This peg numeracy resource is aimed at pupils in middle/senior classes or SEN pupils. It is based on the pupil’s knowledge of units of time – hours, days, weeks, months, years, seasons etc. The pack contains 18 cards – on the left hand side of each card is a question based on a unit of time. The pupil has to use a clothes peg to identify on the right hand side of the card the correct answer. [click to continue…]
These sentence builder activities are great for infant/junior pupils as well as pupils with learning difficulties or special educational needs. They help to develop vocabulary, sentence structure and left to right orientation. They feature five-word sentences with a “farmer”theme with a sentence structure “The farmer has a ….”. [click to continue…]
This peg literacy resource is aimed at pupils in middle classes or SEN pupils. It is based on the identification of parts of grammar in a sentence – noun, verb, adjective, adverb. The pack contains 20 cards – on the left hand side of each card is a sentence with a word coloured red and underlined. The pupil has to use a clothes peg to identify on the right hand side of the card which part of grammar that word is. [click to continue…]
There are a number of things to be considered when establishing a school library.
Function: Is the library just for lending or do you see it as a place for study and research? Are you considering teaching in the area? Are you incorporating the idea of the library as a maker space?
Location: Ideally, it should be in a central location that is accessible to all students and staff. Classroom libraries are OK if there is no other facility available but ideally try to earmark a space for the school library. [click to continue…]
This literacy resource focuses on positional language which can pose some difficulties for younger pupils and SEN pupils. This pack includes five worksheets based on fruit for pupils to practise these essential skills. The worksheets include language like first, last, after, under, above, to the right of, to the left of. [click to continue…]