Infants

Initial Hard C Words 02

by admin on 15/01/2017

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. It focuses on the correct pronunciation of the initial hard “C” sound. This resource also aims to encourage the development of oral language skills.

In order for the resource to be used again and again with a pupil, it is suggested that all pages should be laminated and cut up into individual cards. [click to continue…]

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Initial Hard C Words 01

by admin on 12/01/2017

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. It focuses on the correct pronunciation of the initial hard “C” sound. This resource also aims to encourage the development of oral language skills.

In order for the resource to be used again and again with a pupil, it is suggested that all pages should be laminated and cut up into individual cards. [click to continue…]

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Peg The Colours

by admin on 19/11/2016

peg_the_coloursThis resource is aimed at pupils in junior/middle classes or SEN pupils. Its aim is to help pupils who are beginning to learn the colour words. There are eight cards, each with the word of one colour and four coloured circles as answer options.

Laminate both pages in the resource. Cut up the eight cards. Give the pupil one card at a time. [click to continue…]

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Hallowe’en Matching 01

by admin on 27/10/2016

halloween_matching_01aThis seasonal activity features twelve different Hallowe’en-themed images, four per A4 page. It is aimed at the development of visual perception. Pupils have to match the silhouette to the Hallowe’en-themed image.

Laminate all pages in the resource. Place velcro in all of the empty boxes on pages 1-3. Cut out the small images on page 4 and place velcro on the rear of these images. [click to continue…]

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Hallowe’en Listening & Cutting 02

by admin on 16/10/2016

halloween_oral_cutting_02Getting younger pupils used to handling a scissors and cutting lines or patterns is a useful activity for fine motor skills. Pupils with special educational needs may also need some extra practice with this activity. This seasonal resource requires pupils to cut out the Hallowe’en-themed images and stick them into a copy or on a sheet. There are five shapes to be cut out. [click to continue…]

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Hallowe’en Listening & Cutting 01

October 16, 2016

Getting younger pupils used to handling a scissors and cutting lines or patterns is a useful activity for fine motor skills. Pupils with special educational needs may also need some extra practice with this activity. This seasonal resource requires pupils to cut out the Hallowe’en-themed images and stick them into a copy or on a […]

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Playdoh Mats 01

October 5, 2016

These mats are suitable for infant classrooms, especially during group work, where a group may be working on playdoh and number. There are six mats in the set focusing on the numbers 0-5. Having young pupils do this sort of work with playdoh helps to consolidate the number as well as

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Autumn Listening & Cutting 02

October 3, 2016

Getting younger pupils used to handling a scissors and cutting lines or patterns is a useful activity for fine motor skills. Pupils with special educational needs may also need some extra practice with this activity. This seasonal resource requires pupils to cut out the autumn-themed images and stick them into a copy or on a […]

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Autumn Listening & Cutting 01

October 3, 2016

Getting younger pupils used to handling a scissors and cutting lines or patterns is a useful activity for fine motor skills. Pupils with special educational needs may also need some extra practice with this activity. This seasonal resource requires pupils to cut out the autumn-themed images and stick them into a copy or on a […]

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History Timelines

October 2, 2016

The purpose of this resource is to visually help pupils understand change and progression over time. There are four headers in this resource: First, Next, Then and Now. There are also bars to connect the four headers.

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Materials Bingo

September 25, 2016

Educational 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 “Materials” in SESE Science and it features images like […]

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Noise Levels

September 13, 2016

It can be difficult to control the noise levels in the classroom at the best of times, especially in classes in the lower end of the primary school. Different noise levels are allowable at different times during the day, depending on the lesson or activity. But how are pupils to know what is allowable at […]

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Hard and Soft Sorting

September 6, 2016

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. It focuses on the concept of the difference between hard and soft objects. This resource also aims to encourage the development of oral language skills. All four pages should firstly be laminated. The small images on pages 3/4 should be […]

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Mobile Phone Numbers

September 4, 2016

This resource is aimed at getting pupils to learn the mobile phone numbers of their parents. It’s an important life skill and may help to keep pupils safe in certain situations. A page is provided to get pupils to learn both their mum’s and their dad’s mobile phone numbers.

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Name Sorting Activity

September 4, 2016

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with reading difficulties. It focuses on the getting the pupil to recognise their own first name in print form. Suitable for pupils with an interest in football, pupils have to sort ten names – five being their own and five different names. The base boards […]

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