I've been teaching in KS1 & EYFS for five years in schools in both Scotland and England. I really enjoy making resources, especially with the increase of cartoons and pointless illustrations appearing on more and more resources which I find online. I try to keep resources clear and simple, making them accessible and attractive to children- and teachers too!

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This resource should be used after all of the magic e spelling patterns have been taught. Children should have been exposed to the short and long vowel sounds frequently.

This activity will show whether children understand how the magic 'e' spelling pattern is used. The follow up part of the activity asks children to form sentences with the words they have found.

Less able children may only manage the first activity. More able children could be asked to make up their own nonsense magic 'e' words- some of my Year 2 children really enjoyed this!


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