B AND D REVERSALS

B AND D REVERSALS

In every class in a primary school there will be a pupil( or two or three) who mixes up b and d causing problems with reading and spelling. It is often the task of the TA to help the pupil with this problem. Herewith a set of 18 worksheets that can be used to help a pupil overcome b / d reversals. I have thoroughly researched the problem and devised worksheets in line with the latest thinking. I have collected ideas from all over the world and adapted them for your use in the classroom.
coreenburt
READING SKILLS:   COMPREHENSION AND VOCABULARY SKILLS

READING SKILLS: COMPREHENSION AND VOCABULARY SKILLS

This set of30 A5 'cards' can be used as follows: 1.to improve vocabulary and spelling. The pages could be printed as worksheet for the children to fill in or they could be laminated and cut into A5 size cards for use during literacy lessons. 2. As a worksheet they are useful for homework to improve spelling and vocabulary. 3. I have used them with older (Year 4 – 6 ESL) pupils to build their vocabulary in one to one sessions. They are useful because all the key vocabulary has a matching picture so that the pupils can see what the word means.
coreenburt
SOUNDS FOR READING  S A T P

SOUNDS FOR READING S A T P

This resource presents 24 worksheets on the SATP sounds which are those first taught in most schools. There are lists of words to reinforce learning as well as flashcards and sentences to be read and copied. The resource ends with handwriting pages based on the SATP sentences. These worksheets are particularly useful for TA's to use with pupils who need one to one in phonics and reading. The PowerPoint is very useful for EAL pupils who need pictures to help them to understand a word but is also useful for whole class use for consolidation of the sound sin a fun way.
coreenburt
CVC Phonics   -  The O sound.

CVC Phonics - The O sound.

16 worksheets to consolidate the O 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.
coreenburt
SOUNDS FOR READING : VOWEL SOUNDS AND CVC CONSOLIDATION EXERCISES

SOUNDS FOR READING : VOWEL SOUNDS AND CVC CONSOLIDATION EXERCISES

ALL SOUNDS FOR READING RESOURCES ARE PRINTED IN A SASSOON TYPE FONT although the preview does not show this. This SOUNDS FOR READING resource consists of 29 pages which can be used as follows: 1. MORE REVISION OF SINGLE VOWEL SOUNDS. There are several worksheets to help pupils to identify the vowels and have a bit of a relaxed time colouring the vowels. 2. Completing CVC words with either the first sound, last sound or middle sound. This is useful and will be help the tutor understand whether a child is “hearing” the sounds of the word. 3. Lists of nonsense combinations which are also combinations of letters found in larger words. This helps a child to understand that if they can sound out the individual parts of a word that they can then synthesise the whole word.
coreenburt
CVC phonics THE I SOUND

CVC phonics THE I SOUND

A set of 17 worksheets to consolidate the vowel sound I. This workbook is ideal for use to revise and consolidate of the vowel sound by a pupil who is not making adequate progress. The worksheets will be very helpful in one to one sessions with a TA. The work can also be used for homework or extra revision by the class and will be a valuable supplement to the phonic scheme presently in use.
coreenburt
sounds for reading I N M D

sounds for reading I N M D

This resource consisting of 27 worksheets based on the INMD sounds and then combined with the SATP sounds presents word lists, sentences, writing exercises based on the sentences and little stories based on the SATP INMD sounds only. This resource is very useful for TA's who need to take one to one sessions with pupils who are struggling with phonics and reading. The matching Power Point is useful for EAL pupils who need picture prompts for words but is also a good revision tool for whole class use.
coreenburt
SOUNDS FOR READING:  ALL THE LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET RESOURCES TO CONSOLIDATE LEARNING

SOUNDS FOR READING: ALL THE LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET RESOURCES TO CONSOLIDATE LEARNING

This set of 64 worksheets can be used in a variety of ways to consolidate learning of the various sounds of the alphabet. ALL SOUNDS FOR READING RESOURCES ARE PRINTED IN A SASSOON TYPE FONT although the preview does not show this. They are all fully illustrated so are also very useful for EAL pupils who need to connect a word with a picture so that they understand. There are instructions for use on the individual worksheets.
coreenburt
CREATE-A-STORYBOOK SUPPLEMENTARY WRITING BOOK:Level 1 Book 3:  Ken and Pam

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK SUPPLEMENTARY WRITING BOOK:Level 1 Book 3: Ken and Pam

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK is part of the SOUNDS FOR READING series and complements the order that the phonic sounds are presented, which is the order in which most schools are now presenting them eg SATP INMD GOCK etc etc. This series will be particularly useful for a TA to use for one to one or small group catch up sessions. ONCE THE STORYBOOK HAS BEEN READ THIS SUPPLEMENTARY WRITING BOOK CAN BE INTRODUCED TO ENHANCE WRITING SKILLS AND IMPROVE READING.
coreenburt
SOUNDS FOR READING  :  OW  FOR  COW

SOUNDS FOR READING : OW FOR COW

This SOUNDS FOR READING resource consists of 18 worksheets offering a variety of interesting activities to consolidate the learning of the OW sound. 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.
coreenburt
CVC PHONICS The U  sound

CVC PHONICS The U sound

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.
coreenburt
CREATE-A-STORYBOOK  THE BOX  LEVEL 2  BOOK 1  MIXED CVC WORDS

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK THE BOX LEVEL 2 BOOK 1 MIXED CVC WORDS

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK is part of the SOUNDS FOR READING series and complements the order that the phonic sounds are presented, which is the order in which most schools are now presenting them eg SATP INMD GOCK etc etc. This book presents cvc words only and has been highly successful in trials. This series will be particularly useful for a TA to use for one to one or small group catch up sessions. • The storybooks begins with a set of flashcards (print and laminate) Use these flashcards to consolidate the words that will be read in the book before the child starts reading the sentences. • Then follows 22 pages of little “stories” based on the sounds exclusively designated for that book. There are a few “tricky” words included in each set. Tricky words are printed in red on the flashcards. • End with assessments of comprehension and word recognition to track the child’s progress before starting the next storybook. THIS LITTLE STORYBOOK IS BASED ON A BOX AND ALL TH ANIMALS AND PEOPLE THAT TRY TO GET INTO IT OR PACK IT AWAY!
coreenburt
CREATE-A-STORYBOOK  SUPPLEMENTARY WRITING BOOK  :   LEVEL 1 BOOK 1

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK SUPPLEMENTARY WRITING BOOK : LEVEL 1 BOOK 1

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?
coreenburt
CREATE-A-STORYBOOK   LEVEL 1  BOOK 1  SATP INMD GOCK

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK LEVEL 1 BOOK 1 SATP INMD GOCK

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK is part of the SOUNDS FOR READING series and complements the order that the phonic sounds are presented, which is the order in which most schools are now presenting them eg SATP INMD GOCK etc etc. This series will be particularly useful for a TA to use for one to one or small group catch up sessions. • The storybooks begins with a set of flashcards (print and laminate) Use these flashcards to consolidate the words that will be read in the book before the child starts reading the sentences. • Then follows 24 little “stories” based on the sounds exclusively designated for that book. There are a few “tricky” words included in each set. Tricky words are printed in red on the flashcards. • End with assessments of comprehension and word recognition to track the child’s progress before starting the next storybook. AND WHN THE STORYBOOK BECOMES TATTY AND TORN - JUST PRINT ANOTHER ONE.
coreenburt
CREATE A STORYBOOK :  LEVEL 1  BOOK 3  SATP INMD  GOCK  E:  Ken and Pam

CREATE A STORYBOOK : LEVEL 1 BOOK 3 SATP INMD GOCK E: Ken and Pam

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK is part of the SOUNDS FOR READING series and complements the order that the phonic sounds are presented, which is the order in which most schools are now presenting them eg SATP INMD GOCK etc etc. This series will be particularly useful for a TA to use for one to one or small group catch up sessions. • The storybooks begins with a set of flashcards (print and laminate) Use these flashcards to consolidate the words that will be read in the book before the child starts reading the sentences. • Then follows 24 little “stories” based on the sounds exclusively designated for that book. There are a few “tricky” words included in each set. Tricky words are printed in red on the flashcards. • End with assessments of comprehension and word recognition to track the child’s progress before starting the next storybook
coreenburt
CVC PHONICS   THE  A  SOUND

CVC PHONICS THE A SOUND

A set of 21 worksheets to consolidate the vowel sound A. This workbook is ideal for use to revise and consolidate of the vowel sound by a pupil who is not making adequate progress. The worksheets will be very helpful in one to one sessions with a TA. The work can also be used for homework or extra revision by the class and will be a valuable supplement to the phonic scheme presently in use.
coreenburt
CREATE-A-STORYBOOK  LEVEL 1  BOOK 2  SATP INMD  GOCK  E

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK LEVEL 1 BOOK 2 SATP INMD GOCK E

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK is part of the SOUNDS FOR READING series and complements the order that the phonic sounds are presented, which is the order in which most schools are now presenting them eg SATP INMD GOCK etc etc. This series will be particularly useful for a TA to use for one to one or small group catch up sessions. • The storybooks begins with a set of flashcards (print and laminate) Use these flashcards to consolidate the words that will be read in the book before the child starts reading the sentences. • Then follows 24 little “stories” based on the sounds exclusively designated for that book. There are a few “tricky” words included in each set. Tricky words are printed in red on the flashcards. • End with assessments of comprehension and word recognition to track the child’s progress before starting the next storybook.
coreenburt
CVC PHONICS THE E SOUND

CVC PHONICS THE E SOUND

This 14 page resource gives a child the opportunity to use the CVC words that have the E sound in many different ways eg word lists, sentences, stories, word searches etc. The resource is particularly suitable for a TA tasked with giving one to one sessions to a child that has a reading problem or to EAL pupils who need extra help in building up vocabulary and reading skills.
coreenburt
CREATE-A STORYBOOK SUPPLEMENTARY WRITING BOOK :  UNIT 1  BOOK 2:  The Pin in the Pig

CREATE-A STORYBOOK SUPPLEMENTARY WRITING BOOK : UNIT 1 BOOK 2: The Pin in the Pig

CREATE-A-STORYBOOK is part of the SOUNDS FOR READING series and complements the order that the phonic sounds are presented, which is the order in which most schools are now presenting them eg SATP INMD GOCK etc etc. This series will be particularly useful for a TA to use for one to one or small group catch up sessions. Once the storybook has been read print this resource for the child to trace over each sentence and then read. Good writing practice and a little extra reading practice too.
coreenburt