This is a worksheet. Students have to circle the heavy animal and then they have to circle the light animal.
PowerPoint: This PowerPoint is about how Carnival is celebrated in Italy. It has 14 slides in all. This resource helps students to learn new words related to Carnival. In each slide there is a picture and when you click the word appears. PDF: In this PDF there are various worksheets. Worksheet 1. You can use this resource in two ways; Learn the words or Laminate the worksheets and cut the words and the pictures. Students have to match the words to the pictures. Worksheet 2. Write the words to match the pictures. Worksheet 3. Write a few sentences to describe the clown.
In this resource you can find two worksheets. Students have to complete the Domino Set and the Table by doubling and halving the numbers shown. The first worksheet can also be laminated. Cut the domino set and the students can write the double or half of the number shown with a whiteboard marker.
In this resource pack you will find an activity for every student. The activities are graded. There are easy ones and more challenging activities to do. Tasks in this resource pack. 1. Flash Cards. Students can match the words to the pictures. 2. A handout having /qu/ words, sentences to read and a fill in exercise. 3. A comprehension. Its text focuses on the use of the /qu/ sound. 4. A Crossword puzzle.
This resource helps students to understand subtraction story problems by means of pictures. Each story problem has 3 slides which represent, the word problem, the image, and the subtraction. There is a total of 21 slides.
PowerPoint: The PowerPoint consists of 19 Slides. In each slide, the students can see the picture first so that they can say the word. Then when the teacher clicks, the word appears. PDF: The second resource consists of various activities. 1. Cut and laminate the pictures with words. You can use these to help your students learn the words about easter or you can cut the pictures and words and the students have to match them. 2. Write the words to match the pictures. 3. Bingo Game. (There are 6 Bingo Sheets and Pictures to draw). 4. Write a sentence about the words given.
This PowerPoint Presentation is ideal for students who are starting learning addition story sums for the first time. In this resource, unit numbers are used. There is a total of 15 slides. Each story sum is described in three slides. In the first slide there is the story sum to read. In the second slide there is the picture describing the story sum read. Students can see things being added in the picture every time the teacher clicks. This helps students to understand addition. In the third slide the sum is shown.
This power point is about Nouns. It also refers to Common and Proper Nouns. In the second slide there is the explanation of what nouns are. In the next two slides, the teacher can ask the students to choose the nouns. When the teacher clicks the nouns go into the bucket. In the fifth and the sixth slide there is the explanation of what common and proper nouns are. In the next two slides students have to choose the Common nouns. Every time the teacher clicks the Common nouns go into the sack and then in the bag. In the ninth and tenth slide the students have to choose the Proper nouns. Again when the teacher clicks the nouns go into the sack first and then into the bag. In the last four slides students have to choose the nouns in sentences. When the teacher clicks the sentence appears. The students will then identify where the nouns are. Then when the teacher clicks again, the same sentence appears but this time the nouns are coloured. There are eight sentences in all.
This multiplication power point helps students to visualize the word problems presented by means of pictures. Each word problem includes 3 slides. On the first slide there is the word problem. On the second slide there is the picture and on the third slide there is the multiplication sum worked out. Each time the teacher clicks a number appears. This allows the teacher to ask students what number is going to come up next. In this power point there are 8 word problems.
1. This Power Point is about the long vowel sound u-e. There is a presentation of 12 slides. The word is shown first so that students can read the word without the help of pictures. When the students read the word, the teacher can click so that the picture appears next to the word. 2. In this pdf you can find various worksheets. Read the words. Give this handout to your students to learn how to read words with the long vowel sound u-e. You can also laminate this worksheet, cut the words and draw the words like in a bingo game. Read the word drawn and students will write the word on their white boards. It is another way how you can do a spelling game in class. Match the pictures to the words. Students can be given this worksheet to match the pictures to the words. The teacher can also laminate it, cut the pictures and the words and the students have to match the words to the pictures. Write the word. Students have to read the sentence and then they have to write the word that matches to the picture shown.
1. Power Point presentation. There are 27 slides in all. In each slide there is a picture and a short description of that particular job. Occupations in this resource include, a teacher, a doctor, a nurse, a dentist, a pharmacist, a veterinarian, a spaceman, a pilot, a postman, a policeman, a fireman, a cook, a waiter, a driver, a hairdresser, a carpenter, a tailor, a mechanic, an electrician, a plumber, a farmer, a fisherman, a jockey, a clown, an artist, a musician, and a photographer. 2. Occupations Flashcards 3. Occupations Bingo Game Guess Who? 1. Laminate and cut the 6 Bingo Cards. 2. Draw and read the occupation. 3. Students have to work as a team and mark the right picture according to the word read. 4. The team who marks all the pictures first will win.
This resource includes: 1. A power point with Christmas vocabulary. There are 27 slides in all. First the picture appears and then the word is shown. 2. A PDF. In this PDF there are flashcards. Pictures and words can be matched to consolidate the new words learned. 3. A PDF. In this worksheet students have to complete the word to match the picture. This will help them to remember the words learned and to learn how to write the words correctly.
This is a power point presentation. In the first part of the slide show there are two pictures on each slide. The students have to choose the heavy animal. When they click on the right animal a star appears. In the second part, students have to choose the light animal.
In this resource pack you will find an activity for every student. The activities are graded. There are easy ones and more challenging activities to do. Tasks in this resource pack. 1. Flash Cards. Students match the words to the pictures. 2. Bingo Game. 3. Flash Cards. Students match the sentences to the pictures. 4. A handout. Students have words to read and a fill in exercise. They have to write the words to match the pictures. 5. Two Comprehensions. Both comprehensions have the same text. The first comprehension is easier as students have to choose the correct answer. The second comprehension is more challenging as students have to answer the questions asked.
This power point is useful if the teacher is working on developing phonological awareness. It includes a set of 10 slides. In each slide there are 3 pictures. There are no words shown. The teacher says the three words and the students have to find the two rhyming pictures. The one which does not rhyme will fade away.
Upper and Lower case letters. By making use of this resource, the teacher can instruct students the upper and lower case letters. The power point includes 53 slides. The slides include an upper case letter and when the teacher clicks the lower case letter appears. This resource can also be used for consolidation. Students can write the lower case letter on their whiteboard or copybook and when the letter appears, they can check if they got it right. The next slide includes two pictures with the beginning letter sound. When the teacher clicks the first picture appears. When the teacher clicks again the word appears. This procedure is repeated for the second word. The teacher can also use this slide to ask the students the beginning and ending sound of each picture. When the students learn how to write, the teacher can also ask the students to write the words on their own.
Sometimes children find it difficult to understand story sums. I have created this PowerPoint to help them understand story sums better. Each story sum is presented in three slides. In the first slide there is the story sum. In the second slide, students are helped to visualize the concepts by pictures. In the third slide there is the presentation of the sum. Each time the teacher clicks, a number appears on the slide. In this way students can participate by saying the numbers they are going to use. There are 6 story sums in all with a total of 18 slides.
This powerpoint helps students to understand this mathematical concept by means of pictures. Each word problem is accompanied by a picture. When you click, the objects mentioned in the word problem move so that students can see how many objects will each person get. There are 16 slides to describe 5 word problems. In the first slide there is the word problem, in the second there is the picture and in the third slide there is the division sum worked out.
In this resource there are 5 different tasks. In the first task students have to match pictures to words. In the second task there is a Bingo Game. Word cards and pictures to draw are included. The third task includes different sentences and students have to match pictures to sentences. The next task is a handout. The first part of the handout includes a set of words to read. Then students have to complete the sentences by writing the right word according to the picture shown. In the last task there are two comprehensions. The first comprehension is easier than the second one as students have to choose the right answer. The other comprehension has a similar text but it is more challenging as students have to answer the questions.
1. The PowerPoint focuses on Initial Consonant Blends. There are 13 slides in all. Each slide includes a picture and three Initial Consonant Blends to choose from. When the student chooses the right consonant blend a tick appears. This PowerPoint is ideal if you want to do a whole class teaching approach. It can also be used by students on their own. 2. Cards. In this resource there are 22 cards. Students have to say the name of the picture shown on the card and then they have to circle the right initial blend with a marker.