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Full Stops and Capital Letters
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Full Stops and Capital Letters

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This resource contains a fully editable, 55-slide PowerPoint lesson presented by the punctuation character - the 'Full Stop' explaining how and when to use the full stop and why it is important to place it accurately in writing. It also clearly demonstrates that a capital letter is needed at the start of a sentence. Ample opportunities are provided throughout the PowerPoint for pupils to decide where the full stops and capital letters should go. It also contains a link to a short video on writing sentences using full stops and capital letters. You may also be interested in: Full Stops - Set of 14 Differentiated Worksheets This resource contains a set of 14 differentiated worksheets on using full stops to demarcate sentences. Tasks include: - Placing full stops at the end of simple sentences - Placing full stops in writing containing several sentences - Placing full stops in short paragraphs - Composing own sentences - Correcting sentences in which the full stops have been incorrectly placed This resource is appropriate for Year 2- 6 pupils and older SEN / ESL / Entry Level students who may find sentence demarcation challenging and have yet to master the basics of punctuation in writing. More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Adjectives
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Adjectives

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This bundle contains a fully editable 65-slide PowerPoint lesson and a set of 28 differentiated worksheets on adjectives. Worksheets Tasks involve: Matching adjectives to pictures Using adjectives to describe objects Identifying adjectives in word searches Identifying adjectives in sentences Identifying adjectives and the noun they describe Identifying adjectives in poems and literature Choosing adjectives for nouns Choosing adjectives to describe pictures and images Inserting adjectives into sentences from a word bank Writing sentences with adjectives Sorting words into adjectives, nouns and verbs PowerPoint Lesson This is a fully editable, 65-slide PowerPoint lesson on adjectives. The PowerPoint includes: An explanation of what adjectives are Examples of adjectives Identifying adjectives tasks Using interesting adjectives tasks These resources are suitable for Key Stage 1 pupils and older SEN students who will benefit from the visual nature of the resource. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email inspireandeducate@aol.co.uk with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Nouns
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Nouns

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This bundle contains three resources on nouns. Nouns PowerPoint Lesson This is an editable, 100-slide PowerPoint lesson on nouns - common nouns, proper nouns, abstract nouns, compound nouns and collective nouns. The PowerPoint contains three activities to reinforce and consolidate the pupils' understanding of nouns. 1. A sorting activity that requires sorting different types of nouns into the appropriate category. 2. A timed noun challenge where pupils have to think of nouns in all categories beginning with a certain letter. A worksheet is provided for this on the PowerPoint. 3. Pupils have to identify all the nouns in the poem 'Daffodils' by William Wordsworth. A worksheet is also provided for this. 24 Page Workbook The workbook contains two information sheets and 22 worksheets on nouns. Tasks include identifying and using all the types of noun at word, sentence and text level. Nouns Memo Mat This is a handy and succinct nouns revision mat containing an explanation and examples of common nouns, proper nouns, abstract nouns, compound nouns and collective nouns. There are three colour versions - blue background, orange background and white background. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email inspireandeducate@aol.co.uk with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Capital Letters
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Capital Letters

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This resource contains a fully editable, 75-slide PowerPoint lesson on capital letters. The PowerPoint clearly explains and demonstrates why, when and where capital letters are used. The PowerPoint includes: Using capital letters at the start of sentences Using capital letters for the pronoun I Using capital letters for proper nouns - places, names, geographical features, book and film titles, days of the week, months of the year, special days, buildings etc Using capital letters to address envelopes Tasks include: Identifying words that require capital letters Identifying where capital letters should be used in sentences These resources are suitable for Key Stage 1 pupils and older SEN students who will benefit from the visual nature of the resource. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email inspireandeducate@aol.co.uk with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in an accompanying set of 27 worksheets on using capital letters: Capital Letters - Set of 27 Worksheets Save money and buy both resources at a discounted rate: Capital Letters - PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Commas in Lists
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Commas in Lists

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This is a fully editable, 35-slide PowerPoint lesson on using the comma in lists in sentences. The PowerPoint explains how to use the comma in lists and coordinating adjectives in sentences. There are opportunities for pupils to insert the comma in the correct place. There are also opportunities for pupils to identify where the comma has been misplaced. The Powerpoint also contains a link to short video on using commas in lists. The resource is suitable for primary pupils, SEN pupils and older pupils who find sentence demarcation challenging. Please note that the watermark on the preview images is not present on the resource itself. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email inspireandeducate@aol.co.uk with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: Commas in Lists Worksheets - Set of 16 Worksheets This resource contains a set of sixteen worksheets with answers on using commas to demarcate items / phrases within sentences. Tasks include: inserting commas in the correct places in sentences rewriting incorrectly punctuated sentences composing own sentences containing a list of items punctuating The Twelve Days of Christmas with commas composing own lyrics for the Twelve Days of Christmas and punctuating with commas Save money and buy both resources at a discounted rate: Using Commas in Lists PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets You may also be interested in: More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Homophones: Where, Were, We're and Wear
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Homophones: Where, Were, We're and Wear

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This resource contains a set of 7 worksheets in which pupils have to select the correct homophone, compose sentences using the correct homophones and correct sentences containing the homophones were, where, we're and wear. The resource also includes an answer sheet and an information sheet on the homophones. This resource is appropriate for Year 2 pupils and older SEN students. You may also be interested in: Where, Were, Wear and We're - PowerPoint Lesson Save money and buy both resources at a discounted rate: Where, Were, Wear and We're - PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 7 Worksheets Where Were Wear We’re - Memo Mat More Homophone Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Homophones: Where, Were, We're and Wear
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Homophones: Where, Were, We're and Wear

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This resource contains an editable, 50-slide PowerPoint lesson on the commonly confused National Curriculum Year 2 Homophones / Near Homophones where / were / we're / wear. The resource explains the meaning of the homophones and when they are used with examples. Opportunities are provided for pupils to choose the correct homophone. This resource is appropriate for Year 2 pupils and older SEN students. You may also be interested in: Where Were Wear We’re – Set of 6 Worksheets Buy both resources together at a discounted rate: Where Were Wear We’re – PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 6 Worksheets Where Were Wear We’re - Memo Mat More Homophone Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Roald Dahl Quiz
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Roald Dahl Quiz

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This is a highly visual and fully editable 100 question PowerPoint quiz on Roald Dahl’s children’s books and includes questions on Matilda, The BFG, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Danny Champion of the World, Fantastic Mr Fox, George’s Marvellous Medicine, The Twits, Boy, The Giraffe, Pelly and Me, The Enormous Crocodile, The Magic Finger and The Witches. It is an ideal resource for an assembly, a lesson or with a tutor group, particularly on World Book Day or on Roald Dahl Day in September. The quiz contains 100 questions with multiple choice answers. It can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the Roald Dahl image on each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. An answer sheet is provided to record answers. Sample questions: In which book is this quote from ‘If you are good, life is good?’ Charlie is the last person to find a golden ticket in ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.’ Who was the third? In ‘James and the Giant Peach’ James is forced to go and live with his aunts after his parents are killed. What were his parents killed by? In ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ who runs the chocolate factory? What are the evil creatures that Charlie Bucket meets in ‘Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator?’ If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email inspireandeducate@aol.co.uk with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: Roald Dahl Presentation This is a fully editable, colourful, informative and interesting 84 slide PowerPoint presentation on the life and work of Roald Dahl. This resource includes references to: His birthplace and parentage His education and schooling His career - RAF fighter pilot His family References to and excerpts from his works His likes dislikes, interests and hobbies His imaginative and fun use of language and wordplay More Roald Dahl Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
'kn' and 'gn' Digraphs
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'kn' and 'gn' Digraphs

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This resource contains: 1. A 50-slide PowerPoint lesson on the silent letters 'k' and 'g' when followed by 'n' - kn and gn digraphs. 2. An accompanying set of 12 differentiated worksheets to help pupils learn how to read and spell words containing the digraphs 'kn' and 'gn'. In the PowerPoint pupils are introduced to most of the common words containing these two silent letters. Tasks include reading and spelling some of the words. More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Adjectives
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Adjectives

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This resource contains a fully editable 65-slide PowerPoint lesson and a set of 28 differentiated worksheets on adjectives. Worksheets Tasks involve: Matching adjectives to pictures Using adjectives to describe objects Identifying adjectives in word searches Identifying adjectives in sentences Identifying adjectives and the noun they describe Identifying adjectives in poems and literature Choosing adjectives for nouns Choosing adjectives to describe pictures and images Inserting adjectives into sentences from a word bank Writing sentences with adjectives Sorting words into adjectives, nouns and verbs PowerPoint Lesson This is a fully editable, 65-slide powerpoint lesson on adjectives. The PowerPoint includes: An explanation of what adjectives are Examples of adjectives Identifying adjectives tasks Using interesting adjectives tasks These resources are suitable for Key Stage 1 pupils and older SEN students who will benefit from the visual nature of the resource. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email inspireandeducate@aol.co.uk with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Commas In Lists
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Commas In Lists

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This resource includes a fully editable, 35-slide PowerPoint lesson and an accompanying set of worksheets with answers on using the comma in lists and to separate adjectives when two or more adjectives are used to qualify nouns. It is an ideal resource for remote learning/distance learning and can be used effectively on google classroom and other online teaching platforms. The PowerPoint explains how to use the comma in lists in sentences. There are opportunities for pupils to insert the comma in the correct place. There are also opportunities for pupils to identify where the comma has been misplaced. Tasks on the worksheets include: inserting commas in the correct places in sentences composing own sentences containing a list or series of items punctuating The Twelve Days of Christmas with commas composing own lyrics for the Twelve Days of Christmas and punctuating with commas The resource is ideal as an independent learning pack for remote learning/distance learning/ home schooling and can also be used on google classroom. Please note that the watermark on the preview images is not present on the resources themselves. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email inspireandeducate@aol.co.uk with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Homophones: Where, Were, We're, Wear
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Homophones: Where, Were, We're, Wear

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This resource contains: 1. A fully editable 50-slide PowerPoint lesson on the National Curriculum Year 2 commonly confused homophones / near homophones where / were / we're / wear. The resource explains the meaning of the homophones and examples. A variety of opportunities are provided for pupils to choose the correct homophone. 2. An information sheet that explains the meaning of the homophones and when they are used with examples. 3. Seven worksheets in which pupils have to select/compose/correct sentences using the correct homophones. This resource is appropriate for year 2 pupils and older SEN students. You may also be interested in: Where Were Wear We’re - Memo Mat More Homophone Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Adjectives Worksheets
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Adjectives Worksheets

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This resource contains a set of 28 differentiated worksheets on adjectives. Answers are included. Tasks involve: Matching adjectives to pictures Using adjectives to describe objects Identifying adjectives in word searches Identifying adjectives in sentences Identifying adjectives and the noun they describe Identifying adjectives in poems and literature Choosing adjectives for nouns Choosing adjectives to describe pictures and images Inserting adjectives into sentences from a word bank Writing sentences with adjectives Sorting words into adjectives, nouns and verbs If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email inspireandeducate@aol.co.uk with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: Adjectives PowerPoint Lesson This is a fully editable, 65-slide PowerPoint lesson on adjectives. The PowerPoint includes: An explanation of what adjectives are Examples of adjectives Identifying adjectives tasks Using interesting adjectives tasks These resources are suitable for Key Stage 1 pupils and older SEN students who will benefit from the visual nature of the resource. Save money and buy both resources together at a discounted rate: Adjectives PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Alphabetical Order: Lesson Presentation
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Alphabetical Order: Lesson Presentation

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This short presentation contains sample slides taken from a 50-slide PowerPoint lesson on alphabetical order. Alphabetical Order PowerPoint Lesson This resource contains a highly interactive and visual 50 slide PowerPoint lesson on alphabetical order. The PowerPoint clearly and visually demonstrates and explains alphabetical order to the first, second, third, fourth and fifth letter. It also explains why it is important to understand and use alphabetical order. Opportunities are provided within the PowerPoint for pupils to practise putting items into alphabetical order. You may also be interested in: Alphabetical Order - 10 Differentiated Worksheets This resource contains a set of 10 differentiated worksheets on alphabetical order. Tasks include: - placing words/ items in alphabetical order by the second and third letters - placing singers names in alphabetical order - placing patient's names in a doctor's filing system - locating CDs in alphabetically labelled boxes - re-writing lists in alphabetical order There are 12 worksheets in total. The worksheets are differentiated - one set contains the letters of the alphabet on the worksheets for students to refer to. The second set are more challenging and do not include the alphabet on the worksheet. Students will need to know the alphabet to complete these. Save money and buy both the PowerPoint lesson and the worksheets at a discounted rate. Alphabetical Order - PowerPoint Lesson and Set of Differentiated Worksheets More Free English and Maths Worksheets Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
Full Stops PowerPoint Lesson
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Full Stops PowerPoint Lesson

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This resource contains a short PowerPoint presentation on full stops and capital letters. You may also be interested in: Full Stops - 50 Slide PowerPoint Lesson This is a fully editable 50-slide PowerPoint lesson presented by the punctuation character - the ‘Full Stop’ who explains how and when to use the full stop and why it is important to place it accurately in writing. The PowerPoint clearly demonstrates that a capital letter is needed at the start of a sentence. Ample opportunities are provided throughout the PowerPoint for pupils to decide where the full stops and capital letters should go. Full Stops - Set of 14 Worksheets This resource contains a set of 14 worksheets on using full stops to demarcate sentences. Answers are also included. Tasks include: Placing full stops at the end of simple sentences Placing full stops in writing containing several sentences Placing full stops in short paragraphs Composing own sentences Correcting sentences in which the full stops have been incorrectly placed These resources are appropriate for Year 2- 6 pupils and older SEN / ASL / Entry Level students who may find sentence demarcation challenging and have yet to master the basics of punctuation in writing. More Free English Resources
Sentence Writing: High-Frequency Word Frames
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Sentence Writing: High-Frequency Word Frames

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This resource involves pupils creating sentences with the use of writing frames that contain many of the first one hundred high-frequency words. Writing sentences and reading them back helps pupils to embed and consolidate these words which they will then be able to use freely in their writing. It is an ideal resource for young pupils and older pupils who have difficulty with writing and reading independently. It is particularly appropriate for SEN students. who find reading and writing challenging. The support of the frame makes sentence writing accessible and gives pupils a feeling of confidence - that they can do it! Often the key to success in getting pupils to write is giving them self-confidence. I have used these frames successfully over many years to get older SEN students motivated to read and write independently. The resource includes: Ten high-frequency word writing frames containing most of the first hundred high-frequency words -containing nouns, verbs and prepositions. Accompanying writing sheet for use with the frames. This resource can be laminated and used time and time again. You may also be interested in: High Frequency Words - Set 2 Save money and buy both sets (Set 1 and Set 2) at a discounted rate. High Frequency Words - Set 1 and set 2 More English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Entry Level English: Writing Short Notes
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Entry Level English: Writing Short Notes

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This resource contains a set of exemplars and templates on note writing / postcard writing designed for students working at Entry level 1 and 2. Examples include:- Get Well Soon Thank You Sorry Party Invitation Good Luck Happy Birthday This resource is ideal resource for Entry Level 1 students working towards Entry level English where students have to: Use written words and phrases to present information. Construct simple sentences using full stops. Spell correctly personal or very familiar words. More Entry Level Maths and English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Homophones: Too, Two, To
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Homophones: Too, Two, To

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This resource contains an editable, 40-slide PowerPoint lesson on the commonly confused National Curriculum Year 2 homophones / near homophones too / two / to. The resource explains the meaning of the homophones and when they are used with examples. Opportunities are also provided for pupils to choose the correct homophone. This resource is appropriate for year 2 pupils and older SEN / ESL students. You may also be interested in: Year 2 Homophones - To, Too, Two – Set of 8 Worksheets Year 2 Homophones PowerPoint Lesson This is a 40-slide PowerPoint lesson on the National Curriculum Year 2 homophone / near homophone list including the following words – there/ their/ they're, here/ hear, see/ sea, bare/ bear, one/ won, sun / son, two / to / too, be/ bee, blue/ blew, night/ knight. The PowerPoint includes an explanation of the meaning of the homophones, examples and opportunities for pupils to decide which is the correct homophone. Save money and buy both resources together at a discounted rate: Year 2 Homophones PowerPoint Lesson and Worksheets Year 2 Homophones – 12 Differentiated Worksheets This resource contains a set of 12 differentiated worksheets on Year 2 Homophones. Tasks include choosing the correct homophones, using homophones in sentences. More Homophone Resources e Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
Homophones: Where, Were, Wear, There, They're, Their, Too, Two, To
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Homophones: Where, Were, Wear, There, They're, Their, Too, Two, To

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This bundle contains three PowerPoint lessons and three sets of accompanying worksheets (23 worksheets) on the commonly confused homophones: 1. Where, Wear, We're and Were 2. There, Their, They're 3. Two, Too, To The PowerPoint explains the meaning of the homophones and when they are used with examples. Opportunities are provided for pupils to choose the correct homophone. The information sheets explain the meaning of the commonly used and confused homophones - and when they are used with examples. The worksheet tasks include selecting the correct homophone in sentences and texts, composing sentences using the homophones and correcting sentences. For more detailed information click on the resource links. These resources are appropriate for Year 2 pupils and older SEN / ESL students. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email inspireandeducate@aol.co.uk with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. More Homophone Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
ey words
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ey words

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This resource contains two worksheets on words ending in -ey that make the long ‘e’ sound. You may also be interested in: Set of 20 Differentiated Worksheets - Words Ending in -ey - The Long ‘e’ Sound This resource contains a set of 20 worksheets, some differentiated, on words ending in -ey at the end of a word with a long ‘e’ sound. Tasks include finding missing words, constructing sentences , word searches and spelling practice worksheets. PowerPoint Lesson - Words Ending in -ey This is a 55 slide PowerPoint lesson on words ending in -ey with the long ‘e’ sound. Words include journey, money, monkey, honey, jockey, abbey… It also explains that the plural of ‘ey’ words are formed by just adding the letter ‘s’. Save money and buy both resources together at a discounted rate: PowerPoint Lesson and Set of 20 Worksheets - Words Ending in -ey - The Long ‘e’ Sound These resources are appropriate for primary pupils and older SEN / ASL pupils who have yet to master the basics in phonics. More Free English Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide