Split Class/Fast Finisher Booklet – Year 2 – V2
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An activity to help encourage students to add more descriptive language into their sentence writing.
A chart to assist students when learning how to form letters.
A fun Easter craft activity using an Easter bunny with funky glasses.
A fun, hands-on Halloween activity using dice and a chart to create a spooky scene!
A fun, hands-on Halloween activity using dice and a chart to create get prompts for a creative writing activity.
A word wheel of synonyms and similar words used to describe emotional states.
A collection of activities to curate into a split class / fast finisher booklet.
A comprehensive set of phonemes and their letter combinations to help your students build words.
A front cover that can be used to make a split class or fast finisher booklet.
A fun art activity where a drawing needs to be completed.
20 ideas to use for behaviour goals.
An art activity procedure for how to make a caterpillar.
A poster explaining a trick to help students with correct pencil grip.
A poster of the traditional greeting song.
28 space-related vocabulary word cards for use on a word wall.
45 recipe procedure-related vocabulary word cards for use on a word wall.
A book review worksheet that encourages your students to share their thoughts on a story.
This English unit has been designed to introduce procedural texts to younger students. It addresses the purpose, structure and language features of instructions and recipes.
This Biological Sciences unit explores how living things grow and change. Animal offspring (including humans) are compared with their parents and plants are grown from seed in order to observe change over a period of weeks.
This Biological Sciences unit covers a range of concepts relating to living things, such as their external features and the places in which their needs are met.
This Physical Sciences unit addresses the concepts of light and sound and how they are sensed.
Create a DIY Christmas postbox and fill your classroom with festive joy! Get tips on how to include all students. Plus Christmas English Activity ideas and new teaching resources!
Celebrate personal and social life skills with the ultimate teaching resource that your students will love.
A hands-on senses identification and fine motor activity for younger students.
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