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I am currently teaching Grade R in South Africa and loving it. I am enjoying making powerpoints for areas where I don't have many non-fiction books to illustrate the topic.

I am currently teaching Grade R in South Africa and loving it. I am enjoying making powerpoints for areas where I don't have many non-fiction books to illustrate the topic.
The Big Five

The Big Five

This presentation introduces the Big FIve game animals in Africa and includes a few facts about each animal. Use for KS1
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Animal homes

Animal homes

This presentation will support discussion about animal homes. CUt ad stick worksheet included.
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Adding

Adding

Adding single digit numbers. The children can count and see the sum appear.
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Things that Fly

Things that Fly

Presentation about things that fly - aeroplane, helicopter, hot air balloon. Includes a writing frame “in my hot air balloon I saw…”
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One more, One less

One more, One less

Use this presentation to teach and consolidate one more and one less. The children could have white boards or number fans to hold up the number one more or less before the teacher clicks and the number appears. My class enjoy this as it is more fun than holding up a number card!
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Alphabet book.

Alphabet book.

Children can draw or cut out pictures that begin with each letter. Handwriting practive of each letter at the bottom of the page also.
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CVC words

CVC words

Animated powerpoint where the children sound out each letter to form a word as it appears on the screen.
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Tens and units

Tens and units

Presentation and worksheet illustrating tens and units. Powerpoint has 12 slides with random 2 digit numbers, teens and twenties.
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Count and Write

Count and Write

An interactive presentation. children will use white boards to show how many they have counted.
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Matching 1 to 1

Matching 1 to 1

Match the objects to see if there are enough spoons for each cup, cherries for each cake… the objects then move to their partner.
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How many in my house?

How many in my house?

I used this as a homework task. The children had to go home and count the windows, doors, people etc in their house.
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My senses playdough mats

My senses playdough mats

I use these playdough mats to get the children thinking and making playdough models of what they can hear, see, touch, taste and feel.
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