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Add to the fun of this alphabet hunt with a magnifying glass as your child wanders around the house and yard on a hunt for objects starting with each letter of the alphabet. They can draw or write their answers.
Analysing an advertisement$0.00
Understanding persuasive texts like advertisements is a life skill. This resource provides teachers and parents with a way of exploring adds and analysing the language used to persuade. Use with students in years 3-6.
Calendar maths activity$0.00
A maths activity for all grades based on the number patterns in a calendar month.
Choose a favourite toy and plan an adventure!
Explore addition and subtraction using dominoes. A selection of activities and a template suitable for children in K-2..
K-2 Reading – beginning, middle and end$0.00
Take a book from the bookshelf. Read it together and talk about beginning, middle and end.
K-2 Reading – Character$0.00
Take a book from the bookshelf. Read it together and talk about character.
K-2 Reading – Description
Take a book from the bookshelf. Read it together and describe a character.
K-2 Reading – Events$0.00
Take a book from the bookshelf. Read it together and talk about events.
K-2 Reading – Setting$0.00
Take a book from the bookshelf. Read it together and talk about setting.
Select a Lego character and complete this template. If you don’t have a printer, fold a piece of paper into 4. Children in years 3-6 can then create a lego setting and write a story about their character’s adventures.
Lego character K-2$0.00
Select a Lego character and complete this template. If you don’t have a printer, fold a piece of paper into 4. Build the setting for your character using lego.
Paper bag creature$0.00
Students create an animal or creature using everyday objects for example a paper bag and coloured materials.
Using a variety of paper scraps and techniques such as curling, twisting and folding paper, students K-2 create their own faces in coloured paper.
Parents supporting reading handout$0.00
Are you holding a meeting to inform parents about how they can support a beginning reader and writer? This double-sided, folded, A4 handout uses parent friendly language to inform parents about useful prompts they can use as their child reads to them at home. It includes some information about beginning writers as well. The handout begins with general information, such as the value of reading to a child to develop a sense of story. The inside A4 sheet looks at supporting a reader before, during and after listening to a child read.
This is a game which students play in pairs. One student chooses an amount on the piggy bank using a post-it note. The partner has to find the coins to match the amount.