This booklet allows the children to see the letter, see images that start with that sound, practice pencil skills to write the letter and make lines using the correct movements and an activity section which allows the children to use their creativity and imaginations in addition to, a find an circle the correct letter section. Each letter is one A4 and is clearly organized.
This is simple sheet that contains three landscapes: desert, jungle and the polar regions and an additional sheet that contains animals from each region for the children to cut and stick. the children could also be encouraged to draw the animals in if you do not wish for them to cut and stick. These sheets can be used for homework, to consolidate learning or for independent morning work.
These sheets work well as an independent task or as group work. The children can see the written number and then must count the correct number of manipulatives and place them on to the web. Great for Autumn, Halloween or mini beast project work.
These pages can be used to help the children figure out what each of their senses do. We used them on a walk through the woods on two different occasions The children had to discuss what they heard, saw, smelt and tasted… we did a teddy bears picknic to go along with this sheet, the children had to taste the different foods and say if they were sweet, salty, sour ect These sheets can also be used to help with revision of what the children can recall each of the sense can do. simple but effective for Kindergarten aged children.
In this bundle you will find; dice reading, number reading, tally reading and number sentences all up to ten. Each spider comes with his own web and number, the children can place objects on to the web to show off their counting skills, aid in number bonds to ten knowledge and show a deeper understanding of the different ways in which numbers can be represented.
The cards can also be printed out 6 per page and then used for the children t match across the different representations.
This pack contains; teaching activity ideas (that are different to the work sheets provided), differentiated work sheets, footprints to cut out and place around the class room and photos of the according animals feet to see how the footprints were made.
The differentiated sheets;
line drawing and matching the footprint to the animal image.
Matching the footprint to the animal image and the correct word.
Matching the footprint to the animal and tracing over the animal name.
Matching the footprint to the animal and the child then has to independently write the animal name from the word box below.
This resource is a full lesson; with a plan, differentiation ideas, key vocab and steps. There is also a sheet for children to trace around before they can cut the shapes out. This lesson can be use for small groups or whole class. The children are encouraged to think about the different shapes that make up a Pumpkins face and then draw and make it them selves focusing on the correct shape names and what they look like whilst developing their fine and gross motor skills.
This resource contains print outs to help focus your class on a letter of the day/ week- with an area for; you to write the letter, the children to have ago, a look at the letters around it in the alphabet and what words/images we know with that sound. The perfect interactive display to help your children learn their letters and sounds.
There is also a set of colouring sheets- each letter has its own sheet with four images on it that start with that sound for the children to colour.
In addition to, an alphabet booklet; each letter has its own page which contains: pencil skills practice, handwriting practice, short activity for the children to complete independently and images to reinforce the letter sound at the start of words.
A great little package to help you start teaching the alphabet to the children .
Use this tree with falling leaves to help your students improve their fine motor skills and pencil control skills as they follow the leaf trails to the ground. This can be used as a stand alone activity ( we use it as morning work) or as part of a lesson that focuses on fine motor skills, the children can also be encouraged to add their own leaves to the tree and colour it in with the appropriate colours.
The children are presented with number bond sentences to ten and can use objects placed on the web to help them work out the answer, sometimes the answer is the product and sometimes the children need to work out the missing number in the number sentence. There is also a blank copy for you to create your own sheets from.
The children are presented with a tally reading up to ten. The children must then place the correct number of objects on to the web. If laminated the children can also be encouraged to write down the number they have counted.
The children are presented with single dice readings to 6 and two dice readings adding to ten. The children are shown the images and are then asked to place the corrected number of objects on to the web.
This simple work sheets allows for the children to see the written difference between the letter B and P- a short circle the correct letter in the correct colours activity, hear it as they colour images correctly if they start with a P or a B and finally, practice their fine motor skills as they write a few of the words that stat with a P or a B.