This resource is aimed at pupils in infants/first classes or SEN pupils. Its purpose is to assess the ability of the pupil to correctly count objects, in this case, cupcakes. The focus is on numbers 6-15 so that the pupil has experience of bridging a ten when counting.
Laminate all of the pages in the resource. Cut out the ten number strips, the two blank answer strips and the yellow answer boxes. Place velcro in each of the answers boxes on the right of each number strip [click to continue…]
This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or SEN pupils with speech and language difficulties. It assumes an ability to read. The pizza vocabulary would also need to be taught in advance. Its aim is to assess whether pupils can match the pizza-related words with the appropriate images.
Laminate all of the pages in the resource. Cut up the images into 12 separate cards. Cut up the pizza vocabulary on page 3. [click to continue…]
Lots of schools have recently been adopting Station Teaching as a methodology for the teaching of either literacy or numeracy. An example of types of stations for literacy stations in a classroom would be: spelling station; phonics station; creative writing station; grammar station; word puzzles station; reading station. [click to continue…]
Dolch words are a list of 220 “service words” developed in the 1940s by William Dolch. They consist of a series of sets of words which are considered to be vocabulary which occurs most frequently in children’s reading material. Although some of the words in the lists can be sounded out phonetically, they really should be memorised as “sight words”.
These Loop Cards (sometimes called “Follow Me Cards) are based on Dolch Word List 7. They follow the format “I have …. / Who has ….” and they are aimed at helping pupils to memorise the Dolch list they are learning in a fun [click to continue…]
It’s Six Nations season again and this resource consists of sixteen pages of flashcards with rugby vocabulary. There are three flashcards per page in an oval shape and in the green of Ireland! The pack also contains a display header.
The vocabulary could be used to teach the rudiments of the game or it could be used to write a match report on a rugby game. [click to continue…]