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Addie the Alien - Cursive Handwriting - Interactive Ppt and Worksheets

Addie the Alien - Cursive Handwriting - Interactive Ppt and Worksheets

The Addie the Alien is an Accelerated Learning Program that supports children absorb information quicker and retain it for longer. All the techniques have been carefully researched by neuroscientists, educational psychologists and educational experts from around the globe. This is an interactive Ppt that can be used on smart phones, tablets laptops and PCs. The program has been designed so children can get to see how they should write and can trace the outlines given by Addie. Children’s brains are all unique and they absorb information differently. It is important not to just recognise how a child learns and use that technique, but to give the child a variety of methods and allow them to find their own way. This cursive handwriting program has been designed to be used with the video, interactive PowerPoint and the worksheets. Thus using all aspects of the VARK. Visual, Auditory, Reading/Writing and the Kinesthesis. The package has been designed to be relatable to the learner. It is a fun and interactive method, in order to maximise the enjoyment of the art of writing.
carlgarner
Order Form for cafe Role Play to go with Menu

Order Form for cafe Role Play to go with Menu

I made this quick order form for the children to use in the cafe to take orders. They can draw the numicon pattern or write numerals. They can write the initial sound / grapheme when taking orders. Please leave feedback if you download :-) Thanks
Jazbi
National Handwriting Association Free Teacher Toolkit

National Handwriting Association Free Teacher Toolkit

Given away free by the The National Handwriting Association, which is renowned for its amazing resources, tips, courses, INSET and coming soon... free and paid short online courses on every topic. Join for £15 (only £30 for your entire school) and get free instant access to downloadable Tip Sheets for Teachers: Speeding Up, Rules for Handwriting Assessment, Above Year 4, the Importance of Patterns, Writing Grip, Basic Steps, Helping the Older Student, Touch-Typing and Warm Up Exercises. One of the most popular free resources you would have access to is invaluable: Handwriting Difficulties - a checklist of common indicators that children are finding the process of writing difficult and suggested possible strategies for alleviating the problems.
HollyEmmaSwinton
Mixed Case Alphabet Aliens Display

Mixed Case Alphabet Aliens Display

Mixed Case Alphabet Aliens Display: A series of 4 different brightly coloured aliens in spaceships featuring the alphabet in both lower and upper case letters. A fun addition to any classroom. Other matching items are also available. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk
helenrachelcrossley
The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson. Writing and reading worksheets.

The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson. Writing and reading worksheets.

12 Assorted differentiated handwriting, letter recognition, copying, tracing, matching and reading worksheets for students with special educational needs (P-levels- Level1). The worksheets are very repetitive to help students to feel confident and build their knowledge step by step. It also can be used for Reception and Year1 Mainstream pupils.
Mycar
Reading/writing activity

Reading/writing activity

My book about me lets the students be creative and write and draw about themselves. Directions: Clip a colorful ribbon through all pages to make a book. Laminate when done the front and back page for durability or all. I had used this activities for my first grade girls to show parents during family night. (14 pages) full page size. Parents and students loved them.
CoyLearning
Reading and Writing Time KS1

Reading and Writing Time KS1

A 20 page PDF workbook for young readers and writers. Each page has a picture as a clue and a few sentences telling the pupil what they have to write about. Activities include All About Me, Superheroes, descriptive and imaginative writing, writing a list, writing a poem, writing book reviews and predicting from the picture clue. There is space for the children to write about 5/6 sentences. This is a suitable resource for emerging readers and writers or SEN children. Pages may be printed out as separate worksheets for display. A powerpoint presentation is included to be used for model writing.
teachercellar
Left and Right Hand Orientation Watches and Wristbands

Left and Right Hand Orientation Watches and Wristbands

This is a super cute, fun and effective way for your kids to learn to differentiate their left from their right. These watches and wristbands were made so that the watches go on the left hand and the wristbands go on the right hand. In this set, you get four color choices plus a white version for your students to color if they wish. Check the preview for a closer look!
nicadez
Log Out! Time to talk to your children! Part 2

Log Out! Time to talk to your children! Part 2

A ‘MUST’ at ever school’s Parents’ Workshops! Assists schools in raising parents awareness of the importance of developing children's early communication skills  An invaluable tool for every caring parent and carer on how to develop their children’s early communication skills!  This course explores the reasons for the decline in young children’s early communication skills  It offers practical suggestions on how to effectively use the senses to elicit positive responses from children and encourage them to talk  Includes practical tips that parents can do to boost their children’s early language skills to ensure that they are well prepared for school  Offers practical tips, suggestions and ideas of activities that develop children’s confidence and independence in leading conversations  Develops parents’ awareness of age related expectations  Offers insight on how to identify when something is wrong Part 2 includes: • Age related expectations: What children are expected to know and do under 12 months, at first birthday, 24 and 36 months. • How to promote early communication skills at ages: one, two, three, four and five years’ old • Signs that something may be wrong • Summary tips on how to promote early language skills
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HoHow to promote children's early communication skills- A Practitioners' Guide

HoHow to promote children's early communication skills- A Practitioners' Guide

A practical based online course developed for people working in Early Childhood education. Practitioners will develop increased awareness of the importance of early communication in building a secure foundation for acquisition of literacy skills. The course explores a range of effective strategies that enable children to develop crucial literacy skills. It includes activity workbooks with suggested responses which assists practitioners to check, reflect and explore how they would use acquired skills and knowledge in their practice. Part 1 consists of three modules: Module 1: Why is early communication and language development important? Module 2: What are the key communication skills children are expected to have by the end of their first year in school? Module 3: A snapshot into how to promote children’s early communication skills Part 2 consists of three modules: Module 1: How to identify when a child has communication difficulties Module 2: How to create a language rich environment Module 3: Strategies to support children with limited communication skills Part 3 consists of three modules Module ! Devise an action plan to address the training needs Module 2 Identify the range of specific training that your staff needs and how to address them Module 3 Explore a range of ways that you can empower parents to support their children’s learning effectively
schoolspeerexchange
How to promote children's early communication skills- A Practitioners Guide Part 2

How to promote children's early communication skills- A Practitioners Guide Part 2

A practical based online course developed for people working in Early Childhood education. Practitioners will develop increased awareness of the importance of early communication in building a secure foundation for acquisition of literacy skills. The course explores a range of effective strategies that enable children to develop crucial literacy skills. It contains activity workbooks with suggested responses which assists practitioners to check, reflect and explore how they would use acquired skills and knowledge in their practice. Part 2 consists of three modules: Module 1: How to identify when a child has communication difficulties Module 2: How to create a language rich environment Module 3: Strategies to support children with limited communication skills
schoolspeerexchange
ABC Play-Doh Mats

ABC Play-Doh Mats

ABC Play-Doh Mats The PDF includes: - Teacher tips - p. 1-3 - ABC Play-Doh Mats - p. 4-29 Teacher Tips: -Materials: You will need Play-Doh. -I recommend lamination or sliding into clear plastic paper folders! -Great to use an anchor charts. Display on a bulletin board or use for classroom decor. Music: Pair the activity with 'ABC Song' from ‘Super Simple Songs' on YouTube. Book: Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book by Dr. Seuss. I hope you enjoy my products. Be sure to leave a rating and follow my store, Creativeteachersabroad. Keep in touch and get more ideas by liking my Facebook page! Letters Included: Upper and Lowercase letters A-Z
creativeteachersabroad