Teachers all know how important it is to develop the oral and written language of pupils. This resource is a header to place in a prominent position in the classroom, under which can be recorded new or interesting words which are discovered during the day. These could be recorded in a copy or personal dictionary or the teacher could encourage pupils to use them in an oral sentence during the day. [click to continue…]
Flashcards to help with the teaching of the classic L. Frank Baum story of the Wizard of Oz, including all of the main characters and ideas in the story.
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In a recent survey conducted by iReach Market Research and reported by RTÉ, it was found that 90% of children were using recession vocabulary. Words like recession, unemployment, credit crunch and redundancy have entered the conversational vocabulary of children. This resource is not aimed at focussing on the “doom and gloom”, but facing the reality that children are using some of these words already.
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A4 illustrated posters showing pictorial examples of common diagraphs: ch-, sh-, th-, -ck, wh-, qu-, -ng.
Source: Lorna Smith
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A series of 21 posters of the most common rimes used as word endings. They can be used individually as headers for collections of words that end with each rime, or they can be used with onset posters/flashcards to make words.
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