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A set of flower posters with number bonds for 10 for classroom display.
Phase 5 graphemes with pictures to encourage quick recall of phonemes.
Phase 4 adjacent consonants with pictures to encourage quick recall of letters.
Supporting the teaching of ordinal number with ’10 Rubber Ducks’.
Mnemonic posters for spelling ‘because, their, should, would and could.
Phase 3 Sounds mat with pictures to support children in their literacy.
Phase 4 adjacent consonant mat with pictures to support children in their literacy.
Demonstrating subtracting two using a familiar rhyme.
Alternate spellings for Phases 2 – 5 letter sounds displayed on honeycomb (joined).
A simple version of the Christmas story suitable for Early Years and KS1.
Five signs to promote British Values in your classroom.
Using number shapes to demonstrates number bonds for 10.
Knight Owl asks the questions ‘What is one more…?’and ‘What is one less…?’
The story of astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon.
Using a Venn diagram, sort the 2D shapes according to the given criteria.
Knight Owl cuts the whole pizza into halves and quarters.
Click on the next 2D shape or colour to continue the pattern.
Describing the properties of everyday materials e.g. wood, metal and wool.
Counting the bags of buttons and saying how many ‘lots of 5’.
Sing the song '5 Currant Buns' and see the boy or girl take away the bun.
Days of the week T-shirts on washing-line. What day is missing?
Using riddles to describe the properties and identifying the 2D shapes.
Look for the 'oo' phoneme (long) and its alternative spellings in the story.
Look for the 'or' phoneme and its alternative spellings in the story.
Look for the 'j' phoneme and its alternative spellings in the story.
Look for the ‘ee’ phoneme and its alternative spellings in the story.
5 lessons for delivering the daily phonics sessions for the week.
Practise reading a set of words containing the ‘au’ grapheme.
Segment the adjacent consonant word to go with the picture.
A set of CVCC words for the children to practise blending being held by animals.