INTERVENTION MATHS PROGRAM - IMP Year 5 - Number, Place Value, Decimals, Patterns and Algebra

INTERVENTION MATHS PROGRAM - IMP Year 5 - Number, Place Value, Decimals, Patterns and Algebra

This product contains the following: INTERVENTION PROGRAM (88 pages) - Concept Development pages - Consolidation activities - Fun stuff (2 games) - 60 Task Cards (Answers in Answer Book) - Posters (Factors and Multiples, Division with Remainders, Divisibility) - Worksheets (individual, group or whole class) - all answers provided - Screener (Years 2 to 5 Number and Place Value, Decimals, Patterns and Algebra) ANSWER BOOK (86 pages) - Ideas to extend concept development - Consolidation ideas - References to games which target specific skill deficits This is the program I wished I had many years ago when my classroom had 26 students across all primary grades. Time was very precious. However, in any classroom there is the need to differentiate and this program will save teachers time. The screeners included can be administered to the whole class and will identify skill deficits so you can target your intervention accordingly.  I have put up a free sample which lists the CONTENTS and gives you an idea of the organisation and the kinds of resources included. ACARA references are provided for Australian teachers who need to refer to them. It includes a sample of the Answer Book includes answers to all questions and also provides extra ideas when concept development is the target. It lists games and links for consolidation. I would give this program to a teaching assistant once skill targets and individuals or groups have been identified. The teaching assistant would have the ANSWER BOOK to REMEDIATE in real time and consolidate in REAL TIME. Students will progress quickly because skill deficits are targeted directly and no time is wasted. Consolidate with games and include these in the regular classroom environment where your intervention group can teach the others. This is an ideal way to be inclusive and to generalise skills. The 60 Task Cards can be used in Intervention or they can be added to a Maths Centre, depending on the level of skill development across the class. I recommend games because I use them all the time in my intervention sessions and I know they work. The repetition of playing a game leads to mastery. The trick is to match the game to the skill deficit so your students progress. All the links are given in the program to help you do just that.
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LITERACY INTERVENTION HANDBOOK - The HOW and WHAT of Literacy Intervention

LITERACY INTERVENTION HANDBOOK - The HOW and WHAT of Literacy Intervention

This Handbook contains 128 pages. It includes all you need for literacy intervention for 8 to 12 year-olds: --- Assessments to enable you to differentiate - whole class, individual and small group --- Sequence and screen for phonological skills --- Reading intervention ideas --- Activities to develop reading/fluency/comprehension --- Activities to develop phonological skills --- Activities to develop oral vocabulary --- Activities to develop writing and spelling --- Sample RTI plan --- Appendix: morphological elements/Neurological Impress Method/Screeners EXTRA: Catalogue of Literacy Resources This handbook has been many years in the making. Most classes have a range of students at various stages of literacy development. How you manage this range and what you teach is critical for each student to progress individually, whether they are gifted, 'average', or needing intervention. Over the past 30 years, as I taught 5 to 15 year-olds, I have been making adjustments to curriculum, classroom management and skill sequences. Differentiating and scaffolding have become my specialty. I have taught in town schools as well as in communities. I have taught in classrooms with lots of aide time and parent volunteers but I have also had classes with no help at all. You manage around the resources you have available. You are the only person who can identify your management plan, but this program will give you the focus and direction. This handbook is my current practice and is based upon sound research and years of experience. My literacy intervention sessions focus on reading and I teach skills in the context of real books that my kids are interested in. This way I foster a love of reading and develop literacy skills at the same time. Games provide the consolidation and fun that keeps the sessions lighthearted and motivating. There is no better way to address a skills deficit than by playing a game that targets that deficit. That is why I have so many games in my shop. I call it TARGETTED INTERVENTION and it works! This resource will also suit the needs of the home-schooler enabling targeted teaching to ensure literacy skills progress. I believe skills are (usually) sequential and need to be taught explicitly in intervention. Unless you target, plan and differentiate, your students won't experience the progress they are entitled to. This Handbook will help you target and play. BUT ... before you buy it (or reject it), I have a sample in my shop for you to read. It's free, as all good samples are, and it will give you an idea of the contents and the way I have presented my work. I hope you like it and you try TARGETTED INTERVENTION.
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FACTORS and MULTIPLES POSTER A4 size -  FREE

FACTORS and MULTIPLES POSTER A4 size - FREE

This poster is included with the game GET OUT. The complete product contains: - 6 GET OUT Boards - 63 Number Cards - Directions The first game I made like this was Number Number because some of my intervention students were still grappling with the number terms they needed (Composite, Prime, Triangular and Square numbers). It worked well, so when I found the same obstacle with the terms Factors and Multiples I resolved to make a similar game to address the difficulty. Here it is. Games are so effective in addressing this type of issue that I don't know why they're not part of every curriculum. Abstract concepts like number terms need the constant exposure that only a game provides for some students. This one is simple and quick. There's a short and a long version, so it can take anything from 5 to 15 minutes. It's all there in the directions. Just get it out when you are teaching these concepts and let the game do the consolidation for you. Teach your intervention group first. You are being inclusive when you add it to a Maths Centre and all your students can play.
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SUBTRACTION ALGORITHM - Whole Class - Screener for differentiation+Consolidation+Task Cards (213p)

SUBTRACTION ALGORITHM - Whole Class - Screener for differentiation+Consolidation+Task Cards (213p)

This product contains: SUBTRACTION PROGRAM (103 pages) Screener (Foundation to Year 4) Class Overview for easy ability grouping 62 Practice Cards (12 levelled algorithms on each card) 20 Fun Worksheets (Hidden Numbers and Riddles) 50 Task Cards (Word Problems) ANSWER BOOK (103 pages) Number Facts Screener by strategy Poster - Subtraction Facts The preview includes the contents pages and descriptions of the activities provided. Australian curriculum references are included for those teachers who need them. This is a complete program to identify those students who need scaffolding as well as those who would benefit from extension in mastering the subtraction algorithm. I have refined it over the past thirty years and I know (from experience) that it provides a structural framework that ensures success for all ability levels. This program takes the traditional approach and uses vertical setting out to capitalise on place value concepts which are usually the target in intervention. The screener covers the fourteen steps to mastery and the class overview will identify ability groups and your groups for extension and intervention. A maths concepts pretest is provided for early learners who are still developing maths language. Place Value Mats are provided. The TASK CARDS are word problems, generalising the skill into a familiar context. They can be added to a MATHS CENTRE for independent consolidation. I would use the Answer Book with small groups so a teaching assistant had the advantage of real-time monitoring and remediation. I recommend playing games to master number facts, especially at the beginning/end of an intervention session. The are ideal for maths rotations. I have developed lots of short but fun games over the years and you can find these in my store as well. Students learn their number facts through the repetition of playing these games regularly - and having fun at the same time. References to games are included in the Answer Book. The companion program for ADDITION is also available in my store. Intervention programs to address specific addition number fact strategies are also available.
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ADDITION ALGORITHM - Whole Class - Screener for differentiation+Consolidation+Task Cards (242p)

ADDITION ALGORITHM - Whole Class - Screener for differentiation+Consolidation+Task Cards (242p)

This program contains: PROGRAM (117 pages) Screener (Foundation to Year 4) Class Overview for easy ability grouping 82 Practice Cards 26 Fun Worksheets (Hidden Numbers and Riddles) 40 Task Cards (Word Problems) ANSWER BOOK (117 pages) Addition Number Facts screener by strategy (1 page) Class Overview of Addition Number Facts mastery (1 page) Posters of Addition number facts (3 pages) This is a complete program to identify those students who need scaffolding as well as those who would benefit from extension in mastering the addition algorithm. I have refined it over the past thirty years and I know (from experience) that it provides a structural framework that ensures success for all ability levels. This program takes the traditional approach and uses vertical setting out to capitalise on place value concepts which are usually the target in intervention. The Screener covers the twenty steps to master the addition algorithm from Year 1 to Year 4. The results on the class overview will identify ability groups and prepare for extension or intervention. All answers are provided. A maths concepts pretest is also provided for those early learners who are still developing maths language. The TASK CARDS are word problems, generalising the skill into a familiar context. They can be added to a MATHS CENTRE for independent consolidation or as an activity in maths rotations. I would use the Answer Book with small groups in intervention so a teaching assistant had the advantage of real-time monitoring and remediation. I recommend playing games to master number facts, especially at the beginning/end of an intervention session. I have developed lots of short but fun games over the years and you can find these in my store as well. Students learn their number facts through the repetition of playing these games regularly - and having fun at the same time. References to games are included in the Answer Book. The companion program for SUBTRACTION is also available in my store. Intervention programs to address specific addition number fact strategies are also available.
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SIGHT WORDS - FRY'S First 100 Sight Words - 4 sets of  Bingo Games with 12 boards in each game

SIGHT WORDS - FRY'S First 100 Sight Words - 4 sets of Bingo Games with 12 boards in each game

This package contains four sets of games: Set 1 - Sight Words 1 -25 - 12 boards + Blank Board Set 2 - Sight Words 26-50 - 12 boards + Blank Board Set 3 - Sight Words 51-75 - 12 boards + Blank Board Set 4 - Sight Words 76-100 - 12 boards + Blank Board FLASHCARDS - 4 sets (four to an A4 page) WORD CARDS - 1 set (9 to a page) + Directions This bundle complements my FRY'S FREEBIE STARTER BUNDLE and extends skill development with three more sets of games. Each set has 12 boards so you can play with up to 12 students, or more in groups. You will just need to provide nine counters or plastic coins for each board. I like mixing ability groups in a whole-class activity. The more skilled students will support other members of the team. The blank boards are included for differentiating for small group work and would complement my FRY'S FREEBIE which has a student recording sheet and class overview so you can identify skill deficits and ability groups. All sets are in black and white, but you can add colour prior to laminating if you wish. There are no spelling clashes in Fry's first 100, so this set is suitable for all English classrooms. Games are a great way to consolidate learning and the positive attitude that students bring to games enhances learning.
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FRAC TIONS - EQUIVALENCE - Fractions/Decimals/Percentage - 5 DONKEY CARD GAMES

FRAC TIONS - EQUIVALENCE - Fractions/Decimals/Percentage - 5 DONKEY CARD GAMES

This product contains five sets of games: Set 1 - Decimal Fraction and picture (also available as a freebie for you to try) Set 2 - Fractions of 100 and picture Set 3 - Fractions of 100 and simplified Fractions Set 4 - Percentage and Picture Set 5 - Simplified Fraction and Picture + Conversion Tables (one includes percentage) + Directions There are two CONVERSION TABLES, one including percentage. DIRECTIONS are also included. There are 53 uniform cards in each set and you can mix and match according to the needs of your learners. I have included Set 1 as a freebie so you can download and play with your students to see if DONKEY is the game for you. I'll be surprised if you don't love it and come back for the lot. They are the fun that worksheets can't provide. The directions for DONKEY are simple. Just deal out all the cards. Players (up to 6) put down their pairs at the beginning of their turn and say what is on the card pairs. Then they offer their hand, face down and fanned out, so the next player can pick one of their cards before they have their turn. They cannot see the card they choose. The second player now puts down any pairs they have, saying the name of the fraction as they do. Play continues this way until the DONKEY is the only card left. That player is the LOSER. I use games like DONKEY in intervention every day. When I can I send the game home for family fun time there's no better homework. Including the game in a Maths Centre has the same learning value (through repetition). The Conversion Chart helps to scaffold the learning and make it inclusive. With the chart your intervention kids can play with anyone and you are differentiating. Meanwhile everyone is consolidating the concept of equivalence.
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FRACTIONS - halves, thirds, fifths+multiples - DONKEY CARD GAMES - 2 Games (15 pages)

FRACTIONS - halves, thirds, fifths+multiples - DONKEY CARD GAMES - 2 Games (15 pages)

This product contains two games: --- Set 1 - Halves, Quarters, Fifths, Eighths, Tenths (59 cards) --- Set 2 - Quarters, Sixths, Ninths, Twelfths (61 cards) --- Directions Each game contains matching pairs. Each set is quite big, so you can be selective in the pairs you want to consolidate with your learners. You can differentiate to target specific skill deficits by mixing the sets accordingly. This is the activity you need when the fraction concept is still being developed. I find it's the ideal game to bridge the gap between 'hands-on' activities and abstract learning. Fractions and the language that goes with them can be difficult for some learners. I developed these two sets so I could use the cards in lots of ways. Once my kids can match the cards to the fraction they are ready to play the game, but I also get them ordering the fractions, writing fractions from the picture and playing Memory with just a few pairs. You just match this resource to target the skills you want to develop. I use them as a game for the beginning of RTI and it sets up a great atmosphere for an intense session. You can also use them for the last few minutes of a session. It is the perfect game to give to a teaching assistant or a parent. The rules are simple and it's the repetition that addresses the skill deficits. They more they play, the more they learn about fractions. This game is ideal to complement my intervention fraction programs CATCH-UP, KEEP-UP FRACTIONS AND DECIMALS and FRACTION FUN 1 (Years 1 and 2). Both programs have a screener to identify skill deficits for targeted intervention. In a class I would put both these games in a Maths Centre or use them for small group rotations. This game is certainly the fun element of fractions, so it will be a hit however you use it. :
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FRACTIONS - Mixed Numbers & Improper Fractions - DONKEY CARD GAMES - 2 games (15 pages)

FRACTIONS - Mixed Numbers & Improper Fractions - DONKEY CARD GAMES - 2 games (15 pages)

This product contains two games: --- Set 1 - Mixed Numbers (61 cards) --- Set 2 - Improper Fractions 61 cards) --- Directions Each game contains matching pairs. Each set is quite big, so you can be selective in the pairs you want to consolidate with your learners. You can differentiate to target specific skill deficits by mixing the sets accordingly. These games followed on from DONKEY FRACTIONS (halves, thirds, fifths and their multiples) and were a natural progression as earlier skills were mastered. They are ideal for intervention and provide the semi-concrete transition from hands-on materials to abstract concepts that can be difficult for some students. Because the DONKEY game is so much fun it provides the repetition that consolidates the concepts efficiently. Putting them in a Maths Centre or using them in Maths Rotations would be ideal. These games complement my intervention fraction programs CATCH-UP, KEEP-UP FRACTIONS AND DECIMALS and FRACTION FUN 1 (Years 1 and 2). Both programs have a screener to identify skill deficits for targeted intervention.
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COMMONLY CONFUSED WORDS - ITS and IT'S - BOARD GAME (28 pages) + Answers

COMMONLY CONFUSED WORDS - ITS and IT'S - BOARD GAME (28 pages) + Answers

THIS package contains: --- 8 GAME BOARDS --- 96 SENTENCE CARDS (2 sets - 48 in each set) --- DIRECTIONS --- A4 size POSTER --- ANSWERS I developed this game some years ago. Many of my students were confusing 'than' and 'then'. It was a minor skill as far as literacy goes, but one that persists over years if not explicitly remediated. The game was very successful, and if it was played regularly for about a week, the problem disappeared. Since then I have extended the game to more confused words as the need has arisen. I specialise in literacy and numeracy and I find games like this are motivating and effective in addressing specific skill deficits. I teach and then consolidate with the game. It is designed so a teacher can use it in a Literacy Centre or it can be sent home for Family Fun Time. Either way, it's regular playing for a week or so that will work.
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RIMES - 64 Most Common Rimes - 64 sets of  Flash Cards and 64 Task Cards + Screener

RIMES - 64 Most Common Rimes - 64 sets of Flash Cards and 64 Task Cards + Screener

I use these Flash Cards and Task Cards as part of my intervention. The Flash Cards provide explicit teaching and the Task Cards begin consolidation. The screening process could begin with my Quick Literacy Placement Screener which can be administered to the whole class. This first screening stage will allow you to prioritise your time and identify who needs to undergo the second stage screening process which is one on one. Once your screening results are collated you can begin targeted intervention with individuals and small groups. I use my RIME SWITCHEROO game for consolidation and it works very well. I target three unknown rimes at a time and, with regular playing through the week, all are usually known one week later. You will find most students will master this rime collection quickly and reading ability will improve.
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ONSETS and RIMES WORD WHEELS - 50 Most Common Rimes + Blank Word Wheel

ONSETS and RIMES WORD WHEELS - 50 Most Common Rimes + Blank Word Wheel

These Word Wheels comprise the explicit teaching component of my intervention. I find some of my students really benefit from the multi-sensory aspect of turning the wheel and developing phonemic awareness at the same time. In my intervention sessions I get them to use the word in a sentence after they pronounce it. Then I get them to go around the wheel as fast as they can. You can use the Screener for 74 Common Rimes that I have available for free if you like. For consolidation you can use my RIME Task Cards and play RIME SWITCHEROO. Both provide the repetition that ensures the skill is retained in long term memory.
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RIMES - Complete Intervention Package - Assessment/Explicit Teaching/Consolidation

RIMES - Complete Intervention Package - Assessment/Explicit Teaching/Consolidation

This bundle has everything you need to develop phonemic awareness of onsets and rimes and see reading progress: Word Wheels - build fluency as onsets are substituted Flash Cards and Task Cards - good for group work, intervention sessions and consolidation Flip Book - for differentiation and targeted intervention Switcheroo - the best game ever for consolidating rimes (takes time to prepare but worth every second)
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RIMES - Screener and Flip Book for TARGETED INTERVENTION

RIMES - Screener and Flip Book for TARGETED INTERVENTION

This product contains four items: - Checklist of 74 Rimes (from Speech Pathology and Learning Support) - Flip Book for one-on-one administration - 2 Photos on Flip Book assembly This is where I start when I have identified students who need to develop phonemic awareness of onset and rime. You could start the process of ability grouping by administering my Quick Literacy Placement Screener (available free) to the whole class and this will help to prioritise who needs one-on-one for targeted intervention. Collating the results from this second stage screening process will identify skill deficits by group.
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SIGHT WORDS - FRY'S FIRST 100 - Sentences - Transition from reading to writing with these TASK CARDS

SIGHT WORDS - FRY'S FIRST 100 - Sentences - Transition from reading to writing with these TASK CARDS

These Task Cards have been developed to consolidate the first 100 FRY'S SIGHT WORDS which comprise approximately 50% of words in print. The Task Cards complement my FRY'S STARTER BUNDLE which is an ideal way to identify ability groups and begin an Intervention Program. Alternatively, you could use the Task Cards for the transition from instant recall to writing. I prefer to make this transition with sentences rather than individual words. I have used a multi-sensory approach because I find most of my intervention students are still at this developmental stage I have also developed a Word Bingo bundle that contains four sets of games focussing on each of the 25 words in the first hundred. They can be played with a whole class for both consolidation and lots of fun. Each set contains a blank board for individualisation. It is essential that learners are confident with sight words to ensure a balanced approach to literacy and steady progress in reading. These Task Cards can also be used for intervention or as a group activity in Reading Rotations. I would even add them to a Literacy Centre once students knew how to complete each card.
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SIGHT WORD SUPER BUNDLE - FRY'S First 300 - COMPLETE

SIGHT WORD SUPER BUNDLE - FRY'S First 300 - COMPLETE

This bundle contains 3 sets of one hundred words in each. Each set has the following: --- Flashcards --- Individual Student Record --- Class Overviews --- Tag Sets --- Small Cards --- Word Cards --- Task Card Sentences GAMES --- Climb and Slide Blank Board Game --- Race Day Blank Board Game --- Wordo Blank Board --- Word Bingo - 4 sets (25 words to a set) 201-300 I have been working on this bundle for many years. Sight words are a critical element of a balanced literacy program and I have used the FRY'S first three hundred for over twenty years. It doesn't really matter what sight word list you choose as long as it has integrity and you use it systematically. I specialise in learning difficulties now but I have expanded the bundle to cater for a whole class. I know how precious time is in a busy classroom, so the bundle reflects a wide range of applications. I use the tags when I administer the Individual screener. They are on a ring and the student flips each card as they read. There are three columns on the recording sheet as I have found it necessary to retest to ensure that the sight word has been retained in memory after a couple of weeks or a month. If a word is known quickly I tick, if it is known but slow, I mark an S and if a word is not known or misread I put a dot. The target words have an S or a dot. Dr Fry recommended teaching five at a time, but I vary this according to the student's capacity. I have added the class overviews because I used something similar many years ago and found it helpful to identify ability groups and target specific words. The word cards can be used in intervention or small groups. You can print two lots of whatever sets you are working on and play games like Fish or Memory. I would use the Flashcards for a whole class and they are ideal for Word Bingo. The Sentence Task Cards can be used for reading groups or rotations as well as a Literacy Centre. I would use them in intervention also, targeting the words your students need. These cards provide a transition between reading the sight word and writing it. I have made the Task Cards multi-sensory and very structured. I find this is most effective in intervention, so they will suit most students. The games are the fun element and they take the boredom out of consolidating new skills. You are looking for fluency, so the repetition provides the regular practice that some students need. There are enough Bingo Boards to play with the whole class in groups. I used to play with mixed ability groups of three, giving each player three counters or plastic coins. Each board is in black and white so I would add some colour before laminating. I have a Handbook you might like to refer to -The Literacy Intervention Handbook - which includes strategies.
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SIGHT WORD BUNDLE - FRY'S Third Hundred - Flashcards/Task Card Sentences/Tags/Assessment + Games

SIGHT WORD BUNDLE - FRY'S Third Hundred - Flashcards/Task Card Sentences/Tags/Assessment + Games

This bundle contains: --- Flashcards Fry's Sight Words 1-300 --- Individual Student Record 1-300 --- Class Overviews --- Tag Set (25 to a page) 1-300 --- Small Cards (100 to an A4 page) Words 201-300 --- Word Cards (9 to a page) 1-300 GAMES --- Climb and Slide Blank Board Game --- Race Day Blank Board Game --- Wordo Blank Board --- Word Bingo - 4 sets (25 words to a set) 201-300 I have been working on this bundle for many years. Sight words are a critical element of a balanced literacy program and I have used the FRY'S first three hundred for over twenty years. It doesn't really matter what sight word list you choose as long as it has integrity and you use it systematically. In 1996 Dr Edward Fry claimed that his research revealed the first 300 words comprised approximately 65% of written material. I chose Fry's sight word list because it has a sound research base and included a wide range of written material as opposed to some lists which appear more restricted in their choices. I use the tags when I administer the individual screener and the small cards (100 to a page) are the student's record of what they know. I would let them mark the known words as they track their progress. The word cards can be used in intervention or small groups. You can print two lots of whatever sets you are working on and play games like Fish or Memory. I would use the Flashcards for a whole class and they are ideal for Word Bingo. The Sentence Task Cards can be used for reading groups or rotations as well as a Literacy Centre. I would use them in intervention also, targeting the words your students need. These cards provide a transition between reading the sight word and writing it. I have made the Task Cards multi-sensory and very structured. I find this is most effective in intervention, so they will suit most students. The games are the fun element and they take the boredom out of consolidating new skills. You are looking for fluency, so the repetition provides the regular practice that some students need. There are enough Bingo Boards to play with the whole class in groups. I used to play with mixed ability groups of three, giving each player three counters or plastic coins. They are in black and white so I would add some colour before laminating. I have bundled the first 300 words if you wish to go that way.
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SIGHT WORD BUNDLE  - FRY'S Second Hundred - Flashcards/Word Cards/Task Cards + Games

SIGHT WORD BUNDLE - FRY'S Second Hundred - Flashcards/Word Cards/Task Cards + Games

This bundle contains: --- 100 Word Cards (9 to an A4 page - 12 pages) --- 100 Tags ( 25 to a page - 4 pages)) --- Small Cards (1 page) --- 50 Task Card Sentences (50 pages) --- Individual Record (2 pages) --- Class Overviews (4 pages) GAMES Word Bingo (4 sets) Blank Climb and Slide Board Game for individualisation Blank Race Day Board Game for individualisation Blank Wordo Board for individualisation This bundle includes all the products I have used on and off over the years when I have been involved in early literacy. I have dressed them up and expanded them to suit whole class teaching as well as intervention. These days I am semi-retired but I still specialise in learning difficulties, so the bundle is big to cater for a wide range of applications. I administer the individual record one-on-one and this identifies the skill deficits I need to target. The blank board games are included because I find they work very well, especially when I can involve parents to play between intervention sessions. Adding them to a Literacy Centre would also work. I have added the Overviews because it will make it easier to collate the results and identify ability groups and target words. The small cards (100 to a page) are the child's individual record of what they know. They keep their own record this way and it can be quite motivating to see the page fill up. The Sentences can be added to a Literacy Centre or you could use them in Intervention like I do. They provide the transition between a known sight word and writing. Retrieving the word from memory is the first step. Being able to write it is the second. Each line in the Task Card is graduated in difficulty, but the previous line provides the scaffolding that some students need to learn to write the word. I prefer using sentences rather than single words. The cards are multi-sensory involving cutting, pasting, reading and writing. There are no spelling clashes in the second hundred and I have added Australia and Britain as alternatives to America if you need those cards. There are also blank cards for you to add anything different if you wish. This bundle is all you should need to get started with sight words at this level. My Starter Bundle of the words 1 to 100 is free in my store and you may need it if you have to cater for a wider range of ability than this second bundle. You could add the Word Bingo Games to a Literacy Centre, or include them in Reading Groups. They are in black and white, but I would add a bit of colour prior to laminating to jazz them up. They will last for years. I have made extra boards so you can play with a whole class in groups for consolidation
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FRACTIONS SCREENER - Skils to Year 4 level + Answers + Class Overview for differentiation

FRACTIONS SCREENER - Skils to Year 4 level + Answers + Class Overview for differentiation

This screener is included in my Fraction Fun 3 program which also includes: WORKBOOK (67 pages) - Screener (to identify ability groups and skill deficits at this level) - Concept Development activities - Consolidation activities (individual/small group and whole class) - 60 Task Cards (with individual student answer sheet for independent work) ANSWER BOOK (66 pages) - Answers + extra ideas for consolidation
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FRACTIONS TASK CARDS - 160 Task Cards - 3 Skill Levels - Student Recording Sheet + Answers

FRACTIONS TASK CARDS - 160 Task Cards - 3 Skill Levels - Student Recording Sheet + Answers

This collection of Task Cards are included in my Fraction Fun Programs. I have uploaded them separately for those who can use them.l They cover the following skill sets: - Fractions of a collection - Fraction Buddies - Number Lines - Fraction Names Fraction Fun 1 - halves/quarters/eighths Fraction Fun 2 - thirds/sixths/ninths/twelfths Fraction Fun 3 - fifths/tenths/mixed numbers/introduction to decimals
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FRACTION SCREENER - Skills to Year 2 Level + Answers + Class Overview for differentiation

FRACTION SCREENER - Skills to Year 2 Level + Answers + Class Overview for differentiation

This screener is included in my Fraction Fun 1 Program and identifies skill deficits to begin differentiation. The complete program contains WORKBOOK (74 pages) - Screener (to identify ability groups and skill deficits) - Concept Development Pages - Poster: Half Past the hour - Worksheets (Individual/Group/Class) - 50 Task Cards with Individual Student Record Card (independent activity) - Appendix: POSTERS of Fraction bars, Fraction Circles ANSWER BOOK (40 pages) - All answers included - Extra ideas and links to games for consolidation
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FRACTION FUN 3 - WORKBOOK + Screener + 60 Task Cards - FRACTIONS and DECIMALS - Year 4

FRACTION FUN 3 - WORKBOOK + Screener + 60 Task Cards - FRACTIONS and DECIMALS - Year 4

This product contains: WORKBOOK (67 pages) - Screener (to identify ability groups and skill deficits at this level) - Concept Development activities - Consolidation activities (individual/small group and whole class) - 60 Task Cards (with individual student answer sheet for independent work) ANSWER BOOK (66 pages) - Answers + extra ideas for consolidation See the free SAMPLE for the content in this workbook and to understand the organisation of my intervention programs in general. Because the students I now teach have such diverse learning needs my fractions programs reflect this range of support needs. Not all students will need to complete every activity. The Screener will identify which skills need development but as soon as learning is demonstrated it is time to move into the consolidation phase. This workbook revises fifths and tenths, but also revises previously taught concepts for consolidation before introducing decimals. It is the third workbook in the series. FRACTION FUN 1: halves, quarters, eighths FRACTION FUN 2: thirds, sixths, ninths, twelfths and introduction to fifths and tenths FRACTION FUN 3: fifths and tenths with an introduction to decimals The three workbooks provide the foundation for further work in fractions and decimals. The Task Cards in this package can be added to a Maths Centre so students can progress at their own rate. I would also add my DONKEY fraction games which are perfect for consolidation and provide lots of fun as well. The variety within the games means you can mix and match and differentiate according to the needs of your learners. ACARA References are provided for those teachers who need them. I will bundle the 3 Fraction Workbooks with the 160 Task Cards for a total intervention program that will address the needs of any learner still developing fraction concepts.
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