This series of books helps build beginning comprehension skills, underpins skills and concepts in the 'Beginning Comprehension' series, assists students create their own storybook and provides comprehension and spelling tasks of increasing difficulty. Book 1 focusses on beginning readers. Word families, phonics, cloze, sequencing plus read and draw are the key areas covered in this book.
Picture Crosswords for ESL and Early Learners is designed to offer a fun, yet productive, method of reinforcing basic English skills for students aged 6-9. Containing easily identifiable drawings of everyday items, the crosswords can either be used as an in-class activity, as a worksheet for home, or for students working independently. In addition, the crosswords could be used to consolidate, or revise letters and themes. The first section of the book covers each letter of the alphabet, whilst the second section contains familiar themes and topics.
Publisher: Ready-Ed Publications
Product ID: REDAU1036
Grades: Grades 1 - 3
Level(s): Early Childhood, Primary
File Size: 1.65 MB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Physical Book): 1863974490
A public speaking course for students at Challenging Level. Provides a range of activities to develop public speaking skills, with a focus on delivery, voice use and audience.
Contains a set of humorous reading and comprehension sheets spread across ten high interest thematic groups. Can be used to supplement a reading program, as a learning center for early finishers and extension, as homework activities, or as a quick resource for relief teachers of upper level classrooms.
These printable worksheets are designed to cover the Science learning area of “Life and Living” with 10-12 year old students. At this level the students should be able to understand the relationships that exist between living things in an ecosystem, looking closely at the structure of living things including their own body systems. Activities incorporate skills such as researching and presenting information in written and diagrammatic form. Specific tasks involve plant comparisons and close-up studies of flowering plants. Research activities explore endangered and extinct animals, human systems and animal ecosystems.
The weeks prior to Christmas lend themselves to a variety of activities that can make the festivities more meaningful. Christmas For Juniors contains language activities, arts & crafts, and recipes aimed at the 5 - 8 year old age group. The book is divided into three sections, all centering on the Christmas theme. Teacher idea pages and templates are also provided.
Heart warming and enjoyable plays, especially written to teach the historical and cultural significance of particular special days through the creative art of drama. Book 2 has three plays - one of each on Christmas, Health and the Environment. Support activities are provided.
Heart warming and enjoyable plays, especially written to teach the historical and cultural significance of particular special days through the creative art of drama. Book 1 has three plays - one of each on Manners, Stranger Danger and Fun & Fantasy. Support activities are provided.
Each activity page focuses on a specific skill that can be treated in one lesson. Each skill based activity sheet is preceded on the opposite page by a set of teachers' notes Activities include looking at index use, vocabulary, abbreviations and symbols, legends, compass points, scale, graphs and time zones.
Activities include traversable networks, properties & features of 2D & 3D shape and tessellations.
Creative enrichment activities to encourage students to extend and apply math concepts already learnt.
These printable worksheets are designed to cover the Science learning area of “Life and Living” with 8-10 year old students. At this level the students gain understandings into the relationships between animals and plants and their needs within their habitat. Specific tasks include an in-depth study of a tree habitat in the school grounds, research into the animal kingdom, observing and researching an invertebrate specimen, gathering data and analyzing the effect of light on plants, and planning and undertaking a research project on honey bees.
This series is an intensive language study program that promotes an advanced knowledge of phonics, punctuation, word families and grammar. For students with a spelling and reading age of 8-9 years.
Measurement activities for 9-10 year olds. Includes practical activities and situations to investigate and consolidate measurement skills through stimulating learning experiences.
Introduces the art of public speaking by providing a range of activities that are fun and stress free for students, yet which develop effective speech skills. The book outlines the use of starter activities, skill builders in public speaking, confidence developing games and introductory activities in debating.
High-interest Maths activities involving art and construction skills to reinforce number, space and measurement concepts.
A collection of exciting, enjoyable and educational word searches to solve.
46 sets of structured math activities for practice and consolidation. Contains math problems, speed practice problems and a 'Problems to Ponder' section for fast finishers.
Real Life Reading offers relevant reading opportunities for students. It provides activities to help students make reading connections in everyday situations. Using real-life literature - advertisements, tickets, vouchers and packaging - activities provide opportunities for students to develop literal, interpretive and critical and creative comprehension skills. Curriculum areas covered include reading and viewing, numeracy, and design.
Educators such as Edward de Bono maintain that creative thinking is a skill that can be taught and developed. The activities within this book provide children with the opportunity to learn and practice creative thinking skills in interesting and stimulating situations. Challenges range from describing a problem that the intervention of ice cream 'solved', to inventing a new covering for cats to replace fur. Through the activities in the book children develop the skills of fluency, flexibility, originality, elaboration, curiosity, complexity, risk taking and imagination. The book is structured in such a way that children can gain confidence and ability in each skill before combining concepts to address creative challenges surrounding the theme of Animals.
This series is an intensive language study program that promotes an advanced knowledge of phonics, punctuation, word families and grammar. For students with a spelling and reading age of 10-11 years.
These printable worksheets are designed to cover the Science learning area of “Energy and Change” with 10-12 year old students. At this level the students will be focusing on the enabling and impeding of energy and how energy is transferred through different materials. Students will research the different forms of energy and will be involved in constructing, testing and gathering data on electric circuits as well as drawing and explaining how an electrical appliance functions. Activities also include carrying out an extensive home and school survey regarding energy use, which will be followed up with an assessment.
Provides teachers with a host of ideas for Christmas art and craft activities and tree decorations, as well as detailing recipes for simple Christmas cooking that children can in be involved in at school or at home. Contains a number of relevant links to online activities so that students can experience an Internet Christmas!
Brain Benders 2 contains twenty-eight challenging mathematical problem solving activities, specifically aimed at the 9-11 year group. The problems have been written to suit a range of abilities and ways of thinking and learning, and to help students become familiar with a variety of problem solving techniques. Problem Solving Strategies - The strategies which this book encourages students to use and develop include: guess and check, looking for patterns, drawing and modeling objects, listing and eliminating possibilities, filling in grids, and using timelines.
Uncluttered activity pages for students with learning difficulties. Reinforces the basics of math number facts.
Uncluttered activity pages for students with learning difficulties. Reinforces the basics of math number facts.
These photocopiable worksheets are designed to cover the Science learning area of “Earth and Beyond” with 10-12 year old students. Using these activities, students will gather information about the earth and the effects of natural phenomena on the earth as a whole. Students will have opportunities to research natural events such as catastrophes, investigate how humans can cope with space travel, and study the features of the universe and gain an understanding of the seasons. They will also be involved in sampling soils, gathering data from various sources, drawing diagrams and conducting research into soil erosion.
This book follows on from the original Reading Zone and contains a set of humorous reading and comprehension sheets spread across ten high interest thematic groups. Themes include: The Circus, The Earth, The Farm, Holidays, Scary Stuff, School, Sports, The Universe, Villains and The Zoo Each theme is composed of five activity sheets and a set of answers. The five types of activities are: Find the List Word; Word Study Activity; Check It Out; Comprehension; Spot the Difference.
This series is an intensive language study program that promotes an advanced knowledge of phonics, punctuation, word families and grammar. For students with a spelling and reading age of 12+ years.
Activities incorporate viewing a wide variety of texts such as instructions, advertisements, comic strips, rebus puzzles, stories, news articles, maps and photos. A range of related activities supports each text. Where relevant, teaching points have been included along with references to suitable websites.
These printable worksheets are designed to cover the Science learning area of “Natural and Processed Materials” with 10-12 year old students. At this level the students should be able to identify the factors which enable the choice of a particular material for a specific purpose. They should also understand how the properties of materials can be changed using various processes. The students will be involved in predicting, testing, analyzing, assessing, illustrating and researching information to write up reports. The lesson activities include changing the properties of materials, an analysis of the component parts of common objects, examining how the properties of some foods change with processing and additives and completing a home survey and report on hazardous chemicals.
Presents science as a field of study that follows a particular method, namely the Scientific Method. Students are introduced to various fundamental skills of scientific research that include: making observations; representation of data; and fair testing and variables. Activities are presented as a sequential and cumulative attainment of a variety of interlocking skills and deal with new concepts or a higher level of a concept already introduced in previous tasks.