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I have been a special needs practitioner/teacher for ten years--it is my passion! I have taught students who range from profound to moderate to severe learning difficulties. I also have a lot of experience teaching students who are on the Autism Spectrum. Most of the content that I teach focuses in the area of functional life skills, social skills and behavior modifications.

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I have been a special needs practitioner/teacher for ten years--it is my passion! I have taught students who range from profound to moderate to severe learning difficulties. I also have a lot of experience teaching students who are on the Autism Spectrum. Most of the content that I teach focuses in the area of functional life skills, social skills and behavior modifications.
Colourful Semantics activity pack (22 pics) Level 5 (Subject, Verb, Object, Place, Describe) SLD
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Colourful Semantics activity pack (22 pics) Level 5 (Subject, Verb, Object, Place, Describe) SLD

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This is a Colourful Semantics activity set Level 5 (Subject-Verb-Object- Place -Describe) Colourful Semantics Level 5 is an approach can be used with children with a range of Speech, Language and Communication Needs. Developing the use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives. Use this activity to help your children construct simple sentences. Colourful Semantics is a great way to support children who struggle to construct a sentence independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange (10 in total), ‘what doing’ words (verbs) (11 in total) are yellow, ‘what’ words (26 in total) are green, ‘place’ words (17 in total) are blue and ‘describe’ words (10 in total). This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their sentence construction and supports communication in general. Colourful Semantics are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence This is a great activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order and support communication by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. There is an orange yellow, green, blue and purple coloured sentence strip under each picture. You can print, laminate and use velcro onto them. Use hard velcro onto the coloured sentence strip and soft velcro behind each coloured symbol. Can be transferred to written sentences and written language comprehension Can be carried out individually or in small groups.
Colourful Semantics activity pack (34 pics) Level 4 (Subject, Verb, Object, Place) for SLD learners
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Colourful Semantics activity pack (34 pics) Level 4 (Subject, Verb, Object, Place) for SLD learners

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This is a Colourful Semantics activity set Level 4 (Subject-Verb-Object- Place). Colourful Semantics Level 4 is an approach can be used with children with a range of Speech, Language and Communication Needs. Developing the use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives. Use this activity to help your children construct simple sentences. Colourful Semantics is a great way to support children who struggle to construct a sentence independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange (10 in total), ‘what doing’ words (verbs) (21 in total) are yellow, ‘what’ words (46 in total) are green and ‘place’ words (16 in total) are blue. This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their sentence construction and supports communiction in general. Colourful Semantics are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence This is a great activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order and support communication by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. There is an orange yellow, green and blue coloured sentence strip under each picture. You can print, laminate and use velcro onto them. Use hard velcro onto the coloured sentence strip and soft velcro behind each coloured symbol. Can be transferred to written sentences and written language comprehension Can be carried out individually or in small groups. Please see the sentences below:
Colourful Semantics activity pack (35 pics) Level 3 (Subject-Verb-Object) for SLD learners
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Colourful Semantics activity pack (35 pics) Level 3 (Subject-Verb-Object) for SLD learners

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This is a Colourful Semantics activity set Level 3 (Subject-Verb-Object). Colourful Semantics Level 3 is an approach can be used with children with a range of Speech, Language and Communication Needs. Use this activity to help your children construct simple sentences. Colourful Semantics is a great way to support children who struggle to construct a sentence independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange (10 in total), ‘what doing’ words (verbs) (14 in total) are yellow, ‘what’ words (46 in total) are green. This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their sentence construction. Colourful Semantics are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence This is a great activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order and support communication by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. There is an orange, yellow and green coloured sentence strip under each picture. You can print, laminate and use velcro onto them. Use hard velcro onto the coloured sentence strip and soft velcro behind each coloured symbol. Can be transferred to written sentences and written language comprehension Can be carried out individually or in small groups. Please see below the sentences: The bear is eating the cake The boy is playing drums. The boy is cutting a banana The boy is cutting an apple The bear is reading a book. The girl is cutting a paper. The lady is washing a dog. The boy is eating a sandwich The boy is shopping bananas. The girl is eating an ice-cream. The boy is riding a bike. The baby is drinking milk. The man is reading a book. The monkey is eating a banana. The lady is giving a letter. The girl is playing with the ball. The man is giving a box. The monkey is eating a peanut. The girl is eating an apple. The boy is washing his face. The big is eating an apple. The lady is writing a letter. The girl is eating a cake. The boy is eating a bagel. The lady is eating an orange. The man is reading a newspaper. The lady is reading a letter. The girl is smelling a flower. The lady is drinking juice. The bay is drinking water. The lady is smelling a perfume. The baby is playing with the bricks. The man is cleaning the table. The lady is cleaning the table. The lady is riding a horse.
The Colour Monster story and activities
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The Colour Monster story and activities

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‘The Colour Monster’ is here to teach children about feelings, as each beautiful colour leads to an emotion. It will also help children build understanding and empathy towards others, as in the story the emotions are attached to deep descriptions of how the little Monster feels inside and how he is able to cope: Here is a snippet of what each colour means in this story: YELLOW – HAPPY BLUE – SAD RED – ANGER BLACK – FEAR GREEN – CALM PINK – LOVE The Budle includes: A simplified version of the story in widgit a matching activity - Place the right jar and widgit colour symbol a sentence building activity The colour monster Maths - Interactive Digital Activity a document that includes images of the monster in the 7 different colours (you can print them and use them as puppets or decorate your class) Enjoy!
The tiger who came to tea:  story and activities widgit symbolised
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The tiger who came to tea: story and activities widgit symbolised

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A modern classic story of Sophie and her extraordinary teatime guest has been loved by millions of children since it was first published more than fifty years ago. The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don’t expect to see at the door is a big furry, stripy tiger! The magic begins at teatime! The bundle includes: the story in widgit programme ppt a word mat a comprehension activity widgit symbolised Find the initial letter activity The tiger who came to tea counting activity a document that includes images of the characters (you can print them and use them as puppets or decorate your class) Enjoy!
''Peppa pig'' Colourful Semantics pack Level 4 (Who, What doing, What, Where)
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''Peppa pig'' Colourful Semantics pack Level 4 (Who, What doing, What, Where)

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Use this activity to help your children construct simple sentences. Colourful Semantics Level 4 is an approach can be used with children with a range of Speech, Language and Communication Needs. Developing the use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives. Peppa pig Colourful Semantics pack is a fun way to support children who struggle to construct a sentence independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange (6 in total), ‘what doing’ words (verbs) (23 in total) are yellow, ‘what’ words (46 in total) are green and ‘place’ words (15 in total) are blue. This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their sentence construction. Colourful Semantics are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence This is a great activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order and support communication by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. There is an orange, yellow, green and blue coloured sentence strip under each picture. You can print, laminate and use velcro onto them. Use hard velcro onto the coloured sentence strip and soft velcro behind each coloured symbol. Can be transferred to written sentences and written language comprehension. Can be carried out individually or in small groups.
''Superheroes'' Colourful Semantics pack Level 3 (52 cards in total)
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''Superheroes'' Colourful Semantics pack Level 3 (52 cards in total)

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Use this activity to help your children construct simple sentences. ‘‘Superheroes’’ Colourful Semantics pack Level 3 is a fun way to support children who struggle to construct a sentence independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange (9 in total), ‘what doing’ words (verbs) (27 in total) are yellow, ‘what’ words (50 in total) are green. This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their sentence construction. Colourful Semantics are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence This is a great activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order and support communication by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. There is an orange, yellow and green coloured sentence strip under each picture. You can print, laminate and use velcro onto them. Use hard velcro onto the coloured sentence strip and soft velcro behind each coloured symbol. Can be transferred to written sentences and written language comprehension Can be carried out individually or in small groups.
''Walking through the jungle'' in widgit software and activities for SEN (SLD) learners
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''Walking through the jungle'' in widgit software and activities for SEN (SLD) learners

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A popular book that is enhancing the wild animals vocabulary, through listening, singing, reading and discussing with the help of the book ‘‘Walking through the jungle’’ by Stella Blackstone, illustrated by Debbie Harter and sung by Fred Penner. The resource includes: ppt ‘‘Walking through the jungle’’ story widgit symbolised Visuals to stick on the book Story mat Colourful semantics activity Building sentences activity Find the initial letter acivity all widgit symbolised! Enjoy!
All about Autumn - story and activities widgit symbolised for SEN learners
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All about Autumn - story and activities widgit symbolised for SEN learners

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This is a great story about Autumn season widgit symbolised for SEN learners. This pack was developed for SEN students and students with autism. There are so many ways to learn about Autumn in this pack. There are suggestions for differentiation and multiple versions of activities provided. Perfect for whole-class teaching, this PowerPoint features useful information about the: -Autumn weather, -what is happening to living things, -what festivals are celebrated -What food is harvested to help support your teaching on Autumn. This file contains: PPP of the story with Widgit visuals Comprehension activity 1 ‘‘Building sentences’’ activity as extension activity All about Autumn counting activity - Digital activity for distance learning All about Autumn addition activity - Digital activity for distance learning
My Weekend News widgit Symbolised- ppt, Questions, answers for SLD Learners
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My Weekend News widgit Symbolised- ppt, Questions, answers for SLD Learners

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Looking for new ideas working on SLD Learners communication skills? My Weekend News session is a great resource, allowing your children to communicate and build sentences about their weekend news using symbols. The resource includes: -a ppt that you can use in circle time. Add your team’s picture and make it more interactive for your learners. 7 questions all widgit symbolised a great selection of answers for your students to choose from, all widgit symbolised.
''Frozen'' Colourful Semantics pack Level 3 (21 in total)
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''Frozen'' Colourful Semantics pack Level 3 (21 in total)

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Use this activity to help your children construct simple sentences. ‘‘Frozen’’ Colourful Semantics pack is a fun way to support children who struggle to construct a sentence independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange (5 in total), ‘what doing’ words (verbs) (15 in total) are yellow, ‘what’ words (30 in total) are green. This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their sentence construction. Colourful Semantics are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence This is a great activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order and support communication by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. There is an orange, yellow and green coloured sentence strip under each picture. You can print, laminate and use velcro onto them. Use hard velcro onto the coloured sentence strip and soft velcro behind each coloured symbol. Can be transferred to written sentences and written language comprehension Can be carried out individually or in small groups.
C. Semantics Level 6pack (who, doing what, what, where, when) 41 cards
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C. Semantics Level 6pack (who, doing what, what, where, when) 41 cards

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This is the Colourful Semantics activity Level 6 pack (who, doing what, what, where, when) Colourful Semantics Level 6 is an approach can be used with children with a range of Speech, Language and Communication Needs. Developing the use of nouns, verbs, prepositions and adjectives. Use this activity to help your children construct simple sentences. Colourful Semantics is a great way to support children who struggle to construct a sentence independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange (10 in total), ‘doing what’ words (verbs) (20 in total) are yellow, ‘what’ words (53 in total) are green, ‘where’ words (20 in total) are blue and ‘when’ words (7 in total) are brown. This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their sentence construction and supports communication in general. Colourful Semantics are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence This is a great activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order and support communication by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. There is an orange yellow, green, blue and purple coloured sentence strip under each picture. You can print, laminate and use velcro onto them. Use hard velcro onto the coloured sentence strip and soft velcro behind each coloured symbol. Can be transferred to written sentences and written language comprehension Can be carried out individually or in small groups. Total Pages: 67 pages
Peppa Pig and Friends Colourful Semantics pack, Level 2 & 3 (67 in total)
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Peppa Pig and Friends Colourful Semantics pack, Level 2 & 3 (67 in total)

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This is the Peppa Pig & Friends Colourful Semantics activity Level 2 & 3 pack Colorful Semantics Level is an approach can be used with children with a range of Speech, Language and Communication Needs. Developing the use of nouns verbs, prepositions and adjectives. Use this activity to help your children construct simple sentences. Colorful Semantics is a great way to support children who struggle to construct a sentence independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange (22 in total), ‘doing what’ words (verbs) (37 in total) are yellow and ‘what’ words (43 in total) are green. This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colorful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their sentence construction and supports communication in general. Colorful Semantics are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence This is a great activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order and support communication by answering simple ‘Wh’ questions. There is an orange yellow and green C.S. sentence strip under each picture. You can print, laminate and use Velcro onto them. Use hard Velcro onto the C.S. sentence strip and soft Velcro behind each symbol. Can be transferred to written sentences and written language comprehension
All about Winter - story and activities widgit symbolised for SEN learners
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All about Winter - story and activities widgit symbolised for SEN learners

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This is a great story about Winter season widgit symbolised for SEN learners. Perfect for whole-class teaching, this PowerPoint features useful information about the: -Winter weather, -what is happening to living things, -what festivals are celebrated to help support your teaching on Winter. This file contains: PPP of the story with Widgit visuals Comprehension activity 1 ‘‘Building sentences’’ activity as extension activity All about Winter counting activity All about Winter addition activity
UK Money Pounds and Pence Count Matching and Adding for SLD , MLD learners
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UK Money Pounds and Pence Count Matching and Adding for SLD , MLD learners

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This time-saving pack contains a set of worksheets relating to buying different items. This resource is for countries using the Pound Sterling. Each activity shows a combination of coins up to a particular value which pupils add up and match the total in the space provided. Coins used are 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2 coins Notes used are £5, £10, £20, £50 notes Content • A ppt presentig all coins and notes. • 2 British Money word mats/ 1 Coins Mat and 1 Coins and Notes mat • 23 Task- activities for all levels and abilities: Simple matching activities for SLD Learners (1 worksheet), Money recognition -Match the value of the coin(s) and note (s) (3 worksheets) make the correct amount using 1p coins -up to 5 (1 worksheet) count mixed coins (2 worksheets) find the right note and buy new clothes (1 worksheet) matching coins activities/ Find the right coin and match it on the price tag (4 worksheets). maximising matching coins activities (5 worksheets) addition knowledge - add the total amount spent (2 worksheets) • 3 Interactive Digital Activities Laminate You can print, laminate and cut out the activities and money for pupils to practice adding up coin values. Ideal for, SEN learners early finishers and for those pupils who need more practice in adding up coins. **** Print off, cut out and glue into workbooks**** You may wish to record learners’ work and so this resource is great for cutting out and sticking into worksheets or onto plain paper. Whatever ability the pupil is at, you can choose the appropriate activity.
''Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?'' story and activities for SEN learners  - widgit visuals
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''Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?'' story and activities for SEN learners - widgit visuals

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This classic children’s book has been transliterated into widgit visuals . SEN students can read, stick the visuals in the right page and view the pictured (colours and animals) makaton signs at the same time. The pack includes: ppt ‘‘Brown bear, Brown bear, What do you see?’’ story with widgit visuals and makaton signs Visuals to stick on the book Story mat Sequence the story activity Building sentences activity ‘‘I see a…’’
Colourful Semantics activity pack (34 pics) Level 2 for SLD learners
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Colourful Semantics activity pack (34 pics) Level 2 for SLD learners

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This is a Colourful Semantics activity set Level 2 (Subject-Verb) Use this activity to help your children construct simple sentences. Colourful Semantics is a great way to support children who struggle to write independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange (9 in total), ‘what doing’ words (verbs) (20 in total) are yellow . This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their sentence construction. Colourful Semantics are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence This is a good activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order. Learn to build sentences and develop your commenting skills. There is an orange and yellow coloured strip under each picture. You can print, laminate and use velcro onto them. Use hard velcro onto the coloured strip under the picture and soft velcro behind each coloured symbol. Please see the sentences below: The girl is jumping. The dog is sleeping. Te man is riding. The girl is drinking. The man is sleeping. The girl is riding. The lady is riding. The girl is playing. The boy is riding. The dog is swimming. The man is drinking. The lady is drinking. The boy is drinking. The cat is playing. The girl is climbing. The man is giving. The dog is eating. The lady is walking. The cat is eating. The girl is walking. The boy is painting. The lady is giving. The boy is singing. The girl is swimming. The monkey is drinking. the girl is writing. The lady is dancing. The bear is eating. The baby is playing. The man is dancing. The man is cooking. The girl is reading. The baby is crying. The lady is running.
Who, What, Where - Colourful Semantics Cut-Up Sentences Activity for MLD learners
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Who, What, Where - Colourful Semantics Cut-Up Sentences Activity for MLD learners

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MLD colourful semantics cut-up sentences activity. Use this cut-up sentences activities (2 documents) to help your children construct simple sentences. Colourful Semantics is a great way to support children who struggle to write independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange, ‘what doing’ words (verbs) are yellow , ‘what’ words are green ‘where’ words are blue. This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their writing. Cut-up sentences are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence and will allow them to arrange it so it makes grammatical sense. This is a good activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order.
Who, What, Where, To Whom - Colourful Semantics Cut-Up Sentences Activity for MLD learners
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Who, What, Where, To Whom - Colourful Semantics Cut-Up Sentences Activity for MLD learners

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MLD colourful semantics cut-up sentences activity. Use this cut-up sentences activity to help your children construct simple sentences. Colourful Semantics is a great way to support children who struggle to write independently. The colour scheme relates to the types of words in a sentence. For example, ‘who’ words are orange, ‘what doing’ words (verbs) are yellow , ‘what’ words are green ‘where’ words are blue, ‘to Whom’ words are purple. This helps children to learn about word types and word order and sentence structure. Using Colourful Semantics, your children will become more confident and independent in their writing. Cut-up sentences are a great way to help children construct and create complete sentences. It helps children to identify the correct order of a sentence and will allow them to arrange it so it makes grammatical sense. This is a good activity to help children learn the importance of sentence structure and order.
Barry the Fish with fingers-story and activ. widgit symbolised & C.Semantics
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Barry the Fish with fingers-story and activ. widgit symbolised & C.Semantics

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‘‘Barry the Fish with fingers’’ is a great book to work on building up vocabulary and answering questions. Fish come from all over the ocean to see Puffy the Puffer Fish’s amazing bubbles. Big bubbles, small bubbles, square bubbles . . . they’ve never seen anything quite so amazing, that is until Barry arrives on the scene. Barry is a fish with fingers and he’s going to put them to great use. The fish are amazed. Life under the sea will never be the same again . . The pack includes: Adapted PowerPoint of the story widgit symbolised. Includes symbols / text and sound effects to tell the story. A Story Mat with symbols 6 extension activities are included in this pack for Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD) or Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD) for differentiation.: Two ppt: Comprehension Questions for SLD and MLD learners (8 questions each activity) Two Colourful Semantics activities: Barry the Fish with fingers- C. Semantics Level 3 for SLD & Barry the Fish with fingers- Make a sentence for MLD learners Two Maths activities: Barry the Fish with fingers- - counting activity- Digital activity SLD Level& Barry the Fish with fingers- What comes next activity SLD Level Art activity: Decorate Barry and Puffy and make stick puppets