These videos are designed to help children practise their recall of the phonic sounds. Each one flashes through the sounds then after 2 seconds they will here the pure sounds. Ideal for phonics sessions. Phase 2 Flash Cards Phase 3 Flash Cards Phase 5 Flash Cards I hope that you find these helpful.
I am getting a pack ready to send home for my class to use during home learning. These are the bits I am preparing – all links are to free materials. 120 square Alphabet and high frequency word strip Letter formation chart Personal dictionary Number cards Place value cards Number line I hope that these
This has been a Game changer for us. My kids, like many others, love their iPads. I have been trying to limit the time that they have on them, as I can see dramatic changes in their behaviour with too much use. I had explored apps such as OurPact but at £6.99 a month I
Over the years I have been refining this Easter egg hunt idea, it is always a hit, from the younger children all the way up. At the end you can always give a chocolate egg for the completed sheet! The hunt only takes a few minutes to prepare. You can either use the coloured eggs
We are just about to start looking at the human body at school. I have made this printable so that the children can explore how the bones work in our bodies. I have all my downloads for Human body here and will be adding more! If you have any questions or feedback please email me email@example.com .
We had a wonderful day making these today. We were blessed with a glorious autumnal day and children from year 1 to year 8 who enjoyed making these. I found these great hand drills on amazon and safety gloves that are a perfect fit for the children, but they don’t affect how they can use
Last year I set up a ‘Book Club’ in my class. In groups of four the children enjoyed reading books together. I want to make this as independent as possible for all reading abilities. So I have started creating some challenge cards so at the end of each page the children can answer the questions
I have been trying to find a personal dictionary to use in my class. I couldn’t find any I liked and had some time on my hands so created these. Each dictionary has a box on the front for the child to make their own. NB: We have just discovered these great handwriting pens! Buy
Recently I posted this photo onto my Facebook page of F and S going shopping. An eager eyed friend noticed that it had been screen dumped and posted on to another group discussing supermarket shopping. Whilst I am hardened to comments on social media – I found the discussions occurring around this photo fascinating: “They
I’ve just made these fun marbles to help with times table practice. Super easy to make – Freya (9) actually made half of them and is in the video clip! What do you need? Download this free printable and print double sided (we used 160 grm card) Glass marbles Mod podge Scissors Brush Instructions: First