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KS1 GRAMMAR DEFINITIONS FLASHCARDS - LARGE

KS1 GRAMMAR DEFINITIONS FLASHCARDS - LARGE

Thank you for checking out these flashcards. They include many of the words that year 1 and 2 students will hear during their time at school. By the end of KS1 children will be learning about the key features of different types of sentences and are expected to write accurately and correctly. The definition cards can be used to help them grasp a better understanding of word meanings. Once they know what the words means, it will become easier for them to learn how to used them correctly in their reading, writing and spelling. This pack contains: *** double sided flashcards on A4 paper definitions of 29 Grammar terms examples written in green** Print on card or laminate them Please remember to print in landscape. Regards Mrs Sophia Edwin BA HONS Early Childhood Studies Author of 1Point4Teacher
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Earth Day Theme --- Bundle - 4 Sets - Worksheets

Earth Day Theme --- Bundle - 4 Sets - Worksheets

This Earth Day bundle has 4 products and total 40 pages excluding covers and TOU, which includes the following activities: • Color by shapes • Color by counting • Color by addition and subtraction • Color by parts of speech • Sort the letters • Beginning sounds • Ending sounds • Color the words • Count the syllables • Solve the riddles • Word bank activity • Two comprehension passages with multiple text-based questions • Read, find, write and circle the parts of speech Note: Please check out the preview before purchasing my product. You are welcome to ask any questions or queries related to this product via following: Email: theknashop006@gmail.com I would love to hear your comments so please take a few minutes to leave a feedback even if it’s just two words. Thank you!
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Creative / Descriptive Writing Random Sentence Type Playing Cards

Creative / Descriptive Writing Random Sentence Type Playing Cards

Do you have students who shrug at inspiration and puff their cheeks at imagination? Use this great tool for slow writing to get them thinking about not just what to write, but how to write it. Currently with 54 different sentence types, print these back-to-back (flipping the page on the short edge), then guillotine the cards, eh voila! Shuffle the cards and get writing. Each card comes with an explanation and at least one example to help guide your students in their writing: Example: the chiasmus sentence A repetition (in reverse order) or words, phrases or ideas already expressed (balanced clauses reverse each other). Readers don’t need to write but writers do need to read. Never let a fool kiss you or a kiss fool you.
r1x
Grammar Practice Activity Book - English Through Videos

Grammar Practice Activity Book - English Through Videos

This a booklet of 10 grammar practice activities based on exciting and engaging videos. I designed the videos and corresponding worksheets to give students lots of opportunities to practice the target grammar. The activities are fun and interactive, including different activity types and developing different language skills. There are 10 video links from my YouTube channel English Through Videos. The booklet includes 18 pages of activities related to the videos. This pack is an excellent resource for English language classrooms and school pupils still perfecting their grammar. The content of the booklet is as follows: PRESENT SIMPLE THE - DAILY ROUTINE OF THE QUEEN PRESENT CONTINUOUS - WHAT IS MR. BEAN DOING? PAST SIMPLE - PHOTO STORY COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES - WORLD KNOWLEDGE QUIZ FUTURE PREDICTIONS - FAMILY GUY GUESSING GAME PAST SIMPLE & CONTINUOUS - SHORT FILM DESCRIPTION SECOND CONDITIONAL - IF I WERE PRESIDENT NARRATIVE TENSES - MR. BEAN AT THE HOSPITAL PAST MODALS - DISCUSSING MISTAKES REPORTED SPEECH - KIDS SAY THE FUNNIEST THINGS My students absolutely love these activities and I hope yours will too!
Hendo84
Grammar for Teachers Video Course

Grammar for Teachers Video Course

It consists of 33 video lessons, divided into 10 units. 1 - Words, sentences and letters 2 - Parts of speech and sentence 3 - Word formation and meaning 4 - Types of sentences 5 - Tenses 6 - Clauses and complex sentences 7 - Direct and indirect speech 8 - Voice and register 9 - Cohesive devices and ambiguity 10 - Punctuation You can purchase it as individual video lessons in my shop (£4 per lesson) or units as bundles (at 25% off), but if you purchase the entire course here, you will save 75% of the original cost! You can then take the course on its dedicated website, which I will provide following your purchase along with the username/password. The course involves well over 3 hours of viewing time and is the only such offer in the UK, attempting to plug the gap in grammar awareness. In particular, if you want to serve the needs of EAL learners, who need explicit grammar teaching within your subject, this course is indeed for you.
kamjul
Adjectives and adverbs descriptive writing bundle

Adjectives and adverbs descriptive writing bundle

I have bundled together ten resources which will assist with the revision of adjectives and adverbs and descriptive writing. Each individual resource comes complete with answers and quiz content can be easily tweaked to address specific needs within the group. These resources could easily be dropped into revision sessions on the approach to assessment weeks. Longer writing tasks are suggested as extensions to each presentation. Suitable for ages 10+
jlimb
Revision quiz bundle : spelling, grammar and punctuation

Revision quiz bundle : spelling, grammar and punctuation

I have bundled together ten resources which will prove useful in the approach to assessments. Each quiz is complete with answers for ease of marking. The sections to each quiz can be easily tweaked in order to meet a specific problem within the group. When used on a regular basis, students will come to empathize with the character of Joe who struggles with spelling and who is in desperate need of advice as exams appear on the horizon. Suitable for ages 10+
jlimb
SATS revision quiz bundle

SATS revision quiz bundle

I have bundled together ten resources which will help with the revision of spelling, punctuation and grammar in the weeks prior to assessments. Each individual resource has answers to each section of the quiz, which will allow for ease of marking. The sections can be easily tweaked to meet a specific need within the class. Pupils will come to identify with Joe who finds spelling difficult and who clearly needs advice on his approach to the exam season. Suitable for ages 10+
jlimb
Beowulf fiction unit, Beowulf journalistic style unit and Beowulf sentence construction

Beowulf fiction unit, Beowulf journalistic style unit and Beowulf sentence construction

I’ll admit it! I’m a bit obsessed with ‘Beowulf’. I do have a good reason: it inspires great writing. You are buying: a mega three week fiction writing unit; a four/five session journalistic style unit; a sentence grammar activity that I use frequently - it can be adapted for any text and is worth revisiting often. Of course, they are all strictly ‘Beowulf’ themed. Get involved - you’ll soon get the Beowulf bug.
extra golden-time
Beowulf warm up activity,  hunt down and classify words, create multi-clause sentences

Beowulf warm up activity, hunt down and classify words, create multi-clause sentences

Using ‘Beowulf’ for inspiration, play this to develop children’s understanding of clauses and to encourage children to vary the number of clauses they include within their sentences. Assessment focus I can understand the terms ‘clause’ and ‘conjunction’. I can say sentences with one or more clauses. I can write sentences with many clauses, without confusing the reader. This activity promotes lots of talk around word classes and building multi-clause sentences.
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Astronaut Jim - reading comprehension with True / False questions and creative activity

Astronaut Jim - reading comprehension with True / False questions and creative activity

This activity is for young ESL learners (aged 7 - 14). It is useful due to the fact that it deals with space vocabulary, repeats new words several times in the text to ensure that the words stick and has pictures that help children follow what is happening in the story. For stronger students, they will not need the pictures, but weaker students can use this to their advantage. The True / False questions aid their reading comprehension. You can also monitor their pronunciation as you can ask them to read out loud. Learning Objectives: To use the space vocabulary studied. To understand how an English story is set out on the page. To practise the present simple tense. To apply preexisting vocabulary to a new theme (colours to space for example) How I used this worksheet/recommended: Teach vocabulary to do with space (I used flashcards for this). Ask students what life is like on a different planet (elicit the words scary, exciting, fun etc.) Tell students that we are going to read a story about aliens. Children read out loud in turns. Children do the True/False by themselves. Correct as a class. Children ‘wind down’ by designing their own planet with aliens and labelling it. (Practises writing skills) This is an excellent activity which was received well by all my students, ranging from 7 to 12.
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