“Simon Says” Instruction Cards
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A set of 24 instruction cards to use when playing "Simon Says".
A ninja themed Bump It Up Wall for writing to display in your classroom.
An active game that allows students to practise sorting word families.
An active game that allows students to review vocabulary words for any content area.
An active game that allows students to build their vocabulary knowledge.
An active game that allows students to test and build their phonetic knowledge.
An acrostic poem template to use in the classroom to celebrate Earth Day.
A set of 12 literature study task cards for lower primary students to use when analysing children's literature.
A one page scaffolding sheet to assist younger students in writing a simple procedure text.
A fun and creative way to learn about how adjectives can be used to describe a character's appearance and personality.
A template for students to use when planning a personal recount.
A set of four Oxford Wordlist Mats to assist students with their reading and spelling.
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 English unit has been designed to introduce the key components of simple and compound sentences to younger students; specifically, capital letters and punctuation; verbs, nouns, adjectives and conjunctions.
This English unit has been designed to introduce the recount text type to younger students; specifically, the purpose, structure and language features of personal recounts.
This English unit has been designed to introduce the persuasive genre to younger students; specifically, the purpose, structure and language features of persuasive texts.
A fun match-up activity to consolidate your students' knowledge of uppercase and lowercase letters.
A prompt for students to use when orally discussing books.
8 cooperative working roles on posters, cards and slips for lanyards.
A groups acrostic poster outlining the expectations of group teamwork.
Thinking Hats based on Dr. Edward de Bono's teachings.
A poster highlighting the 5 Ls of Listening.
A poster highlighting the main parts to a speech.
A worksheet to use when students need writing inspiration for a narrative piece.
A worksheet for students to use to write an persuasive composition.
Use this flip book template with your lower primary students when teaching about the features of literary characters.
A set of 20 procedure text topic cards.
A worksheet to use when learning to write a paragraph.
A poster providing a definition and example of an onomatopoeia poem.
A poster providing a definition and example of an acrostic poem.
A poster providing a definition and example of a rhyming poem.
A worksheet to help students form rhyming words and create a rhyming poem.
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