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A ‘Royal Wedding’ word mat to assist children in their written work.
A word mat to assist children in their writing about the signs of spring.
Information about the seven fruits in Handa’s basket for writing a fact file.
Sequencing events using the language of time e.g. tomorrow, before.
Little Red Riding Hood word mat to support children in their writing.
One hundred high frequency word mat to help children in their writing.
Add up the coins and find the matching coloured piggy bank with the amount.
A 2D shape lotto for playing with a small group of children.
A word mat to support children in their writing about their family.
Months of the year with illustrations relevant to the month.
A ‘b’ and ‘d’ letter formation poster to support children in their handwriting.
A poster to support the children in the orientation of ‘b’ and ‘d’.
Alternate spellings for Phases 2 -5 letter sounds displayed on honeycomb.
Look for the number doubles and number bonds for 10 or 20.
Arranging numbers from the smallest to the largest within 20(displayed on ice creams).
Children holding boards with ‘Yes/No Questions’ to practise reading. (Set 2)
A one hundred grid that can be used for a multitude of different activities.
Identifying and naming a variety of everyday materials and their sources.
Identifying the body part associated with the sense of taste.
Identifying the body part associated with the sense of sight.
Identifying the body part associated with the sense of smell.
Identifying the body part associated with the sense of hearing.
Identifying the body part associated with the sense of touch.
Identifying and naming the body parts associated with the five senses
Learn the ‘odds and even rhymes’ and sort the balls.
A fun way to learn number bonds for 10 through singing a song.
A familiar song to name the basic body parts of the human body.
Words with taught GPCs and -s, -es, -ing, -ed, -er and -est endings.
Modelling writing simple sentences with spaces and punctuation.
Adding the suffix 'est' where no change is needed in the spelling of the root word.