CVC phoneme frames - initial sound. Students need to think about the initial sound for the word that goes with the picture. If laminated, the students can write with a dry wipe pen onto it and then it can be rubbed off and re-used.
Rocket game - Past and present tense word matching game. Cut the rockets into three. Roll a dice to decide which piece can be selected. First person to collect the most rockets wins the game. Instructions card included.
Letters and Sounds Phase 2 caption ordering activity worksheet. Instructions for use: Cut off the caption strip at the bottom of the page, read it and then cut it up into separate boxes/words. Mix them up and then order them correctly. Glue/write this into the blank boxes in the correct order and then write out the whole caption underneath. Four individual pages with either: ‘go to the top of the hill’, ‘I can huff and puff’, ‘get off the bus’ or ‘a hug and a kiss’ on it.
Self check flashcards for the 3, 6, 4, 8 times table with the inverse on the back. For use at home or in school, independently or with adult help. Students could time themselves and try to beat their previous time. Use them in order or mixed up. Helps to improve times tables scores. Instructions to make: Just cut, fold, glue and then laminate if desired, for durability
Frog and lily pad reading game - Phase 2 to 4. Instructions for use: Help the frogs cross the river. Use a piece of dowel for the middle of the spinner or roll a dice and whichever number it lands on is that frogs turn to cross the river! Students are to successfully read all the words in the line for the frog to cross the river. To make this game easier, you could use a green counter (the frog) and mark where a child gets to in the line of words if they get one incorrect. The next time that number is rolled, they start from the counter instead of at the beginning of the line of words.
CVC phoneme frames - final sound. Students need to think about the final sound for the word that goes with the picture. If laminated, the students can write with a dry wipe pen onto it and then it can be rubbed off and re-used.
Pictures for word sets etc - Owl, rocket, rock pool, airport, and fireworks. Each with 10 blank circles on them and a black and white version included. These pictures can be used to put spellings on to take home, chore charts, counting down to an event, number sentences, testing (stamp the circle of the student gets it correct) etc.
Drinks reminder mats. Fill in the details describing the cup, drink required, milk or sugar needed. Laminate so they can be re-used. Place under cups to remind you who drinks what! Great for when making drinks for a group of people regularly.
Self check maths flashcards - measuring angles. Angle measurements with degrees on the reverse and a description of the angle also. For children to use in school or at home to practise. These self check flashcards mean that children can practise on their own or with an adult helping them. Just cut out, fold in the middle, glue and laminate for durability.
Reading and spelling word wall. Could be used to keep track of a students progress as well as providing a visual aid for the student to see their progress. Included are blank sheets for personalised spelling or reading words. Write in the boxes the date the word was given and the date it was achieved.
Seaside shopping multiplication game, choose from 2x to 12x tables. Illustrated instruction card included, basket and spare tiles. Choose two sets of times tables questions and answers. Students take it in turns to pick out an item from the shopping basket. They then look at the back of the item for a multiplication answer (its cost). The multiplication cards are spread out on the table infront of them. They choose the card they think is the multiplication number sentence for the answer (cost). Then they turn over the multiplication to see if it matches the answer. If it matches the item goes onto there shopping bag. The winner is the first person to fill their shopping bag.
Make a story smoothie! Includes a blank shelf and fruit pages for the students own suggestions. Students choose the fruit from the fridge to include in their story and place it onto the blender. As they include the idea on the fruit in their story, they move it into the glass to make the smoothie. After all the pieces of fruit have been ‘blended’, they have created their story smoothie. Punctuation ‘fruit’ could be included also.
Bird feeder reading game - Phase 2. Instructions for use: Help to feed the birds. Use a piece of dowel for the middle of the spinner or roll a dice and whichever number it lands on is that birds turn to eat the seeds! Students are to successfully read all the words in the line for that bird’s belly to be full!