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.
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 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 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 4 sheets.
Two sheets that count from one to ten with missing numbers- one with the numbers at the top and one without.
Two sheets that counts from eleven to twenty with missing numbers- one with all the numbers at the top and one without.
In this pack you will find a set of teacherinstructions with a what you need and instructions to follow, a simplified sheet for the children that contains the instructions and adverbs, a sheet for the children without the adverbs and then an empty writing frame for the children to use to write their own set of instructions.
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 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.
This pack contains three different templates that can be used when teaching young children about writing letters.
There is a tick the question you want answered sheet,
a template with blanks to fill in,
a dear and from page with a blank middle section,
pages with just a boarder x3
and a small sentence bank of waht the children might want to say to each other.
Each page has lines to encourage the children to write appropriately sized letters and words.
This pack contains a complete set of instructions for children to follow, one advising the children to add in adverbs, asking the children to write their own instructions and one asking the children to write the what you need list by reading the instructions.
This pack contains 4 sheets with the four seasons; winter, spring, summer and autumn.
Each sheet allows the children to colour the word in and trace the word, next to each letter their is also an image that links to the letter sound therefore, the children are encouraged to use these hints to help them figure out the word.