What Toy Am I? – Toy Definition Match Up Game
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A set of 20 puzzle cards for students to match pictures of toys to their definition.
8 reading detective worksheets to use during guided reading sessions in the classroom.
8 colourful reading detective name tags to assign students during guided reading sessions.
8 colourful reading detective bookmarks to use during guided reading sessions in the classroom.
8 colourful reading detective posters and a banner to display in the classroom.
A 16 page resource pack including 8 detective roles to assign to students during guided reading sessions.
A free reading positivity poster to brighten up your learning space.
Bookmarks to remind your students of the different reading strategies.
A set of 32 task cards prompting students to use their phonics knowledge to find words that include specific sounds.
Letter craft posters for each letter of the alphabet.
A collection of activities to assist young students with letter recognition, phonemic awareness and fine motor development from A to Z.
A vibrant set of posters to display in the classroom to promote letter recognition and phonemic awareness.
An activity to assist young students with letter recognition, phonemic awareness and fine motor development.
Bookmarks to encourage your students to read on their own.
5 Literacy Task posters and 1 Guide poster.
A classroom display that allows students to see their current reading level and set their target reading level.
Cards for reading groups to remind your students of the different reading strategies.
A chart to record the number of books your students have read.
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