Whole-school English language learning resources: adjectives and adverbs

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HFWs short story and gapfill exercises part 5

HFWs short story and gapfill exercises part 5

This is the final story that I have made fromthe first 500 high frequency words. There are pictures to illustrate extra words. The 5 gapfill worksheets ask pupils to show understanding of using these words.

By gmb65

HFW story and exercises  Part 2

HFW story and exercises Part 2

This is the second story of five. It is made from the first 200 HFWs with illustrations for extra words. There are 5 gapfill exercises to accompany story.,

By gmb65

100 HFW short story and gapfill worksheets

100 HFW short story and gapfill worksheets

This is a resource I designed for my EAL learners but it should also be suitable for primary age English speaking children. The story is made up from the first 100 high frequency words. Picture are included to illustrate any extra words. There are five gapfill worksheets to go with the story, each one focussing on twenty words in order of frequency.

By gmb65

Famous Victorian Men-Charles Dickens

Famous Victorian Men-Charles Dickens

A 15 page PDF file to be used by KS2. Charles Dickens' life story is written in child friendly vocabulary. There are worksheets included which cover comprehension, spag, sequencing events, internet research, life in Victorian times, vocabulary and composing questions. This will be useful if the children are studying a novel by Dickens or are looking at life in Victorian times.

By teachercellar

Toot Hill School Reading Challenge

Toot Hill School Reading Challenge

The Toot Hill Reading Challenge is aimed at 11 - 14 year olds, however, older students would gain greatly from them too. They have been created from Future Classics in the 'free books for school' packs available from Book Trust. The objective of the challenge is to encourage students to read a book from cover to cover, by answering the ten questions that have been put together in chronological order...no trick questions! Students are keen to work through the challenge and have found reluctant readers have completed the quiz too. The incentive of school credits and a prize seems to work. We set them as a monthly challenge to increase the focus of the book. We have also found these challenges help the student to understand what they are reading and it also helps teachers/librarians find out if students are actually reading their books, so can be used as a tester for students.

By welovebooks1

Using adverbs and adjectives in descriptive writing

Using adverbs and adjectives in descriptive writing

This resource revises the use of adverbs in different positions within sentences and asks pupils to create sentences using adverbs appropriately. Students rearrange sentences to make them flow and look at descriptive extracts which use both adjectives and adverbs for effect. Pupils decide which extract is the more descriptive and find evidence to support their choices. I include one of my Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar quizzes in which adverbs and adjectives feature in one of the sections. Answers are provided. Suitable for ages 10+

By jlimb

How To Eat Strawberries.

How To Eat Strawberries.

CCW Cursive script dotted 1. Stimulus/matching cards with helping noun and verb cards to accompany a cursive writing sequenced frame of how to eat strawberries.

By butterbeans65

quiz: spelling, punctuation and grammar for July

quiz: spelling, punctuation and grammar for July

This resource is one in a series of similar quizzes which test various aspects of spelling , punctuation and grammar. This one focuses on of/off and where/wear and we're as well as other homophones. Pupils need to insert commas where needed, use prefixes to form opposites and invent examples of their own. They are given a weirdly worded passage featuring Joe who finds spelling difficult. All answers are provided at the end. This resource can be easily dropped into a revision session and will enable students to review their own mistakes, without the need for lengthy marking. Used on a regular basis, these quizzes will help to raise standards in SPaG. Suitable for ages 10+

By jlimb

ks2 &  ks3 -- 28 5 minute Literacy tasks with instructions - form literacy/English lesson starter

ks2 & ks3 -- 28 5 minute Literacy tasks with instructions - form literacy/English lesson starter

Print these cards out, laminate them, and every time someone finishes 5 minutes early they can complete a literacy task. Includes an instruction sheet to stick on the outside of whatever box it is put in. INCLUDES: Modal Verbs, homophones, synonyms, fact vs opinion, adjective, collective nouns, concrete nouns, commas, contractions, compound words, singular and plural nouns, slow writing, description, adverbs, punctuation, onomatopoeia, speech marks, book review, tenses, collective nouns, imperative nouns, apostrophes, word jumbles and more!

By georgia_katherine