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We work alongside thousands of different community groups, from schools to libraries, to support them to bring learning to life. Here you will find FREE worksheets and workshops you can run with your students. Check out our website for more information about our School & Community offering.

We work alongside thousands of different community groups, from schools to libraries, to support them to bring learning to life. Here you will find FREE worksheets and workshops you can run with your students. Check out our website for more information about our School & Community offering.
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This free ‘Phonics challenge’ is a great home learning task for your class to practise their phonics skills. Children join Laura the Explorer on her African adventure, where they solve problems using their phonics knowledge. This resource is also great for use by parents for home-schooling. A fun and engaging way to get your child practising their phonics skills. What does this activity include? • Sound hunt activity – Children search their home for objects that begin with the same sound. • Missing letters – Some of the animals have lost the letters in their names, can you help fill in the blanks? • Real vs Nonsense – Can you help Laura cross the bridge on her adventure by sorting out real words from nonsense words. • Arranging sentences – Finally children have to rearrange words into the correct sentence, making sure they include capital letters and full stops at the end. Do check out our other fun resources available on our TES shop or head to www.explorelearning.co.uk to find out more about our mission to nurture fearless learners.
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This free activity sheet is a great resource to use when teaching poetry to your class and introduces them to limericks. Children have to complete limericks with missing lines and then go on to do some rhyming practice. Finally, it’s their turn to have a go at writing a limerick of their very own! This resource is also great for use by parents for home-schooling. A fun and engaging way to introduce your child to the topic of limericks! What does this activity include? • Introduction to the characteristics of limericks • Example limerick from Edward Lear’s A Book of Nonsense • Complete the missing lines from limericks • Rhyming practice – Write as many words as possible that rhyme with the chosen words • Write your own limerick Do check out our other fun resources available on our TES shop or head to www.explorelearning.co.uk to find out more about our mission to nurture fearless learners.