Primary English language learning resources: basics

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REASONS TO READ DISPLAY TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1-KS2 READING MONSTERS

REASONS TO READ DISPLAY TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1-KS2 READING MONSTERS

Resources included are as follows: A great set of resources ready to be printed and displayed. Excellent for use in a reading or literacy area within your classroom or around the school. 60 A4 posters each showing a reason to read. You can use some of them or all of them, depending on the size of your display. Reading log to complete for pupils as they read in class or otherwise. General reading associated tasks – such as drawing the book cover, writing a review, recount, setting, plot etc. Booklet cover for project work etc. Bookmarks with pictures. Writing and drawing frames for pupils work, in A4 and A5 sizes. A5 patterned lettering A – Z so you can spell any title you want. Long banner to head wall display – ‘A Million Reasons to Read’.

By hayleyhill

Describe your family - worksheet

Describe your family - worksheet

Worksheet focusing on describing the family. First page is a gap-fill using an image from the Family & Friends books, the second page consists of questions about one's own family. Used for beginner/elementary students, ages 8-10.

By angelatolesl

REASONS TO READ DISPLAY TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1-KS2 READING MINIONS

REASONS TO READ DISPLAY TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1-KS2 READING MINIONS

Resources included are as follows: A great set of resources ready to be printed and displayed. Excellent for use in a reading or literacy area within your classroom or around the school. 60 A4 posters each showing a reason to read. You can use some of them or all of them, depending on the size of your display. Reading log to complete for pupils as they read in class or otherwise. General reading associated tasks – such as drawing the book cover, writing a review, recount, setting, plot etc. Booklet cover for project work etc. Bookmarks with pictures. Writing and drawing frames for pupils work, in A4 and A5 sizes. A5 patterned lettering A – Z so you can spell any title you want. Long banner to head wall display – ‘A Minion Reasons to Read’. ** Please note, you are not paying for the images, but for the time taken to create the resources for education.

By hayleyhill

Farm Animals Word to Picture Matching Activity

Farm Animals Word to Picture Matching Activity

Farm Animals Word to Picture Matching Activity (9 pages) is an activity that develops vocabulary, reading and spelling skils. Great for students with special needs, autism. There are 15 pictures and 15 words to be printed on photo paper, laminated and cut out. Use some velcro in the middle of blanc squares on the boards and on the back side of each card. The animals included: dog, cat, pig, chicken, mouse, sheep, duck, goose, goat, cow, horse, donkey, turkey, rooster, rabbit.

By angiesiddd

Farm Animals & Their Babies Posters

Farm Animals & Their Babies Posters

Farm Animals & Their Babies Posters (10pages) - great for young children 2-4 ages as well as for students with autism and special needs. The posters must be printed on photo paper and laminated. The animals included are: cat-kitten, horse-foal, pig-piglet, dog-puppy, goose-gosling, hen-chick, sheep-lamb, cow-calf, goat-kid, duck-duckling.

By angiesiddd