Interactive teaching activity where pupils think of imaginative and descriptive words that reflect the photos shown. Includes a selection for worksheets, in different styles, to accompany each slide. Additional worksheets, which are editable and in a choice of two fonts, are available via the links included. The resource is designed for word work but could easily be extended if desired. Allows for whole class, small group, or individual work.
A 14 page workbook with relevance to the Statutory requirements for Literacy KS1/2 in regards to spelling
Contains Wordlists referred to as Target Words
Prefixes: con, ex, in, im, re, pre
Comparison of adjectives
i before e
Words and Meanings
Sets of useful, high-quality resources and activities have been mapped to key statements of writing development in sentence structure and punctuation. The guide framework offers teachers a simple step-by-step guide to measure progress for writing in 5-to-11 year-olds. We hope you find this set of resources helpful to support SPaG in your school.
Interactive teaching activity where pupils must correct sentences that contain errors. Sentences get progressively more tricky as the activity is moved through.
SMART Board activity also included. Allows for whole class, small group, or individual work. Has been tested to work on SMART iPad app also.
NOW UPDATED WITH ACTIVITY SHEETS FOR INDIVIDUAL WORK
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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.
Resources included are as follows:
PDF OR PPT files for you to print. You could also use them on the IWB.
Over 60 colourful A5 word cards, each with a word missing and pictures for pupils to fill in the initial sound for each picture to spell the word.
All the words included are the ones listed in the National Curriculum for Year 2 exception words.
A file with answers is included for if needed.
Great for independent learning task, for work in groups, or as a whole class.
Suitable for Year 2 or catch up for struggling pupils. Also useful for children with special needs.
These centers work on a huge variety of language arts skills. All centers have visual cues, simple text, and are very easy to understand and comprehend. These centers target synonyms, antonyms, homophones, ABC order, idioms, vowel patterns, parts of speech, syllables, sentence structure, and more! Easy to differentiate for different levels of learners. The structure and visuals make these centers engaging and applicable! These centers are GREAT for children with autism and special needs!
- title page with visual direction for each of the 10 centers
- Directions for setup with photos
- worksheets and/or prompts
- binder covers and labels for all 10 centers
- visual schedule
- label for the center
- visual literacy center rules
- visual "So you think you're done?"
This resource contains
1. A highly visual, interactive and fully editable 24 slide PowerPoint lesson on the National Curriculum Year 2 Homophone / Near Homophones their / there / they're. There are two versions. One with a female presenter and one with a male presenter. The resource explains the meaning of the homophones - their, there and they're - and explains when they are used with examples. Opportunities are also provided for pupils to choose the correct homophone.
2. An information sheet that explains the meaning of the homophones - their, there and they're - and when they are used with examples.
3. 4 worksheets in which pupils have to select / compose sentences using the correct their / there / they're homophones. The worksheets are available in both pdf and word formats to allow editing and personalisation of worksheets.
Appropriate for year 2 pupils and older SEND students.
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