IDEAS FOR KS1 LITERACY DRAGONS
Guided Reading Books and Ideas - KS1
Guided reading is a small-group reading instruction which is designed to provide differentiated teaching to pupils in school. It’s a chance for pupils who demonstrate similar reading behaviours and can read similar levels of texts. Using and exploring this collection of guided reading book resources and teaching aids is a fantastic way to improve their confidence and literacy skills.
Jackanory Junior - 'The Snow Dragon' - KS1 English - BBC
Mar 14, 2008The southern half is ruled by evil fire dragons and the north is ruled by peace-loving snow dragons. In between the two halves live the two-legs. A special book known as 'book' is a set of
Castles to KS1 and KS2 | Castles Resources | Knights
Resource Cards and Activity Ideas. This is a bank of resources linked to Norman castles. It is a booklet of images, diagrams, lesson ideas and activities, castle facts and more. The most useful part of this resource must be the pictures and illustrations to use as sources.
The Thinking Shed - THE LITERACY SHED
Teaching Ideas There are many links here - Design,History,Geography, PSHE and literacy. I would use this animation for children to take notes in order to write their own biography of Soichiro. It could also be the inspiration for writing an autobiography or biography of another famous person - in the same style. Writing a biography
Events, Festivals and Organised Awareness Days - English KS1
A huge selection of writing, reading and SPaG resources linked to some of the most commonly-taught events, festivals and organised awareness days in KS1. Our teaching resources include reading comprehension worksheets, writing activities and letter formation practice sheets on events including Christmas, Easter, Diwali, Halloween, Chinese New
How to write a newspaper report – 11 great resources for
This free literacy poster from First News features the top 10 tips for writing a newspaper report to help pupils perfect their articles. head over to Literacy Wagoll where you’ll find reports of dragons on the loose and Jack climbing the beanstalk to things like WW2 and the Rugby World Building an understanding of how ideas can be
Best Books for Year 1 | Ages 5-6 Recommended Reads
Year 1 is a delightful year group with which to share books and there is a wide range of brilliantly engaging books available for this age. Often at the ages of 5 and 6, children are learning to read short texts independently, while still relying on strong visual elements Y1 children treasure storytimes when adults read aloud, and shared reading experiences remain an important part of