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Davis, Richard Harding, 1864-1916.
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These resources were free to download from the Brighton and Hove site, which has been decomissioned. I know that lots of Year 2 teachers have been looking for these excellent resources and wanted to share them. Please note that Brighton and Hove are the original source. The rest of the resources are in Riddles planning and resources part 2: http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Riddles-planning-and-resources-part-2-6206858/
Planning for pupil progress resource. Improving achievement in Maths: helping children move from level 3 to level 4. A very useful document from the DSCF that is no longer available to download or order. I hope sharing it here will be useful. It identifies where children's weaknesses are and how you can address them to move them on to Level 4.
Have also added a website that has a live version of these resources.
A handy blank map. You can edit the features you wish your pupils to add. I used with the 'Wet and Dry bits' game from Mape to practise the locations and names of the oceans and continents.
Now updated to include Antarctica and working link!
One side shows a selection of high frequency words in alphabetical order, and the other shows reminders of punctuation pyramid, connectives, presenting a sentence, interesting colour adjectives and a selection from the child's targets e.g. read your work through, use commas to pause.
I laminated these mats back to back, and asked children to check through their work and tick with a whiteboard pen before coming to show me they were finished, to try and instil an ethos of checking their work independently.
Bear species information pack, Bear flashcards A5, habitat , facts posters, fact cards, map of the world
Alphabet flashcards, Hand writing worksheets, Days of the week flashcards, Months of the year flashcards, Alphabet train with bears, poem posters, writing worksheets and activities, adjectives cards, sight word cards, story board, word mat,
‘air’ sound word cards includes words such as bear, dare, hair etc
Air and ear cards to be completed by pupils with topic cards and worksheet
Bear face masks, Hand puppets, Bingo game, Colouring pages, cut and stick activity, Dress the teddy – drawing activity, several drawing activities, pairs cards game, colouring pages, mind map, make a 3D bear, quiz, writing activities, book marks, well done cards, word search, fact cards etc
Bear photo pack, Useful images for display, display borders, long banner, large lettering, key word cards, drawer labels, triangle bunting, and other display materials.
Number flashcards, Odd and even number flashcards, Addition games, subtraction game, shapes posters, counting cards, colour flashcards
RANGE OF SYNONYMS POSTERS - A4 SIZE - SHOWING DIFFERENT WORDS TO USE TO HELP CREATE MORE INTERESTING WRITTEN WORK, ALL WITH A DINOSAUR THEME
Resources included are as follows:
PDF files for you to print
Extra large letters to head wall display, spelling synonyms with dinosaur footprint pattern
Extra large letters to head wall display without footprint background
Long banner for title with dinosaur theme
A4 topic page to use for folder cover or introduction to topic
Small cards for pupils to complete synonyms of their own
Display border to edge wall display, with dinosaur footprint pattern
Large footprints and small footprints to add to wall display
23 A4 posters showing one large word and several examples of synonyms for that word, each poster has a dinosaur theme
Posters include synonyms for the following words:
This book includes twelve poems, five lesson plans and useful web-link and suggested activities.
Some of the poems address environmental issues such as 'Fishing?' and 'Beached Jellyfish' some explore feelings and experiences such as 'Dipping Feet at the End of the Day' and some are 'tongue in cheek' with scope for further exploration as in 'Mr. Crow'.
The book’s aim is to encourage children to consider how our actions – for better or for worse – affect both our personal and collective environment and explore ways we can address, or are already addressing, these issues.
It is a complete ready-to-use resource which once purchased can be photocopied as many times as needed. It also includes some cross-curricular suggestions/opportunities.
In addition the illustrations have been left colourless so that the children can colour them in as part of the lesson's activities.