New Zealand Essential Spelling Words – Lists 5-8 Word Searches

New Zealand Essential Spelling Words – Lists 5-8 Word Searches

Sixteen Word Searches for Lists 5-8 of the NZ Essential Spelling Words. Included: ♦ 16 word searches in lower case letters. ♦ 16 word searches in capital letters. ♦ 16 answer sheets. ♦ Blank template – for your students to create their own word search. Features: ♦ 15 words per word search. One has 20 words. ♦ List words are written in alphabetical order. ♦ 15x15 grid. ♦ A space for your students to write their name. No more unclaimed work lying scattered on the floor! ♦ Words are written in one of eight directions. Arrow symbols provided on each sheet. ♦ Tick boxes next to the word lists to enable your students to complete another activity with these words once they’re finished the word search. Eg. turn the sheet over and write the words in a sentence. (The tick boxes mean the words are not crossed out and unreadable). ♦ Simple graphic included on each sheet. ♦ List number written on each sheet. ♦ Calibri font. ♦ Select the best format for your students – capital or lower case letters. ♦ Large A4 size. Still great when reduced to A5 size. 3 x List 5 5 x List 6 4 x List 7 4 x List 8 Word Searches for Lists 1-4 are also available in my store. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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New Zealand Sight Words - Activity Sheets - Magenta, Red, Yellow

New Zealand Sight Words - Activity Sheets - Magenta, Red, Yellow

84 activity sheets for words from the Magenta, Red and Yellow levels of the colour wheel. 8 activities on each sheet: ♦ Read it ♦ Colour it ♦ Trace it ♦ Write it ♦ Clap it (how many syllables?) ♦ Spell it (write it in the ‘letter boxes’) ♦ Connect it (draw a line to connect the letters) ♦ Find it (find the word written 4 times) There is also space on the top of each sheet for your students to write their name. The font: The font used is ‘NZ Basic Script’. The letter shapes are the same as those recommended in the NZ Ministry of Education Handbook – ‘Teaching Handwriting’. New challenges: The sheets are all the same format however there are a couple of new challenges as the levels progress. ♦ At the Magenta and Red levels, the ‘connect it’ letters are all joined either vertically, diagonally or horizontally in a left to right manner. At the Yellow level the letters may also be joined in a ‘backwards’ manner (ie, right to left direction). ♦ At the Magenta level all of the ‘find it’ words are written with the NZ basic script font. At the red level there are 8 different easy-to-read fonts used, and at the Yellow level 8 more different fonts are introduced that are slightly more decorative/complex. (see examples of all 3 levels on the thumbnail images above) Words Used: Magenta (25 words): I like going is mum look the am said to at went in me here my on dad a and come up can sat for Red (28 words): we get put with go no they today was where you she he this are will as too not but likes down big it little see so looked Yellow (31 words): when came one it’s make an all back day into oh out play ran do take that then there him saw his got looking of yes mother from her baby father Word List Acknowledgement: www.tkp.school.nz/files/530877945427c642/folders/1/Highfrequencyhomewordlists%20(2).pdf Made on A4 size paper ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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New Zealand Sight Words - Graphs

New Zealand Sight Words - Graphs

47 graph templates using NZ sight words from the Magenta to Orange levels. Students circle the words, colour the graph and write the number in the circle below. A great way to cover literacy and numeracy at the same time. The graphs progress in difficulty: At the Magenta level students are only working with a few words on a simple 5x4 graph. By the time they get to Orange, the task has become more challenging with the number of words that they need to plot on a 6x6 graph. For example: ♦ Magenta – 4 different words to graph. 15 words to circle and graph. A maximum number of 5. ♦ Orange - 6 different words to graph. 25 words to circle and graph. A maximum number of 6. Included: ♦ Magenta – 7 graphs ♦ Red – 6 graphs ♦ Yellow – 7 graphs ♦ Blue - 7 graphs ♦ Green – 9 graphs ♦ Orange – 11 graphs ♦ 2 blank templates to make your own activity. (Magenta and Orange templates). The thumbnail images above show a graph for Magenta, Yellow and Orange. The font used is ‘NZ Basic Script’. The letter/number shapes are the same as those recommended in the NZ Ministry of Education Handbook – ‘Teaching Handwriting’. Words Used: Magenta: I like going is mum look the am said to at went in me here my on dad a and come up can sat for Red: we get put with go no they today was where you she he this are will as too not but likes down big it little see so looked Yellow: when came one it’s make an all back day into oh out play ran do take that then there him saw his got looking of yes mother from her baby father Blue: have help here’s home let need again laugh soon talked could had find end making under very were your walk girl about don’t last what now goes because next than fun bag coming did or cake run Green: always good walked know please them use want feel just left best house old their right over love still took thank you school much brother sister round another myself new some asked called made people children away water how Mrs if I’m Mr who didn’t can’t after our time most Orange: man think long things wanted eat everyone two thought dog well more I’ll tree shouted us other food through way been stop must red door sea these began boy animals never work first lots that’s gave something bed may found live say night small three head town I’ve around every garden fast only many laughed let’s suddenly told word forgot better bring push Word List Acknowledgement: www.tkp.school.nz/files/530877945427c642/folders/1/Highfrequencyhomewordlists%20(2).pdf ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Kiwiana – Quilt – Acrostic Poetry

Kiwiana – Quilt – Acrostic Poetry

A fun poetry writing activity when studying New Zealand identity / Kiwiana. Write an acrostic poem and colour the picture. Cut and arrange like a quilt. This looks fabulous displayed on the wall. Two Options: ♦ With picture – just add colour. ♦ Without picture – draw your own. There are 26 different templates altogether. Made on A4 size paper. Each template measures approximately 26cm x 13cm. There are 13 templates with the picture on the left hand side, and 13 templates with the picture on the right hand side. Use the same amount of each in order to display like a quilt (see the image on the cover page above for an example). Included: ♦ Swanndri ♦ Pavlova ♦ Gumboots ♦ Hokey Pokey Ice Cream (poem shortened to ‘Hokey Pokey’) ♦ Jandals ♦ Monarch Butterfly (poem shortened to ‘Monarch’) ♦ No. 8 Wire ♦ Poi ♦ Rugby ♦ Silver Fern ♦ Haka ♦ Feijoas ♦ Kiwi ♦ Pūkeko ♦ Pōhutukawa ♦ Pāua Shell ♦ Kūmara ♦ Hei-Tiki ♦ Koru ♦ Harakeke Kete (poem shortened to ‘Flax Kete’) ♦ Kiwifruit ♦ Mince Pie and Tomato Sauce (poem shortened to ‘Pie & Sauce’) ♦ Black Singlet ♦ New Zealand Flag (poem shortened to ‘NZ Flag’) ♦ Pounamu ♦ Fish and Chips (poem shortened to ‘Fish & Chips’) Given the differing lengths of the words in the poems, this activity is easily tailored to your student’s ability/speed. Short poems (eg POI) can be given to your less able students and long poems (eg BLACK SINGLET) can be given to your more able students, Please note that 24 of the images are hand drawn, and 2 (Kiwi and Pūkeko) are digitally drawn. All of the images were designed by the same NZ artist. Please be prepared for 24 of the pictures to not have perfect lines, rich black colour, etc, like the digitally drawn images that we are all used to! More Kiwiana / NZ resources available in my store. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Kiwiana – Quilt Squares

Kiwiana – Quilt Squares

26 quilt squares with images of Kiwiana. Colour, cut and arrange like a quilt. Included: ♦ 26 quilt squares with Kiwiana images ♦ Blank quilt square – draw your own image Made on A4 size paper. There are 2 quilt squares per page. Each square measures approximately 13cm x 13cm. The Images: ♦ Swanndri ♦ Pavlova ♦ Gumboots ♦ Hokey Pokey Ice Cream ♦ Jandals ♦ Monarch Butterfly ♦ No. 8 Wire ♦ Poi ♦ Rugby ♦ Silver Fern ♦ Haka ♦ Feijoas ♦ Kiwi ♦ Pūkeko ♦ Pōhutukawa ♦ Pāua Shell ♦ Kūmara ♦ Hei-Tiki ♦ Koru ♦ Harakeke Kete ♦ Kiwifruit ♦ Mince Pie and Tomato Sauce ♦ Black Singlet ♦ New Zealand Flag ♦ Pounamu ♦ Fish and Chips Please note that 24 of the images are hand drawn, and 2 (Kiwi and Pūkeko) are digitally drawn. All of the images were designed by the same NZ artist. Please be prepared for 24 of the pictures to not have perfect lines, rich black colour, etc, like the digitally drawn images that we are all used to! More Kiwiana / NZ resources available in my store. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – The Seven Stars of Matariki – Activity sheets for the book

Matariki – The Seven Stars of Matariki – Activity sheets for the book

An easy-to-use, print-and-go resource when learning about and celebrating the Māori New Year. This resource is a set of activity sheets to be used after reading the following book to your class: Title: The Seven Stars of Matariki Author: Toni Rolleston-Cummins Illustrator: Nikki Slade-Robinson The activity sheets suit a range of levels and abilities. Included: ♦ Word Search – junior and senior ♦ Order the events ♦ Cloze ♦ Label the birds x2 ♦ Vocabulary match (English/Māori) – cut and paste ♦ Letter boxes – junior and senior (word shapes activity) ♦ Writing - If I could change into a tīwaiwaka (fantail), I would ... ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle, end ♦ Storyboard – blank template ♦ Survey and graph – Favourite NZ bird ♦ Newspaper article – writing task ♦ Character traits ♦ Acrostic poems x2 ♦ Binocular - picture drawing and writing ♦ Book cover design ♦ Postage stamp design Answer Sheets: Answer sheets are provided for: word searches, ordering events, cloze, and vocabulary matching. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – The Seven Kites of Matariki – Activity Sheets for the book

Matariki – The Seven Kites of Matariki – Activity Sheets for the book

A set of activity sheets for the following book: Title: The Seven Kites of Matariki Author: Calico McClintock Illustrator: Dominique Ford 21 activity sheets that suit a range of abilities. Included: ♦ Word search – junior and senior ♦ Cloze – junior and senior (write the missing words) ♦ Order the events in the story (cut and paste activity) ♦ Letter boxes ♦ Acrostic poem templates (Ururangi / Matariki) ♦ Story board – with and without words ♦ Maths – tally chart and block graph (favourite kite in the story) ♦ Design a kite (template) ♦ Alphabetical order (shells) ♦ Research and drawing task (shells) ♦ Character traits of Ururangi ♦ Drawing task – as if looking through binoculars ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle and end ♦ Postage stamp design ♦ Book cover design ♦ Writing - Newspaper article ♦ Writing – If I was a kite I would … Answer sheets are provided for: ♦ word search (x2) ♦ ordering the events ♦ cloze (x2) Made on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Daniel’s Matariki Feast – Activity sheets for the book

Matariki – Daniel’s Matariki Feast – Activity sheets for the book

A set of six activity sheets for using with junior students after reading the following book: TITLE: Daniel’s Matariki Feast AUTHOR: Rebecca Beyer and Linley Wellington ILLUSTRATOR: Christine Ross Included: ♦ Draw what you’d like to have for a Matariki feast. ♦ Draw what you’d like to grow in the vegetable garden. ♦ Colour, trace and write the word ‘Matariki’. Fill in the letter boxes and connect the letters with a line. Draw a picture that shows how you’d like to celebrate Matariki. ♦ Printing practice – trace the words: ‘Matariki is a good time to start something new. I would like to …’ then draw a picture to show your answer. ♦ Design a new cover for the book. ♦ Word graph. Circle and count the words, record on the block graph and write the number underneath. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Māori Kites - ing Poetry

Matariki – Māori Kites - ing Poetry

A simple poetry writing activity to use when learning about and celebrating the Māori New Year. The topic of this poetry is Manu Tukutuku (kites). The framework of the poem is very simple and is particularly suitable for junior students. The Publishing Template: Your students write their poem in the square that has the lines and they colour the picture of the kite in the adjacent square. The template is then cut out and displayed like a quilt. The Poem Framework: Verb (-ing word) Verb (-ing word) Verb (-ing word) Verb (-ing word) Noun (topic) Example Poem: Diving Gliding Swooping Fluttering Manu tukutuku Included: ♦ Chart – the poem framework ♦ Example poem ♦ Drafting template ♦ Publishing templates (4 different pictures) ♦ Teacher notes There are 2 publishing templates with the picture on the left and two with the picture on the right. Use the same amount of left/right pieces in order to arrange like a quilt. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki - Paper Lantern Craft

Matariki - Paper Lantern Craft

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun craft activity. There are 6 different templates for you and your students to select from. Each template has the heading ‘Ngā mihi o te Tau Hou’ (Happy New Year) and a decorative panel at the base. Students add their own creative touch to the middle section. There is also one template that just has the heading (no decorative panel at the base). Use the handle template, or just cut strips of paper to cut down on photocopying. Designed on A4 size paper. Information and easy-to-follow instructions are included. These templates can also be used during the Christmas season. Happy New Year! ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki Art – 4 Star Collaborative Quilts

Matariki Art – 4 Star Collaborative Quilts

A fun art activity for your students when celebrating the Māori New Year. Colour, cut and join together. There are 6 different star quilts. One of the images above shows all 6 designs. Four students work together to create an art piece. Each student has one of the four different templates for one of the designs. For example, templates A1, A2, A3 and A4 are used to create Design A. The templates are all clearly labelled. Students can choose who they work with, or you can hand the templates out randomly and they find the 3 other people who have the sheets that they need to complete the square. Colouring Ideas: ♦ Symmetrical colouring ♦ Warm / cool colours ♦ Winter colours ♦ Everyone in the group must have the same colour pattern (or not) ♦ Free choice colouring - the individual or group can decide Key Competencies: ♦ Relating to others – listens actively, recognises different points of view, negotiates, shares ideas, etc. ♦ Managing self – makes plans, manages projects, time management, etc. ♦ Participating and contributing – contributes appropriately as a group member, makes connections with others, creates opportunities for others in the group, etc. ♦ Thinking – asks questions, reflects on choices made, etc. Designed on A4 paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Reflection and Goal Setting Foldable

Matariki – Reflection and Goal Setting Foldable

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun foldable. Matariki is a time to reflect on the year that has passed, and to set new goals for the year ahead. Colour the star and the background. Write in the middle piece. Cut around the outside and make 4 folds. There are 6 different options for the reflection / goal setting piece in the middle. The wording is listed below: Option 1: When I think about the last year, I feel proud because … A goal I have for the coming year is ... Option 2: A goal I have for the coming year is ... Something I can do to help me achieve this is ... Option 3: Three goals I have for the coming year are ... Option 4: This is a picture of my goal. Option 5: Words that describe the year that has just passed: Option 6: The best thing about the year that has just passed was: Approximately 12 cm in diameter when folded. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Wall Balls

Matariki – Wall Balls

Celebrate the Māori New Year with these wall balls. Designed for your students to colour, cut and display on your classroom walls, but you can do whatever you wish with them. Included: ♦ 10 different star designs. ♦ 1 blank star (students design their own star). ♦ Large circle (with and without lines). This has been provided in case you would like to make a booklet or something where you want a page at the back. Ideas: ♦ display on the wall. ♦ attach it to some writing (eg write a poem in the circle at the back). ♦ attach to some card and hang from the ceiling. Perhaps add something else to the other side (art work, writing, etc). Once cut, they measure approximately 18cm in diameter. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Stamps

Matariki – Stamps

20 Matariki themed postage stamps to adorn your classroom walls while celebrating the Māori New Year. Blank templates to design your own stamp. For example: ♦ what image comes into your mind when you think about Matariki? ♦ what are you doing with your family/friends to celebrate Matariki? (or would like to do). ♦ an image from a story you have read while learning about Matariki. ♦ a decorative star. Please note that the stamps do not contain the word NEW ZEALAND or AOTEAROA, like a regular postage stamp would. This was simply a design decision I made as I felt the stamps looked too cluttered with it. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki Bunting

Matariki Bunting

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this cool bunting. A colourful, festive addition to your classroom during Matariki. Colour, cut and hang! (Cut the top piece off if you don’t want to hang them). Included: ♦ 10 different star designs ♦ 1 blank star (design your own) Designed on A4 size paper. Each template is the size of a piece of A4 paper. You can easily reduce them to A5 size if necessary. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Did You Know … Writing Templates

Matariki – Did You Know … Writing Templates

A selection of templates for your students to record their learning about Matariki. Write a ‘Did you know …’ fact in the speech bubble then colour the picture and decorate the heading and border. 2 Formats: ♦ Blank speech bubble ♦ Speech bubbles with lines for writing 10 Templates: ♦ 5 boy/man ♦ 5 girl/woman Made on A4 size paper (landscape orientation). ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki Bookmarks

Matariki Bookmarks

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this set of 10 bookmark templates. Instructions: colour, cut, fold and glue. (Laminate if desired). There are 10 designs in total, plus a blank template for your students to design their own Matariki bookmark. One side has a picture and the other side has the word ‘Matariki’. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Cinquain Poetry

Matariki – Cinquain Poetry

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun poetry writing activity. Lift the flap to see the poem underneath the decorative star. 1. Write (draft) the poem on the student template. This is located on the same sheet as the star (to reduce photocopying!). 2. Colour the star. 3. Publish the poem on the big circle template. 4. Cut both circles out. 5. Staple the circles together at the top. These look wonderful displayed on the classroom wall. There are 5 different star templates, allowing plenty of choice and variety. The Cinquain Poem looks at nouns, verbs, adjectives and synonyms so it is the perfect writing activity to compliment your word work programme. There are two different frameworks included in this resource (see below). Included: ♦ Framework chart - A and B ♦ Example poems. ♦ Publishing templates - front and back - 5 different star options ♦ Publishing template with a blank star (students design their own) ♦ Additional student handouts (for students to draft their writing on). 2 per A4 page. You probably won't need these, but handy to have just in case. A full set of resources are included for both frameworks. Made on A4 size paper. Two sheets of paper are required for each published poem (front circle with star and back circle with poem). Approximate size when cut out is 18cm in diameter. Framework A: 1 Noun (topic) 2 Adjectives 3 Verbs (-ing words) 4 Nouns 1 Synonym Framework B: The same as Framework A except line four changes to a ‘4 word phrase’. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki Art

Matariki Art

Celebrate the Māori New Year by creating some gorgeous artwork that looks great displayed on your classroom wall. The names of the 9 stars of Matariki are repeated within the circle frame. Use coloured pencils or watercolour paints to draw and decorate a star. Various templates are provided to suit your learners, along with 4 coloured examples. Included: ♦ 4 x examples - 4 different patterned stars. ♦ 4 x blank templates, each with different fonts – draw and decorate your own star. ♦ 4 x templates with patterned stars (different star on each one) – just add colour. ♦ 4x templates with blank stars (same outline star, different font on each one) – add patterns and colour. Designed on A4 size paper. Approximate size of outer circle: 18cm x 18cm. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Diamante Poetry

Matariki – Diamante Poetry

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun poetry writing activity. The Diamante Poem looks at nouns, verbs, adjectives and synonyms so it is the perfect writing activity to compliment your word work programme. There are two different frameworks included in this resource. Included: ♦ 2x Framework charts ♦ 2x Student handouts (for drafting their writing on). 2 per A4 page. ♦ 1x Example poem (Matariki) ♦ 5x Publishing templates ♦ Publishing template with blank star (students design their own) The published poems look great cut out and displayed on the classroom wall. Made on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki - Acrostic Poetry

Matariki - Acrostic Poetry

Celebrate the Māori New Year with this fun writing activity. Write an acrostic poem on the bunting, colour the strip of pattern, cut it out and hang. (Simply trim the flap off if you don’t want to display it as bunting). Each of the 5 words are written on 10 different templates. There are 50 pages altogether, just print the ones you want to use. The Words: MATARIKI PUANGA PLEIADES NEW YEAR STARS The Templates: ♦ 9 different pattern strips ♦ Blank – design your own pattern Made on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Matariki – Traditional Māori Kites

Matariki – Traditional Māori Kites

A scavenger hunt and activity sheets for learning about Māori kites (manu tukutuku) from long ago. All of the information used in this resource was sourced from books and the internet. The Scavenger Hunt: Place the cards around the room. Your students walk around with a question sheet and they read the information on the cards to answer the questions. The cards have numbers that correspond to the question numbers. ♦ 22 information cards (2 per A4 sheet). ♦ Student question sheet (they write the answers on this too) ♦ Answer sheet (for marking) I have written the information in ‘kid speak’ to the best that I could. The font is size 20 so it can be read from a bit of a distance. The answers that your students record are all simple answers (1-2 words). I would estimate the required reading age to be 8+ years (for independent reading of the cards). Lower ability students can buddy up with a friend during the scavenger hunt if necessary. All of the cards are ink-friendly black and white. Of course, you don’t have to use the cards as a scavenger hunt. They can be used for whatever purpose you wish. Chart: An A4 size chart that shows 6 reasons why Māori made and flew kites. Pictures: 4 coloured pictures (A4 size) that were hand drawn by a NZ artist (based on her interpretation). Use these on a wall display or as an aid for learning. The same pictures (in black and white) have been used throughout this resource. Activity Sheets: ♦ Word search. ♦ Venn diagram (comparing/contrasting Māori kites with modern day kites). ♦ Acrostic poem (kites / manu tukutuku). ♦ Letter boxes (word work activity). ♦ Kite design (design a kite and list equipment needed). ♦ Did you know … (write information in the speech bubble. ♦ Graphic organisers (for students to present research information on). ♦ Senses (what did they look/smell/feel/sound like?) ♦ Postage stamp design ♦ Trifold (for students to present research information on). ♦ Diorama (for students to present research information on). ♦ Flip flap (variety of uses). ♦ Interview questions (write questions you would like to ask an expert about). ♦ Kites ‘can/have/are’ graphic organiser. ♦ Procedural writing template – how to make a kite. Made on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Back To School Activity – All About Me Stars

Back To School Activity – All About Me Stars

A fun, creative activity to help you get to know your students at the beginning of the school year. Make a star and hang your ‘galaxy of learners’ from the ceiling. The front of the star has flaps that open to reveal a picture of the student (draw a self-portrait or glue a photo) and the back shows 8 pictures of your student’s favourite things. Two Templates: ♦ With headings (see list below) ♦ Blank – add your own ‘favourite’ categories The 8 Favourite Things: ♦ Holiday location ♦ Food ♦ Animal ♦ Hobby ♦ TV Programme ♦ Game ♦ Colour ♦ Sport Template with US spelling/vocabulary is also included: color, program, vacation (instead of holiday). Two Paper Sizes: ♦ A4 size ♦ Letter size Easy-to-follow instructions are included. Each star requires two pieces of paper (front and back template). Approximate size: 18cm in diameter. Great as a classroom activity or set it as a homework project during the first 1-2 weeks of school. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Back To School – Summer Fun – Quilt

Back To School – Summer Fun – Quilt

An engaging activity for your students when they come back to school after a few weeks of fun in the sun! Write about your summer and draw a picture. Add colour, cut it out and arrange to make a class quilt. This makes a bright, attractive display on your bare walls at the beginning of the year. 3 Different Writing Options: ♦ Cinquain Poem ♦ -ing Poem ♦ Recount Writing Suitable for a range of levels. Great for multi-level classrooms. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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