‘Their, There, They’re’ Visual Learning Guide
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A poster for visual learners to easily differentiate between the homophones their, there, and they're.
A series of three worksheets that contain passages written in the past, present, and future perfect tenses.
A classroom display that allows students to see their progress toward using correct grammar and punctuation in their sentences.
Interactive PowerPoint presentation allowing students to learn and review grammar by highlighting paragraphs.
Interactive PowerPoint presentation allowing teachers and students to learn and revise punctuation by highlighting paragraphs.
A teaching resource to help consolidate the students’ knowledge of punctuation.
Now your students can make sure that they check everything when they are editing their work... no mistake gets left behind!
This English unit has been designed to introduce the historical recount text type to older students; specifically, the purpose, structure and language features of factual historical recounts.
This English unit addresses the concept of homophones.
A set of task cards to be paired with the International Women's Day comic 'Gender Ground Rules'.
A comprehension task to use when learning about Shirley Chisholm.
A comprehension task to use when learning about Barack Obama.
Use this template with your students to discuss vocabulary associated with diversity and equality.
A comprehension worksheet paired with a comic about encouraging people and their passions regardless of their gender.
A crossword puzzle with civil rights vocabulary.
Use this resource to track the progress of students during guided writing groups.
An engaging 44 slide interactive PowerPoint to use in the upper grades classroom when learning about grammar and parts of speech.
An engaging 44 slide interactive PowerPoint to use in the upper grades classroom when learning about grammar and sentence structure.
An engaging 44-slide interactive PowerPoint to use in the upper grades classroom when learning about grammar and punctuation.
An educational poster for the homophones won and one.
An educational poster for the homophones son and sun
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