Adverbs - Finding Adverbs in a Sentence Interactive PowerPoint. An animated PowerPoint on identifying adverbs in sentences has introductory slides on adverbs that tell how, where, when and to what extent, with examples. Includes common comparative-superlative forms. Students can take notes on the introductory slides. The rest of the PowerPoint has students actually practice finding adverbs in 25 different sentences by writing them down on their own paper and checking themselves after each question. They can use their notes to help.Great addition to your parts of speech unit. Instant feedback! There is also a key at the end for them to double check. - HappyEdugator<br />
<p>Hopefully easier to open now. Also the tracks are slightly smaller. This seems to be more helpful for children who need help with letter sizes and ascenders and descenders than paper with coloured lines. Also they seem to like the novelty of writing on colour.</p>
Any comments or suggestions for improvements?
<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>
Children loved making pizzas at our Italian pizza class. Resources have been exported from an Activ-primary flip-chart. (Which also includes Italian Pizzeria style music.) Fun to play when the children are making their pizzas or working. If you would like original please message me.<br />
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A powerpoint created for use with my year 5 literacy set. It outlines the three types of sentences and explains how to use a subordinate clause in the middle of a main clause. It also include examples at the end for the children to identify the clauses.
A set of sentences for children to add in subordinate clauses. I printed them to A3 and got the children to cut them up and add in a subordinate clause on a coloured piece of paper.
This scheme takes the group step by step through the stages of how to write a story. It is adapted from the government initiative 'Improving Childrens Writing' getting children from level 3 to level 4. I have changed it a little, so that it is also suitable for level 2 and 3 as well. Some resources you will have to get from the government published folder 'improving childrens writing'.