A bright and colourful cut and stick activity that focuses on beginning sounds. Three of the five images begin with a given letter sounds. Children to say the words then cut out and stick the right images in the boxes.
Numicon Addition activities- 134 Addition Cards on 67 pages with actual size shapes that children can cover with their Numicon shapes! The cards come in 2 styles. One with an addition sentence One where the children have to write the numbers in the addition sentence in boxes. 2 cards per A4- makes 134 addition cards. Laminate and reuse or turn them into booklets! Number bonds to 10 1+1 to 1+10 2+1 to 2+10 3+1 to 3+10 4+1 to 4+6 5+1 to 5+6 6+1 to 6+6 7+1 to 7+4 8+1 and 8+2 9+1 and 9+2 10+1 to 10+10
A 50+ page workbook for Phase 2 sounds (s,a,t,p,i,n,m,d,g,o,c,k,e,u,r,h,b,f,l). Can be used as individual worksheets Perfect for homework Click here to check out my Phase 3 Phonics Workbook What activities will you get? Colour in the pictures that begin with a given sound Find and circle a given letter Lots of letter formation practice CVC word writing Caption writing Copyright notice: all images are owned by Epic Phonics.
This lesson is planned for Reception aged children and comes with a lesson plan, labels for your potions and recipes with yucky ingredients like worms (spagetti that you just leave to soak the day before), maggots (plain rice) and lots more! Be prepared to engage and enthuse your learners and when it comes to asking 'Who would like to make some potions today?' you will hear the oh so sweet 'me, me, me, me, me' :) Copyright notice: The images of bottles, bowls etc. were created by myself while background images were purchased with commercial rights from TPT. No credit back to store is required.
A phase 3 phonics workbook featuring the following sounds : j v w x y z qu ch sh th ng ai ee igh oa oo ar or ur ow oi ear air ure er Click here to check out my Phase 2 Phonics Workbook Initial sound activities, find and circle a given sound, make a digraph or trigraph by connecting the letters, read some words containing the new digraph and finally write some words. Black and white workbook. Can be used as individual worksheets. It's easy to follow which means it's perfect for homework. 80+ pages Have fun teaching and learning!
LEASE NOTE: You have to extract the downloaded zip file, otherwise the software will not work. You will not need to install anything. Simply click on ‘Start’. A super-fun Special Needs version of the Jack and the Beanstalk story that children can use to familiarise themselves with the story and learn to answer Who and What questions in a fun and engaging way. Drag and drop the cards to complete a sentence using Colourful semantics colours- orange for who and green for What questions. The software offers instant feedback- it is not possible to drop the wrong card. If the answer is correct the card stays in place and a happy tune is played. If the answer is incorrect the card jumps back to its original position and a sad tune is played. A great way to assess understanding. This program has lots of Who and What questions. The program works best in Google Chrome. Check out my other adapted style no print SEN resources Little Red Riding Hood The Gingerbread Man The very hungry caterpillar The Three Billy Goats Gruff Alphabet Match and Learn Clipart images by the amazing Whimsy Clips
A bundle of colourful and attractive resources for Jack and the beanstalk. Lots of writing opportunities with differentiated writing templates and engaging and interesting writing activities. What would you trade for some magic beans? What would you do if you were Jack? Fun target cards/book marks for writing! Copyright notice: Clip art images were purchased with commercial use from Whimsy Workshop Teaching http://tinyurl.com/ns6kex3 and Scrappin-Doodles http://tinyurl.com/p5vgczj.
Year 1 Grammar lesson for past and present tenses with everything you need. LO: To use past and present tenses correctly. **Smart Notebook slides with notes. ** Partner work Differentiated activity sheets- SEN, LA, MA, HA, G&T The activities were created in Publisher but are also saved as PDF so even if you haven’t got Publisher you can open them. If you do have publisher you will also be able to edit the worksheets. Enjoy and please leave a feedback :)
All about the letter S Enjoy this free sample of all my Phase 2 no prep printable activities! Click here to check out my BIG PHONICS BUNDLE Colouring Pictures. A fun colouring activity that focuses on beginning sounds! Children need to colour in the pictures that begin with a given letter sound. Find and Circle. A simple yet highly effective printable resource to learn and remember letters. Children have to find and circle all of a given phase 2 letter which is an engaging and fun activity for them. Great for school and home use. Initial Sounds Cut and Stick.A lovely and popular cut and stick printable activity to practice listening out for initial sounds. Choose and match the pictures to their beginning letters. Click here to have all your Phase 2 needs covered ;) Flashcards.Flashcards are a vital part of phonics teaching at school and also when working with your child at home. These flashcards come with the letter on the front and the letter and an image on the back. Print on A4 then fold in half and it's ready to laminate. Attractive colours to capture the attention of children. Flashcards-Make your own.Let your children design your flashcards by allowing them to colour them in. Laminate the flashcards and use them when teaching phonics. Just watch their engagement when it comes to revisiting letter sounds! Two flashcards per A4. Colouring Letters.A creative phonics resource that allows children to learn through what they love best: colouring, painting and so much more! We love brushing the letters with glue then sprinkling them with glitter! The children's work then makes a lovely display. Letter S Bookmark.A great way to embed the letters of the alphabet in young minds combined with encouraging children to read! Children have to trace over the letter learning the correct letter formation then cut and stick their three pictures that begin with the given letter sound. These alphabet bookmarks come in three different colours to offer a choice for children with three bookmarks on A4. Click here for all my Phase 2 resources Playdough Mats/Flashcards.Children love to play with playdough! What better way to support them in their learning then playdough mats where they can make their letters from playdough. These playdough mats come with upper and lower case letters. And SO MUCH MORE!!.
Getting your classroom ready for the new year? These months of the year cards will brighten up your room! 2 display cards per A4 Created by EpicPhonics using free clip art images. Please check out my ALPHABET DISPLAY POSTERS https://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/classroom-display-alphabet-bunting-11091468
Phonics for Reception. Phonics Activities. A great selection of phonics activities covering all phase 2 sounds and some of phase 3 as well as all Phase 4 tricky words. Printable activities Cut and stick activities Booklets for each Phase 2 sound Powerpoint Yes No questions (works best with Office 2013) Playdough mats Tricky word keys Tricky word watches Flashcards And more!! Copyright: All clipart images are owned by EpicPhonics.
Phase 2 Phonics MEGA PACK Take a look at the pictures to see this great selection of engaging and fun activities! Click here to check out my BIG PHONICS BUNDLE Read It Make It Write It. A great activity to help children with writing letters in the correct order by reading the word, finding the letters needed to make it and sticking them on the sheet then finally writing the word. Phase 2 Sound Mat. A colourful and useful sound mat with letters and images to support children in remembering Phase 2 letters. There is no need to provide children with the full alphabet on a sound mat as that would only make it more difficult for them to find a letter. This sound mat is ideal for those starting with Phase 2. Initial Sound Cut and Stick Activity. Another great cut and stick activity. Cut and stick the letter under the picture that begins with that sound! Once finished trace the letters to practice writing them. Middle Sound Activity Cards. A sample of our middle sound activity including 36 CVC word cards. Students name the picture and determine the middle sound for each word. They can also practice sounding out and reading CVC words. Writing Captions. A sample of our caption writing printable activity. Looking for more? Click here to have a look at our bundle of Phase 2, Phase 3 and 4 Resources! Writing Words. Copy and learn to write words featuring some of the Phase 2 sounds. This activity is great for assessing sound recognition and blending for reading. We are learning these sounds-Display Sign. Put it on your classroom door to let parents, visitors and generally the rest of the school know what letter sounds your children are learning. As a parent use this at home and get your child to tick off all the sounds you've been learning together. A Booklet for EACH Phase 2 Letter. A fun printable activity to learn about Phase 2 letters. Colouring, handwriting practice and more on 4 A4 pages. Print it double sided, then fold in half and staple it in the middle. It's ready to use! AND SO MUCH MORE! Copyright notice: all clipart images are owned by Epic Phonics.
Folder activities are easy to make, store and reset for other students throughout the day. They are great for working on basic matching, letter recognition and initial sound skills in your special needs or early years classroom. This pack includes the printables and instructions to make 24 file folders for working on the letters of the alphabet. I love using file folders to give students extra practice for new skills as they are learning them with me first and then again during independent work to practice mastered skills. Task 1: Match letters to letters- I like to reinforce the sound these letters make as my students are completing this task. Task 2: Match pictures to pictures- initial sound with a specific letter. I like to use this as an opportunity to teach vocabulary as well as initial sounds. Instruction on how to make these folder activities are included in the PDF. You will need some velcro loops and hooks, square cut folders and laminating pouches. Alternatively, instead of creating individual folders for every letter, you can put all the activities in a binder. Thanks for looking :)
Check out these colourful and engaging Classroom Display Posters A4 Alphabet Display Bunting with Lower and Upper Case Letters Precursive Handwriting Font Ready to be printed!
Phase 4 Tricky Words printable activities These resources are also available as part of my Phonics for Reception Bundle! Click here to check out my BIG PHONICS BUNDLE Secret Tricky Words.Children need to write the first letter of each word to reveal a Phase 4 tricky word. They then have the opportunity to write a sentence using this word. Painting Tricky Words with Cotton Buds.A great fine motor activity that helps children reinforce Phase 4 tricky words. They can also read a sentence with that tricky word. Tricky Word Watches.A very popular activity that helps children learn Phase 4 tricky words in a fun way. Playdough Mats.Children love to play with playdough and these mats will really help them reinforce Phase 4 tricky words. Tricky Word Flags.Another popular activity! Children need to trace a tricky word and decorate their flags. Copyright notice: all clipart images are owned by Epic Phonics.
Phase 2 Phonics printable activity. A fantastic fine motor activity! Children need to paint over the dots using cotton buds. Can they read these CVC words? 45+ pages of printable phonics activity covering all Phase 2 letters (s,a,t,p,i,n,m,d,g,o,c,k,e,u,r,h,b,f,l).
Counting to 5 worksheets. Types of activities: Match the numbers. How many? Write the number in the box. Counting from 1-5 objects. Lots of number tracing opportunities. What number comes next? Counting down. Missing numbers on a number line from 1-5. Who has more? Objects to count. Give the right number of cubes to each child. Who has more? Who has more? Children are holding a number. Review- use it for assessment. A combination of all of the above. Thank for looking.
Addition PowerPoint to 10 with Numicon shapes in a very visual and interactive way. Simply press the space bar and watch the numbers come up one at a time. Press the space bar again and watch the Numicon shapes appear one at a time. Teach addition to your whole class with this amazing PowerPoint. Your students will have a deeper understanding of basic addition as every addition sentence is supported by visuals, Numicon shapes. Watch the video to see how it works. Check out my other Numicon resources. Enjoy and please leave a review! Thanks for looking.