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Extending sentences

Extending sentences

A Powerpoint presentation explaining how to use different types of conjunctions to extend sentences. The Powerpoint includes a chilli challenge to support differentiation within the lesson. I have also included the activity sheet (sentences to extend using learnt conjunctions).
G1mun
HFW Spelling sheet

HFW Spelling sheet

An activity work sheet (with added widgit symbols) to help pupils spell HFW words. Document includes symbols, words to cut and stick and a space for pupils to write the whole word.
G1mun
CVC Spelling sheet

CVC Spelling sheet

An activity work sheet (with added widgit symbols) to help pupils spell CVC words. Document includes symbols, words to cut and stick and a space for pupils to write the whole word.
G1mun
Road Readers

Road Readers

Eyes on the road! These mini roads encourage children to segment and blend together CVC words! Children can either use their fingers to move along the road, or a little toy car. As they 'drive' past the letters, they say them (segmenting), then when they reach the end of the road, they blend them together to read the full word (blending). These little roads add a bit of fun to practising those early skills necessary to reading! 32 different CVC words included on roads which can be printed to different sized papers depending on how large you would like them. Have fun and happy road reading! - The Teacher Traveller :)
Kayleighm89
Hannah's Phonics Stories; Phase 3 bundle

Hannah's Phonics Stories; Phase 3 bundle

Full set of Hannah's Phonics Stories for Phase 3, worth £34!!! Get all of these in this bundle for £26 and get 3 of these wonderful books FREE!! That means you're getting the whole pack for less than 75% of their normal value.
hannahmhayes91
Monkeys, Hannah's Phonics Stories, ng story

Monkeys, Hannah's Phonics Stories, ng story

A phonics story focusing on the ng sound, including a simple information text using the ng sound, and the common exception word are, as well as other resources. Original water colour illustrations by myself. Perfect as a resource to support your phonics, during guided reading, or as an intervention resource for SEN or older children filling gaps in their phonics knowledge. Can be opened in iBooks to be read on iPad, perfect for at school or on the go. So far in the series there are packs for the sounds ay, ee, igh, ow, long oo, short oo, ar, or, sh, ch, tch, voiced th, unvoiced th, ai, ur, oa, ow, a-e, e-e, i-e, o-e u-e, ew, ea, ir, are, ou, oi, air, ear, qu and ng. Incuded is two formats; one story to be used on IWB or iPad, and one to be printed and folded into a book.
hannahmhayes91
Christmas and Holiday Bookmarks

Christmas and Holiday Bookmarks

Bookmarks are a great way to encourage reading! Print and cut these bookmarks for presents for your students. Phrases on the bookmarks -' Tis the season to read a good book! - Reading is a gift! - Merry, Merry, Merry, Merry - Reading is Snow much fun! - Books are Snow Special - You Are One Smart Cookie! - Joy - Unwrap a good book! - Merry Christmas - Happy Holidays - This book is on Santa’s Nice list! - Be a dear and hold my place! There are two types of backs. (optional) - Color or B/W - Gift or Snowman Student can write his/her name in the space provided This Bookmark Belongs to… with a space for student to write name. Gift or Snowman - Color or B/W.
SweetiesClass
Colours Powerpoint Games

Colours Powerpoint Games

Colour words are used frequently within texts that younger students read. It is therefore important that students learn to recognise them quickly and with confidence. These colours PowerPoint games are not only great fun, but give students much needed consolidation practice and boost in confidently recognising colours and their names. SEE VIDEO PREVIEW: Please note only part of Game 1 is shown Colour List For consistency, these games cover the same colours as used in all my colour words resources. Yellow, black, white, brown, red, orange, purple, pink, blue, green. ****************************************************** CONTENT • Cover • Teacher Notes • Game 1: Colour and Read (following instructions) • Colour and Read: related worksheet • Game 2: Colours Match • TOU/Credits PAGE COUNT: 32 ********************************************************** RELATED RESOURCES Colour Words Posters Labels Playdough Mats Colour Words Station Fun Colour Words Workbook Colour Words Bundle ********************************************************** Teacher's Toolkit Literacy
TeachersToolkit
KS1 Science - Labelling Parts of a Rabbit

KS1 Science - Labelling Parts of a Rabbit

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk KS1 Science - Identify & name basic body parts. This science worksheet asks children to label the different parts of the rabbit using the words from the word bank. There are also some fun facts for students to read.
PrimaryLeap
Science Worksheet - Researching Animals: Lion

Science Worksheet - Researching Animals: Lion

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk Do lions live alone or in groups? When do lions usually hunt? This science worksheet asks students to write a short report about lions. They must include the answers to the questions in their report.
PrimaryLeap
Humpty Dumpty Crime Scene

Humpty Dumpty Crime Scene

This Humpty Dumpty crime scene activity pack is a great addition to your Humpty Dumpty - or Nursery Rhyme - themed topic. With this pack you will be able to create the crime scene of Humpty Dumpty for students to investigate and work on, to try to figure out who pushed Humpty Dumpty off the wall. This activity pack contains a variety of extra resources that can be used as add ons to extend your lesson/unit. Included in this pack is; ♦ Humpty Dumpty Crime Scene Pack Includes instructions and example pictures of how you can set up the crime scene. This pack contains 4 possible suspects - and you can choose who actually pushed Humpty Dumpty just by planting the corresponding clues. There is also a suspect information book which contains information on each of the suspects as well as a suspect check list for students to match their clues to the suspects. At the back is a wanted poster for students to fill in with the suspects details once they have worked out who is guilty of pushing Humpty off the wall. ♦ Comprehension Worksheets A variety of different worksheets that include the 'alibi' of the different characters. ♦ Create Your Own Story Students use the prompts to write their own version of Humpty Dumpty, what happened to him etc. ♦ Certificate A certificate - which you can edit in powerpoint/keynote to add images of your students and their names. The certificate is to congratulate them for solving the crime. ♦ Interviewing Suspects Students can take the place of the suspects and answer the questions that are written down, they can also write their own questions for the suspects and then either answer themselves, pass to other students to answer or have staff answer for them. ♦ Detective Write Up Report Students write up their findings from their investigation. ♦ Newspaper Article A newspaper article template for students to draw/write how the crime was solved, who the culprit was etc. ♦ Story Sequencing Puzzle A simple sequencing puzzle where students read the rhyme of Humpty Dumpty at the top then find the matching images and place them into the correct order on the jigsaw. This pack comes in spelling suitable for both i.e favourite/favorite. Check out how our crime scene went by visiting my blog http://www.teachingautism.co.uk/2017/11/who-pushed-humpty-dumpty-crime-scene.html
nikkirobs