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math manipulatives - ten frame templates

math manipulatives - ten frame templates

A collection of ten frame templates. produced in plain text with no pictures making this resource suitable for adult learns with learning needs or those who find pictures distracting.
misssez
FREE What I did Over The Weekend

FREE What I did Over The Weekend

This is a great activity for those students who have limited language and echolalia, early age and children with autism. They kids are given the choices to answer the “what” question that will help to make a short conversation about their weekend. There are 6 pages to be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. You`ll get 2 sets of cards - one icluding picture names in border bottom and the second one including only the picture. Use velcro on the back side of each card.
angiesiddd
Modes of transport sentence building using colourful semantics

Modes of transport sentence building using colourful semantics

Use colourful semantics to describe modes of transport and their movement style. 3 levels of sentence building. UK and US versions of colour/color included in folder 2 KEY WORD: WHAT? (noun/type of transport) WHERE? (place) 3 KEY WORD: WHAT? IS DOING? (Verb, how the transport moves) WHERE? 4 KEY WORD: COLOUR/COLOR?, WHAT? IS DOING? WHERE? BONUS: Writing sheets with multi level writing options. . Includes symbols with both full colour and white background with coloured borders. Information page is provided on how to use the colourful semantics system. *Colorful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colorful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets/taskcards are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Non standard measuring SEN, Early Years, and Primary

Non standard measuring SEN, Early Years, and Primary

15 worksheets for fun activities to measure everyday objects in the classroom using non standard measurements. Suitable for SEN, Early Years, Primary and Preschoolers. Non standard measurements used: counters, cubes, feet, hands and paperclips (it may be an idea to have blue tac on hand for measuring larger objects with counters and paperclips to make it easier for visual learners to see how many were needed to measure each object.
smidgealot
Weighing standard and non standard SEN, Early Years and Primary

Weighing standard and non standard SEN, Early Years and Primary

Weighing using standard and non standard measurements. 24 activity worksheets. Identifying which object is heaviest and lightest from a choice of 2 after weighing them using cubes, counters (non standard) or grams (standard). Suitable for SEN, Early Years, Primary, Preschoolers. 24 worksheets in total (18 suitable for lower abilities, 12 for middle and 18 suitable for higher abilities). As an extension higher ability pupils should be challenged to make their own worksheet - what objects will they choose and can they estimate which will be heaviest and lightest, then weigh the objects and check if their estimate was correct? 18 worksheets for lower abilities- 6 for identifying which is heavier and lighter (using balancing scales place one of the objects one side and the other object at the opposite side of the scales, then see which side moves down showing the heaviest object). 12 worksheets for lower and middle abilities to use balancing scales to compare 2 everyday items, then use photos to cut out, stick and glue, or if able to write they can write their answer in the correct column (non standard). 6 worksheets for higher abilities to use scales to weigh and record the weight of objects in grams, then to identify which one was heaviest and which was lightest (standard). They can also use the 12 worksheets using counters and cubes to weigh the objects. To make it harder get them to estimate the number first, before checking how close they were.
smidgealot
Sorting boards for play vet's surgery

Sorting boards for play vet's surgery

Sort and select suitable labels for headings on pretend information leaflets on the vet’s surgery bulletin board. Alternatively make simple notices for a blank board and then list some rules for caring for a pet.
butterbeans65
Printable worksheets for doubling and halving plus a game.

Printable worksheets for doubling and halving plus a game.

Here are two printable worksheets for practicing halving and doubling. Each has a picture of a ‘machine’ : numbers that go in come out either doubled or halved. One example is filled in but the rest are left blank so you can print off a copy and write in the numbers you want your class to work on before photocopying. A third worksheet lets the pupils design a machine for a friend. Also included is a printable instruction sheet for a doubling game for two players…
frog1
Pencil Control - circle and oval shapes

Pencil Control - circle and oval shapes

This handwriting workbook circles and ovals has been developed to help four to five year olds with their eye-hand coordination. This skill is essential in accurate and effective handwriting. These 10 worksheets will help them to learn how to correctly draw circles and ovals and therefore letters like C and O. The fun and imaginative illustrations will keep them engaged throughout the exercise and once they master drawing the various sizes of circles and ovals you can award them with a certificate of completion. Whether in a classroom with others or on their own during home study, this handwriting workbook will make learning the patterns essential for handwriting so much fun.
HelpwithHandwriting
Home made play dough. Eleven and a half recipes plus lots of ideas.

Home made play dough. Eleven and a half recipes plus lots of ideas.

Here is a collection of recipes for home made play doughs plus lots of variations and ideas for topic related activities. Also included are activities that can be used to develop skills for assessment against the Early Learning Goals. This resource is also suitable for use by practitioners working with pupils with special educational needs.
frog1
Interactive book: Rooms in the house

Interactive book: Rooms in the house

Match, lift and reveal books develop book handling and reading skills. The interactive books actively engage students in the reading process by allowing them to match or choose pictures and then reveal sentences. CORE VOCAB: Learn the names for rooms in the house 2 LEVELS: Level 1: Decorated rooms: match picture to picture. Level 2: Empty rooms: add pictures to the empty books USE AS BOOKS OR TASK CARDS: Turn into an interactive books OR use as task cards where students are given options of different furniture and have to choose the correct furniture for each room.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish