A 20 page resource and a powerpoint display based on SPaG statutory requirements introducing question marks, full stops and commas.
Display sheets for classroom SPag Noticeboard definitions and useful words to use.
11 question sheets for children to answer, these could be used individually or as a homework workbook.
Word Time File-Folder Game. Sight Words / Dolch Pre-Primer Words / Sight Word Sentences: These Sight Word Games (Pre-Primer / Dolch Words) will enhance your students/child reading skills...as they read these fun pre-primer sight words and sentence strips!
These Pre-Primer Dolch Sight Word Games include:
-directions for the game
-48 sight words (pre-primer)
the, to, and, a, I, you, it, in, said, for, up, look, is, to we, little
down, can, see, not, one, my, me, big, come, blue, red, where, jump, away, here, help
make, yellow, two, play, run, find, three, funny, come, blue, red, where, jump, away, here, help
Note: Each set comes with eight animals (a total of 25 sets) - first page is the list of the Dolch Pre-Primer Sight Words for each set.
-32 sight word sentence strips (color coded - yellow, pink, white, and green)
Note: Dice not included
Laminate the file folder (with directions), sight words, sentence strips, and markers for longer use in the classroom or at home.
Note: Teachers and parents: you can always add more sentence strips to this game.
Three variations can be used for this Dolch Sight Word file-folder game.
The first option would be to have the students only play the game with sight words, no sentence strips.
Second, the directions have been provided for this option (which would be to include sentence strips, and no sight words.
Third option would be to have the students play the game with sights words and sentence strips.
K.1 Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
RF.K.3 Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Target standards in these areas:
-recognizing high-frequency words
-building print awareness
-building up their reading fluency
Use the sight word file-folder game the way that best suits your individual circumstances and classroom needs!
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Who? What? Where? Reading Comprehension for pupils with Autism and Special Needs
This set contains 10 task cards- each with 4 "wh" questions
Preparation: print, laminate, cut out the small cards and add velcro dots
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All the graphics used in our resources have been designed to appeal to a wide age range, as we know how difficult it can be to find suitable resources for teens.
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An excellent start of year quick assessment tool to see if children can write coherent sentences. This activity is differentiated 3 ways and challenges children to rearrange a set of words into a readable sentence, focusing on basic sentence structure and the ordering of words.
to cakes in bake . I kitchen the love
Children need to put each word in the correct order to unscramble the words properly.
Excellent for SEN children who struggle to string words into a sentence, and to encourage the use of capital letters and full stops.