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...Introduction Children learn new vocabulary by repetition because it activates their memory. This game promotes this skill and gives you a method to measure individual children's progress.Focus Sight-reading of high frequency wordsWhat you...
...Introduction This is a fast paced game that gives lots of opportunities for decoding cvc words. It can be used with letters from any phase and adapted to add further challenge as the children's reading skills develop.Focus Segmenting...
...Introduction This game is great for getting children engaged and learning without realising it! Part of the game involves rubbing out the limbs of the other team's man, and this might seem harsh, but they don't get upset about it, they love...
...Introduction The idea for this game is to use water to squirt letters or words. This makes it very useful for assessing children's knowledge and understanding as they respond to a letter or word you call out.Focus This activity is great fun...
...Introduction In order to remember a sound or a word, a child needs to read it around 100 times. Using this fun game, you can expose the children to seeing sounds or words many times, building up their sight recognition skills and practising...
...Introduction Make a Spring tree to decorate your setting and stimulate writing activities. Hang Easter eggs with letters and cvc words hidden inside, make flowers with letters on the petals, and add birds with words written on their wings....
...What you need A selection of picture books Cardboard boxes or other packaging Paint Collage materials White cardboard Scissors Black marker penWhat you do Invite children to come to school dressed up as their favourite book character...
...What you need paper and coloured pencils card scissors and glue The Disney film ‘Alice in Wonderland’ (optional)What you do Introduce the opposite words – early and late. Can the children remember if they have ever been early or late...
...Focus Take a walk and look for signs and notices before you set up this writing area. Remember to take a camera with you.What you need photos and other pictures of signs: road signs, street signs, directions, shop signs, notices...
...Introduction Use a digital camera or other electronic device to take a variety of photographs of the setting that can be displayed on an interactive whiteboard or tablet. These could be photos the children have taken of the setting...