Year 3 Literacy Lesson Plans

Year 3 Literacy Lesson Plans

Over 20 curriculum focused literacy-technology lesson plans and resources. Integrate ICT with ease in your lessons by boosting teacher competence in ICT, making Curriculum connections, reflecting on your ICT teaching and learning, using successful ICT teaching strategies and effective classroom management strategies just to name a few. Over 100 pages.
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Number Match Cards 1-20 English Number Recognition and Counting Kindy Preschool Kids

Number Match Cards 1-20 English Number Recognition and Counting Kindy Preschool Kids

Product Description Bright and cute number matching cards for young people learning the English Language. Cards go from 1 - 20 and show a range of cute animals which kids can also learn the English word for. Includes the number, the number name, & animal names. 5 pages in total, 4 cards to a page. A great, fun resource which can be used over and over for learning numbers and animals in English. language resources, vocabulary, english vocabulary, english vocabulary activity, kids activity, kids vocabulary, learning english, english animal names, animals, preschool resources, preschool number, preschool animals, animal names, kids activity, kids animals, kids numbers, numbers, learning animals, toddler animals, toddler numbers, printable activity, printable, printables, matching activity, number matching, animal matching, educational, preschool
spannarosy
Around the World Summer Camp- DAY 1 (Geography, KS2 KS3, EFL)

Around the World Summer Camp- DAY 1 (Geography, KS2 KS3, EFL)

This was originally taught to Korean Middle School EFL students for a fun art and craft/cooking camp however it is written entirely in English. The aim of this summer camp is for the students to have fun and to learn about different countries and cultures around the world. Each day will focus on a different country and we will learn some facts, look at famous places, food and do an art and craft activity associated with the country. At the start of each day students will guess the country. When I reveal the flag they must copy it onto their ‘passport’ sheet. If students behave well or win a task they receive a sticker on their passport. The student with the most stickers at the end of the camp will win a prize. Day 1: Introduce the summer camp and different monuments and buildings around the world. Today focuses on lots of games and team building activities so that everyone gets to know each other.  Activity 1: Icebreaker Students are given a ‘passport worksheet where they write their name, age, favorite food, favorite place in Korea and three places they would like to visit in the future. They should complete this quite quickly 5-10 minutes. When everyone has finished I pass the ball and when they catch it the student must say something about themselves and introduce themselves to the rest of the class.  Team game (1): Guess where it is from Students look at the famous buildings/monuments from around the world. In teams they must guess which country they think it is from. The team with the most correct will win travel stickers in their passport.  Team game (2): Build a tower In teams students have 30minutes to build a monument/tower using only dried spaghetti, peppero sticks and marshmallows. They have to work together as a team and at the end they can win points based on how tall, how wide and how unique their building is. The winning team gains stickers for their passport.  Lunch Students are given cooked sausage, cucumbers, crackers and cube cheese. Individually on their plate they have to cut slices and try to build the tallest tower. The person with the tallest ‘tower’ wins a sticker for their passport. They can then eat these and the snacks from earlier for lunch.  Team game (3): Jenga race In teams students take it in turns to race forwards and take a block out of the jenga tower. They must then run back to their team and try to build another structure. The team with the tallest structure at the end (whose original building hasn’t fallen over!) are the winners and gain stickers for their passports.  Art and Crafts Using clay, students must make a small keyring or magnet in the shape of a famous building or monument from the lesson. Seoul Tower, Eiffel Tower, Pyramid, Big Ben etc.
lofford1
Idioms Quiz for European Day of Languages

Idioms Quiz for European Day of Languages

This is a fun quiz about idioms from various languages. It contains quiz questions with sound effects, fun pictures and the solution at the end. Great to start a discussion around foreign languages!
Lorilai
Outdoor Learning - Sound Postcards

Outdoor Learning - Sound Postcards

This resource allows you to create a very simple Sound Postcard. Maximise your time in the Outdoors by listening to the sounds you hear all around you. This is designed to used in both KS1 and KS2. A very simple resource. You can find more information on my website www.garethmate.com
gm8ty30
Grammar HOT sale!!!

Grammar HOT sale!!!

There are many worksheets collected here that will help you easily learn grammar and make lessons interesting!!!
Olynj
14  Song / Listening comprehension worksheets for students with key

14 Song / Listening comprehension worksheets for students with key

1: Song ‘A Million Dreams’ Listening comprehension worksheets +keys 2: Firework song comprehension English listening skills + poetic devices description 3: Never Say Never by Justin Bieber 4: ‘This Is Me’ listening comprehension Worksheets +Theme + Keys 5: Jason Drulo Song ‘Colors’ FIFA World Cup 2018 worksheets+ Key 6: Moana Song ’ How Far I’ll Go’ Listening Comprehension worksheets with Key & Analysis 7: Song Moana You’re Welcome by Dwayne Johnson comprehension worksheets with keys 8: ‘Song Home By Nick Jonas from the movie Ferdinand -worksheets with keys. 9: Shakira dare La La La 10: Beauty and the Beast - Tale as old as time 11: stand up for the champions 12: Tangled Movie Song’ I See the Light’ 13: Song comprehension Sami Yusuf 'You came to me’ 14: When i get older - waving flags’ Comprehension Worksheet with Key An interesting and engaging method of listening comprehension through a song. The songs are throughly enjoyed by the students and make them glued to their seats. learning through fun is the idea.
tacss
Year 1 Literacy - Imaginative Text (Lesson Plans)

Year 1 Literacy - Imaginative Text (Lesson Plans)

Literacy lesson plans based on the requirements of the Australian Curriculum (Primary) that includes ICT teaching strategies, curriculum mapping, practical and immediately actionable advice on how to improve your own ICT capability for the lesson, and resources to help you track the progress of student capabilities in ICT .
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Year 1 Literacy - Informative Text

Year 1 Literacy - Informative Text

For Year 1 Primary teachers to develop student ICT capability in literacy teaching. This lesson plan comes with a curriculum map, ICT teaching strategies and can be used when teaching about Informative Text in the Australian Curriculum.
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Food flashcards.

Food flashcards.

Food flashcards.These flashcards help students to distinguish different kinds of food. This printable includes only colorful pictures. With these variety of flashcards we can also do a memory game!
Olynj
Vegetables Picture Scrambles

Vegetables Picture Scrambles

Directions for use: The aim of this activity is for children to cut the pictures along the dotted lines, and then to order them correctly to spell a word. Children glue the pictures on the recording page provided and then write the word that they have built.
Olynj
Problem solving pictures

Problem solving pictures

A simple resource I created for ESL children. Children need to cut and paste the solution to the problem. All in picture format. Children can then talk through the pictures. I made this because all examples I found were in written format and beyond the level of my children.
buttababez
Earth Day - 3 word searches - 3 levels

Earth Day - 3 word searches - 3 levels

Earth Day - 3 word searches - 3 levels 3 fun, no prep printable word search worksheets for Earth Day, April 22nd. Includes 3 versions for different levels of difficulty. No prep, just print and you’re ready to go! Have a look at the preview to see the words used. Level 1 is suitable for grades 1 and 2. Words are hidden across and down only. Level 2 is suitable for grades 3 and 4. Words are hidden across, down and diagonally. Level 3 is suitable to grades 5+. Words are hidden across, down, diagonally and backwards.
jenniferlcrespin
Alphabet Activities, Match Capital/Lower case letters Puzzles, Trace over dots, Cut /Paste - PreK/K

Alphabet Activities, Match Capital/Lower case letters Puzzles, Trace over dots, Cut /Paste - PreK/K

This product relates to alphabet activities for Pre-K/K, SEN and EFl/ESL students. Learning Objectives: To begin to learn about alphabetic order and matching upper to lower case letters. To identify initial sounds in words and match to pictures. <strong>Content:</strong> • Teacher’s notes • 2 Sets of Aa-Zz puzzle pieces – Cut/paste • Aa-Zz -Matching letters of the alphabet to pictures • Aa-Zz - Tracing over letters and matching to pictures <strong>Product Description</strong> Cut and Paste to match Puzzle pieces Place a selection of Aa – Zz puzzle sheets on tables for children to cut out and match upper and lower case letters and stick into workbook or on a separate sheet of paper. They can trace inside the letters with different color pencils (rainbow tracing). For the capital letter part of the puzzle ask children to write words beginning with capital letters such as their name if it begins with that letter, a city, day or month, a place of interest etc and draw pictures. For the lower case part of the puzzle, ask children to write and draw things beginning with that letter that does not always begin with a capital letter. Please see sample preview in preview pane. Matching letters to pictures and color activity ‘Aa is for’ to ‘Zz is for’ activity – tell children they need to color in the picture that begins with that letter and not to color in the other pictures. Tracing over letters and matching to pictures This alphabet activity is similar to the above except that the children trace over the dots. File Type: Word and PDF Thank you for visiting my shop:-) For British version https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/alphabet-activities-match-capital-lower-case-letters-puzzles-trace-over-dots-cut-paste-eyfs-ks1-11864137 Credits: Clipart Puzzles from Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah Designs Free images via Google Images; www.pixabaycom and publicdomainpictures.net
Ro_Milli0110
D O B B L E Spring  Easter Game

D O B B L E Spring Easter Game

D O B B L E Spring Game This popular game is great for starting vocabulary learning. There are thirty one cards with 6 pictures of spring in each. Each student takes a card and puts it in front of him. Then the teacher puts one card from the pile into the cent. The one who spots the same picture in the card and names it first gets the card from the cent. You need to get more cards to win.
Olynj
Women's History Month - 6 word searches - 3 levels

Women's History Month - 6 word searches - 3 levels

Women’s History Month - 6 word searches - 3 levels 6 fun, no prep printable word search worksheets for Women’s History Month. Each set includes 3 versions for different levels of difficulty. One set uses vocabulary that demonstrates character, strength and morals. The other set uses the names of historical and contemporary influential women. No prep, just print and you’re ready to go! Level 1 is suitable for grades 1 and 2. Words are hidden across and down only. Level 2 is suitable for grades 3 and 4. Words are hidden across, down and diagonally. Level 3 is suitable to grades 5+. Words are hidden across, down, diagonally and backwards. Follow my store for updates on new resources, and please take a moment to leave feedback on this product. Thanks!
jenniferlcrespin
Literacy Across the Curriculum - Bundle

Literacy Across the Curriculum - Bundle

This bundle combines resources for: Improving handwriting Assessing the gaps in a student’s literacy skills so the teacher knows what needs to be improve upon Practical strategies for teachers to differentiate reading material to make it accessible for all pupils - regardless of their ability range A grid outlining explicitly the active literacy skills that are embedded in the content of all subjects in secondary schools A resource for engaging reluctant readers A resource for Parents’ Evening to show concerned parents simple techniques that will help them to build their child’s spelling skills at home This bundle supports all subjects across the curriculum - including SEN and EAL groups too
chirpyandcheerful
GO FISH game. Shapes

GO FISH game. Shapes

Activity Five cards are dealt to each player if three to six players are involved. With only two players, seven cards are dealt to each. All remaining cards are placed face down in a pile. First, choose a player to go first. n each persons turn, ask any player for a specific card rank. For example: Sarah, please give me all your ovals. You must already hold at least one card of the rank you ask for. If the player you ask has any cards of the requested rank, she must give all of her cards of that rank to you. In the example, Sarah would have to give you all of her ovals. If you get one or more cards from the player you ask, you get another turn. It starts again and you may ask any player for any rank you already hold, including the same one you just asked for. If the person you ask has no relevant cards, they say, Go fish. You then draw the top card from the draw pile. If you happen to draw a card of the rank asked for, show it to the other players and your turn continues. Otherwise, it is the next players turn. You add the drawn card to your hand. NOTE: The next player is the one who said Go fish. When you collect a set of four cards of the same rank, immediately show the set to the other players and place the four cards face down in front of yourself. That is a match. Go Fish continues until either someone has no cards left in their hand or the draw pile runs out. The winner is the player who then has the most matches (sets of four). For younger children you can deem matches a pair of a rank (2 cards instead of 4) which allows them to win a few extra times and keeps the game moving.
Olynj
Spring word search

Spring word search

Spring word search These are 3 fun, no prep printable word search worksheets for spring. 3 versions are included for different levels of difficulty. No prep, just print and you’re ready to go! Level 1 is suitable for grades 1 and 2. 10 words are hidden across and down only. Level 2 is suitable for grades 3 and 4. 20 words are hidden across, down and diagonally. Level 3 is suitable to grades 5+. 20 words are hidden across, down, diagonally and backwards. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferlcrespin
Leprechaun's feelings and states (10 flashcards, 2 sets of wordcards and 200+ min of fun!)

Leprechaun's feelings and states (10 flashcards, 2 sets of wordcards and 200+ min of fun!)

Feelings and emotions are something difficult for young learners to talk about. Use these funny pictures of Leprechaun to spark a discussion about feelings. Two sets of word cards will help older children express the language of emotions, enabling them to empathize with others. Regular flashcards activities (matching, sorting, what’s missing, I spy, pelmanism etc.) can be used to add extra fun. **Skills involved: **observing, comparing, expressive and receptive language, empathy. Good luck and Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
victoria_patutina
Foundation Literacy Lesson Plans with ICT Teaching Strategies

Foundation Literacy Lesson Plans with ICT Teaching Strategies

Want to integrate ICT ? This teaching resource covers the General Capability - ICT - in the Australian Curriculum and follows other key literacy teaching and curriculum context. It includes ICT teaching strategies, lesson plans, suggestions for delivering the lesson, activity planning sheets, student activities and other useful resources to have in the classroom.
ictesolutionsau
My Play Post Office Savings Book and pretend gift card

My Play Post Office Savings Book and pretend gift card

CCW Cursive Dotted 1 required. My play Post Office Savings Book promotes counting in 1’s, 2’s and 5’s with practise for writing corresponding numerals, words and simple adds. There is a space for stating and drawing a picture of what the child wants to save for and how much it will cost from ‘pretend 1p to £50’ (also in pretend euros and cents). Great for fine motor when used with play stamps. Alternatively squares can be colored in. Also included is a ‘pretend gift card’ and corresponding receipt to fill out.
butterbeans65
World Landmarks Photo Poster Display Pack

World Landmarks Photo Poster Display Pack

This World Landmarks Photo Poster Display Pack can be used for classroom displays, as well as being a super visual resource to engage students as they begin their learning journey about World Landmarks! Lots of talking and listening, plus many questions should ensue! The photo posters are colourful and vibrant, and each includes a name label. Print onto photographic paper or cardstock and laminate for durability. CONTENT • Cover • 15 x Labelled World Landmarks Photo Posters • TOU/Credits LIST OF WORLD LANDMARKS • Big Ben, England • Stonehenge, England • Colosseum, Italy • Niagara Falls, Canada • Christ the Redeemer, Brazil • The Pyramids, Egypt • Eiffel Tower, France • Grand Canyon, USA • The Great Wall of China • The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy • Statue of Liberty, USA • Taj Mahal, India • The White House, USA • Tower Bridge, England • Machu Picchu, Peru Please note: these photographs are for personal and classroom use only. PAGE COUNT: 18 RELATED RESOURCES <br /> <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?q=teacherstoolkit photo posters”>All Photo Posters</a></strong><br /> <br /> Teacher’s Toolkit Photo Posters
TeachersToolkit
Vocabulary clip cards for English learners

Vocabulary clip cards for English learners

Read and understand words - vocabulary clip cards for English learners! Over 100 clip cards for kids to read and practice! Looking for an easy EL center or for independent word-reading practice? These clip cards were designed for elementary English learners to practice reading and understanding words independently. Two types of cards are included. Students can decode a word and find the picture that matches, or students can look at a picture and then find the word that matches. An answer key is included for students to independently check their work. Print on cardstock and laminate to use for many years! Some topics included: -personal pronouns (I, she, he, we) -farm animals -zoo animals -routines -jobs/occupations -foods -school supplies -sports equipment -clothes -weather …and more!
missv_el
Cut and Paste vocabulary and writing practice for English Learners

Cut and Paste vocabulary and writing practice for English Learners

Vocabulary practice for English learners! 40 pages of cut and paste vocabulary activities, thematically designed to go with your units or to stand alone as morning work, EL center work, literacy centers, or vocabulary practice! Perfect for newcomer English learners, struggling learners (intervention), special education students, and more! There are 40 pages included (20 thematic activities with 2 levels of differentiation). Topics include: -emotions -personal pronouns -animals -jobs/occupations -school supplies -nature -rooms in a house -weather -transportation …and more!
missv_el
Yes/No Question Task Cards

Yes/No Question Task Cards

Task cards for reading comprehension! These fun task cards include silly and visually engaging questions in which students need to read and understand a yes/no question. A variety of yes/no questions and vocabulary are included to accommodate different language or reading levels. The cards can double as clip cards, too! These are a great resource for English learners or struggling readers - perfect for ESL, special education, EFL, intervention, and more! Question types include: -Does it…/Do ____ have ____? -Can ___ do ___? -Is this a ____? -Can a (noun) (verb)? Vocabulary includes: -transportation -weather -actions -emotions -nature -farm animals -zoo animals -places -fruits/vegetables -and more!
missv_el
Monkey Song

Monkey Song

Taken from the play script Gordon's Jungle Grumble, the monkey rule song is an original simple song written to form part of an assembly or show for Key Stage 1 children. Written specifically for children learning English or Early Years pupils this fun song will enthuse and have your kids singing and dancing along to the monkey jive. This download will give you the lyrics for the song. You can enjoy listening via the Youtube link https://youtu.be/V5nBOEo_t4s If you would like the backing track without the vocals and all the accompanying teacher notes for the show it can be downloaded as part of the script for Gordon's Jungle Grumble. Thank you in advance for your download and look out for more fun songs and stories coming to my store soon...Any feedback is much appreciated.
ClassBerry
TES Store Catalogue

TES Store Catalogue

Our ESL Store Catalogue will give you an overview of all that Kinney Brothers Publishing has to offer! From full textbook downloads, to charts, games, and activities, get the details of what's in store! Download, peruse at your leisure, and link directly from this pdf file!
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The Twits  simplified story,  activities, cooking and worksheets for KS2, EFL, TEFL, Summer camp

The Twits simplified story, activities, cooking and worksheets for KS2, EFL, TEFL, Summer camp

Day 3 of my Roald Dahl themed summer camp (originally taught to Korean EFL students) It includes: *A simplified version of the story using Quentin Blake illustrations. * A memory game based on food items found in Mr Twit’s beard and worksheet. *Scavenger Hunt worksheet and clues (which are printed and hidden around the school- the first pair to find all the words win!) *Birds Nest Crispy Cakes Recipe *Mrs Twit’s spaghetti toasties recipe *Wordsearch and colouring page
lofford1
James and the Giant Peach  board game, art and cooking activities KS2 summer camp EFL TEFL

James and the Giant Peach board game, art and cooking activities KS2 summer camp EFL TEFL

Day 2 of my Roald Dahl themed Summer Camp (originally for Korean EFL students) Includes: * A short summary of the story- using images from the film and Quentin Blake illustrations * A board game and counters that I made (the same rules as 'snakes and ladders') *Team activity 'Egg Drop' where students must construct a contraption using art supplies to protect their egg when it is dropped from a window. *Instructions to make decorative peach ornaments out of string, paint, balloons and PVA glue (original idea found on pinterest) *Links to recipes for making cookies, peach trifle, ladybird cracker snacks and peach pancakes. *Wordsearch and colouring worksheet. Day 1 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' activities and worksheets are available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/charlie-and-the-chocolate-factory-summer-camp-worksheets-cooking-and-fun-activities-ks2-efl-tefl-11818679?theme=1
lofford1
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory  summer camp, worksheets, cooking and fun activities KS2 EFL TEFL

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory summer camp, worksheets, cooking and fun activities KS2 EFL TEFL

This was Day 1 of my Roald Dahl themed EFL summer camp. It includes art activities, games and cooking ideas based on the book ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’.The day followed this plan: Introduction 1. Introduce the story and characters 2. Students use the worksheet to draw themselves in the style of Quentin Blake and write about their favourite things. 3. Allocate students into teams and they introduce themselves to the rest of their team. Team Games 1. Chocolate relay Race - Students must run to unwrap the chocolate twix bar and then feed it to the next person in their team. 2. Balloon Popping Game - In teams students must throw the darts to try and pop the balloons. The team to pop the most wins points. 3. Golden Egg and Spoon Race - Students must race around the room, against the other team, whilst balancing an egg on a spoon. If they drop the egg they must restart and go again. The winning team wins points. 4. Design a candy -Introduce different ingredients (unscramble the letters for EFL) -Taste Test (students try to describe what they are eating whilst blindfolded) - Introduce Willy Wonka’s strange inventions. - In teams the students must think of a new type of chocolate bar/candy. -Students draw and describe their invention using the worksheet and make posters. - Teams present their invention to the rest of the class (my personal favourites were flying insect sweets and ‘King Candy’ that tasted like gold and made you feel like royalty for an hour… kids can be so imaginative!) -The most interesting new candy invention will win points. Art and Crafts 1. Clay Photo frames -Using coloured card, PVA glue, paints and clay students decorate their individual photo frames. 2. Photobooth Props - Students make props and costumes for the photobooth- including small hats, funny hairstyles, bowties, cut out candy bars and golden tickets on sticks that they can hold and pose with. A group photo is then chosen and printed to go in the frame as a fun reminder of the camp. Cooking 1. Willy Wonka Bread - Students spread butter or Nutella onto their sliced bread and decorate with sprinkles. These sandwiches can be cut into shapes and eaten… - As they eat their sandwiches students can watch the movie with subtitles. - If they finish early or don’t want to watch the movie they can complete the wordsearch worksheet. 2. Chocolate fondue and fruit slices on sticks. 3. Wonka fudge and Oompa Loompa cheesecake pops- I found these online and have included images and links to the recipes in the ppt. 4. Augustus Gloop Chocolate Slime -Again found online. I did not have time to try this with my students but there is a link to the instructions. *Not edible!
lofford1