News Tagged 'reading'

Walliams Week

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Walliams Week looks like it could be a lot of fun for primary schools. It is being held between June 25th to July 1st 2018. There is a free pack from Harper Collins Children’s Books, with themed activities to use in class to help improve pupil’s reading.

The pack includes ideas like:

  • Dare to be different
  • Poetry doesn’t stick, get poetic with Mr Stink
  • Bum Fresh Brilliant ...

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World Book Day 2018

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World Book Day 2018World Book Day (WBD) is here again! It is on  Thursday of this week – St David’s day the 1st March. In Wales, it’s a double celebration!

There are absolutely masses of resources available in the primary section of World Book Day Website Resources, even if you are not using any of them for WBD,  it may be worth downloading any that could be ...

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Teach Your Monster to Read

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Teach your monster to readTeach your Monster to Read is a website that is always free but the app that can be used on mobile devices is usually a paid for version. However, as a special offer, the app is free for one week only and it would be great if parents downloaded it for their children, whilst they have this free opportunity.

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KS1 Literacy Resources

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KS1 Literacy Resources

PhonicPlay.co.uk is a paid for collection of phonics resources used very widely as an aid to teaching. It consists of many interactive resources, planning sheets, assessment resources, printable resources and lots of ideas.  For one subscription, it is £12 for a year, for a school subscription it is £120 per year. ...

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Read Aloud Day

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Read Aloud DayRead Aloud Day February 16 2017. Change the World!

Every year LitWorld calls global attention to the importance of reading aloud and sharing stories. They utilise the combined power of children’s own stories, access to diverse reading and writing experiences – plus peer to peer and adult mentor relationships to improve literacy. They started this project in 2010 and have taken it to 25 countries encouraging literacy on ...

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