Punctuation: How to use Capital Letters and Full Stops

Punctuation: How to use Capital Letters and Full Stops

Step-by-step guidance for children and teachers. Over sixty writing challenges in five workbooks. Each workbook introduce methods of punctuation progressively. Covers all aspects of the curriculum including: - Sequence sentences to form short narratives - Separate words with spaces - Use spacing between words that reflects the size of the letters. - Begin to punctuate sentences using a capital letter and a full stop - Use a capital letter for names of people, places, the days of the week, and the personal pronoun ‘I’ Challenges are provided on editable slides. They can be used to demonstrate approaches to writing sentences and edited to create your own additional challenges. Challenges are based on a theme of 'mermaids and water monsters' to stimulate creative thinking and writing. Each challenge involves some unpunctuated text for children to rewrite with punctuation. These are accompanied by fun challenges that range from creative to silly. Challenges can be checked using the 'Sentence Check Sheets'. These accompany each set of challenges and progressively increase the methods of punctuation to check. Space is provided for a self-check and a peer-check. The main guidance slides can also be printed off to make a colourful class display and a helpful reference. Includes versions in British-English and US-English (How to use Capital Letters and Periods)
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Punctuation: How to Use Exclamation Marks

Punctuation: How to Use Exclamation Marks

Forty writing challenges in four workbooks with additional creative challenges. Detailed step-by-step guidance in two sets of slides with additional notes for teachers and parents. Covers all aspects of the curriculum including: - Sequence sentences to form short narratives - Separate words with spaces - Use spacing between words that reflects the size of the letters. - Understanding how grammatical patterns in a sentence indicate its function as an exclamation - Using an exclamation mark with an interjection - Identify and use appropriate end punctuation to demarcate different sentence types (exclamation) - Using exclamation marks both for emphasis in statements and commands, and to mark exclamations Challenges are provided on editable slides. They can be used to demonstrate approaches to writing sentences and edited to create your own additional challenges. Challenges are based on a theme of 'mermaids and water monsters' to stimulate creative thinking and writing. Each challenge involves some unpunctuated text for children to rewrite with punctuation. These are accompanied by fun challenges that range from creative to silly. Challenges can be checked using the 'Sentence Check Sheets'. These accompany each set of challenges and progressively increase the methods of punctuation to check. Space is provided for a self-check and a peer-check. The main guidance slides can also be printed off to make a colourful class display and a helpful reference. Includes versions in British-English and US-English
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Punctuation: How to Use Question Marks

Punctuation: How to Use Question Marks

Thirty writing challenges in three workbooks with additional creative challenges. Detailed step-by-step guidance in two sets of slides with additional notes for teachers and parents. Covers all aspects of the curriculum including: - Sequence sentences to form short narratives - Separate words with spaces - Use spacing between words that reflects the size of the letters. - Forming questions with an initial interrogative pronoun - Using subject–verb inversion to write a question - Correctly punctuating a question tag - Recognising and writing different types of sentences: questions - Identify and use appropriate end punctuation to demarcate different sentence types (question mark) Challenges are provided on editable slides. They can be used to demonstrate approaches to writing sentences and edited to create your own additional challenges. Challenges are based on a theme of 'mermaids and water monsters' to stimulate creative thinking and writing. Each challenge involves some unpunctuated text for children to rewrite with punctuation. These are accompanied by fun challenges that range from creative to silly. Challenges can be checked using the 'Sentence Check Sheets'. These accompany each set of challenges and progressively increase the methods of punctuation to check. Space is provided for a self-check and a peer-check. The main guidance slides can also be printed off to make a colourful class display and a helpful reference. Includes versions in British-English and US-English
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Spooky Writing Challenges for Year 5 & 6 featuring exception words

Spooky Writing Challenges for Year 5 & 6 featuring exception words

Are you brave enough to enter the Haunted House, stare in the Ghostly Mirror and splat a few pumpkins? 133 sheets including writing challenge sheets and themed display materials: – 40 Haunted House spelling and writing activity sheets – spellings on individual powerpoint slides – creepy sentence and drawing sheets – word searches – powerpoint with every letter of the Awful Alphabet – Awful Alphabet poster – sentence writing challenges – display letters – display ornaments Writing activity sheets include: – 40 words from the Year 5 & 6 exception word spelling word list Each sheet includes seven writing and spelling challenges: – Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the cloud Trace the spelling with funky writing (and mind the witch) – Ghostly Mirror: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Pumpkin Splat: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant pumpkin – Spooky Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line Every word is also provided on an individual powerpoint slide. Students can then use their imagination with the Creepy Sentence sheets and write a sentence using the featured spelling and then draw a picture of their sentence in the relevant space. Learning is consolidated by spotting the spellings in the four word searches. Also includes display materials with themed lettering in lowercase and uppercase.
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Year 3 Winter Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Year 3 Winter Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Get your class into peak spelling fitness with this elite training programme of sporty themed spelling challenges. 3.4 The suffix - ation 3.5 The suffix - ly 3.6 The suffix - ous 188 activity sheets and slides. Includes: ~ Sporty Spelling writing challenge sheets: featuring the Sporty Spell (write a sporty paragraph using the spelling word), Spelling Smash (write each letter in a ball), Back to Front (attempt to spell the word backwards), Spelling Shootout (link each letter to the relevant ball), Spelling Banner (cut out the scrambled letters and stick them in the correct order on the fan banner) ~ Spelling Race Cards ~ Spelling Race Games: seven ideas for Active Learning games to reinforce learning including: Group Spelling Sprints, Spelling Relay, Spelling Laps, Spelling Catch, Spelling Dash, Spelling Marathon and Extreme Sporty Spellings ~ word search sheets ~ Spelling Champion certificate The full index can be downloaded for free here.
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A History of English Writing and Punctuation

A History of English Writing and Punctuation

How we got to write English in the way we write it today. - Printable book detailing the development of writing and punctuation in English - High quality slides that can also be printed off and used as a class display showing a timeline of the history of English writing - accompanying guidance notes - Word Investigator activity: have a go at investigating the etymology of interesting and unusual words - Make a Punctuation Mark: create your own punctuation mark and provide examples of how it could be used 80 sheets/slides in total. Packed with short facts that track the development of writing and punctuation into Modern English. Beginning with the first known writing system in 3,200 BCE through to the impact of modern technology. Helpful for explaining the quirks of English and understanding the development of English as a major global language.
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Spooky Writing Challenges for Year 3 & 4 featuring exception words

Spooky Writing Challenges for Year 3 & 4 featuring exception words

Are you brave enough to enter the Haunted House, stare in the Ghostly Mirror and splat a few pumpkins? 176 sheets including writing challenge sheets and themed display materials: – 36 Haunted House spelling and writing activity sheets – spellings on individual powerpoint slides – creepy sentence and drawing sheets – word searches – powerpoint with every letter of the Awful Alphabet – Awful Alphabet poster – sentence writing challenges – display letters – display ornaments Writing activity sheets include: – 24 words from the Year 3 & 4 exception word spelling word list – 12 words that contain 'ou’ as in ‘touch’ Each sheet includes seven writing and spelling challenges: – Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the cloud Trace the spelling with funky writing (and mind the witch) – Ghostly Mirror: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Pumpkin Splat: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant pumpkin – Spooky Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line Every word is also provided on an individual powerpoint slide. Students can then use their imagination with the Creepy Sentence sheets and write a sentence using the featured spelling and then draw a picture of their sentence in the relevant space. Learning is consolidated by spotting the spellings in the three word searches. Also includes display materials with themed lettering in lowercase and uppercase.
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Year 4 Autumn Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Year 4 Autumn Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Get your class into peak spelling fitness with this elite training programme of sporty themed spelling activities. 3.11 Words with y as in gym 3.12 Words with ou as in young 3.13 Words with endings like measure and picture 188 activity sheets and slides. Includes: ~ Sporty Spelling writing challenge sheets: featuring the Sporty Spell (write a sporty paragraph using the spelling word), Spelling Smash (write each letter in a ball), Back to Front (attempt to spell the word backwards), Spelling Shootout (link each letter to the relevant ball), Spelling Banner (cut out the scrambled letters and stick them in the correct order on the fan banner) ~ Spelling Race Cards ~ Spelling Race Games: seven ideas for Active Learning games to reinforce learning including: Group Spelling Sprints, Spelling Relay, Spelling Laps, Spelling Catch, Spelling Dash, Spelling Marathon and Extreme Sporty Spellings ~ word search sheets ~ Spelling Champion certificate The full index can be downloaded for free here.
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Year 3 Autumn Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Year 3 Autumn Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Get your class into peak spelling fitness with this elite training programme of sporty themed spelling activities. 3.1 Adding ING, EN, ER, ED to words of more than one syllable 3.2 Adding able, al, ial to words of more than one syllable 3.3 Adding ic, ity to words of more than one syllable 188 activity sheets and slides. Includes: ~ Sporty Spelling writing challenge sheets: featuring the Sporty Spell (write a sporty paragraph using the spelling word), Spelling Smash (write each letter in a ball), Back to Front (attempt to spell the word backwards), Spelling Shootout (link each letter to the relevant ball), Spelling Banner (cut out the scrambled letters and stick them in the correct order on the fan banner) ~ Spelling Race Cards ~ Spelling Race Games: seven ideas for Active Learning games to reinforce learning including: Group Spelling Sprints, Spelling Relay, Spelling Laps, Spelling Catch, Spelling Dash, Spelling Marathon and Extreme Sporty Spellings ~ word search sheets ~ Spelling Champion certificate The full index can be downloaded for free here.
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Year 3 Summer Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Year 3 Summer Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Get your class into peak spelling fitness with this elite training programme of sporty themed spelling activities. 3.7 Words prefixed with dis and mis 3.8 Words prefixed with in, il, im, ir 3.9 Words prefixed with re, sub, inter, super 3.10 Words prefixed with anti, auto 250 activity sheets and slides. Includes: ~ Sporty Spelling writing challenge sheets: featuring the Sporty Spell (write a sporty paragraph using the spelling word), Spelling Smash (write each letter in a ball), Back to Front (attempt to spell the word backwards), Spelling Shootout (link each letter to the relevant ball), Spelling Banner (cut out the scrambled letters and stick them in the correct order on the fan banner) ~ Spelling Race Cards ~ Spelling Race Games: seven ideas for Active Learning games to reinforce learning including: Group Spelling Sprints, Spelling Relay, Spelling Laps, Spelling Catch, Spelling Dash, Spelling Marathon and Extreme Sporty Spellings ~ word search sheets ~ Spelling Champion certificate The full index can be downloaded for free here.
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Year 4 Winter Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Year 4 Winter Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Get your class into peak spelling fitness with this elite training programme of sporty themed spelling activities. 3.14 Words that end with SION and SSION 3.15 Words that end with TION and CIAN 3.16 Words with CH as in ache and as in machine 3.17 Words that end with GUE and QUE 250 activity sheets and slides. Includes: ~ Sporty Spelling writing challenge sheets: featuring the Sporty Spell (write a sporty paragraph using the spelling word), Spelling Smash (write each letter in a ball), Back to Front (attempt to spell the word backwards), Spelling Shootout (link each letter to the relevant ball), Spelling Banner (cut out the scrambled letters and stick them in the correct order on the fan banner) ~ Spelling Race Cards ~ Spelling Race Games: seven ideas for Active Learning games to reinforce learning including: Group Spelling Sprints, Spelling Relay, Spelling Laps, Spelling Catch, Spelling Dash, Spelling Marathon and Extreme Sporty Spellings ~ word search sheets ~ Spelling Champion certificate The full index can be downloaded for free here.
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Year 4 Summer Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Year 4 Summer Spellings: Sporty Spellings

Get your class into peak spelling fitness with this elite training programme of sporty themed spelling activities. 3.18 Words with SC as in muscle 3.19 Words with EI, EIGH and EY that sound like they 3.20 Homophones and near-homophones 188 activity sheets and slides. Includes: ~ Sporty Spelling writing challenge sheets: featuring the Sporty Spell (write a sporty paragraph using the spelling word), Spelling Smash (write each letter in a ball), Back to Front (attempt to spell the word backwards), Spelling Shootout (link each letter to the relevant ball), Spelling Banner (cut out the scrambled letters and stick them in the correct order on the fan banner) ~ Spelling Race Cards ~ Spelling Race Games: seven ideas for Active Learning games to reinforce learning including: Group Spelling Sprints, Spelling Relay, Spelling Laps, Spelling Catch, Spelling Dash, Spelling Marathon and Extreme Sporty Spellings ~ word search sheets ~ Spelling Champion certificate The full index can be downloaded for free here.
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Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Words ending Y as in BELLY

Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Words ending Y as in BELLY

Curriculum Statutory Requirement: Words ending –y (/i:/ or /ɪ/) 35 spelling and writing activity sheets with space themed writing challenges along with a certificate, activity guide and Powerpoint flashcards. Powerpoint flashcards can be used on whiteboards and screens and printed off and used as cards or for displays. Challenges include: – Space Walk: Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the Milky Way: Trace the spelling with funky writing – Alien Code: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Shooting Stars: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant shooting stars – Astronaut’s Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line – Word races: Cut out and glue the dice. Roll it and write the word. Which word gets to the finish line first? (Play alone and with a friend) – Word Art: Colour the space style words and have a go at creating your own Perfect for consolidation and revision and as homework activities. A free long term planner is available here including details of all available units.
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Punctuation: How to Use Exclamation Marks

Punctuation: How to Use Exclamation Marks

Forty writing challenges in four workbooks with additional creative challenges. Detailed step-by-step guidance in two sets of slides with additional notes for teachers and parents. Covers all aspects of the curriculum including: - Sequence sentences to form short narratives - Separate words with spaces - Use spacing between words that reflects the size of the letters. - Understanding how grammatical patterns in a sentence indicate its function as an exclamation - Using an exclamation mark with an interjection - Identify and use appropriate end punctuation to demarcate different sentence types (exclamation) - Using exclamation marks both for emphasis in statements and commands, and to mark exclamations Challenges are provided on editable slides. They can be used to demonstrate approaches to writing sentences and edited to create your own additional challenges. Challenges are based on a theme of 'mermaids and water monsters' to stimulate creative thinking and writing. Each challenge involves some unpunctuated text for children to rewrite with punctuation. These are accompanied by fun challenges that range from creative to silly. Challenges can be checked using the 'Sentence Check Sheets'. These accompany each set of challenges and progressively increase the methods of punctuation to check. Space is provided for a self-check and a peer-check. The main guidance slides can also be printed off to make a colourful class display and a helpful reference. Includes versions in British-English and US-English
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Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Split digraphs o_e

Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Split digraphs o_e

Curriculum Statutory Requirement: Split digraphs o_e 35 spelling and writing activity sheets with space themed writing challenges along with a certificate, activity guide and Powerpoint flashcards. Powerpoint flashcards can be used on whiteboards and screens and printed off and used as cards or for displays. Challenges include: – Space Walk: Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the Milky Way: Trace the spelling with funky writing – Alien Code: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Shooting Stars: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant shooting stars – Astronaut’s Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line – Word races: Cut out and glue the dice. Roll it and write the word. Which word gets to the finish line first? (Play alone and with a friend) – Word Art: Colour the space style words and have a go at creating your own Perfect for consolidation and revision and as homework activities. A free long term planner is available here including details of all available units.
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Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Split digraphs i_e

Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Split digraphs i_e

Curriculum Statutory Requirement: Split digraphs i_e 35 spelling and writing activity sheets with space themed writing challenges along with a certificate, activity guide and Powerpoint flashcards. Powerpoint flashcards can be used on whiteboards and screens and printed off and used as cards or for displays. Challenges include: – Space Walk: Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the Milky Way: Trace the spelling with funky writing – Alien Code: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Shooting Stars: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant shooting stars – Astronaut’s Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line – Word races: Cut out and glue the dice. Roll it and write the word. Which word gets to the finish line first? (Play alone and with a friend) – Word Art: Colour the space style words and have a go at creating your own Perfect for consolidation and revision and as homework activities. A free long term planner is available here including details of all available units.
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Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Split digraphs a_e

Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Split digraphs a_e

Curriculum Statutory Requirement: Split digraphs a_e 35 spelling and writing activity sheets with space themed writing challenges along with a certificate, activity guide and Powerpoint flashcards. Powerpoint flashcards can be used on whiteboards and screens and printed off and used as cards or for displays. Challenges include: – Space Walk: Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the Milky Way: Trace the spelling with funky writing – Alien Code: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Shooting Stars: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant shooting stars – Astronaut’s Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line – Word races: Cut out and glue the dice. Roll it and write the word. Which word gets to the finish line first? (Play alone and with a friend) – Word Art: Colour the space style words and have a go at creating your own Perfect for consolidation and revision and as homework activities. A free long term planner is available here including details of all available units.
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Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Unstressed ER as in UNDER

Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Unstressed ER as in UNDER

Curriculum Statutory Requirement: Vowel digraphs er (/ə/) (unstressed schwa sound) 35 spelling and writing activity sheets with space themed writing challenges along with a certificate, activity guide and Powerpoint flashcards. Powerpoint flashcards can be used on whiteboards and screens and printed off and used as cards or for displays. Challenges include: – Space Walk: Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the Milky Way: Trace the spelling with funky writing – Alien Code: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Shooting Stars: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant shooting stars – Astronaut’s Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line – Word races: Cut out and glue the dice. Roll it and write the word. Which word gets to the finish line first? (Play alone and with a friend) – Word Art: Colour the space style words and have a go at creating your own Perfect for consolidation and revision and as homework activities. A free long term planner is available here including details of all available units.
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Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: TCH as in CATCH

Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: TCH as in CATCH

Curriculum Statutory Requirement: -tch 35 spelling and writing activity sheets with space themed writing challenges along with a certificate, activity guide and Powerpoint flashcards. Powerpoint flashcards can be used on whiteboards and screens and printed off and used as cards or for displays. Challenges include: – Space Walk: Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the Milky Way: Trace the spelling with funky writing – Alien Code: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Shooting Stars: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant shooting stars – Astronaut’s Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line – Word races: Cut out and glue the dice. Roll it and write the word. Which word gets to the finish line first? (Play alone and with a friend) – Word Art: Colour the space style words and have a go at creating your own Perfect for consolidation and revision and as homework activities. A free long term planner is available here including details of all available units.
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Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Stressed ER as in HERB

Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Stressed ER as in HERB

Curriculum Statutory Requirement: Vowel digraphs er (/ɜ:/) (stressed sound) 35 spelling and writing activity sheets with space themed writing challenges along with a certificate, activity guide and Powerpoint flashcards. Powerpoint flashcards can be used on whiteboards and screens and printed off and used as cards or for displays. Challenges include: – Space Walk: Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the Milky Way: Trace the spelling with funky writing – Alien Code: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Shooting Stars: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant shooting stars – Astronaut’s Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line – Word races: Cut out and glue the dice. Roll it and write the word. Which word gets to the finish line first? (Play alone and with a friend) – Word Art: Colour the space style words and have a go at creating your own Perfect for consolidation and revision and as homework activities. A free long term planner is available here including details of all available units.
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Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: SS as in GLASS

Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: SS as in GLASS

Curriculum Statutory Requirement: The sounds /f/, /l/, /s/, /z/ and /k/ spelt ff, ll, ss, zz and ck 35 spelling and writing activity sheets with space themed writing challenges along with a certificate, activity guide and Powerpoint flashcards. Powerpoint flashcards can be used on whiteboards and screens and printed off and used as cards or for displays. Challenges include: – Space Walk: Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the Milky Way: Trace the spelling with funky writing – Alien Code: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Shooting Stars: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant shooting stars – Astronaut’s Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line – Word races: Cut out and glue the dice. Roll it and write the word. Which word gets to the finish line first? (Play alone and with a friend) – Word Art: Colour the space style words and have a go at creating your own Perfect for consolidation and revision and as homework activities. A free long term planner is available here including details of all available units.
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Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Exception Words

Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: Exception Words

Common exception words for Year 1. 70 spelling and writing activity sheets with space themed writing challenges along with a certificate, activity guide and Powerpoint flashcards. Powerpoint flashcards can be used on whiteboards and screens and printed off and used as cards or for displays. Challenges include: – Space Walk: Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the Milky Way: Trace the spelling with funky writing – Alien Code: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Shooting Stars: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant shooting stars – Astronaut’s Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line – Word races: Cut out and glue the dice. Roll it and write the word. Which word gets to the finish line first? (Play alone and with a friend) – Word Art: Colour the space style words and have a go at creating your own Perfect for consolidation and revision and as homework activities. A free long term planner is available here including details of all available units.
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Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: OI as in COIN

Year 1 Spellings from Outer Space: OI as in COIN

Curriculum Statutory Requirement: Vowel digraphs OI 35 spelling and writing activity sheets with space themed writing challenges along with a certificate, activity guide and Powerpoint flashcards. Powerpoint flashcards can be used on whiteboards and screens and printed off and used as cards or for displays. Challenges include: – Space Walk: Trace the spelling in lowercase, uppercase and cursive – Write in the Milky Way: Trace the spelling with funky writing – Alien Code: Have a go at the tricky challenge of writing the spelling backwards! – Shooting Stars: Match each letter of the spelling to the relevant shooting stars – Astronaut’s Washing Line: Cut out the mixed up letters at the bottom of the sheet and then stick them in the correct order to the washing line – Word races: Cut out and glue the dice. Roll it and write the word. Which word gets to the finish line first? (Play alone and with a friend) – Word Art: Colour the space style words and have a go at creating your own Perfect for consolidation and revision and as homework activities. A free long term planner is available here including details of all available units.
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