This is a remembrance day assembly in the format of a PowerPoint. I delivered this assembly 3 years ago when there were three living survivors alive from World War 1. You may need to change that slide to keep it current. Let me know if you used the resource. It would be nice to know it helped you!
I have put this together to help teachers who, maybe like me struggle to incorporate every new whim and fancy into their lesson plans. These tips are what I use in lessons, most of the time...but not always, to help learners achieve. I hope it helps someone out there!
<p>A Full scheme of work covering writing objectives using various of Roald Dahl's works (including Matilda and The BFG). It is easy to differentiate for KS 2 (7-11 year olds) and KS3 (11-14 year olds)and contains many worksheets for activities including vocabulary and punctuation use as well as descriptive and creative writing techniques.</p>
Short ‘o’ I have…Who has? Game is a fantastic method for students to practice reading and saying their short ‘o’ words. <br />
Each card has a short ‘o’ word and a fantastic picture that matches to another card in the pack.<br />
I have…Who has? Game is easy to play so students can get stuck into the learning quickly. The rules are simple. Distribute the cards evenly to a small group. Starting from the starter card students then must listen and think about which card they can play next. A good way to play this game is to have a group timer to see which group can complete it in the fastest time and then to see if they can beat this time. <br />
<strong>This product is ideal for:</strong><br />
-Short o word identification<br />
-Practice saying a variety of words<br />
-A fun literacy, phonics station<br />
-Early finishers game<br />
<strong> Included in the pack </strong><br />
-20 individual cards. Simply cut and laminate for long lasting fun!<br />
-hot, cop, hop, jog, frog, dog, snot, stop, sock, shop, rock, rob, pot, pop, pod, mop, log, lock, fox<br />