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Ninja Phonics 4 - Interactive Teaching Pack - Early graphemes in longer words

Includes - longer CV combinations such as CCVCC or CCCVC (e.g. crisp, stomp, twist), and 2 syllable words (e.g. carrot, rocket).

This pack contains interactive teaching tools from TES Phonics, revising Phase 2 sounds in the context of blends in longer words. Also provided are resource packs for use in class or at home. These are organised as a series of skills that progress children through the TES phonics programme, which follows the order of Letters and Sounds. Printable assessment materials, including fake and real word cards, and assessment/tracking documents for individuals or whole class, can also be downloaded.

This is a summary of the interactives available (all can be launched from the downloads list of this resource):

Reading book: Book 4 Nip Gets Wet
A lively story ideal for assessing the level of reading achieved through this module. In this story, Nip gets into problems trying to chase a frog.

Teaching tools:
Flash Cards - Daily flash cards for introducing new GPCs and the words that use them.
Phoneme Cards - Hide and show cards for blending activities.
Segmenter - Break words apart phonetically to demonstrate spelling.
Fake Word Real Word - Fake and real words to blend and sort. Great for assessment.

Interactive practice games: (these break words up into phonic blocks)
Phonic Picker Game - Choose the missing phoneme to complete the word.
Phonic Jumbler Game - The GPCs are mixed up ... drag them into order to make the word.

Also in this pack are tricky words that will widen the range of sentences that children can read. Interactive flash cards are provided for these:
Tricky words:
> oh, their, people, called, asked, looked, could (Phase 5 Tricky Words)
> today, says, once, friend, school, our, love, else (extra tricky words)
Practise the tricky words with these interactive games:
Spelling Letters - The letters of each word are jumbled and need to be selected in the right order to spell the word.
Spelling Words - Listen to the word and pick its correct spelling from the options.

For an overview of the complete TES Phonics programme, see the document TES Phonics Content Table. A cross-reference document, mapping this programme against the NC objectives and spellings, is also available to download.
By tesPhonics-resources

Year 6 SPaG Interactive Teaching Pack - Revising verbs and adverbs

This TES SPaG revision pack covers verbs (including modal verbs) and their tenses, and using adverbials in sentences to describe actions provide cohesion. The pack is aimed at year 6 as revision for the formal SPaG test of key concepts learned in previous years, and to help teachers identify concepts that may require further practice.

The interactive exercises (listed below) are for whole class or individual practice; printable question sets are provided for each exercise. The verbs and adverbs overview links the games the relevant grammar and vocabulary standards required for the formal SPaG test in the 2015 KS2 English GPS Framework document. There are further teaching packs in tessspag-resources that include teaching materials, grammar guides, worksheets and practice games on verbs and adverbs.

Interactive exercises:
> I can recognise verb tenses revision (revision)
> I can use the correct verb tense (revision)
> I can use modal verbs to show possibility and certainty (revision)
> I can identify an adverb (revision)
> I can use adverbial phrases of time and place (revision)
> I can use adverbs to show possibility and certainty (revision)
> I can use fronted adverbials correctly (revision)
> I can use adverbs to provide cohesion between sentences (revision)
> I can use adverbial phrases to provide cohesion between sentences (revision)

Downloads:
Year 6 Verbs and adverbs - Overview
Year 6 Verbs and adverbs - Question set
By tesSPaG-resources

Times Tables Mastery - 6 Times Table

This TES Number multiplication and division pack provides interactive games and worksheets that support year 4 mental maths objectives.
The resources give pupils valuable practice at very precise levels, plus tips on possible strategies to use. The interactives provide three different types of game-play; the sheets have three or four core exercises, plus optional mental challenges to extend thinking. Each sheet takes a different approach, e.g. using the facts to work out division, or solving puzzles using the times table.

In this pack:

Interactive games: (click to launch from the preview panel or the file listing)
6 times table (to 10 times)
Dividing a number up to 60 by 6
Dividing by 3 or 6 to give an answer up to 10
Dividing by 2, 3, 4 or 6 to give an answer up to 10

Downloads:
Sheet 1 Understanding 6x as a sequence on a number line
Sheet 2 Remembering the 6x table facts
Sheet 3 Using times tables to work out division facts
Sheet 4 Using times tables to solve puzzles and problems
Answer sheet
By tesNumber-resources

Arithmetic: 2016 SATs Paper 1 Question 25 - percentages of four-digit multiples of 10

These resources are practice questions, based mainly on the 2016 Maths SATs papers. Like the actual papers, they are either arithmetic or reasoning questions. Each of the eight questions is of a very similar nature to the original question, making this an ideal revision exercise, either as a classroom resource or as a homework task. The questions are presented in an interactive exercise and on a worksheet with accompanying answers.

This specific set of questions practises finding a given percentage of a four-digit number that is a multiple of 10.
By tesMathsSATsSkills