I created this missing words from the lion hunt after searching for ages for something similar. I used it for my HA reception groups and LA year 1s. There is a wordbank but it can be removed if needed.
I created this resource to help a Reception class compare their home to a child in Africa. There are images from Google on the power point but it can be used as a whole class discussion to talk about an example of an African home
After searching for a quick set of instruction style challenges for a literacy lesson in Year 5, i decided to create my own. They are differentiated but can be adapted for a mixed ability or mixed year class.
This was an observed lesson as part of my NQT year, which focused on oracy and drama to improve report writing. There are character badges, supportive advice to the actors/actresses as well as crime images from Google.
5 different resources to go alongside the book ‘Five Minutes Peace’ by Jill Murphy. There is a word mat with pictures to support, adjectives to describe the main character, images for writing about how much Mum does and why she might need five minutes peace. Finally there are key questions aimed at Year 2 for an oracy task but can support writing.
After searching for doubling stories at Year 1 level I decided to make my own. This is a word document so it can be edited and adapted, there are dot patterns on one side with a short sentence underneath ‘I have __ spots my friend has___’ This visual aid helps understanding doubling by having to complete a double domino.
After reading The Tale of Peter Rabbit I used the topic mat to support writing a narrative independently and the phonic activity to support linking images to words that match the story. I used this for Reception.
Could use this as a cut and stick activity to observe cutting skills or you could create a Venn diagram so the children can sort the animals into 2 groups. For example, pattern/no pattern or UK/Africa. I used this for Reception