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Vocabulary cards for Science: Materials

A selection of brightly coloured cards fro display or classroom use. 3 cards per A4 sheet. Sassoon Infant font throughout. A symbol image (homemade, but in the style of PCS symbols) accompanies each word.

By bevevans22

Maths SoW for SEN pupils

Maths activities from new National Strategy, tracked back against P Levels
By JIllikins

SEN Numeracy - MONEY

Over 20 worksheets of simple activities involving money that are illustrated and designed for use mainly with adults and teenagers.

Choose the right coins to pay for items.
Find the total value of 2, 3 or 4 coins or notes. The answers are small numbers in pence or whole numbers of pounds.
Find coins totalling 5p or 10p.
Add up the total cost of 2 or 3 items in whole numbers of pounds.
Find the change from using £5 or £10 notes to buy items.
Is there enough money to pay for these things ?

Many of the sheets have a colour version to add to the visual appeal.
Print onto card then laminate so the pages can be reused with a wipe off marker pen.

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By Skillsheets

Basic Reading Comprehension Activity Sheets

A range of sheets which develop and assess childrens understanding of what they read by following a simple sentence. Children will however need a concept of colour to use effectively. Ideal for use in a workstation or structured activity for children with ASD.
By Ibuzzybea

Rhyming Word SNAP Cards

With three different ways to play, these Rhyming Word SNAP cards are a great addition to your literacy center rotations!

With four simple, easy to read rhyming words from each word family, these cards are perfect for beginning readers to play independently as a center activity.

Three ways to play -

* Play a game of SNAP with friends and try to match the rhyming words together to call out SNAP!!
* Place all the cards face down and play a game of MEMORY by trying to match the rhyming cards
* Print out two sets of cards to play PAIRS by placing them face down and picking up pairs of cards that match.
By clevermonkey

Cursive and non cursive handwriting booklet 2

Some simple booklets I put together for a mixed KS3/4 class of SLD/MLD/ASD students to practice cursive writing and printing. There are 3 similar booklets, one cursive with guide lines, one non-cursive with an underline and one non-cursive with guidelines.
The booklets are symbol/ picture supported and linked to letters and sounds/ phonics. I hope these are of use to someone :) The contents are:
• er
• ar
• or
• aw
• au
• ur
• air
• ear
• ow
• ow
• oi
• ay
• ey
• ea
• ir
• ie
• ue
• ew
See my other booklets: Book 1 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/cursive-and-non-cursive-handwriting-booklet-6390251
Book 3 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/cursive-and-non-cursive-handwriting-booklet-3-6424271
Edit: due to popular demand I have uploaded an editable version.
For the word document to display properly you will need to ask your search engine for the following fonts:
Non-cursive: Dnealian manuscript, Dnealian manuscript lined, the dotty non-cursive was primer apples.
For the cursive fonts, I used this handy Microsoft word 'add on' from here. http://www.cursivewriting.org/joined-up-handwriting.html
This installs its own fonts called Xccw lined, joined, dotty etc with options for where the letters join such as top or bottom. It's not free though.
By Louisecrane