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Interactive/adapted books: animals

Interactive/adapted books: animals

Series of 4 interactive matching books My Farm Animals Book My Pets Book My Jungle Animals Book My Ocean Animals Book Each book contains 4 pages of animals to match and an “I see…” reading sentence with text and symbols. Books come as two levels: LEVEL 1 picture to picture matching LEVEL 2 sorting using symbol and sentence prompts
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Creative Writing

Creative Writing

This resource bundle is perfect for **low ability Yr7/8. • **Two writing frameworks: **supports pupils, enabling them to independently plan each step of their story. • Learning map: have basic rules for Literacy and numeracy. • Punctuation flash cards: perfect to have on a desk during writing activities to remind pupils how to use different types of punctuation.
Ralstead
My Meeting is a visual pupil voice resource to increase participation and engagement in meetings

My Meeting is a visual pupil voice resource to increase participation and engagement in meetings

This 24-page booklet is intended to prepare children and young people for meetings that they are invited to attend. This could be a termly or annual review, looked after child review or any meeting where the pupil’s voice is really valued (as recommended in the SEN code of practice). It is intentionally simple to accommodate a range of needs and ages. By preparing pupils well beforehand, they will better understand the purpose of these meetings, be more fully engaged in them and have a lasting record of the decisions made there. It is also hoped that the owners of this book will be encouraged to personalise the booklet by adding their own photo next to the box on the front cover alongside a drawing that they have coloured in. Some images to colour in are included along with drawings of people (if a photo is not available). Additionally, there are some bubble letters to use should they want to put their initials on the front cover. If not, those pages do not need to be included in their booklet. It is intended that appropriate text and photos will be added to each page in whatever way is most meaningful to the young person. A visual timetable and a ground rules prompt is also included to laminate and display prominently at the start of and throughout the meeting. The typeface of the booklet has been deliberately sized and coloured to be accessible to those with visual impairments and difficulties processing text.
yad
Choose your own adventure (SEN interactive book)

Choose your own adventure (SEN interactive book)

An exciting interactive story designed for the special needs classroom. Choose Your Own Adventure book encourages interaction and engagement in reading, by students making choices that influence their reading experience. Students choose their own superhero character that they take on the adventure through the story. 10 different stories in 1 book. PDF includes instructions on how to put the book together.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Year 3 and 4 Homophones Bundle: PowerPoint Lesson, 28 Worksheets, Spelling Practice Booklet

Year 3 and 4 Homophones Bundle: PowerPoint Lesson, 28 Worksheets, Spelling Practice Booklet

This resource includes A highly visual and interactive 150-slide PowerPoint lesson on the National Curriculum Year 3 and 4 Homophone / Near Homophone and confusing words list. The PowerPoint explains the meanings of the homophones and provides examples and opportunities for pupils to decide which is the correct homophone. A set of 28 worksheets on the homophones. Pupils are required to choose the correct homophones, write sentences using the homophones and to correct incorrectly used homophones. A spelling practice booklet of the homophones. Ideal for homework purposes. The homophones include: accept, except, affect, effect, ball, bawl, berry, bury, fair, fare, grate, great, grown, groan, heel, heal, he’ll, knot, not, mail, male, main, mane, meat, meet, medal, meddle, missed, mist, peace, piece, plain, plane, rain, rein, reign, scene, seen, weather, whether, whose, who’s This resource is appropriate for year 3 and 4 pupils and older SEN students. Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Krazikas
Literacy Starters Year 5 / 6

Literacy Starters Year 5 / 6

Literacy / English Starters for KS2 (Y5 and Y6): writing, spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG). Fun printable activities for starters or early finishers challenges, involving minimal planning (ideal for a busy first week of term). Might suit other ages and classes too. Includes: <ul> <li> 6 editing and proofreading puzzles worksheets (homophones and other common spelling errors, full stops, capital letters, question marks, commas, colons, speech marks, proper nouns, missing words, repeated words, tenses, subordinate clauses and embedded clauses full stops) - Ideal for SATs revision</li> <li>40 complex sentence structure writing game cards (for students to create ambitious sentences, using interesting vocabulary)</li> <li>20 dyslexia-friendly creative writing prompt cards (TES RECOMMENDED story starters with photos, word banks, prompt questions etc for short pieces of writing in varied fiction genres)</li> </ul> These resources will also suit some KS3 classes. Find lots more information about these on the separate resource pages. Please click on each one to read more and see previews. I hope your students enjoy using these Literacy / English starters and I would be grateful for any reviews you can leave here on TES. Many thanks. Here is another popular Key Stage 2 / early KS3 literacy resource you might be interested in to help students construct more ambitious sentences: <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/improving-sentences-11651717”>Improving Sentences</a></strong> For lots more engaging, great value Maths, Literacy and French resources, visit <strong><a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/FullShelf”>FullShelf Resources</a></strong>
FullShelf
Special Needs Checklists

Special Needs Checklists

This product contains the checklists that will help you identify the characteristics of significant learning disabilities that some of your students may display. THIS IS NOT A VALID METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING LEARNING DISABILITIES but it can serve as important observational tool when referring a child for professional services such as psychological testing, speech therapy, and/ or occupational therapy. It can also help you plan for individualized educational plans and behavior intervention plans for students needing adapted or modified programs. This file contains: 2 page checklist for dyscalculia 2 page checklist for dysgraphia 2 page checklist for dyslexia 2 page checklist for dyspraxia Each checklist is broken down into separate parts to give yourself a global view of each special need in order to better understand and help your students. Should you have any questions or comments about this product, feel free to email me at missmonica@iheartgrade3.com Have a great day!
missmonica1
Access Arrangements Course (Staff, Pupils and Parents)

Access Arrangements Course (Staff, Pupils and Parents)

**Access Arrangements Course for Staff, Pupils and Parents ** Containing ‘sensory’ breaks including, videos, riddles, tongue twisters and visual illusions) The Access Arrangement course contains information and guidance on the following areas: Extra time Reader Scribe Word Processor Managing Stress REST BREAKS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT now added! The purpose of the course is to: **To identify the meaning of the identified Access Arrangements. To demonstrate strategies that will support the identified Access Arrangements. To apply your understanding the identified Access Arrangements to an actual exam question. **
davisandrea
Tresure Island

Tresure Island

A scheme of work based on an abridged copy of Treasure Island from the Fast Track Classics series by Pauline Francis. This includes a diary of questions and activities that follow the story and test comprehension of the text. There are also some extended activities based on the original text including some practical activities. I used this unit of works over 12 lessons with a group of ASD students in Year 7 and 8.
twewilletts
Treasure Island Diary

Treasure Island Diary

Unit of work following the abridged version of Treasure Island edited by Pauline Francis in the ‘Fast Track Classics’ collection. I think this could be easily adapted/extended to follow the original text.
twewilletts
Transport sentence buliding using colourful semantics

Transport sentence buliding using colourful semantics

Develop writing and composition skills, by building sentences to say describe modes of transport, their action and place. UK and US spelling of colour/color included on separate worksheets. 3 levels of worksheets: 2 KEY WORD: WHAT? (noun/type of transport) WHERE? (place) 3 KEY WORD: WHAT? IS DOING? (Verb, how the transport moves) WHERE? 4 KEY WORD: COLOUR/COLOR?, WHAT? IS DOING? WHERE? 11 simple and bright clipart picture to comment on. Full colour and white background worksheets and symbols. 1 and 2 picture per page worksheets Worksheets are accessible for writers and non-writers Includes information on how to use the Colourful Semantics system. Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills. The sentence strips at the top of each worksheet demonstrate the sentence structure
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Film review scaffolding for SEND and EAL/ ESOL

Film review scaffolding for SEND and EAL/ ESOL

This is a scaffold for students to prepare a film review, it includes prompts at every turn to ensure the students is able to engage with the idea of reviewing. Excellent for students who find it hard to start written work, those who don’t understand what to include in a review and those who are learning to speak English.
veryenglishstacie
Vocabulary building task cards - TRANSPORT

Vocabulary building task cards - TRANSPORT

Develop reading and vocabulary skills with these topic based task cards. Great for independent table work tasks or topic specific work. 16 key words relating to TRANSPORT 112 task cards 3 levels of work + clip cards. Level 1 a) symbol to symbol matching Level 1 b) photo to photo matching Level 2) photo to symbol matching Level 3 a) symbol to word matching Level 3 b) photo to word matching. Clip cards: (clothes peg cards): -symbol + 3 word choices -photo + 3 word choices.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
BUNDLE: Leisure time photo/clipart colourful semantics task cards

BUNDLE: Leisure time photo/clipart colourful semantics task cards

15 different leisure time activity cards to comment on. Real photos and clip art bundle for students to comment on familiar situations and activities. Turn into an interactive book or use as individual task cards. Each card comes with the colorful semantics questions strip of “who?” “Is doing?” “What?” and symbols for each picture. 15 writing cards with colorful semantics question prompts to aid composition. Colorful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colorful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills. The sentence strips at the top of each worksheet demonstrate the sentence structure
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Vocab building task cards - CLOTHING

Vocab building task cards - CLOTHING

Develop reading and vocabulary skills with these topic based task cards. Great for independent table work tasks or topic specific work. 16 key words relating to clothing 112 task cards 3 levels of work + clip cards. Level 1 a) symbol to symbol matching Level 1 b) photo to photo matching Level 2) photo to symbol matching Level 3 a) symbol to word matching Level 3 b) photo to word matching. Clip cards: (clothes peg cards): -symbol + 3 word choices -photo + 3 word choices.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Discriptive writing activity based on Treasure Island

Discriptive writing activity based on Treasure Island

Following of from writing about the description of The Captain at the opening of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island this activity gets students to write their own description of a pirate encouraging the use of adjectives, similes, metaphors, and speech, with speech marks. There is then a guided self and peer assessment activities followed by redrafting and final write up. I used this over a sequence of 3 lessons but mainstream learners would progress more quickly. Following on from my free resource The Captain.
twewilletts
Reading Comprehension Strategies Corner Bookmarks

Reading Comprehension Strategies Corner Bookmarks

Reading comprehension corner bookmarks help students use questions and strategies to make meaningful connections to any book. They are easy to make and fun to use. Each bookmark has a writing prompt that requires students to actively use the text. They illicit higher level thinking skills and improve comprehension. Students can write on the back and mark the place in the book for later reference and sharing. These are great for literacy centers, book circles, book clubs, and anytime. These bookmarks encourage students to make personal connections with the text, visualize, predict, infer, and summarize information. They make a great activity to send home. Use the blank template to create labels and organize reading assignments. What’s included ➠30 different corner bookmark templates in black and white. Each template has a different strategy or writing prompt and visual directions for assembly. ➠1 blank template to create individualized bookmarks. ➠5 book report templates to use as extension activities. ➠Easy to follow visual directions on each page. ➠Teaching tips and activity ideas. ➠List of writing prompts/questions for planning.
Tammys-Toolbox
A parent's guide to reading and writing -  early years, primary and secondary.

A parent's guide to reading and writing - early years, primary and secondary.

This is a PDF of my book 'Teach your digital native to read and write: A guide for parents'. It is also available in paperback and for Kindle from Amazon. Young people today are known as ‘digital natives’. Constant exposure to digital devices is even changing the way that they think, learn and relate to others. Digital technologies mean we do, in fact, engage with the written word more than ever before, yet reading and writing can lack relevance in young people's lives. Many parents want to support their child with learning to read and write but are unsure where to start. Which literacy skills are needed in our digital age? How can you tempt young people away from their digital devices to learn these? How do you ensure digital devices are helping rather than hindering learning? All of these questions and more are answered in 'Teach your Digital Native to Read and Write', an essential guide for any parent or carer wanting to know how to support their ‘digital native’ to read and write in the 21st century. • Are e-books as useful as paper books? • How can I support my child with the phonics being taught in school? • Are handwriting and spelling still necessary skills in the era of digital devices and predictive texting? • How can I support my older child who is finding literacy difficult or a dyslexic child? • How can I support my child with reading and writing tasks? • And is it even possible to make reading as engaging for my child as computer games and mobile phones? This is a must-have book for any parent wanting to support their 21st century child to develop effective literacy skills needed to succeed academically, personally, socially and in employment. Overview of contents: Chapter One: Digital Natives Chapter Two: What is literacy? Chapter Three: Pre-reading skills Chapter Four: Phonics Chapter Five: After Phonics - Becoming a Skilled Reader Chapter Six: Handwriting Chapter Seven: Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Chapter Eight: Writing - the Bigger Picture Chapter Nine: Supporting your Older Child or Teenager Chapter Ten: Digital Literacy The author, Victoria Honeybourne, has a background in education and is a senior advisory teacher with a local authority. She has spoken at national events and has written several other education books
CrookedSteeple
Growth Mindset Bookmarks - Wild Animal Theme

Growth Mindset Bookmarks - Wild Animal Theme

Encourage a growth mindset, reading, and achieving goals with this inspiring set of wild animal photo bookmarks. These bookmarks use real photos of animals to motivate students towards success in your classroom or library. Use the “Mini Marks” version like brag tags to encourage your students to reach for their goals. Included are 10 pages of bookmarks with photos of a giraffe, penguin, cheetah, monkey, gorilla, flamingo, owl, chimpanzee, and zebra. “Mini Mark” Bookmarks I absolutely love making mini versions of these bookmarks. They are adorable and kids love to collect them. The smaller size also makes a great tool for those who have trouble tracking words and keeping their place when reading. “Mini marks” can be used like brag tags in your classroom. Have students earn and collect them to show off great work, reading achievement, positive behaviors, growth mindset, and other goals Instructions for printing and assembling bookmarks along with ideas for use are included.
Tammys-Toolbox
Reading Comprehension Bookmarks

Reading Comprehension Bookmarks

Encourage active reading strategies and comprehension with this set of bright and engaging bookmarks for classrooms and libraries. Plus, get 5 different ideas to turn any bookmark into an extraordinary tool for reading success. This pack includes 12 pages of reading themed bookmarks and 7 different bookmark backs that encourage reading comprehension, summarizing, critical thinking, and vocabulary. You also get 5 ideas for turning ordinary bookmarks into extraordinary tools for reading success. •Bookmark crafts for motivation, fun, gift ideas •Highlighting bookmarks - tracking, focus, visual discrimination, fluency •Mini marks - motivation, rewards, fluency •Bookmark clips - organization, rewards •Note taking bookmarks - reading strategies, comprehension, summary, organization, vocabulary
Tammys-Toolbox
Sentence Writing: High Frequency Word Frames and 'a' or 'an' Bundle

Sentence Writing: High Frequency Word Frames and 'a' or 'an' Bundle

This resource contains a set of 26 high-frequency word and 'a' or 'an' writing frames. It also contains sentence writing sheets for the construction of sentences. These frames are a particularly useful resource for students who struggle to master the basics of writing. It provides a framework and scaffolding for pupils to achieve some success in creating sentences independently. Writing sentences and reading them back helps pupils to embed and consolidate high-frequency words which they will then be able to use freely in their writing. It is particularly appropriate for SEN students who find reading and writing challenging. The support of the frame makes sentence writing accessible and gives pupils a feeling of confidence - that they can do it! Often the key to success in getting pupils to write is giving them self-confidence. I have used these frames successfully over many years to get older SEN students motivated to read and write independently. The frames can be laminated and used time and time again. Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!
Krazikas
Phonics Practice Card Game for Vowel Pairs

Phonics Practice Card Game for Vowel Pairs

This fun printable phonics card game strengthens decoding and reading skills with vowel team practice. Try to be the first player to match all your word cards by vowel sound. A color coded anchor chart and word chart are included for reinforcement. Great for learning centers, special education, tutoring, and homeschools. Students don’t even realize they are practicing while matching vowel team sounds. This game includes 128 cards with words to practice the vowel teams ai, ay, ei, ee, ea, ey, oi, oy, oa, oe, ow, ou, oo, ue, ui, ew, au, and aw. A sheet of blank cards is included to add additional words based on your student's needs. Playing cards can also double as flash cards and can be used with any Fast and Fabulous Flash Card Review Game. Use the cards as a sorting activity with the bonus sorting sound cards to give students extra practice and increase reading fluency. Inside: How to Play Anchor Chart Word List Word Cards Sorting Cards Blank Cards Back Side for Cards Click on my store to see Sound it Shout for Word Families and Sound it Shout for Vowels. You may also like Fast and Fabulous Flash Card Review Games. Over 13 themes to choose from that can be used with Sound it Shout cards or any set of flash cards.
Tammys-Toolbox
Syllable Division Activities and Games

Syllable Division Activities and Games

This is a bundle of four resources to help teach syllable division rules and decoding multisyllable words. ★Super Syllable Division Connect Games are a fun way to practice using syllable division rules to read multisyllable words. Thirteen different game boards use common syllable division rules help students improve reading skills. Players must correctly divide syllables to connect four words and win the game. An anchor chart provides visual clues. Game boards increase in difficulty to easily provide differentiated practice. ★The Super Syllable Division Resource Book. is a ready reference for using syllable division rules to decode multisyllable words. Students create their own books including tips and tricks to divide and read syllables. Also included is a sort activity for practice with each rule. Slam Dunk - This syllable division word work game gives kids an interactive way to practice sorting by syllable division rules. Students sort by VC/CV, V/CV, VC/V, V/V, /C-le, compound words, words with prefixes/suffixes, and words with blends and digraphs. Match two syllables on the basketballs to make a word and slam dunk them on the correct syllable division rule basket. Includes 84 syllables to form 42 words. Playing instructions and a word list are included. ★ Syllable Division Rules Bookmark and Anchor Chart. These resources can be used as a group or individual activity and are great for reading centers and special education. They are designed to work with any Orton-Gillingham based reading program and are perfect for students with dyslexia. Knowing how to divide and read syllables takes away the guessing and gives struggling readers the tools to accurately pronounce and spell words. Better decoding leads to improved reading fluency and comprehension.
Tammys-Toolbox
Syllable Division Review Game

Syllable Division Review Game

This syllable division word work game gives kids an interactive way to practice sorting by syllable division rules. Students sort by VC/CV, V/CV, VC/V, V/V, /C-le, compound words, words with prefixes/suffixes, and words with blends and digraphs. Knowing how to manipulate syllables can be a challenge for both reading and spelling. Familiarity with syllable division patterns helps students determine the correct vowel sound and provides a strategy for reading and spelling longer multi-syllable words. This game is a great addition to any reading program and Orton-Gillingham method. It livens up your literacy center or tutoring and can be used as an individual activity, with 2-4 players or two teams of players. Match two syllables on the basketballs to make a word and slam dunk them on the correct syllable division rule basket. Includes 84 syllables to form 42 words. Playing instructions and a word list are included. This game can be modified by using only the words and rules you want to practice. A sheet of blank basketballs allows you to create customized words. You get: Instructions Syllable Playing Pieces Basket Sorting Cards Basketball Court Playing Mat Score Sheet Word List by Syllable Division Type Related Products ⭐ Syllable Division Resource Book How to Read & Spell Multi Syllable Words ⭐ Syllable Division Rules Bundle Connect Game and Resource Book ⭐ Fact Review Game - Basketball Theme for March Madness .
Tammys-Toolbox
Syllable Division Interactive Resource Book

Syllable Division Interactive Resource Book

This is a ready reference for using syllable division rules to decode multisyllable words. Students create their own books including tips and tricks to divide and read syllables. Also included is a sort activity for practice with each rule. This can be used as a group or individual activity and is great for reading centers and special education. It works with any Orton-Gillingham based reading program and is perfect for students with dyslexia. Knowing how to divide and read syllables takes away the guessing and gives struggling readers the tools to accurately pronounce and spell words. Better decoding leads to improved reading fluency and comprehension. This product coordinates with the Super Syllable Division Connect Game. This game has 13 game boards to practice reading and dividing multisyllable words. Improve your students reading skills while having fun. The Super Syllable Division Book and the Super Syllable Connect Game are available in a discounted bundle. ★Super Syllable Division Bundle. ★Get a Free Syllable Division Rules Bookmark at Tammy's Toolbox.
Tammys-Toolbox
Syllable Division Connect Game

Syllable Division Connect Game

These syllable division games are a fun activity to practice reading multisyllable words. Thirteen different game boards use common syllable division rules help students improve reading skills. Players must correctly divide syllables to connect four words and win the game. An anchor chart provides visual clues. Game boards increase in difficulty to easily provide differentiated practice. This can be used as a group or individual activity and is great for reading centers and special education. It is designed to work with any Orton-Gillingham based reading program and is perfect for students with dyslexia. Knowing how to divide and read syllables takes away the guessing and gives struggling readers the tools to accurately pronounce and spell words. Better decoding leads to improved reading fluency and comprehension. These games coordinate with the Super Syllable Division Resource Book. Have your students make a ready reference book with practice words for each syllable division rule. ★The Super Syllable Division Book and the Super Syllable Connect Game are available in a discounted bundle. ★Super Syllable Division Bundle. ★Get a free Syllable Division Rules Bookmark. at Tammy’s Toolbox.
Tammys-Toolbox
Santa's Selection Box of Six Fun Christmas-Themed Games

Santa's Selection Box of Six Fun Christmas-Themed Games

This bundle contains five fun Christmas-themed games. 1. Christmas Lotto or Bingo - 32 cards printed with both pictures and words and 32 cards printed with just words. Every child can participate due to the differentiation. The resource also includes flashcards of the words - with and without pictures could be used for other educational activities - sorting, alphabetical order, a stimulus for creative writing, pictures could be cut out and used to make Christmas cards, Christmas calendars, Christmas bookmarks and other Christmas decorations. etc 2. Elves and Santas is a seasonal variation of snakes and ladders. The resource can be enlarged to A3 size and laminated. There are 70 squares on the board. The game can be played with regular dice or numbered dice. This game is particularly appropriate for reception and Year 1 children (EYFS) as it will help to reinforce number recognition and counting skills. It can also be used with SEN pupils and will also help to reinforce turn-taking skills and social skills. 4. Stop the Sleigh is a seasonal variation of 'Stop The Bus'. This game involves pupils finding the names of various items in categories. The categories include - elf's name, angel's name, item of winter clothing, Christmas food, - toy or game, TV programme or film and an item that can be found on an Advent Calendar. Pupils are placed into teams of 2-4. Teams choose, in turn, a letter via an 'advent calendar'. Behind each picture on the calendar is a letter. Teams have to think of one item to go into each category beginning with the selected letter. The first team to finish shouts “Santa – Stop the Sleigh!” If you have a bell a pupil can run out to ring the bell to stop the game! As a timer, choose some popular Christmas music. 4. Happy Families - Christmas Happy Families is a bright and colourful resource which can be laminated and used for many educational and fun activities. The game involves collecting all 4 members of the family. There are 56 cards ( 14 families ) printed with Christmas themed pictures. 5. Snap - Christmas Snap with 48 Christmas themed cards. For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Krazikas
Christmas Resources Bundle - Twenty Resources - Just £9.99 - Quizzes, Games, Assemblies, Maths and English Resources

Christmas Resources Bundle - Twenty Resources - Just £9.99 - Quizzes, Games, Assemblies, Maths and English Resources

Can you believe it? £52.48 worth of resources for just £9.99! That's a massive saving of 81%. There will be something for everyone you teach this Christmas. There are 20 Christmas resources including assemblies, quizzes, games, worksheets and English and Maths educational resources. Click on individual links for further details. Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!
Krazikas
Prepositions interactive books - colourful semantics

Prepositions interactive books - colourful semantics

Learn prepositions and sentence construction at the same time. A range of fun pictures for students to comment on at three levels. Use as individual task cards or turn into books. Also includes 13 writing cards. Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills. The sentence strips at the top of each worksheet demonstrate the sentence structure
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Leisure time interactive books, task cards and writing using colourful semantics

Leisure time interactive books, task cards and writing using colourful semantics

- 15 different leisure time activity cards to comment on. Turn into an interactive book or use as individual task cards. Each card comes with the colourful semantics questions strip of “who?” “Is doing?” “What?” and symbols for each picture. - 15 writing cards with colourful semantics questions prompts to aid composition. Colourful semantics is an exciting language intervention that indirectly works on developing a child’s grammar through the use of: •Spoken sentences •Answering W/H questions •Use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives •Story telling skills •Written sentences and language comprehension Colourful semantics works particularly well in the special education classroom, helping students with difficulty in understanding language to compose sentences. These worksheets are designed to give students support to develop writing and composition skills. The sentence strips at the top of each worksheet demonstrate the sentence structure.
ASpecialKindOfEnglish
Multiplication Times Tables QR Code

Multiplication Times Tables QR Code

Using an iPad or similar to scan the QR code and check if you have the correct answer. There are 10 pages in each set printable on A4 from 1x up to 10x The resource is made using Open Dyslexia font making it also suitable for use with those who are dyslexic or dyscalculic. Enjoy this resource.
SirCumference
Multiplication 5X Tables QR Code

Multiplication 5X Tables QR Code

Using an iPad or similar to scan the QR code and check if you have the correct answer. There are 10 pages printable on A4 from 1x5 up to 10x5 The resource is made using Open Dyslexia font making it also suitable for use with those who are dyslexic or dyscalculic. Enjoy this resource.
SirCumference