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A word wheel of synonyms and similar words used to describe emotional states.
A poster to introduce students to the use of simple language in persuasive writing.
A poster explaining how to write paragraphs in narrative texts.
A set of 30 vocabulary words related to narrative texts and narrative writing.
A book review and summary card for comprehension learning.
A workbook packed with 50 punctuation activities for use in the classroom.
A board game where students identify the correct definition of multiple-meaning words.
A visual display for your classroom to help students ‘bump up’ their biography writing.
A poster about the biography text type, including an annotated example.
A poster explaining main clauses and subordinate clauses.
Six simple and creative ideas for writing a fun letter.
A set of posters about the factual text types, including annotated examples for each.
A graphic organiser for students to use when categorising sensory details.
An acrostic poem template to use in the classroom to celebrate Earth Day.
A checklist for students to use when proofreading and editing their procedure texts.
A scaffolding sheet which can be used to write a procedure text.
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 common elements of poetry and explores how these may be applied to shape poems, limericks, odes and simple ballads.
This English unit addresses the informative text type; specifically, how to write a well-structured informative text.
This English unit addresses the narrative text type; specifically, how to write an engaging narrative text.
A set of flashcards and paragraphs to use as a sorting activity.
An activity for students to determine which of 2 related facts is a main idea and which is a supporting detail.
A template for students to use when making inferences.
9 reading comprehension task cards focusing on a different skill.
A journal with comprehension sheets designed for students to study texts.
A project where students get to decide on a new ride they can design to put into Five Wonders Theme Park.
A collection of activities for students to create a project based on their trip away outside of the classroom.
Students use a template to help them plan stories with alternative pathways for their friends to read.
Students use a template to help them write stories with alternative pathways for their friends to read.
A Journal Writing book cover to use on your students' workbooks.
A set of posters about the literary text types, including annotated examples for each.
A visual display for your classroom to help students ‘bump up’ their narrative writing.
A fun activity to use when learning about nouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives.
A fun activity to use when learning about parts of speech.
An alphabet racing game to help prompt vocabulary knowledge.
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