Specific learning difficulty teaching resources: Dyspraxia

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

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SEN Easy to Use Information Sheets

SEN Easy to Use Information Sheets

Detailed information sheets for special educational needs including Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD, ODD, Asperger's, Autism, HI/VI; Attachment Disorder. All sheets include a brief description of the need, traits students may show and top tips/ strategies to use in the classroom. I have also added links to useful websites at the bottom. These can easily be printed to put in planners/ folders or blown up for staffroom displays

By 05laurachamberlain

Witch Hunting in the 17th century

Witch Hunting in the 17th century

Three activities on witch hunting that can easily be extended or developed. A short cloze exercise, a handwriting task (that also allows for students to select pertinent information), and two sources that can be explored - Matthew Hopkins' book and a Salem lithograph produced late in 1892. Notes included.

By charstars

Fine motor Activities

Fine motor Activities

Whether there is a specific medical reason or late development, a child who struggles with fine motor control can become frustrated, angry or suffer low self-esteem. They may tire quicker than their peers when attempting fine motor tasks. Some of the tasks may include, resisting drawing and writing, having trouble holding a pencil correctly, slow handwriting and struggling to use scissors.These activities are designed to be fun and improve fine motor skills. I found that having a small box of tricks to draw upon for quick 10 minutes interventions worked well, can be used 1:1 or as a small group.

By boxoffrogsblog

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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

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Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications (Irish E-book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications (Irish E-book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications is the third book in the series created for classroom teachers, the focus of which is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their school work.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Each book contains:Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home;Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts;“Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community;Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master E-book (48 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our E-books are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

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Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Created for classroom teachers, the focus of the Maths Rescue series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their schoolwork.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data contains:Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home;Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts;“Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community;Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master E-book (52 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our E-books are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

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Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations (Irish E-Book for Special Needs and Students at Risk)

Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations is the first book in the Maths Rescue series. The focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their schoolwork.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Each book contains:Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home;Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts;“Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community;Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master E-book (60 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our E-books are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

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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.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

By schandler1

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Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Applications (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Applications (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Applications is the first book in the Maths Rescue series. The focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organization with their schoolwork.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum outcomes.Each book contains:* Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home;* Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts;* “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community;* Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master E-book (64 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our E-books are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

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Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Created for classroom teachers, the focus of the Maths Rescue series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organization with their schoolwork.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum outcomes.Maths Rescue 2: Measurement, Chance and Data contains:* Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home;* Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts;* “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community;* Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master E-book (56 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our E-books are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

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Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications (Australian E-book for students at risk)

Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications is the third book in the series created for classroom teachers, the focus of which is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organisation with their school work.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum outcomes.Each book contains:* Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised Australian organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home;* Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts;* “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community;* Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master E-book (52 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom.Our E-books are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

MITSL - Student Friendly checklist

MITSL - Student Friendly checklist

This easy to use MSTL checklist is invaluable for students to use so they can gain higher marks in their work and be able to analyse poetry. I usually laminate these resources and hang them up on the wall so as students gain more confidence and independence, then they simply go and get the checklist. It is also a great incentive to challenge students to get a higher mark (particularly boys who may be reluctant readers).

By teachmomo

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Maths Rescue 3 - Number: Applications

Maths Rescue 3 - Number: Applications

'Maths Rescue 3 – Number: Applications' is the third book in the Maths Rescue series. The focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organization with their schoolwork.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum Attainment Targets.Each book contains: Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master ebook (50 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

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Maths Rescue 2 - Measurement, Chance and Data

Maths Rescue 2 - Measurement, Chance and Data

'Maths Rescue 2 – Measurement, Chance and Data' is the second book in the Maths Rescue series. Created for classroom teachers, the focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organization with their schoolwork.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum Attainment Targets.Each book contains: Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master ebook (52 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

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Maths Rescue 1 - Number: Written Calculations

Maths Rescue 1 - Number: Written Calculations

'Maths Rescue 1 – Number: Written Calculations' is the first book in the Maths Rescue series. The focus of the series is on the reinforcement of “the basics” in maths, as well as activities aimed at developing understanding of mathematics concepts. Students with Specific Learning Difficulties experience a range of problems with their academic learning. These problems include word recognition and comprehension; coping with pages that are too cluttered and with too many differing requirements; being able to sequence, recall and apply strategies in abstract situations; striving to process information while working to meet deadlines and having trouble with personal organization with their schoolwork.While the books in this series are designed for students with learning difficulties, they can be used as a simple and straightforward introduction to concepts or a reinforcement of mathematical strategies for the whole class. The books follow a basic format, with each activity usually containing a choice of two worksheets to cater for a range of ability levels. Activities in the series are linked to National Mathematics Curriculum Attainment Targets.Each book contains: Information on Specific Learning Difficulties: Information from a variety of referenced sources including online literature from recognised organisations. Includes descriptions of the various learning difficulties and ideas for strategies in the classroom and at home; Student Lifesavers: Clearly presented charts designed as a “basic facts” reference for students who are working though more difficult maths concepts; “Parent Power” Pages: Informative pages for parents on each mathematical unit. These pages include terminology, mathematical strategies, examples and reinforcement ideas for the home and community; Progress Charts: Students can keep an ongoing record of their homework achievements.This is a Photocopy Master ebook (64 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format.Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications.Author: Sandy Tasker

By edubooks

Geography: Enquiry Skills

Geography: Enquiry Skills

KS3 Geography begins with a topic on Geographical Enquiry Skills. Geographical questions. Media. Bias. Accuracy. Beliefs. Values. Reports. etc. This simple crossword reinforces the skills involved in simple geographical enquiries and reinforces the way in which the language of the topic is used. This resource includes three more crosswords: European countries and their capitals, Asian countries and their capitals, and African countries and their capitals. Of course, the solutions are also included.Crosswords are simple, easy, and effective for reinforcing language skills, spelling, problem solving and of course they help students with handwriting issues. Best of all, the students enjoy the challenge of crosswords, whether done in small groups/teams, or as an individual activity. My preference is to use them as a small group activity because the students learn from each other and the whole activity becomes a competition. Look for new KS3 Geography and History crosswords each week. Print them off and store them away for homework activities or for when colleagues are absent.

By BFP

Mindfulness Colouring Book for Children - Calm, Refocus and Motivate your Class

Mindfulness Colouring Book for Children - Calm, Refocus and Motivate your Class

*Digital Education Version of the Global Bestselling Original: Mindfulness Colouring Book for Children*40 pages of mindful colouring activities for your class. Works well with SEN children or simply as a calming behaviour management activity or incentive to motivate your class. Focusing on geometric shapes, optical illusions and other mathematical patterns, this book is suitable for girls and boys and very powerful when combined with our relaxation music, which is also available from the TES. Both resources can also be bought in a pack together.NEW! Mindfulness Colouring Book for Children 2 now also available from the TES. All images sourced via creative commons 1.0.

By TheFutureTeacherFoundation

Symmetry - when they just won't get it

Symmetry - when they just won't get it

I found this really useful as it allows pupils to carefully check symmetry - by counting. Once used, you could give them dotted paper and challange them to create symmetrical and non symmetrical images for their peers. They love to try to catch each other out.

By cindyhoy

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The History Department Bundle

The History Department Bundle

Save yourself some time and download this useful bundle of documents to put in your History Department folder.Save money on this bundle and save yourself lots of time. IncludedCitizenship policyAudit teaching and learningLiteracy policy in historyPolicy vision and aimsPupil voice questionnaireSpiritual, moral, social and cultural development linksWork related learning documentsGifted and talented policyPersonalised learning policy in historyGifted and talented policy in historySEND strategiesWeaving local history into history lessonsClassroom poster displays

By lesleyann75

Key Drawing Task for Low Ability

Key Drawing Task for Low Ability

A key drawing worksheet for the low ability. This worksheet has very faint lines for students to go over and then add detail and tone.They could work in different media within the circles.

By TheArtyTeacher

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Key Drawing MASSIVE Bundle - worth £16.99!!

Key Drawing MASSIVE Bundle - worth £16.99!!

This will get your drawing project off to a flying start teaching your students a range of different drawing skills and, if you wish, using a range of different media. This bundle includes a photobank. Three grid drawing resources. Three differentiated drawing tasks. Why not then move onto your students drawing their own keys or phone? This would also fit into any 'Close-Ups' scheme of work. As some of the worksheets include key words I have also included my art and design glossary. Save a massive 69% !!!

By TheArtyTeacher

Remembrance Day themed: Cursive Alphabet and Numbers Handwriting for 5 to 7 years, KS1

Remembrance Day themed: Cursive Alphabet and Numbers Handwriting for 5 to 7 years, KS1

Needing to teach children to write clearly formed joined letters?This resource combines teaching children about Remembrance Day with letter writing practice.It uses an award-winning writing font teaching children where to start, which direction to write and where to stop. This is particularly useful for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and for those who are slow writers.Teach children the where to start, which direction to write and where to stop for joined writing using Remembrance Day as a theme. As well as learning how to join letters each page as a mini quiz where a child must guess the word linked to Remembrance Day that they have written. This takes away the dullness of letter and number writing. I use it and I know it worksIt helps children in Reception, Years 1 to 2, meeting the UK curriculum needs of Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 to develop:• Letter formations and joins• Establishing handwriting movement patterns• Starting and finishing points• The correct direction to followCreated by myself, I use occupational therapy techniques to improve a child’s writing throughout the pack by using a developmental process.You do not need to think of anything as it has been done for you!Just print out and use. There are 4 pages of worksheets.- Capital Letters- Lower case Letters (cursive script)- Numbers 0 to 9- Maze GameSuitable for the whole class, small groups and 1 to 1 sessions.

By HelpwithHandwriting

Remembrance Day themed: Cursive alphabet + number handwriting worksheets for 7 to 11 yrs, KS1 & KS2

Remembrance Day themed: Cursive alphabet + number handwriting worksheets for 7 to 11 yrs, KS1 & KS2

Needing to teach children to write clearly formed joined letters?This resource combines teaching children about Remembrance Day with letter writing practice.It uses an award-winning writing font teaching children where to start, which direction to write and where to stop. This is particularly useful for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and for those who are slow writers.Teach children the where to start, which direction to write and where to stop for joined writing using Remembrance Day as a theme. As well as learning how to join letters each page as a mini quiz where a child must guess the word linked to Remembrance Day that they have written. This takes away the dullness of letter and number writing. I use it and I know it worksIt helps children in Years 3 to 6, meeting the UK curriculum needs of Key Stage 1 & 2 to develop:• Letter formations and joins• Establishing handwriting movement patterns• Starting and finishing points• The correct direction to followCreated by myself, I use occupational therapy techniques to improve a child’s writing throughout the pack by using a developmental process.You do not need to think of anything as it has been done for you!Just print out and use. There are 4 pages of worksheets.- Capital Letters- Lower case Letters (cursive script)- Numbers 0 to 9- Maze GameSuitable for the whole class, small groups and 1 to 1 sessions.

By HelpwithHandwriting

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Dyspraxia, Dyslexia and Dyscalculia support activities

Dyspraxia, Dyslexia and Dyscalculia support activities

Hundreds of ideas designed to support children who have dyslexia, dyscalculia or dyspraxia. The activities are split into KS1 and KS2 and are designed to be undertaken either as part of small group work or one to one.Each activity uses minimum resources and gives clear instructions on how to carry out and extend the child's ability.

By smithy123

Halloween Handwriting Activities for KS1, KS2 (Years 2,3,4,5,6)

Halloween Handwriting Activities for KS1, KS2 (Years 2,3,4,5,6)

Let your children’s imagination go scarily wild with these Halloween handwriting activity sheets. These worksheets are designed for children over the age of six years. Included you will find a drawing activity where the children have to draw a skeleton onto a gingerbread man. A maze game helping two ghosts find each other and a dot to dot activity. There is also a spiral ghost making game where the children are asked to write as many letters as possible around a spiral shape. They are also asked to complete a social media profile for which he wants to get onto Facebook use Facebook. Other handwriting activities include writing labels to potions drawing a storyboard and writing a story about a ghost. There are nine activities in total and all will help develop your child handwriting skills.

By HelpwithHandwriting

Early Years Halloween Handwriting Activities for Reception and Year 1

Early Years Halloween Handwriting Activities for Reception and Year 1

Discover Halloween crafts and Halloween activities for Reception and Year One kids. These printable worksheets include puzzles, colouring pages and handwriting activities. Under the guise of completing a spider web, finding ghosts, helping witches and drawing skeletons these trick or treat Halloween worksheets will improve children’s handwriting skills. They can do this because they have been created using a developmental approach to handwriting where the children continue to practice pencil control skills as well as word writing skills.These worksheets for children under the age of six years. Included you will find drawing activities where the children are asked to draw a skeleton onto a gingerbread man and help a spider weave his web by drawing pre-writing patterns. There is a maze to complete and an activity where the children write words related to Halloween onto a spiral ghost. Afterward, this ghost can be hung up for all to see. Included is a social media profile for a witch, here the children are asked to complete the witches name and other vital facts. There are 7 worksheets in total with guidance notes. - Complete a spider trail by drawing pre-writing patterns x 2 sheets- Draw a skeleton by adding bones onto a gingerbread man- Complete a maze to help the ghost find a lollipop- Track a pencil to take the spell book and cauldron to the glasses and potion bottle- Write four Halloween inspired words (12 words supplied) around a spiral, cut out and hang as a ghost trail- Name the witch, where she lives and works on a social media profileAll these activities will help a child develop their handwriting skills whilst still having fun.

By HelpwithHandwriting

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Become an astronaut and improve cursive writing: Space, 7 -11 yr, KS1 & KS2, Yr 3, Yr 4, Yr 5, Yr6

Become an astronaut and improve cursive writing: Space, 7 -11 yr, KS1 & KS2, Yr 3, Yr 4, Yr 5, Yr6

Do you have children interested in space and wish to become an astronaut?Do you need to teach older children to write legible, fluent, clearly formed cursive letters? This resource combines teaching children about Space with cursive letter writing practice. It asks a child to:• Trace, copy and write the alphabet• Complete an application form to be an astronaut.• Complete an id badge and medical badge• Draw a picture of their astronaut suite• Plan a 7 step checklist for their moonwalk • Write a tweet home about their time in space• Write a short story with guidance on beginning, middle and end• Write a short story with a thesaurus prompt for those who use the same word repeatedly The children think they are learning about how to become an astronaut by writing words, sentences and short stories. They are in fact… developing their joined up writing skills by drawing letter formations, copying key facts, writing sentences and developing their comprehension skills when writing their story on the lined paper. It helps children in Years 3 to 6, meeting the UK curriculum needs of Key Stage 1, Lower KS 2 and Upper KS2 to develop:• Letter formations and joins• Establishing handwriting movement patterns• Starting and finishing points• The correct direction to follow• The number of strokes involved to produce a letter• Size and spacing of letters It uses an award winning writing font teaching children where to start, which direction to write and where to stop. This is particularly useful for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and for those who are slow writers. Created by myself, I use occupational therapy techniques to improve a child’s writing throughout the pack by using a developmental process. The best bit is that they have no idea how much this resource is improving their handwriting as they are interested in learning more space and how to become an astronaut. I use it and I know it works. When I have used it a child's imagination banishes their fear for writing. One child suggested alien snacks was a need on his 7 point checklist for the moon walk. You do not need to think of anything as it has been done for you! Just print out and use. There are 18 pages of worksheets and guidance notes. Suitable to whole class, small groups and 1 to 1 sessions. **************** Read how I use this product everyday by going to http://www.enablememethod.com/blog/ **************** Terms of UseCopyright © Enable Me Method. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited.

By HelpwithHandwriting