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a quick table top guide to literary devices to help remind students what to look for as they read. Everything you need to know in one place.
Spelling was boring before bubbles got involved. This sheet can be used to practice any list of words and is great for visual learners. Fill each bubble with a different word. You can use bubble writing or see how small you can write and how many of the same word you can fit into one bubble. You can add colour or go mono chrome.
Spelling practice can be made more interesting with the spiral of spelling practice sheet. Change word and coloured pen as you spell round this rainbow spiral. this is every child's spelling cream, if that's possible...
No one likes writing the word out three times and for a large proportion of learners this doesn't even help. This menu has loads of great ways to practice spellings and remember them. hand out for spelling practice or stick in the back or exercise books to make learning spelling more fun and more multisensory.
a placement of suffixes to support with spelling, vocabulary and reading. perfect for use with SEN pupils to support linking of key vocabulary.
A 30-word wordsearch for the Shakespeare play Hamlet.
One sheet prompt for writing a summary of a book. Suitable for any age.
Single sheet with prompt questions for a book review. Suitable for all ages.
2 lessons focusing on the context for A Streetcar Named Desire, such as the biography of Tennessee Williams, Southern Gothic literature, New Orleans, jazz music, and shifting American society in the mid 1940s.
This booklet looks closely at advertisments and how they are carefully constructed by companies by taking into consideration their target audiences, logos and brand names, fonts and colour, and mascots in addition to use of wording and making their product unique.
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