Save yourself HOURS of work with this lovely interactive resource pack providing practice materials for the pseudo words that children will encounter during the year one phonics screening check. <br />
The pack contains 2 colourful PowerPoint presentations, 2 sets of printable flash cards, a lesson plan and an activity sheet. The resources would provide a numerous lesson and can be used year on year. <br />
The pack focuses solely on the pseudo words as in my experience, these tend to be the words children find most challenging in the check, even for able readers. <br />
The materials have been carefully prepared following the principles of the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) screening checks, ensuring a broad coverage of sounds including vowel digraphs and common consonant blends.
Get your class thinking and talking every morning with 200 fun challenges!<br />
Simply put up a slide from the PowerPoint show each day, ready for the children to look at as they come in to the classroom.<br />
Ask the children to use their imaginations, tackle design challenges and consider the properties of different materials. <br />
Example questions:<br />
Imagine that you have found a magic ticket. What could you use it for?<br />
How many things can you think of that are spotty?<br />
Can you design a new kit for a football player?<br />
Who do you think each pair of shoes belongs to?<br />
Make a list of things that roll.<br />
Younger children could draw pictures to show their ideas while older children can write lists and sentences. <br />
Also included is a grid showing the key learning objectives that will be covered for each year group. The Year 1 and 2 objectives are taken from the 2014 National Curriculum.
A revision resource for the KS2 Spelling Punctuation and Grammar SAT (SPAG) aimed at Year 6 and Year 5. Contains an explanation, examples and original test questions for each topic. An ideal resource for SATs revision and booster sessions for small groups or whole class work.
Hours of engaging, cross-curricula learning for your class containing dozens of Mayan activities.<br />
5 separate lesson packs (each between 2 hrs and 3 lessons long) plus a mini-Mayan colouring book.<br />
- Chichen Itza Art lesson (up to 3 lessons)<br />
- Create your own Mayan creative/big writing stimuli (up to 3 lessons)<br />
- Mayan Scary day creative/big writing stimuli lesson (2 hours) <br />
- Mayan Time Detectives (holistic research-2 hours)<br />
- Mayan Time Detectives Clothing and Possessions (2 hours)<br />
- Mini Mayan colouring book<br />
Every lesson comes with full teachers' notes and everything you need to teach the lesson.<br />
Lots of opportunities for gaining new knowledge, demonstrating existing knowledge and using and applying learning creatively.<br />
For more information on each lesson see individual listings on TES.<br />
Images either sourced from openclipart.org or owned by tftf and copyrighted.
This lesson was created as an introduction to the prejudice and discrimination unit of work. It incorporates lots of activities such as discussion, card sorting and independent study based on the provided resources. The lesson is fully resourced and ready to teach.
Three powerpoints describe and evaluate the Scientific methods, Revelation, the Big Bang, the First Cause theory, Evolution, Design and the Anthropic Principle. The Big Bang and Evolution are also compared to the Biblical Account. Most of the slides have been checked by my son who has Mears Irlens Syndrome
This set of ‘Edit and Review’ stickers are ideal for use with a KS1 or SEN group. The sticker is a prompt for children to check for :<br />
-capital letters<br />
-finger spaces<br />
-their personal target e.g. use two adjectives<br />
I use these stickers after the children have done an extended piece of writing as a prompt when they are independently reviewing their own work. The children particularly enjoy ticking each box as they check. <br />
The artwork is set up to be able to print onto blank sticker sheets. These can be purchased from a wide range of retailers. These are a standard size (65 to an A4 page). You could, of course, choose to simply print them, chop them up and stick them in with PVA.
A 3-week literacy scheme based on 'Room on the Broom;' 'The Gruffalo;' 'The Gruffalo’s Child;' and 'The Smartest Giant in Town.' Other topics covered: language choice; familiar settings; stories.</p>Lesson plans with lots of activities. Appropriate for Early Childhood Education (Pre-K and younger). ECE-LT-pa, ECE-LT-al, ECE-LT-pc, ECE-LT-vo, ECE-LT-fl, ECE-LT-co, ECE-LT
A great resource to use with your class for revision at the end of the year.
The homepage contains different buttons each linking you to a different task for this topic. On every slide you can go back to the homepage.
Contains a mixture of exam questions, knowledge checks, key words and videos.
Great opportunity to get students involved in selecting numbers to keep them active and engaged in their revision