This SOUNDS FOR READING resource consists of 22 worksheets to teach and/or reinforce the split digraph O - E sound. There are opportunities for learning new vocabulary, practicing words and writing sentences using the split digraph. <br /><br />
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This resource is particularly useful for TA's who need extra work for one to one sessions.
I just made this powerpoint after failing to find something that physically shows the ie digraph splitting. I'm going to ask the children to try and read the words on the word list with a partner.\nI&'ll also write the ie grapheme on paper which we can actually split in half.\n\nSorry for the simple appearance, I may jazz it up if I get a chance- otherwise feel free to add clipart etc yourself!
A 5 page visual timetable which I have on my IWB when the children come in each morning. I have also printed it out this year, laminated each day and created a booklet which hangs up in the class and the children turn over each day. So they can see it at anytime of the day. Let me know what you think!
A powerpoint with a think back slide and chick slides which you can edit and print out. The word file has 3 differentiated worksheets for children to use at their tables with the Easter chicks from the powerpoint,
<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>
This simple sheet helps parents of young learners pronounce each phoneme.<br />
This resource can easily be edited to meet the needs of your parents.<br />
It will help parents teach their young learners correctly at home.<br />
In the past, I have given this sheet out to Reception and year 1 parents to enable them to support their children.<br />
Can be used with new staff too!<br />
Can be used to support PHONIC SCREENINNG preparation.