To support Kindergarten and Grade 1 children using initial letter phonics to find correct word. Sheets for use with speech bubbles 1; 2 or 3 to complete following dicussion in introduction.
<br />Appropriate for Early Childhood Education (Pre-K and younger). ECE-LT, ECE-LT-al, ECE-LT-ph, ECE-LT-pa, ECE-LT-vo, ECE-LT-co, ECE-LT-sp
This resource has an excellent range of resources including the first 100 High Frequency Words, a matching game, bookmarks, bingo and many literacy and early number activities and worksheets.<br />
There are also templates of the characters for stick puppets. It also includes a PowerPoint presentation about owls.<br />
There are photographs, borders, labels and titles that will enable you to create an instant, bright and informative display.<br />
This resource is designed for Reception and Key Stage 1 (5-7 year olds).<br />
This resource pack will be most relevant to teachers, trainee teachers and home educators.<br />
This resource pack will save you hours of your own time so don’t try to reinvent the wheel – we’ve done it for you!<br />
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I cannot remember where I saw it originally but this was an idea that I borrowed/adapted from somewhere! It was a reward system for group/whole class efforts and achievements. I had a large picture of a puppy (clipart enlarged to A4) stuck on the window and an empty dish in front of him. Next to him was his Happy-o-meter (a number ladder (0-10) and a separate smiley face).
I called him Harry and the children in my class could make him into Happy Harry by collecting happy bones. So if they settled quickly on the carpet, or lined up properly to go out of the classroom, had a good playtime, answered questions in class, etc then I would award happy bones to be put in Harry's dish. With each bone put into the dish, smiley face would move up the ladder so they could see him getting happier. X amount of happy bones = 1 rung up the ladder. Different child would be chosen to stick the bone on the dish with blue tack. With my Y1/Y2 it was enough to get to the top of the ladder but it could easily be developed further.
Included is a page of bones (print and laminate 3 or 4 pages worth), 2 different types of dog, a ladder and some smiley faces.
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This resource is a must for any teachers, teaching assistants or those working with special educational needs children. PECS is a form of communication for those that are autistic, mute or choose not to speak. This resource informs about how to use PECS and the importance of it.<br />
Ideal for all schools to use as it is a system that can transition with the children into adulthood so that they can verbally communicate with the world.<br />