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Hazards at the Beach Picture

Hazards at the Beach Picture

This resource has three differentiated levels to identify hazards at the beach. You can find more beach safety resources here: https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/search/?fwp_topic=beach-safety

By ClassroomSecrets

Beach Safety Hazards Worksheets

Beach Safety Hazards Worksheets

This resource is available in 3 differentiated levels and focuses on beach safety flags and their meanings. You can find more beach safety resources here: https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/search/?fwp_search=beach%20safety

By ClassroomSecrets

Seaside topic, rainbow fish, KS1, SEN, ASD, autism

Seaside topic, rainbow fish, KS1, SEN, ASD, autism

Resources used with a mixed age group of children with autism when reading the Rainbow Fish during our seaside topic. Sheet to generate describing words before writing about the Rainbow Fish, a wordsearch, 'feelings' activity for children who struggle to imagine how a character may feel, grammar activity (identify if a sentence needs a question mark or full stop). As there is a starfish in the book, we also learnt about starfish, using a symbol supported fact sheet to answer reading comprehension questions (differentiated).

By jlp76

Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch, seaside topic, KS1, SEN, ASD

Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch, seaside topic, KS1, SEN, ASD

This is a pack of Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch resources I have used during a seaside topic with a mixed aged (KS1 / KS2) group of learners with autism. It includes a planning sheet to think about the lighthouse keeper's cottage, differentiated TEACCH style structured sheets to support writing about the Grinling's cottage, and images of the cottage for pupils to stick in their books before writing about the cottage. There is also a word mat to support spellings and jog memories. There is a mindmap type sheet to encourage pupils to reflect upon what the Grinlings thought about the naughty seagulls. There is a symbol supported powerpoint about lighthouses and a lighthouse fact sheet for children to complete. There are also differentiated grammar sheets for learners to decide whether to use 'and' or 'but' in a sentence.

By jlp76

End of Year Summer Fun Activities

End of Year Summer Fun Activities

78% saving! Take the pressure off you and your students with a range of fun activities for the end of year. Quizzes, colouring, visuals and more. Enjoy the hols when they arrive!

By StartEducation

The Sea Literature & Composition

The Sea Literature & Composition

Here are six pieces of writing about ‘The Sea’, and six different writing assignments to go with them! Topics include: poems evoking the rhythms of the Sea, legends of being swallowed whole by a fish (and spat out again!), sea creatures described by Jules Verne, the Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway, the awesome strength of the sea, and a magical sea in a fairy fantasy by George MacDonald. Writing assignments vary – from imagining someone’s thoughts who is alone out at sea, to making a comprehensive list of sea creatures, to writing a poem that represents the coming and going of waves on the sea shore, to writing a conversation between an old sailor and a young person. An image of Aivazovky’s beautiful painting Ship "Twelve Apostles" is included (both in colour and in black and white) to be used as decoration on the student’s notebook. Literature & Composition collections are suitable for students who are ready to read and study different types of literature in small quantities. For example, instead of an entire novel or scholarly work, a small sample of each (which can stand on its own) will be presented. This way, the intermediate student has an opportunity to stretch their reading abilities without being discouraged. Each book contains six different writing samples that share a common theme. The writing assignments vary in length and are intended to inspire the student to try writing in different forms and styles.

By canadianwinter

A Penny A Day Reading Comprehension

A Penny A Day Reading Comprehension

The rich descriptive language in this gentle fairy-tale by classic children’s author Walter de la Mare is balanced by a simple and unique story. Read a page a day and answer five reading comprehension questions in a notebook of your own (29 pages and 145 questions in total). If your child is ready to read more advanced English, but not old enough for the mature content of classics like Treasure Island, ‘A Penny A Day’ is a good choice. Excerpt: ‘Whenever Griselda had time to herself, which was very seldom, she would climb up by the broken weed-grown steps to the very top of the Castle tower, and sit there looking out over the green cliffs and the vast flat blue of the ocean. When the sea-winds had blown themselves out she would search the beach for driftwood in the thin salt spray blown in on the wind, the only human creature to be seen. And the sea-birds would scream around her while the slow, toppling Atlantic breakers shook the earth with their thunder.’

By canadianwinter

Writing a seaside story

Writing a seaside story

This is a theme/ writing lesson linked to seasides. It is about a dog called Daisy going to the seaside. Included is a flipchart and planning that you will need to teach the lesson.

By AmyWarner09