Infants

At The Restaurant Bingo

by admin on 17/04/2014

At The Restaurant BingoEducational bingo games are a great way for pupils to learn so many different skills. They help with listening skills, visual discrimination, group work, turn taking and the reinforcement of the learning content of that particular bingo game.

This bingo game focuses on the theme of “At The Restaurant”. It is aimed at a group of six pupils, so it would be useful for Station Teaching or for Aistear work on the theme of The Restaurant. [click to continue…]

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Peg Numbers Addition 20

by admin on 17/04/2014

Peg Numbers Addition 20This resource is aimed at infant/junior pupils or SEN pupils at the beginning of work on numeracy. It is based on the addition of three numbers up to 20. Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into 16 separate cards. Pupils should add the three numbers that the boy is holding on the left side of each card and place a peg on the correct answer on the right side of the card. [click to continue…]

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Peg Days of the Week

by admin on 14/04/2014

Peg Days of the WeekThis resource is aimed at junior or SEN pupils who are learning the days of the week. It also focuses on the concepts of “before” and “after”. Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into 14 separate cards. Pupils, or their supporting adult, should read the question about the day of the week on the left side of each card and place a peg on the correct answer on the right side of the card. [click to continue…]

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Peg Numbers Addition 10

by admin on 14/04/2014

Peg Numbers Addition 10This resource is aimed at infant or SEN pupils at the beginning of work on numeracy. It is based on the addition of three numbers up to 10. Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into 16 separate cards. Pupils should add the three numbers that the boy is holding on the left side of each card and place a peg on the correct answer on the right side of the card. [click to continue…]

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Peg Number Bonds Addition 10

by admin on 12/04/2014

Peg Number Bonds Addition 10This resource is aimed at infant or SEN pupils at the beginning of work on numeracy. It is based on number bonds up to 10 with an indian girl theme. Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into 24 separate cards. Pupils should add the numbers that the girl is holding on the left side of each card and place a peg on the correct answer on the right side of the card. [click to continue…]

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Peg Number Bonds 20

April 12, 2014

This resource is aimed at infant/junior or SEN pupils at the beginning of work on numeracy. It is based on number bonds up to 20 with a cat theme. Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into 11 separate cards. Pupils should look at the number on the cat on the […]

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Peg Number Bonds 10

April 9, 2014

This resource is aimed at infant or SEN pupils at the beginning of work on numeracy. It is based on number bonds up to 10 with a cat theme. Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into 11 separate cards. Pupils should look at the number on the cat on the […]

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Sentence Builder 10

April 8, 2014

These sentence builder activities are great for infant 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 “The cat is ____” four word sentences that also focus on -ing verbs.

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Sentence Builder 09

April 8, 2014

These sentence builder activities are great for infant 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 “The dog is ____” four word sentences that also focus on -ing verbs.

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Easter Sentence Builders – Chicks

April 7, 2014

These sentence builder activities, featuring Easter Chicks, are suitable for younger pupils and special needs pupils who are starting on the road to reading. It teaches left to right orientation, capital letters and full stops. They are also reinforcing numbers 1-3 and the colours yellow, green and blue.

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Peg Easter Maths 02

April 7, 2014

This resource is aimed at infant or SEN pupils at the beginning of work on numeracy. It is based on addition of numbers up to 10 with an Easter chick theme. Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into 20 separate cards. Pupils should add the Easter chicks on the left […]

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Peg Easter Maths 01

April 7, 2014

This resource is aimed at infant or SEN pupils at the beginning of work on numeracy. It is based on addition of numbers up to 5 with an Easter chick theme. Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into 16 separate cards. Pupils should add the Easter chicks on the left […]

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Peg Easter Odd One Out 03

April 6, 2014

This resource is geared towards pupils in junior classes and SEN pupils to assist with visual discrimination and oral language skills. It has an Easter theme and features Easter Eggs. Laminate both pages in the resource and cut up into 10 separate cards. Pupils should analyse the Easter Eggs on each card, decide which is […]

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Peg Easter Odd One Out 02

April 6, 2014

This resource is geared towards pupils in junior classes and SEN pupils to assist with visual discrimination and oral language skills. It has an Easter theme and features Easter Eggs. Laminate both pages in the resource and cut up into 10 separate cards. Pupils should analyse the Easter Eggs on each card, decide which is […]

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Easter Peg Numbers 02

April 6, 2014

This resource is aimed at infant/junior or SEN pupils at the beginning of work on numeracy. It is based on the numbers 10-20 with an Easter Egg theme. Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into 11 separate cards. Pupils should count the number of Easter Eggs on the left side […]

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