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I write all sorts of resources for primary and secondary pupils. Have done supply on the full range for more than 10 years now and always come fully armed with resources for my lessons. I aim particularly at the lower groups who are strugglers. Secondary resources have been created for PRU pupils and they have worked REALLY well. The phonics resources were written for a number of pupils that I tutor after school hours and I have had great results.

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I write all sorts of resources for primary and secondary pupils. Have done supply on the full range for more than 10 years now and always come fully armed with resources for my lessons. I aim particularly at the lower groups who are strugglers. Secondary resources have been created for PRU pupils and they have worked REALLY well. The phonics resources were written for a number of pupils that I tutor after school hours and I have had great results.
FRACTIONS 1 What is a fraction
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FRACTIONS 1 What is a fraction

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Simple worksheet explaining pictorially what a fraction is. If even this is too difficult for your pupil/s go to www.burtbooks.com and look for Introduction to fractions.
Cloze Procedure Comprehension Exercises
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Cloze Procedure Comprehension Exercises

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A set of Cloze procedure exercises which can be used for young readers or for older pupils who struggle with reading and comprehension skills. They have been used successfully at KS3 stage for weak readers in a PRU setting. Clear large font so could be projected onto the whiteboard. There are many more activities such as this on the website as listed.
AUSTRALIA a language across the curriculum theme
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AUSTRALIA a language across the curriculum theme

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38 pages of activities based on Australia. Geography: mapwork, oceans, continents and time zonesSpelling: words ending in ED and ING AU wordsGrammar: Proper and Common nouns Punctuation Homophones Opposites Direct and reported speechComprehension skills - several activitiesAlphabetical orderWriting : Arranging sentences into paragraphsProof reading a textVocabulary building activities.
PHONIC WORKSHEETS EW AS IN STEW
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PHONIC WORKSHEETS EW AS IN STEW

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This set of worksheets is a section of Module 5 of the Burt Reading scheme. There are at present over 700 phonic worksheets in this scheme. They have been used very successfully with dyslexic pupils and ESOL pupils.. SENCO'S will find them very useful for SEN pupils.
HORSES AND WAR HORSES :  A  CROSS CURRICULAR THEME
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HORSES AND WAR HORSES : A CROSS CURRICULAR THEME

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This cross curricular theme of 36 pages on Horses and War horses was designed for Keystage 3 pupils in a PRU in Essex. I used it when an HMI inspector observed the unit over a period of time and she commended it highly because of the variety of literacy opportunities and the way that the boys and girls in the unit related to the theme and were fully engaged in the work. Topics covered: GRAMMAR, SPELLING, HISTORY, CREATIVE WRITING, and VOCABULARY BUILDING.
SOUNDS FOR READING  SPLIT DIGRAPH E - E
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SOUNDS FOR READING SPLIT DIGRAPH E - E

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This SOUNDS FOR READING resource consists of 20 worksheets to teach and/or reinforce the split digraph e - e sound. There are opportunities for learning new vocabulary, practicing words and writing sentences using the split digraph. This resource is particularly useful for TA's who need extra work for one to one sessions.
SOUNDS FOR READING SPLIT DIGRAPH  A-E CAKE
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SOUNDS FOR READING SPLIT DIGRAPH A-E CAKE

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This SOUNDS FOR READING resource gives 28 pages of activities for class use and one to one tutoring to reinforce the split digraph- A-E. They worksheets are particularly useful for one to one work and can be used for reluctant readers and also for EAL pupils who need that extra help to build up their vocabulary and language skills.
EQUINE STUDIES - A LANGUAGE  CROSS CURRICULAR THEME
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EQUINE STUDIES - A LANGUAGE CROSS CURRICULAR THEME

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I wrote this workbook specifically for a horse-mad group of youngsters in a PRU in Shropshire. They loved it and worked ever so hard through it and were fully engaged in the work little realising that they were doing their hated English all the while! I have also used it in a PRU in Essex and it was really well received by girls of the traveller community. They said that it was work that was helpful for their future! I based the learning objectives on those I found for equine studies at the University of Aberystwyth - somewhat simplified but nevertheless correct. Module objectives: • The module will consider the anatomy of equids, with the emphasis being placed on the horse. • This will involve looking at the different organs and structures, their relative positions and their functions. • comparisons with the anatomy of other herbivores will be made, thereby enhancing the understanding of the anatomy of animals in general. Module Content 1. Terminology used in anatomy 2. Evolution of equids pages 3. Bones, Skeletons and Teeth Pages 4. Joints and Ligaments 5. Muscles 6. Digestive tract 7. Respiratory Tract 8. Urogenital System and Reproduction 9. Nervous system 10. Sense Organs and Common Integument 11. Heart and Circulation
CVC PHONICS The U  sound
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CVC PHONICS The U sound

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16 worksheets to consolidate the U sound. This resource was devised specifically for those children who have fallen behind and need extra coaching from a TA. There are tracking sheets to monitor progress and a great deal of worksheets to ensure progress in phonics and reading. BUT the resource could also be useful as homework worksheets or extra classroom revision by the whole class.
PLANTS AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS
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PLANTS AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS

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18 worksheets to enhance lessons on Plants and Photosynthesis. Originally created for pupils in a PRU they worked well and kept the pupils on task and helped them to consolidate their learning. The worksheets cover the important aspects of the KS3 2014 Curriculum and can also be used for revision for KS4.
SOUNDS FOR READING  - AY  for PLAY
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SOUNDS FOR READING - AY for PLAY

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18 worksheets to consolidate the AY for PLAY sound. Excellent for spelling homework sheets and vocabulary extension for EAL pupils. This resource was devised specifically for those children who have fallen behind and need extra coaching from a TA. There are tracking sheets to monitor progress and a great deal of worksheets to ensure progress in phonics and reading. BUT the resource could also be useful as homework worksheets or extra classroom revision by the whole class.
PHONIC HOMEWORK RESOURCES (  OO  EE  AI  IR  AY)
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PHONIC HOMEWORK RESOURCES ( OO EE AI IR AY)

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This workbook consists of 20 worksheets which are ideal for spelling homework. So that's a month of homework worksheets (one a day!) done and dusted. Each worksheet has 8 spellings based on one of the sounds of the book ( OO EE AI IR AY) and then a set of sentences where the correct word needs to be filled in on the line. So the pupil learns the spelling and the meaning of the word so also useful for vocabulary improvement.
SOUNDS FOR READING:  OW  FOR  SNOW
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SOUNDS FOR READING: OW FOR SNOW

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This SOUNDS FOR READING resource consists of 16 worksheets offering a variety of interesting activities to consolidate the learning of the OW FOR SNOW sound. ALL SOUNDS FOR READING RESOURCES ARE PRINTED IN A SASSOON TYPE FONT although the preview does not show this. It is particularly suited to ONE TO ONE tutoring sessions and has been used successfully to drive up standards of reading in pupils struggling with reading and with EAL pupils.
CREATE-A-STORYBOOK  SUPPLEMENTARY WRITING BOOK  :   LEVEL 1 BOOK 1
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CREATE-A-STORYBOOK SUPPLEMENTARY WRITING BOOK : LEVEL 1 BOOK 1

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This is a supplementary reader/writing book to accompany CREATE-A-STORYBOOK UNIT 1 LEVEL 1. It is based on Book 1 and has the same sentences and pictures but in a format that the child can trace over the dotted writing. Use this resource to enhance a pupil’s reading and writing. Ask the pupil to read the sentence. Then ask the pupil to write the sentence tracing over the dotted lines. Finally ask a question about the sentence to assess comprehension eg No. 1 So where did the cat sit?