Activity sheet with a large world map in the centre.
Labels for the continents and oceans at the top and bottom, students can cut and stick or link up with lines. They're then asked to find their home country and label it to understand where it is in the world.
Great to photocopy onto A3 to increase the map size.
1. PowerPoint Lesson - explaining when to use 'ge' or 'dge' at the end of works ending in the phoneme /j/. 26 slides in total. (The /dʒ/ sound spelt as ge and dge at the end of words National curriculum , English programmes of study Year 2)
This resource includes a fully editable, interactive and highly visual powerpoint lesson explaining when to use 'ge' or 'dge' at the end of words.
Content of powerpoint includes
- Rules for adding 'dge' and 'ge' (long and short vowel sounds, 'ge' after letters 'r' and 'n' as in large and fridge)
- Opportunities to practise spellings
- Individual / paired / group timed activity - finding as many' dge' and 'ge' words as possible in 5 minutes)
2. A set of 15 differentiated worksheets on words ending in 'ge' or 'dge' at the end of words. (The /dʒ/ sound spelt as ge and dge at the end of words National curriculum , English programmes of study Year 2)
Content and tasks include:
1. Missing words worksheets. (2 differentiated)
2. Anagrams - (3 differentiated)
3. Sets of spellings - 4 worksheets
4. Using ge / dge words in sentences (2 differentiated worksheets)
5. Word searches (3 differentiated)
6. Sorting words into ge / dge / vower 'r' / vowel 'n' categories (1 worksheet)
Appropriate for Year 2 pupils and older SEN students who have yet to master the basics in phonics.