A worksheet for children to identify where full stops need to be. Children copy out sentences and add full stops.
For my full lesson on full stops please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/teaching-when-to-use-full-stops-12141886
Two worksheets aimed at Early Years and KS1 children. For the first worksheet, children must match the different amounts of money and for the second worksheet, children need to order the coins from the lowest value to the highest value.
For my full lesson on introducing money please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/introducing-money-and-coins-lesson-12141334
Two doubling worksheets aimed at Early Years and KS1 children. Children can use the pictures to support them in solving the doubles problems.
For the full lesson Powerpoint please see -
An example slide from my set of 9 pictures with guided questions and example sentence openers to develop inference in children in Early Years and KS1. Each slide on the Powerpoint includes a picture for children to look at and talk about followed by questions that appear one at a time for children to think about. Each question is followed by an example sentence opener to encourage children to answer in full sentences. My class have thoroughly enjoyed being reading detectives and through practise will now provide reasons and explanations for their answers. The Powerpoint can be used as a whole class activity or with small groups during guided reading sessions.
For the set of 9 please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/reading-a-picture-developing-inference-12129299
A Powerpoint activity for Early Years and KS1 children to practise and revise split digraphs. Children can make real and alien words on their whiteboards. Could be used in preparation for the phonics screening.
For my Powerpoint covering all sounds please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-revision-12125266
A split digraph phonics revision activity for children to complete independently or as part of a group. Each new sound has three workbook pages - one to practise writing real words, one to identify alien words and one to complete a sentence using the focus sound. There is space on the sentence writing page for children to draw a picture to match their sentence. Aimed at KS1 children.
For my Powerpoint covering all sounds please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-revision-workbook-12125262
A Powerpoint activity to help Early Years and KS1 children to learn and practise number bonds to make 5. Can be used as a whole class activity or in small groups. Children can use objects to help them to solve the word problems and can record the number sentences on whiteboards.
Please also see my Making 10 Powerpoint at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/number-bonds-making-10-12128345
An example from my Powerpoint to support children to learn to spell Year 1 Common Exception Words and to practise using these words in a sentence. The children are shown the letters that they need to write a word and then see if they can write the word on their whiteboard using only the letters shown. They are then shown how to spell the word correctly. The following slide gives an example of the word being used in a sentence with an accompanying picture eg I am happy __ . Children to then practise spelling the word again before the correct spelling of the word is revealed in the sentence. The word list is divided into 9 weeks with 5 spellings to learn each week.
This download covers the week 1 spellings only.
For the full set of CEW please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/year-1-cew-spelling-practise-12116557
A list of Year 1 common exception words for children to colour orange to create their own spelling wall once they can confidently spell each word. Could be stuck in English book as a record for what children can spell or could be sent home for parents to see how well their children are learning year 1 CEW spellings.
A set of 9 spellings lists including the Year 1 common exception words. Each spelling list contains 5 words for the class to learn per week with nine weeks worth in total.
Please see my activity for supporting children to spell Common Exception Words at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/year-1-cew-spelling-practise-12116557
A summer home learning Powerpoint that can be printed off to create a booklet for children to create a record of their summer holiday. Each week has a sheet on which to record somewhere that the child went and the following page includes each of the senses and space for children to record different things that they smelt, tasted etc. There is also a page for children to record what they are looking forward to in the holiday and a page to record something that they learnt in the holidays. My class always enjoy sharing their summer holiday record. Aimed at Early Years and Year 1 children.
A set of 14 colour coded number bond tests covering making numbers to 5, making numbers to 10 and making numbers to 20. Can be used with a timer to check how secure children are with number bonds. Children enjoy working their way through the colours of the rainbow and if not secure can repeat tests again. Suitable for KS1 children. My class thoroughly enjoy trying to beat their own scores and changing the colour of their test each week.
A whole lesson Powerpoint covering when to use full stops and explaining what a sentence is. The Powerpoint only covers full stops and not the use of capital letters as I have found that children struggle with learning both at the same time. The children have to identify sentences and add the full stops. The Powerpoint includes a whole class input, an activity worksheet and a plenary. Aimed at Early Years and KS1 children.
A whole lesson Powerpoint for introducing money and coins. The lesson covers the different coins and their value using pennies. There is an activity for swapping coins for a single coin to demonstrate that different coins can make up different amounts. There are two activity sheets, one for matching amounts of money and one for ordering coins from the lowest value to the highest value coin. For the plenary, children need to work out which purse has the most money in. Aimed at Early Years and KS1 children.
For the worksheets only please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/introducing-money-worksheet-12141335
A doubling Powerpoint aimed at Early Years and KS1 children. The Powerpoint covers all doubles to 10 + 10. Powerpoint includes whole class input, activity worksheets and a short plenary. Children can practise writing the number sentences on their whiteboards and then check that they have written them correctly when they are revealed on the IWB.
An assembly aimed at Early Years and KS1 children about being a superhero and spreading smiles. The assembly explains that we all have a superpower and that that superpower is making people smile. The assembly asks children to think about how they can make people smile and gives some ideas.
My class enjoys thinking that they are superheroes and that they can use their superpower throughout the day.
Powerpoint could also be used for discussion during a PSHE lesson.
A full lesson Powerpoint for finding half of an amount aimed at Early Years and Year 1. The Powerpoint covers finding half of numbers and half of money. The Powerpoint includes worksheets and a plenary for children to discuss.
For finding half worksheets only please see https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/to-find-half-of-an-amount-worksheets-12131584
An assembly focussing on manners and how we use them everyday. The assembly starts with some manners for sale and ends with the conclusion that manners cannot be sold, they are free and we can all use good manners everyday. The Powerpoint slide includes pictures and examples of good manners. This assembly is suitable for Early Years and KS1.
Assembly could also be used as an introduction to manners for a PSHE lesson.
A Powerpoint that can be printed off to create a booklet of worksheets for Early Years and KS1 children to practise writing sentences. The Powerpoint covers five weeks and introduces children to 35 of the 100 high frequency words. Each week covers reading the focus high frequency words, writing the focus words, cutting and sticking words to make a sentence and then writing a dictated sentence. I have used this activity to encourage children to write sentences with capital letters and full stops and to hold and repeat the sentence in their head. The intervention helps children to gain confidence when they are writing.