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Pirates Ahoy! Writing and Literacy Tasks

Pirates Ahoy! Writing and Literacy Tasks

A variety of Literacy TasksWord mat provides useful words and phrases to support writing tasks.Pirate Character Description Sheet with Writing Prompts and Graphics Island Setting for a pirate adventure with further writing promptsSimple Drawing TasksLabel a PirateSentence StripsMapping TaskA great additional resource for a pirates topic. I would be delighted to receive feedback.

By Alice K

Spring  and Easter Poetry Lesson : Acrostic and Free Verse

Spring and Easter Poetry Lesson : Acrostic and Free Verse

Spring /Easter Poetry Learning Intention : to compose Spring Poems/ Easter PoemsPowerPoint presentation which provides a stimulus for a variety of poetry forms- including acrostic style and free verse.Some Spring poems to read, enjoy and perform. Vocabulary and word wall is provided to stimulate composition . In addition, some clip art and a few pro formas for 2nd draft display or publication.I have included several slide files in the preview so teachers can peruse the resource more comprehensively.Hope your learners enjoy composing Spring and Easter poems.Many thanks for free use clip art provided by http://www.clipartlord.com

By Alice K

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Teacher Excel Markbook

Teacher Excel Markbook

This excel spreadsheet can be used to record student's grades. Using a 1-10 system you can record their marks and it will automatically average the grade. If you enter J, K or L in capitals (which is converted into a smiley face) in the effort column it will also average their effort grade. This provides formative feedback and allows progress to be monitored. This is a concept and could easily be adapted for specific use, i.e. Assessment without levels, BTEC etc.

By InformingEducation

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Poems that create images - Similes / Metaphors - March '17 UPDATE

Poems that create images - Similes / Metaphors - March '17 UPDATE

A bumper set of resources initially used in the year 4 topic of: Creating Images with Poetry, Similes and Metaphors. Due to the popularity of this resource I have included a Powerpoint I used for a very successful observation lesson by Ofsted involving describing a beach setting with similes and metaphors. I recently adapted this in this for a year 6 class I took. There is also quite a few poems I have written using Similes and Metaphors in them to create images and a few more resources too including a soothing soundtrack and background to play on your IW on loop.I have continually updated this resource due to its popularity and quality.Please check my other resources out here...https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/dave_orritt

By dave_orritt

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Travel Writing: 8 lessons focusing on non-fiction text analysis and improving persuasive and descriptive writing skills.

Travel Writing: 8 lessons focusing on non-fiction text analysis and improving persuasive and descriptive writing skills.

A series of 8 lessons. 5 Lessons focusing on improving pupils descriptive writing.Lesson 1 focuses on increasing pupils use of adjectives.Lesson 2-3 focus on increasing pupils use of sensory imagery.Lesson 4 focuses on figurative language.Lesson 5 focuses on using effective punctuation and sentence structures.3 lessons focusing on the format of Non-Fiction texts. 1 / 2- Letters and reviews3 -Adverts.All lessons vary tasks and activities to create fun, engaging and well-paced lessons.All lessons use the 1-9 criteria and focus on A05 and A06.

By PhilippaBrooks

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 11 ow (as in slow)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 11 ow (as in slow)

Words with the long vowel sound 'ow' (as in 'slow')Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 13 ar (as in bark)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 13 ar (as in bark)

Words with the r-controlled vowel 'ar' (as in 'bark')Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 12 oo (as in loop)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 12 oo (as in loop)

Words with the vowel digraph 'oo' (as in 'loop') (long vowel /uː/)Note: The short vowel 'oo' as in 'look' is initially introduced in Set 6A dedicated resource to words spelled 'oo' with the short vowel /uː/ sound as in 'hook' is available in Set 59Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 14 or (as in horn)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 14 or (as in horn)

Words with the r-controlled vowel 'or' (as in 'horn')Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 15 air

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 15 air

Words with the r-controlled vowel 'air'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 16 ir (as in stir)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 16 ir (as in stir)

Words with the r-controlled vowel 'ir' as in 'stir'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Book Review Bundle

Book Review Bundle

4 Different Book Reviews2 Page Book Review for an in-depth review.Standard Book Review - use it every time.Book Review for Non FictionBook Review with snazzy pencils to rate that book!

By BubbleResources

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 17 ou (as in loud)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 17 ou (as in loud)

Words with the long vowel sound 'ou' as in 'loud'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 18 oy (as in toy)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 18 oy (as in toy)

Words with the long vowel sound 'oy' as in 'toy'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

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Magic Sounds Phonics Set 19 Year 1 Exception Words

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 19 Year 1 Exception Words

Exception words for Year 1Note: Words with a silent-e and the silent-h in 'oh' are indicated with a 'x'Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each sound and each spelling (A5 size) with pronunciation guidance using the International Phonetic Alphabet (index is in the Spelling Guide)Sentence Maker: cut out the sounds and words to experiment with arranging them into different sentences and wordsSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words and letters to create words and sentencesWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformException words for the EYFS are here.Word ListohtheirlookedcalledaskedtodaysayshasyourbywhereloveonceaskfriendschoolMrMrsputpushpullfullourhouse

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics: Set 20: ff (as in cliff)

Magic Sounds Phonics: Set 20: ff (as in cliff)

Words with the ff sound as in cliffIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 23 zz (as in jazz)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 23 zz (as in jazz)

Words with the zz sound as in jazzIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformNote: There aren't many zz words to choose from, therefore a couple of words use spellings children may not yet be familiar with. 'Sizzle' ends like 'little' (which is a Year 1 exception word). Pizza ends with a schwa (an unstressed vowel) but it also sounds good when pronounced with an 'a'!Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 22 ss (as in glass)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 22 ss (as in glass)

Words with the ss sound as in glassIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 21: ll (as in shell)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 21: ll (as in shell)

Words with the ll sound as in shellIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 25 nk (as in think)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 25 nk (as in think)

Words with the nk sound as in thinkIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 24 ck (as in kick)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 24 ck (as in kick)

Words with the ck sound as in kickIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 26 tch (as in sketch)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 26 tch (as in sketch)

Words with the tch sound as in sketchIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 27 stressed er (as in herb)

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 27 stressed er (as in herb)

Words with the stressed er sound as in herbIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformPre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 31 adding -ing to verbs

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 31 adding -ing to verbs

Adding -ing to the end of verbs where no change is needed to the root wordIncludes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 30 adding -es to the end of words

Magic Sounds Phonics Set 30 adding -es to the end of words

Adding 'es' to the end of words (plural of nouns and the third person singular of verbs)Includes:Guide to English Spelling: Including a short history of English spelling to explain the quirks of the English language and a pronunciation guide for the relevant sounds along with interesting spelling related factsFlashcards: for each spelling (A5 size)Sentence Maker: cut out the words to experiment with arranging them into different sentencesSentence Maker Powerpoint: as above but suitable for use on whiteboards/computers/tablets. Simply drag the words to create sentencesSound Speller sheets: Attempt to draw and write things with the soundWord Wizard sheets: Traceable words with different letter forms to build confidence and familiarity of the shapes (and their variations). Includes space to write themselves in freeformAdd your own words to the Sentence Makers (the powerpoint is editable).Pre-cursive, cursive, serif, sans-serif and ornamental typefaces are used in these resources to help students develop familiarity with letters across different media.- Cursive (and pre-cursive) writing supports the development of handwriting.- Serif typefaces are designed to be easily read on media with reflected light (like books and newspapers) and are often used for lengthy texts.- Sans-serif typefaces are designed to be comfortable to read on backlit screens (like computers).

By MagicSounds