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Teaching and Learning Resources for Early Learners and KS1

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Looking for something original? Here are some Resources for Early Learners and Key Stage 1 that you won't have used before. There are also some key Stage 2 and SEN resources. Alphabet, Phonics, Reading & Writing Activities (and more subjects). Worksheets, flashcards, activities, PPTs, quiz games and posters. images from graphicsfactory.com

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Looking for something original? Here are some Resources for Early Learners and Key Stage 1 that you won't have used before. There are also some key Stage 2 and SEN resources. Alphabet, Phonics, Reading & Writing Activities (and more subjects). Worksheets, flashcards, activities, PPTs, quiz games and posters. images from graphicsfactory.com
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Activities KS1/ EYFS
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The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Activities KS1/ EYFS

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A 10 page resource for KS1 and EYFS children celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Activities include: Designing a Platinum Jubilee Stamp Make/write a postcard from London Design a London souvenir ball Label 2 sets of colour pictures Cut out, duplicate and match colour cards related to London Colour the London bus Design a tea set for the Platinum Jubilee celebrations Cut and match the buses going to different places in London
Children's and Young Persons Counselling Contract Templates
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Children's and Young Persons Counselling Contract Templates

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Here are 3 templates that counsellors working with children and young people could use as a more visual aid and way of communicating the counselling contract. There is a blank one where you could fill in your own information or questions. There is one with key questions included. The third has key questions but added pictures / symbols. There is a black and white version and colour version of each of the 3 templates. Play therapists may also adapt the templates for their work with children and young people.
Ending in 'CK'  4 Worksheets KS1
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Ending in 'CK' 4 Worksheets KS1

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A phonics resource for children learning about ‘ck’ at the end of words. There are 2 worksheets where children use the words provided to label the pictures. There is a sheet with 16 sentences where children add the missing words that end in ck. (S may be added for plurals). They can write these out in their workbooks or just add the missing words onto the sheet. There is a wordsearch and wordsearch answer sheet provided.
The Shopping Basket Activities KS1
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The Shopping Basket Activities KS1

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A set of activities based on the Book: The Shopping Basket by John Burningham. There is a complete set of small flashcards representing all the characters,places and food in the story. There are 6 activities: Draw the correct number of food items in the basket. Match the animals to the food they wanted from Steven. Match the animals to the places where they appeared in the story. Match the animals to the position they appear in the story. Write a shopping list for Steven. Write a note for number 25.
Dingbats Puzzle Set 2 KS2
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Dingbats Puzzle Set 2 KS2

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Set two in this Dingbat Visual Word Game series. Let’s cheer up Fridays (or any days), with this Dingbats Visual Word Puzzle for Kids or the whole family. 28 Picture clues for children to solve, complete with a blank answer template and an answer sheet. Works well on Zoom too!
Friends and Friendship Poetry and Written Work KS1
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Friends and Friendship Poetry and Written Work KS1

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Let’s celebrate friends and friendship with these 5 activities including writing an acrostic poem and listing 5 things that make a good friend. There is an example of an acrostic poem included, with writing frames for each activity.
Father's Day Rosettes to Make EYFS
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Father's Day Rosettes to Make EYFS

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Children will enjoy making a rosette for Fathers Day. There are 2 ready made ones which children can cut out and stick onto card. There is a colour outline and a black and white outline included for children to add to. Add ribbons and photos if these are available for extra effect. These could also be used as a basis for a Father’s Day card.
Rhyming Words Worksheets
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Rhyming Words Worksheets

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4 worksheets where children use the words and pictures to write rhyming words. The first 2 pages are all CVC words. Pages 3 and 4 have a few words such as frog and boat that may be a bit more challenging depending what level the children are at. Good for your Letters and Sounds work, Phonics, Reading and writing and a good homework resource too.
My seaside Workbook
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My seaside Workbook

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A fun collection of activities on a cross-curricular theme of the Seaside, Beach or Holidays. Activities: Matching words and pictures Spot the Difference Design your own flip flops Find matching pairs of flip flops Seaside Word Search with Answer sheet Colouring Sheet Great for Early Years, KS1 or those studying English as a second language.
Create your own Badges Activity EYFS / KS1
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Create your own Badges Activity EYFS / KS1

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A fun creative activity where children look at the examples of 10 badges and then use one or more of the 3 template sheets to design their own badges. They can then choose 1 or more of their designs to create and make into a badge.
Crossword Puzzles Simple Spelling Sheets KS1
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Crossword Puzzles Simple Spelling Sheets KS1

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A phonics activity for KS1 or SEN pupils. Here are 5 worksheets where children use the picture cues to sound out and write the words. The words are of 3 and 4 letters. There are also 3 blank template sheets for you, or the children, to make more of their own.
Pirate Counting PPT
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Pirate Counting PPT

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A powerpoint for the Smartboard on the theme of Pirates. Children count items up to 10 and at the end try to recall how many of each item there were. The slides can be printed out and used on displays or in counting activities.
Let's Write for Different Purposes
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Let's Write for Different Purposes

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There are 4 pages of colour flashcards giving examples of reasons children might write e.g. a letter to Grandma, a party invitation and Valentine’s card. Each page shows 6 reasons to write. There are also examples of letters that could be received such as an invoice, a bill and an appointment. Cut out the cards and you could add to the writing area or table or use as a lesson in itself for writing for different reasons. The first worksheet shows reasons to write around the edge and has a writing frame in the centre. Children could use this to make notes on their choices or to write simple sentences.
Animals Name Read and Write 5 Worksheets
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Animals Name Read and Write 5 Worksheets

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5 worksheets that are differentiated with an animal theme. Each animal begins with a sound in the word ‘Animals’ itself. Links to reading, phonics, writing and any animal topic. Worksheets: Sheet 1 shows 12 colour pictures of animals with words to trace underneath. A poster for children to colour in showing the 12 animals. Shows black and white pictures with space for children to write the words. Shows black and white pictures with words to trace underneath. Shows boxes for children to draw the animals into or to paste pictures ( they can use the ones on sheet 1) into.
4 Transition Worksheets KS1 / KS2
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4 Transition Worksheets KS1 / KS2

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Here are 4 worksheets in black and white for children who are moving up or on to a new class or school. The questions will help them to think about things that are important to them from this year, as well as look forward to the next step of their learning journey. The picture and shape outlines provide a writing scaffold with minimal writing for those who would find this difficult. Suitable for SEN pupils. Children can draw, write key words, captions or sentences as appropriate for them. Questions include important dates, people, happy thoughts and visits, three best moments, 4 feelings and what to put in a first aid kit when moving on.
Buildings Topic Resources EYFS and KS1
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Buildings Topic Resources EYFS and KS1

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A set of topic resources for your work on buildings. There are 12 colour flashcards of different types of buildings and 12 in black and white for children to colour in. There are some buildings children will be familiar with and others they will less likely to be familiar with. There is a sheet showing all 12 structures in colour and in black and white. Children can name the buildings and write over the words as well as colour and match the pictures. The flashcards make a lovely wall display or you could hang them around the classroom like bunting.
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Colour Patterns EYFS
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The Queen's Platinum Jubilee Colour Patterns EYFS

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3 pages of activities for young children with a red, white and blue colour and pattern theme to tie in with your Jubilee celebrations. Copy and continue the red, white and blue balloon pattern to complete the picture. Colour all the stars using red, white and blue or red and blue. Follow the red arrows with your tracing patterns. Cut these out and laminate and you can add them to the writing corner.
Fill in the Missing Numbers to 10
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Fill in the Missing Numbers to 10

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3 worksheets where the children complete the number lines with missing numbers to 10. There is a template added for them to make their own number lines and a sheet with numbers 1 to 10, to assist those who need extra support.
Handy Number Fun
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Handy Number Fun

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EYFS or KS1 resource. A fun number activity set for learning numbers to 10, left and right and pairs. 1- Colour hands poster showing numbers 1 to 10 2 - Colour hands poster showing numbers to 5 and backwards from 5 3 /4 /5 - Outline hands to draw around, colour in or make into counting resources 6 - Colour the pairs to make them the same - activity sheet 7 - Colour the left hands to make them the same and the right hands to make them the same - activity sheet 8 - Number each hand. Colour the odds and evens in different colours - activity sheet
Limericks KS1
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Limericks KS1

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Here is a good way to introduce children to Limericks as part of World Poetry Day or any poetry topic. There is an example of a completed limerick showing visual images. There are 2 other limericks where the rhyming words need filling in. Children use the visual images and words to help them. Once the children are familiar with the structure of a limerick, they can use the template page to start to make up their own limericks. Notes: Limericks are traditionally 5 lines and often with a funny final line or a twist. The first, second and last line usually have the same rhyme and the third and fourth often share a different rhyme.