />
Science - Materials and their properties<br />
DT - Design and make a piece of playground equipment<br />
I have permission to use the clipart and school logos
I devised this programme during a summer holiday after feeling very dissatisfied with guidance on how to lead quality guided reading sessions. I also saw the necessity to gain evidence that was independent and therefore I took ideas from many different schemes and devised my own. This has proven very popular with over 150,000 downloads and I have now made the decision to sell it at a nominal cost. It took me weeks of work and I am confident that it has proven itself as a very good resource. I hope that you will enjoy using it and please contact me should you have any questions. I am only charging £2 for the whole set of resources that will save you hours and hours of work and will give you super progression and evidence to use on all AF's. Contact me for examples of my feed back.
This complete lesson teaches children all about the igh sound. A thought provoking starter is followed by a teaching input including a video and a variety of fun and interactive activities that make the learning fun and memorable for the children. The included worksheet is engaging and can be completed with or without writing ability. A final plenary-style game is suggested as well as an actual plenary that consolidates the learning, resulting in a flexible, engaging lesson full of variety. Suitable for an introduction or revision lesson
This unit of work is presented as an illustrated booklet that follows each chapter of David Walliams book - Gangsta Granny. It has been designed to help developing readers engage with and extend their comprehension of the story through a range of activities including; finding answers to set questions, word search, poetry, creative and report writing and drawing. It looks sensitively at the exploration of an eleven year old boy's emotions as he experiences the love and loss of a close relative. It also gives us a humorous glimpse into the shady realms of 'cat burglary'. It is one of a series of my David Walliams booklets. Good for guided reading and extended reading homework. Illustrations used are by 'Openclipart'. There is also an original poem about a child's Granny - can be used to encourage pupils to create their own.
A script for a class assembly about the life of a Roman soldier. Suitable for a lower Key Stage 2 class. There are 22 parts or 'characters' however some of these may be divided into smaller parts for a larger group.
87 slides each containing a language or literacy activity for science. There are match-up activities at word and sentence level, punctuation and paraphrase exercises as well as mini-biographies of famous scientists. Language activities include making comparisons and the passive voice in science. The topics, while science-based, are of general interest. These make great starter activities.
The resources are designed for teachers to modify and drop into power points for ideas for starters, plenaries and AfL.
A CD resource package is available with over 300 different activities that are practical for the classroom.
Please visit www.celearning.co.uk for further information.
Can be adapted to use with any topic/subject. I have used effectively with KS1 and KS2. Children select a number and have to answer the question or finish the sentence behind that window. Brilliant to assess children's learning at the end of a lesson or topic.
Massive thanks to Ilovemarmite for creating the original VCOP superheroes! :D
Display incorrect sentences and chn have to say how Dr Punctuation will cure them. Answers also on there. PDF and word format (original font will not work in word, unless you have it - cheri).
ooops...forgot to say that the reason for adding the word document is so you can make up your own sentences, as easy or tough as you like, for your children!
Update: also added an open sign for the surgery. Thought that perhaps you could get a child to be Doc Punctuation - get a white overcoat and write Dr Punctuation on the back. That child could, during the plenary perhaps, 'cure' an ailing sentence - chn could perhaps consult the Doctor once a week (raffle ticket system or something).
<p>Flashcards to answer the above question and use in a simple display. It’s not a very snazzy display, but I thought you would add postcards from Spain and photos from travel brochures etc. to make it much more eye-catching! Please email me if you think of anything to add: firstname.lastname@example.org</p>