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...Introduction Using the basic principles of Runaround activities, you can now use this format to move beyond phonetic attempts at words. In this variation you can check that children are using and applying their spelling skills alongside...
...Introduction Bingo is such a versatile game and once your class knows how to play it, you can adapt it quickly and easily to fit with whatever you are learning. It is easier and quicker to play with older children who can write their own...
...Introduction This version uses the structure of the Runaround game to teach a different skill; the using and applying of spelling strategies. Once children have reached Phase 5 they will need to learn when to apply specific digraphs...
...Introduction This activity supports the teaching of phonemes and allows for early spelling practice. Plus, every child will have a crown to wear or take home at the end. Knowing they will end up with a product to keep at the end...
...Introduction This quick-fire activity will encourage the children to use their knowledge of writing styles and mechanisms without warning or preparation.What you need 30 ping-pong balls (or as many as you have got children) Permanent marker...
...Focus This activity could be used for any phase, but it is particularly suited to phase 2 and excellent for establishing muscle memory for these letters. This game can also be used for fine and gross motor interventions and early mark...
...What you need Pictures of fireworks White boards and pens Poster sized piece of cardboard Felt pens Pieces of card cut into spikey speech bubblesHelpful hints Some children may be frightened of fireworks. Be sensitive to this and allow them...
...Introduction This prompt provides some structure that the children can then apply their best imaginative skills to.What you need Yellow and white paper Writing resources Popcorn boxes/bagsHelpful hints Children who struggle with some...
...What you need tracing paper (or greaseproof paper, which is cheaper) soft pencils, felt pens comics and children’s magazines simple clip art cooking oil and cotton balls paper clips cellophaneWhat you do Tracing is another traditional...
...In the writing area Provide chalks and boards for the children to make signs to put up in the setting. Use a whiteboard, a plastic lid or laminated card for temporary signs. Offer some big felt pens. Put some circular and triangular pieces...