Specific learning difficulty teaching resources: Dyslexia

Resources and ideas for special educational needs, specific learning difficulty, dyslexia, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

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Suspense Writing: Full Writing Scheme of Work

Suspense Writing: Full Writing Scheme of Work

This scheme takes the group step by step through the stages of how to write a story. It is adapted from the government initiative 'Improving Childrens Writing' getting children from level 3 to level 4. I have changed it a little, so that it is also suitable for level 2 and 3 as well. Some resources you will have to get from the government published folder 'improving childrens writing'.

By asadler79

Phonics Digraphs and Trigraphs

Phonics Digraphs and Trigraphs

An updated version of the vowel digraphs/trigraphs learnt in Phonics sessions. I have now made these into books to be used at home by parents and pupils. Each set of same sounding phonemes are grouped together in the same colour, to aid verbalisation. I hope these are of use!

By choralsongster

Evaluation writing frame.

Evaluation writing frame.

swap words in and out as needed for a varitey of projects. The smiles are ideal for pupils to express how proud they are of there product, particuarly if this form of emotional expression is difficult for them to understand.

By emma_louisebarton

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Know the Code: Word Lists; Phrases and Sentences for Reading Fluency Practice

Know the Code: Word Lists; Phrases and Sentences for Reading Fluency Practice

This is a time-saving- just print and go - PDF resource with over 225 pages complete with words lists; word phrases; and sentences. This resource is designed to provide teachers and parents with premade lists for reading fluency practice for post skill presentations. This is not a resource that includes skills lessons, but as a supplemental resource to continue practice with reading fluency. Students using this resource should have already been instructed in the following skills: consonants, short vowels; vowel teams; vowel diphthongs; -ck; fszl; -tch; -dge; compound words (closed); R-Controlled Vowels; Vce and spelling generalizations. This resource provides phrase practice of small phrases (up to 4 words) and longer phrases (five or more) so students can practice reading fluency. Reading fluency skills students can continue to develop include: intonation of word and phrases; speaking words with proper accenting; scooping (reading a group of words together in a “flow.” There is one part of this resource that focuses on sight words. Flash cards are included for 60 sight words that are used in the phrases and sentences. Prior to students reading the phrases and sentences, teachers should do a quick assessment of students’ sight word knowledge - known and unknown sight words. Additional support can be provided by teachers using a literacy center for additional practice and support of the word lists, phrases and sentences; and the sight words. Please review the preview file prior to your purchase to ensure the contents are supportive of your students’ needs. If I can be of additional support, please contact me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com . Thank you.Elizabeth Kenny-FogginM. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)Key Terms: dyslexia; Turner Syndrome; Orton Gillingham; OG; OG lessons; OG tutor; reading fluency; sight words; supplemental support for Wilson® trained teachers; IMSLEC; OG-T; OG-TT; Liz Kenny; word lists; compound words; vce words; R-controlled words; short vowels; long vowels; vowel diphthongs; vowel teams; all ages; reading comprehension; decoding; IDA; spelling

By ekennyfoggin

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Know the Code:  40 Do Now Activities The Orton Gillingham Way- Book Two

Know the Code: 40 Do Now Activities The Orton Gillingham Way- Book Two

Buyers have asked for this multisensory resource to be published sooner than had been planned! Do you need word study activities for your students that support Orton Gillingham Programs? Are you a student OG teacher looking for ideas, word lists, and more for the lessons you need to plan for your clinic setting? If you are a teacher that is from Fairleigh Dickinson University (IMSLEC), this resource includes many of the skills from upper level scope and sequence. Are you “maxed out” with time but need to plan short mini-lessons to support students with skill development?Would your students benefit from reviewing previously presented multisensory lessons?Do you want to use multisensory activities that are research based, and provide review and skill development.Most of the Do Now Activities included in this resource include more then one page of practice opportunities.Each Do Now Activity builds on previously presented skills. If you have already purchased Book 1 Do Now Activities, this is the next in the series.For individuals who would like a "background basics of most skills included in the resource, there is information provided with visual examples of activities. Be sure to review the preview resource that provides samples of most of the activities. Due to constraints of the amount of material that can be included in the preview file, I am unable to share all pages. But, there are many samples of multisensory activities available to review prior to purchasing. Areas of focus:DecodingEncodingReading FluencyWord ComprehensionMorphological AwarenessLatin and Greek ConnectivesSyllabicationVocabularyReading strategiesWriting DevelopmentPrefixesSuffixesRoots Identification of a word's accent on syllablesWord syllabication patterns for VC/V and V/CVCognitive areas including memory, processing speed, auditory and visual skill development are additional skills embedded in skills presented. This multisensory resource is based on the Orton Gillingham methodology, including explicit, repetitive and reflective of quick feedback to support internalization of concepts. Thank you.Elizabeth Kenny-FogginM. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)Key Terms: Dyslexia; Do Now Activities; Turner Syndrome; Speech; special education; language; Greek roots; OG; Orton Gillingham; tutoring; IMSLEC; decoding; encoding; comprehension; reading fluency; know the code; Spelling; Wilson reading; supplemental Wilson games; word study; dyslexia; word sorts word work; tutor; liz kenny;useful for wilson reading teachers; IMSLEC; OG-TT; OG-T; OG-Th

By ekennyfoggin

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Orton Gillingham Spelling Series: Level D

Orton Gillingham Spelling Series: Level D

This is a NO PREP - just copy and Go! zipped PDF multisensory spelling resource with complete lessons: short vowels; beginning blends; ending blends; spelling rules: -ck and Fszl Rules; sight words; spelling strategies; writing opportunities; and basic information regarding spelling research. There are two files available, one with color throughout the resource; and the other with reduced color pages, to save ink. However, the pictures that are part of the presentation of lessons are still included in color. It has been my experience that students prefer colored pictures and react better to understanding concepts, so the pictures that are part of the main lesson are still in color. Please review both files before deciding what you want to print. This is the fourth of a eight-series spelling program. A new Level of this spelling series will be introduced each two months until there are a total of eight resources! So please come by to visit again. Each skill builds upon the previous lessons, a must for lessons to be considered Orton Gillingham based. Thank you. Elizabeth Kenny-FogginM. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)Key Terms: OG; Orton; Orton-Gillingham; Orton Gillingham; dyslexia; liz kenny; elizabeth kenny; OG bundles; Turner Syndrome; spelling workbook; OG spelling workbook; decoding; encoding; writing; reading strategies; lower grades; phonograms; vowels; syllable types; useful for wilson reading teachers; word sorts; word study; IMSLEC; OG-TT; OG-T; OG-Th

By ekennyfoggin

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Orton Gillingham Spelling Series: Level C

Orton Gillingham Spelling Series: Level C

This is a NO PREP - just Copy and Go! zipped PDF multisensory spelling resource with 11 complete lessons: -ing suffix; -ed /id/ suffix; y = /long i/; open syllable; open compound words; vce & syllable type; VC/V; vowel team & syllables; sight words; doubling rule; r-controlled & syllables; spelling strategies; writing opportunities; and basic information regarding spelling research; cognitive skills and syllable types - to name just a few skills! This is the third of a eight-series spelling program based on sequential, direct, and explicit teaching!. The next Level D resource will be finalized in June, continuing to develop skills based on review of the prior levels and presentation of new skills. So please come by to visit again each month to see what is available. There are two files available, one with color throughout the resource; and the other with REDUCED color pages, for saving color ink. However, the pictures that are part of the presentation of lessons are in color. It is my experience that students prefer colored pictures and react better to understanding concepts. Please review both files before deciding what you want to print. Please review the preview file to see the format of each unit; each provides continuity to support student understanding. Not all lessons are included in the preview. Each skill builds upon the previous lessons, a must for lessons to be Orton Gillingham based. Word study using a structured language approach helps teachers and parents to develop student spelling and reading skills. Thank you for taking time to consider/purchase this multisensory resource! If you have questions, please contact me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.comSincerely,Elizabeth Kenny-FogginM. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)ekennyfoggin@gmail.comKey Terms: Dyslexia; Turner Syndrome; OG; Orton-Gillingham; OG tutor; Wilson games; decoding; encoding; speech; reading fluency; reading comprehension; structured language literacy; IMSLEC; OG-TT; Orton; struggling readers; IMSLEC; Fun stuff; remediation; differentiation; liz kenny; useful for wilson reading teachers; word sorts; word study; IMSLEC; OG-TT; OG-T; OG-Th

By ekennyfoggin

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Orton Gillingham Spelling: Level B

Orton Gillingham Spelling: Level B

This is a NO PREP - just Copy and Go! zipped PDF multisensory spelling resource with 11 complete lessons: C before e, i, y; -tch; closed syllable; compound words; VC/CV; fszl Rule; sight words; spelling strategies; writing opportunities; and basic information regarding spelling research; cognitive skills and syllable types - to name just a few skills! There is a bonus lesson for sk-. This is the second of a eight-series spelling program based on sequential, direct, and explicit teaching!. Each month, a new level of this spelling series will be introduced. So please come by to visit! Each skill builds upon the previous lessons, a must for lessons to be considered Orton Gillingham based. Word study using a structured language approach helps teachers and parents to develop student spelling and reading skills. Thank you for taking time to consider/purchase this multisensory resource! If you have questions, please contact me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.comSincerely,Elizabeth Kenny-FogginM. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)ekennyfoggin@gmail.comKey Terms: Spelling; spelling series; Dyslexia; Turner Syndrome; OG; Orton-Gillingham; OG tutor; Wilson games; decoding; encoding; speech; reading fluency; reading comprehension; structured language literacy; IMSLEC; OG-TT; Orton; struggling readers; IMSLEC; Fun stuff; remediation; OG spelling; differentiation; liz kenny; useful for wilson reading teachers; word sorts; word study; IMSLEC; OG-TT; OG-T; OG-Th

By ekennyfoggin

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Orton Gillingham Spelling Series: Supplemental Word Lists & Activities

Orton Gillingham Spelling Series: Supplemental Word Lists & Activities

A HUGE Bundle of the four levels: A, B, C, and D - along with a supplemental activities resource. You can purchase each of the Leveled Resources separately or purchase this bundle and receive the supplemental activities for free! This bundle represents a great resource of Spelling the Orton Gillingham Way, in a sequential, cumulative, explicit, and multisensory approach based on the principles of Orton Gillingham and for large, small group or individual students. There is a supplemental activities resource available for after students have completed all four resources. This supplemental resource includes phonemic awareness activities; word lists; Words Within Words;If you have a question, please contact me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com . Have a wonderful day. Elizabeth Kenny-FogginM. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)Key terms:Dyslexia; OG; Orton Gillingham; tutoring; Elizabeth Kenny; writing development; multisensory resources; parent support; literacy; spelling resources; Turner Syndrome

By ekennyfoggin

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SEND Strategies for Differentiation Success in your classroom

SEND Strategies for Differentiation Success in your classroom

Individual Educational Plan to specifically support SEND students. Use the strategies in your lessons to differentiate for SEND students. These plans were drawn up to support in Humanities lessons but would transfer to other subjects.Local Authority, Ofsted have said that is is exemplary SEND practice. I have written codes for the below areas of need. On your lesson plan write the code and the strategy number next to the initials of the child. Keep the IEPs in your teaching file with the students name on. Practical strategies that support the new SEND code of practice. Various strategies to use in lessons depending on the need of the child. Area of SEND need covered includes:SPLD Dyslexia General Literacy difficultiesDyscalculia DyspraxiaADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity DisorderBESD Behavioural, Emotional and Social difficulties including ODD Oppositional Defiant DisorderAutismAsperger Syndrome Hearing ImpairedEditable file to personalise to your department.

By lesleyann75

Year 2 Homophones / Near Homophones Resource Bundle

Year 2 Homophones / Near Homophones Resource Bundle

This bundle contains1. A highly visual and interactive 40 slide PowerPoint lesson on the National Curriculum Year 2 Homophone / Near Homophone list including the following words – there/ their/ they're, here/ hear, see/ sea, bare/ bear, one/ won, sun / son, two / to / too, be/ bee, blue/ blew, night/ knight. The PowerPoint includes an explanation of the meaning of the homophones, examples and opportunities for pupils to decide which is the correct homophone. 2. A set of 12 differentiated worksheets on Year 2 Homophones / Near Homophones. Tasks include choosing the correct homophones, using homophones in sentences. 3. A set of three spelling practice worksheets on Year 2 homophones.Purchased individually these resources would cost £7.25. Save money and buy the bundle for just £3.99 - that's a massive saving of 45%!These resources are appropriate for Year 2 pupils and older SEN / ESL students who have yet to master the basics in spelling and phonics.For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and EducateThinking 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 GuideTo be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!

By Krazikas

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HUGE PACK OF PHONICS RESOURCES

HUGE PACK OF PHONICS RESOURCES

I have literally bundled all my phonics resources together to give you a massive amount for your money. Perfect for the Phonics Screening. Enjoy! Kids learn best when having fun and these are tried and tested!Don't forget to check out my free phonics resources too!

By Elsasupport

Spelling -ough- words

Spelling -ough- words

3 worksheets that help pupils to overlearn the -ough- pattern: a practice sheet; a crossword and a cloze activity.

By teachit123

Nutrition and Balanced Diet

Nutrition and Balanced Diet

This is a lesson suited for SEN or lower ability KS3 students. Included in the lesson is the 7 food groups, and what is a balanced diet. Students will draw their own eat well plate. Included in the lesson is sentence starter and fill in the gaps activities.

By ciarab87

Triangles: KS2 Maths Revision Activities

Triangles: KS2 Maths Revision Activities

Experience our Types of Triangles which includes a unique collection of activities such as:1. Fun Printable Game2. Animated Video3. MP 3Song File4. Illustrated Worksheets5. Creative Word Problems6. Printable Poster for Your Display7. Digital Poster for SmartBoard / Projector Use8. Short Quiz9. Vocabulary Reinforcement and More!10. Can use as a highly engaging method to review for your KS2-KS3 Math SATSVideo SummarySkateboards, mountain climbing, billiards… I love this stuff, and that's why I put it all into this song about triangles that is filled with real-world connections. We see triangles all around us, so it was easy to make this lesson especially relevant to the lives of students.Song LyricsLYRICSLYRICSIsosceles triangles have two equal sideslike this mountain we’re about to climb;and since one angle’s over ninety degrees,an obtuse triangle is what we see.If you add up every angle,there are one hundred eighty degrees in a triangle.If the length is equal on every side,we say it’s equilateral, like this road sign;and since every angle’s less than 90 degrees,an acute triangle it will also be.If skateboard ramps are your scene,with three different sides they’re called scalene.That triangle would also be called rightif a ninety degree angle is inside.There are two ways to classify triangles:by their sides and their angles,like sails out on the high seascan be right or isosceles.Or look at the foot of this goose;it’s scalene and obtuse.When you break pool balls with a cue,they’re equilateral and acute.UK Age Range:| Year 3 - Year 4 - Year 5 |KS2 Maths

By letsrockmath

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SENCO Toolkit

SENCO Toolkit

Includes:Assess, Plan, Do, Review CycleFocused feedback forms x 3Intervention tiersPupil Passports templateStudent support booklet templateLearning Walk proformaStudent observation sheet

By schandler1

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The Tempest SoW for KS3 (suits low ability or SEN)

The Tempest SoW for KS3 (suits low ability or SEN)

This is a Power-Point with over 100 slides on Shakespeare's The Tempest. There are resources and activities included within this. It is aimed at low ability KS3 and was made for special needs groups (Autism, Dyslexia and ADHD, predominantly) but easily differentiated. Whilst a text can be read alongside, this unit focuses on very short extracts to help students understand character and theme - whilst making it as accessible as possible to those who struggle. It is recommended students watch the play initially to help develop their visual understanding and then re-watch clips to support what they read. The activities are included and worksheets can be printed as individual slides. This can easily be adapted to challenge students further - and some suggestions are made in the notes section.

By charstars

Functional Skills For SEN Students - Addressing Envelopes and Note Writing - PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets

Functional Skills For SEN Students - Addressing Envelopes and Note Writing - PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets

This bundle contains 1. A set of exemplars and templates on note writing / postcard writing. Examples include:- - Get Well Soon - Thank You - Sorry - Party Invitation - Good Luck - Happy Birthday Also contains self-evaluation sheet. 2. A set of 15 writing addresses tasks and envelope templates 3. 22 Slide PowerPoint Lesson – Addressing Envelopes This is a fully editable and interactive 22 slide PowerPoint that clearly explains and demonstrates how to address an envelope, as recommended by the Post Office. Several slides ask students to identify what is incorrect about how the address has been set out. These are ideal resource for Entry Level 1 students working towards Functional Skills English where students have to - Use written words and phrases to present information. - Construct simple sentences using full stops. - Spell correctly some personal or very familiar words. - Write addresses Also suitable for primary pupils. 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 To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!

By Krazikas

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Using Full Stops and Capital Letters - 40 Slide PowerPoint Lesson and Two Sets of Worksheets

Using Full Stops and Capital Letters - 40 Slide PowerPoint Lesson and Two Sets of Worksheets

This resource contains Set 1 Worksheets This resource contains a set of 14 differentiated worksheets on using full stops to demarcate sentences. Tasks include - Placing full stops at the end of simple sentences - Placing full stops in writing containing several sentences - Placing full stops in short paragraphs - Composing own sentences - Correcting sentences in which the full stops have been incorrectly placed Correction key included. Set 2 Worksheets A Set of 17 Worksheets Task 1 - Pupils rewrite a short paragraph (about 100 words) placing full stops and capital letters in the correct places. The content is designed to be engaging and about characters who the pupils ought to be able to identify with. Task 2- Pupils complete a short comprehension about the paragraph answering in full sentences with a capital letter at the beginning and full stop at the end. Task 3 - Involves pupils writing a short paragraph about a character. A 40 Slide PowerPoint Lesson This resource contains a colourful, highly interactive and engaging 40 slide PowerPoint lesson presented by the punctuation character - the 'Full Stop' explaining how and when to use the full stop and why it is important to place it accurately in writing. It also clearly demonstrates that a capital letter is needed at the start of a sentence. Ample opportunities are provided throughout the PowerPoint for pupils to decide where the full stops and capital letters should go. Purchased separately these resources would cost £8 - save money and buy the bundle for just £4.99 - a massive saving of 38%! These resources are appropriate for primary aged pupils and older SEN / ESL / Entry Level students who find sentence demarcation challenging. 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 To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!

By Krazikas

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Full Stops and Capital Letters for SEN Students- PowerPoint Lesson and Two Sets of Worksheets

Full Stops and Capital Letters for SEN Students- PowerPoint Lesson and Two Sets of Worksheets

This resource contains Set 1 Worksheets This resource contains a set of 14 differentiated worksheets on using full stops to demarcate sentences. Tasks include - Placing full stops at the end of simple sentences - Placing full stops in writing containing several sentences - Placing full stops in short paragraphs - Composing own sentences - Correcting sentences in which the full stops have been incorrectly placed Correction key included. Set 2 Worksheets A Set of 15 Worksheets Task 1 - Pupils rewrite a short paragraph (about 100 words) placing full stops and capital letters in the correct places. The content is designed to be engaging and about characters who the pupils ought to be able to identify with. Task 2- Pupils complete a short comprehension about the paragraph answering in full sentences with a capital letter at the beginning and full stop at the end. Task 3 - Involves pupils writing a short paragraph about a character. A 40 Slide PowerPoint Lesson This resource contains a colourful, highly interactive and engaging 40 slide PowerPoint lesson presented by the punctuation character - the 'Full Stop' explaining how and when to use the full stop and why it is important to place it accurately in writing. It also clearly demonstrates that a capital letter is needed at the start of a sentence. Ample opportunities are provided throughout the PowerPoint for pupils to decide where the full stops and capital letters should go. Purchased separately these resources would cost £7.50 - save money and buy the bundle for just £4.50 - a massive saving of 40%! These resources are appropriate for older SEN / ESL / Entry Level students who find sentence demarcation challenging. 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 To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!

By Krazikas

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Jumbled Sentences Bundle

Jumbled Sentences Bundle

90 reusable fun sentence building activity boards. With 3 different sets here, its ideal for differentiation. Emergent writers love lifting the words off to unscramble them to find the hidden simple sentence. With an engaging picture clue and title on each board, this word sequencing resource suits a range of learning styles. Pupils rearrange their words into the correct order on the board before writing the sentence out themselves on the lines provided, using a dry-wipe pen. They could then copy the sentence into their jotter if required. Regular practice of making sentences in this way should help pupils begin to form sentences independently.Each mixed-up sentence contains a word beginning with a capital letter to help children identify the first word and to reinforce this important punctuation rule, and a full stop (or question mark) to pick up and place at the end of their sentence. While constructing these sentences, children also learn about word order, parts of speech and about the fact that a sentence must make sense on its own.This bundle contains:A set of 30 4-5 word sentence boardsA set of 30 6-8 word sentence boardsA set of 30 question sentence boardsPlease see the individual resources for more information and instructions. Thank you for your interest. If you decide to buy them I hope your pupils have a lot of fun using them and if you can spare a moment to review them, I would be very grateful.Another great resource I have for infants is this one for practising addition and subtraction to 20: Self-Check Trail Cards Add and Subtract to 20 (Spider Spiral)For lots more engaging, great value Maths, Literacy and French resources, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

Jumbled Sentences (6-8 words)

Jumbled Sentences (6-8 words)

A full class set of 30 different reusable sentence building activity boards. Emergent writers love lifting the words off to unscramble them to find the hidden simple sentence. With an engaging picture clue and title on each board, this word sequencing resource suits a range of learning styles. Pupils rearrange their words into the correct order on the board before writing the sentence out themselves on the lines provided, using a dry-wipe pen. They could then copy the sentence into their jotter if required. Regular practice of making sentences in this way should help pupils begin to form sentences independently.Each mixed-up sentence contains a word beginning with a capital letter to help children identify the first word and to reinforce this important punctuation rule, and a full stop to pick up and place at the end of their sentence. While constructing these sentences, children also learn about word order, parts of speech and about the fact that a sentence must make sense on its own.These sentences contain 6-8 words. A simpler set featuring scrambled 4-5 word sentences is available from my TES shop, as is a muddled up questions version. You can buy all 3 in a great value bundle.Jumbled Sentences (4-5 words)Jumbled Sentences (Questions)Jumbled Sentences 90 Board BundlePrint in colour on good quality card to make it sturdy and laminate for repeated use. With 30 boards, it’s ideal for using as a regular activity, with children working on a different one each session. Or pick and choose the ones you make up if working with a smaller group. It could be used with SEN / ASN groups or other groups requiring more support with writing.Words are printed faintly on each sheet in a random order. Once laminated, cut the word strips and stick each word on top of this faint type, using Blu Tack, Blu Tack ‘Glu Dots’ or equivalent. Each strip of words is in a different colour to help identify the board it is from. You can train the children to replace the words to these starting positions and to wipe their boards before putting them back. I recommend good quality laminating pouches and easy-wipe pens to aid with this process!Thank you if you decide to download this and if you find a spare moment I would be so grateful for a review. Main file included as Word and PDF.For more engaging, great value Maths, Literacy and French resources, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

Jumbled Sentences (4-5 words)

Jumbled Sentences (4-5 words)

Full class set of 30 different reusable sentence building boards. Emergent writers love lifting the words off to unscramble them to find the hidden simple sentence. With an engaging picture clue and title on each board, this word sequencing resource suits a range of learning styles. Pupils rearrange their words into the correct order on the board before writing the sentence out on the lines provided, using a dry-wipe pen. They could then copy the sentence into their jotter. Regular practice of making sentences in this way should help pupils begin to form sentences independently.Each mixed-up sentence contains a word beginning with a capital letter to help children identify the first word and to reinforce this important punctuation rule, and a full stop to pick up and place at the end. While constructing these sentences, children also learn about word order, parts of speech and about the fact that a sentence must make sense on its own.These sentences contain 4-5 words. A more challenging set featuring scrambled 6-8 word sentences is available from my TES Shop, as is a muddled up questions version. You can buy all 3 in a bundle.Jumbled Sentences (6-8 words)Jumbled Sentences (Questions)Jumbled Sentences 90 Board BundlePrint in colour on quality card to make it sturdy and laminate for repeated use. With 30 boards, it’s ideal as a regular activity, with children working on a different one each session. Or pick and choose the ones you make up if working with a smaller group. It could be used with SEN / ASN groups or other groups requiring more support with writing.Words are printed faintly on each sheet in a random order. Once laminated, cut the word strips and stick each word on top of this faint type, using Blu Tack, Blu Tack ‘Glu Dots’ or equivalent. Each strip of words is in a different colour to help identify the board it is from. You can train the children to replace the words to these starting positions and to wipe their boards before putting them back. I recommend good quality laminating pouches and easy-wipe pens to aid with this process!Thank you if you buy this. If you find a spare moment I would be so grateful for a review. Main file included as Word and PDF.For more engaging, great value Maths, Literacy and French resources, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

Jumbled Sentences (Questions)

Jumbled Sentences (Questions)

Full class set of 30 different reusable question building activity boards. Emergent writers love lifting the words off to unscramble them to find the hidden simple question. With an engaging picture clue and title on each board, this word sequencing resource suits a range of learning styles. Pupils rearrange their words into the correct order on the board before writing the sentence out on the lines provided, using a dry-wipe pen. They could then copy the question into their jotter. Regular practice of making questions in this way should help pupils begin to form questions independently.Each mixed-up question contains a word beginning with a capital letter to help children identify the first word and to reinforce this important punctuation rule, and a question mark to place at the end of their sentence. While constructing sentences, children also learn about word order in questions and as it features a range of question starters (What?/When?/How?/Who?/Did? etc) it will help children begin to use a wider variety of their own.These muddled up questions contain 5-8 words. Also available are two sets of scrambled sentences boards, one with 4-5 words and a more challenging one with 6-8 words. All 3 are available in a great value bundle.Jumbled Sentences (4-5 words)Jumbled Sentences (6-8 words)Jumbled Sentences BundlePrint in colour on good quality card to make it sturdy and laminate for repeated use. With 30 boards, it’s ideal as a regular activity, with children working on a different one each session. Or pick and choose the ones you make up if working with a smaller group. It could be used with SEN / ASN groups or other groups requiring more writing support.Words are printed faintly on each sheet in a random order. Once laminated, cut the word strips and stick each word on top of this faint type, using Blu Tack, Blu Tack ‘Glu Dots’ or equivalent. Each strip of words is in a different colour to help identify the board it is from. You can train the children to replace the words to these starting positions and to wipe their boards before putting them back. I recommend good quality laminating pouches and easy-wipe pens to aid with this!Thank you if you buy this. If you get a spare moment I'd be grateful for a review. Main file included as Word and PDF.For more engaging, great value Maths, Literacy and French resources, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

Post-Mock Feedback Sheet (Recording Device or Typing)

Post-Mock Feedback Sheet (Recording Device or Typing)

This is a very good resource that I gave to my examination students who are using recording devices or typing their examination answers. The questions within the feedback sheet were given after their mocks but can be also used for in-class preparation. The answers will give you knowledge of what the student hopes to focus on so you can plan what improvements need to be targeted.

By tomgav

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Student Support Booklet Template

Student Support Booklet Template

As a SENCO I found it extremely frustrating constantly having to remind teachers about specific students needs and how to support these. Despite having access to an inclusion register. I have created this booklet that has been given to all staff to ensure they are fully aware of all students with additional needs and how to support these fully in their lessons. The contents have been collated from various websites and sources for ease of use in one document. Including key documents made by myself.The booklet contains:1. An introduction to the booklet and how to use it2. Key and Acronyms3. Broad areas of need explained4. List of students identified with SEND (anonymized ready to input your school's information into)5. Students for whom reasonable adjustments should be made (anonymized ready to input your school's information into)6. Supporting Pupils with Statements of SEND/EHCPs (anonymized ready to input your school's information into)7. Student’s Health Care Plans. 8. Named Students/students with mentors9. Specific Learning Difficulties (SPLD) definition10. ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Disorder definition11. Supporting students with Dyslexia12. Supporting students with ASD13. Supporting students with numeracy difficulties.14. Supporting students with ADHD15. Supporting Students with SLCN16. Questioning Blank Levels17. Simplifying questions18. Differentiation techniques to teach key vocabulary and key concepts19. Referral form – Learning Concerns20. Referral form – Behavioural and emotional concerns21. Record of concern form (CP)22. Subject teacher feedback form 23. Pupil passport proforma24. Interventions offered in school25. Assess, Plan, Do, Review Cycle

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Dyscalculia Resources for Enlightened SENCOs

Dyscalculia Resources for Enlightened SENCOs

The first volume of Dyscalculia Resources for Enlightened SENCOs, covering counting to 20, recognising numerals, comparing magnitudes and thinking in groups.Over 100 activities for that special someone in your life, along with a few whole-class activities.Learn how to connect teaching with a dyscalculic child's way of thinking.Advice on different approaches to teaching maths to pupils with dyscalculia, dyslexia, or a combination of the two.Provides an introduction to research into dyscalculia.Each activity comes complete with a specific and step-by-step analysis sheet to help you work through any difficulties the pupil has.

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Support for Spelling Phase 5 - with Widgit Symbols

Support for Spelling Phase 5 - with Widgit Symbols

A range of resources to support the teaching of alternative spelling patterns and vowel blends. Each resource uses symbols and words (with missing letters) for teachers and other practitioners to use when practising/consolidating children’s knowledge of phase five sounds. Using the symbols along with the initial letter or digraph cues, children can identify the correct spelling pattern to complete the word.Resource List:- air/are/ear- ire/ear/ure- oa/ow- oi/ov- oo/ue/ew- or/oor/ore/aw- ou/owThis resource was created in InPrint 3.Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.

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Support for Spelling Phase 2 - with Widgit Symbols

Support for Spelling Phase 2 - with Widgit Symbols

A range of resources to support the teaching of short vowel sounds. Each resource uses symbols and words (with missing vowels) for teachers and other practitioners to use when practising/consolidating children’s knowledge of short vowel sounds. Using the symbols along with the initial and final letter cues, children can identify the correct short vowel sound to complete the word.Resource List:- a or e?- a or o?- a or u?- e or i?- e or u?- i or o?- o or u?- Mixed short vowel sounds- Vowel Pairs One- Vowel Pairs TwoThis resource was created in InPrint 3.Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.

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