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Level 3 teacher with 16 years of classroom teaching experience. Masters in Education (learning disabilities and difficulties). Creating resources to assist with differentiation.

Level 3 teacher with 16 years of classroom teaching experience. Masters in Education (learning disabilities and difficulties). Creating resources to assist with differentiation.
phonic /ng/ word sort
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phonic /ng/ word sort

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This is an activity to use after the phonic /ng/ sound has been taught. The emphasis on this word sort is the vowel sound prior to the /ng/ sound. Cut and paste activities are included as well as word building cards.
Oral Language - Blank Level Comprehension Questions Pack
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Oral Language - Blank Level Comprehension Questions Pack

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This is a pack of questions that vary from Blank Level 1 to 4. Differentiation is provided by the way of single picture cards with questions, scenes (with several items displayed) and nursery rhyme pictures. An assessment checklist is included at the end of the resource to check off the student’s ability to answer the questions correctly. Suitable for classroom teachers, speech therapists and tutors. Questions are also provided for students who may require more scaffolding.
FREEBIE Number work pack for homeschooling!
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FREEBIE Number work pack for homeschooling!

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This is a number pack for parents and teachers during the COVID-19 school closures. It has worksheets appropriate for Kindy, pre-primary to year one students (or year two students requiring remediation). This pack includes worksheets for: counting 1-1 correspondence to ten writing numbers identifying the missing number (before, after, middle) number patterns skip counting fun colouring in pages to count objects These worksheets can be used as revision.
Year One English Tracker
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Year One English Tracker

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Here is a checklist that aligns to the Western Australian Curriculum Judging Standards for Year One. It allows the teacher to plot student progress and achievement from ‘Excellent Achievement’ to ‘Limited Achievement.’ An overall judging record page is provided. This can be used on a termly basis or just prior to reporting and is a useful reference page for parent meetings. Different picture icons define reading, writing, speaking & listening and viewing.
Handwriting template with sky, grass & dirt background and cat prompt.
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Handwriting template with sky, grass & dirt background and cat prompt.

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This resource includes the letters a-z (both capital and lower case) on each page with the sky, grass and dirt background. The cat is also depicted. The teacher can select which prompt is appropriate for the students. The resource can be used as a display or laminated and used for small group rotations or individual one-one assistance for students that require extra help. This can also be a handy resource to send home to parents if the student has an Individual Education Plan focusing on fine motor skills.
A phonic and initial sound warm up for students in the early years.
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A phonic and initial sound warm up for students in the early years.

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This is a phonic powerpoint that was created as a warm up or revision of all of the initial alphabet code (a-z) in random order. There are also slides included that ask students to identify the initial sound of a picture shown for all of the sounds a-z. A voice over is also included so that students can listen to the teacher and repeat the sounds (as a small group activity with a splitter for headphones).
Phonic Power point /sh/
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Phonic Power point /sh/

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This is a phonic power point for the phoneme /sh/. Phonological awareness concepts are included, such as; identifying the /sh/ sound in the beginning, middle and end of words and blending sounds to read words. For differentiation purposes, some extension slides are included that cover sounds not regularly taught prior to the /sh/ phoneme. Sound buttons under each word encourage students to sound out each word prior to reading. At the end of the slide there is an activity whereby teachers can allow students to brainstorm words that have the target phoneme in various places (beginning, middle and end).
Count by fives - skip counting
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Count by fives - skip counting

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This power point explains the benefit of skip counting by fives. It also shows the collection of five objects with each skip count. Number lines, ten frames (showing five) and a hundreds chart are shown to represent counting by five in different ways. Adaptions are made for extension and a suggestion for remediation. Easter eggs are shown in the beginning slides for a fun way to inspire counting!