Infants

Name Three Things 01

by admin on 10/11/2014

Name Three Things 01This is an oral language activity that can be done with pupils probably in the junior/middle classes. An image of an object with a particular attribute is on each card. The pupil is then asked to name three things with a similar attribute. Initially, the pupil can simply name the required three items. However, the more you do this activity, the pupil could be required to speak some more [click to continue…]

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Jigsaw Puzzles 03

by admin on 05/11/2014

Jigsaw Puzzles 03This resource is aimed at pupils in infant classes or SEN pupils. It consists of eleven 9-piece puzzles with simple colourful images. They are useful for developing spatial awareness and fine motor skills.

The puzzles should be printed, laminated and cut out. They could then be stored in zippy freezer bags to keep them separate. [click to continue…]

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Jigsaw Puzzles 02

by admin on 04/11/2014

Jigsaw Puzzles 02This resource is aimed at pupils in infant classes or SEN pupils. It consists of ten 9-piece puzzles with simple colourful images. They are useful for developing spatial awareness and fine motor skills.

The puzzles should be printed, laminated and cut out. They could then be stored in zippy freezer bags to keep them separate. [click to continue…]

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What is She/He Doing? 04

by admin on 31/10/2014

Verbs 04This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. Its aim is to encourage oral language, especially verbs, and sentence structure. The focus can also be on the pronouns he, she and they. The teacher can start with the question at the top of each card: “What is/are he/she/they doing?” This could be followed up with questions like “Where are they?” and “How do you know?” This type of question encourages inference and deduction from the context. [click to continue…]

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Jigsaw Puzzles 01

by admin on 31/10/2014

Jigsaw Puzzles 01This resource is aimed at pupils in infant classes or SEN pupils. It consists of ten 9-piece puzzles with simple colourful images. They are useful for developing spatial awareness and fine motor skills.

The puzzles should be printed, laminated and cut out. They could then be stored in zippy freezer bags to keep them separate. [click to continue…]

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Peg Subtraction 01

October 23, 2014

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or SEN pupils at the beginning of work on subtraction. It is based on subtraction of numbers less than ten. Laminate all of the pages in the resource and cut up into sixty-five separate cards. Pupils should work out the sum on the left side of each card […]

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Hallowe’en Cutting 02

October 16, 2014

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. (.pdf file 771 […]

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Hallowe’en Cutting 01

October 12, 2014

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.

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Which Is the Biggest/Smallest? 01

October 12, 2014

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. Its aim is to encourage oral language, especially sentence structure. The focus is also on the concept of biggest/smallest. The teacher can start with the question at the top of each card: “Which IS The Biggest? / Which IS […]

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Is It Big Or Small?

October 8, 2014

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. Its aim is to encourage oral language, especially sentence structure. The focus is also on the concept of big/small. The teacher can start with the question at the top of each card: “Is It Big Or Small?” This could […]

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What is She/He Doing? 03

October 6, 2014

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. Its aim is to encourage oral language, especially verbs, and sentence structure. The focus can also be on the pronouns he, she and they. The teacher can start with the question at the top of each card: “What is/are […]

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Autumn Cutting 03

October 6, 2014

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.

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Autumn Cutting 02

October 3, 2014

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.

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Autumn Cutting 01

October 3, 2014

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.

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What Kind Of Weather Is It? 02

September 25, 2014

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. Its aim is to encourage oral language and sentence structure. The teacher can start with the question at the top of each card: “What kind of weather is it?” This could be followed up with “How do you know?” […]

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