I used these targets in the summer term with my Year 5 class to organise targets for and focus on specific curricular targets with the different ability groups. Range from Level 1 to Level 5. The bold ones were shared with the children and the others displayed in the classroom and referred to in group sessions.
A set of AfL target bookmarks. Write the next target in the space provided. A simple reminder for the children (and yourself) and easily updated as targets achieved. I have laminated mine and fastened them into the books using ribbon - so they don't get lost!<br />
Stickers for bookmarks. Just found these stickers on TES - I don't know why I didn't check. They will be great with the bookmarks. http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=6052667<br />
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I assess pupils every half term and print a target card that is stuck to the front of their books and colour coded.\nA blue card - porgressing above target, so target has been incresed.\nGreen on 4 levels target\namber 1 sub level away\nred - two sub levels away.\n\nThe card changes every half term as they make progress.
Medium Term Planning suitable for KS1 or Early Years around the Christmas theme. Includes ideas for role play and all areas of the curriculum.
Given under curriculum area headings so that it can be adapted to own planning formats.
Child Friendly layered target sheets for children to paste into their writing books at the beginning of a unit of work on Recounts. Child and teacher work together at the end of the unit of work to highlight the areas they have achieved (pink for achieved/green for growth still needed). Includes Next Steps Box. Linked to APP Writing Criteria.
<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>
Please note that if you specifically want <a href="https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/i-can-spell-words-ending-with-y-oy-ay-11280548">words that END with ay/oy these are available as a separate resource.</a> (Each resource uses different words)<br />
Spelling activity pack for words containing:<br />
- 2 powerpoint files (one for each of the above). Every spelling is on an individual slide for <strong>class spelling activities</strong> (24 words)<br />
- <strong>4 Monster Sentence sheets.</strong> These include each spelling outlined in <strong>print</strong> and in <strong>cursive</strong> for students to practise their handwriting. Each spelling can then be written as a sentence (which can be silly/crazy/happy etc.). Colour and black & white versions of each sheet are provided.<br />
- <strong>2 word searches</strong> to consolidate learning. One for each set of spellings (and a solution sheet).<br />
- <strong>2 crosswords</strong> on powerpoint for class/group challenges (or print them off for small group/paired work)<br />
- <strong>2 certificates</strong> (Spelling Star and Writing Star).<br />
- Plain text file with every word (use this to easily copy and paste words for your own purposes).<br />
Also includes lots of monsters :)<br />
Black & white versions of the sentence sheets are included for easy copying or laminate the colour versions and use with wipeable pens for students to practise their handwriting and sentence writing with the different spellings.<br />
The words are taken from the Children's Printed Word Database featuring the words most commonly found in children's books during the first years of school.<br />
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