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.
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.
In this download you will find activity ideas for parents to help them make that change between home schooling and the Easter break. These are easy at home to do activities which remind the parents it is okay to take a break and have fun. All of the activities are based around easter ie what to do with the boxes, left over chocolate, time out, web pages in the internet and simple crafting and science activities.
There is also a recipe for Easter bunny food that the children can eat them selves once they have made it. This is one of the activities mentioned on the sheet.
This booklet contains fine motor skills activities, copy and colouring activities, adding and a design your own rocket page.
This booklet is intended as a morning work/homework/independent task booklet that the children can complete on their own at their own pace.
This pack contains fine motor skills work where the children have to match the equipment to the correct jobs person.
There are pages to practice handwriting skills that are differentiated for those who still need to trace to those who are practicing free writing.
There are also speech bubbles that go with each jobs person explaining what they do, this can be used for the children to read and then match up independently.
These are fun little sheets for you to reflect on your teaching- what went well, what went so well, a section to record any specifically noted difficulties a children/some children had and a notes section for you to fill as you will about your week.
Hopefully these bring some joy to what might have been a difficult week :)
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.
this booklet contains a butterfly continue and finish pattern page, a pencil practice page, easter egg design, shadow match and flower counting page. I then combined this with different crafting page ideas and colouring sheets I already had.
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.
This is a calendar that can be used daily in the EYFS setting
There is a section for the children to pick the correct day, month, date and weather conditions.
This can be printed and used or used on the smart board. I open it as a PDF And get the children to circle the correct information. Simple yet fun and usable.
In this set you will find five A4 sheets that cover the simple guided read tasks- character information gathering, blurb writing, prediction, review and front cover drawing.
There are also 20 task cards that can be given to the children to work on alone or with an adult. These task cards can be differentiated to ensure all children in the class are able to work alone but can also be used to push children in to further analyzing the text they have in front of them.
Task cards include but not limited to; letter writing, adverb finding, feature hunting, sentence improving, image drawing ect
There are task cards for both fiction and non-fiction texts.
In addition, there are also record sheets for the teacher to use- one to note down which task a group has done and any points they might want to note down and a sheet to use when working with a group.
There is also a teacher prompts sheet with key words on for those moments where you need a quick prompt of questions to ask during guided reading sessions.
Also included is, the adjectives,verbs and capital letters work sheets that can be found on my page.
THis activity encourages children to identify the difference between letters, words and sounds.
This pack contains lesson ideas, a sheet with mixed up letters, words and sentences (and advice on how to use it) and a simple sorting sheet with subheadings.
this activity is aimed at deepening the childrens knowledge of how words are made and how sentences are created.
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, three words to trace and independently write per letter.
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 .
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.
In this pack there are 20 pairs of cards.
Images that match the correct number.
The background to each set of images, matches the colour of the correctly corresponding number to further help the children with there number recognition.
Each set of images of images is set out using the base ten method.
There is also a page with how to use suggestions.
The images are all nature based.
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 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.
These three sheets are to help your children solidify their pattern knowledge.
Their is a blank sheet for you to print and create your own patterns, one for the children to make patterns on and a third sheet for the children to copy the pattern on the empty mittens.