This ones for older students and can push students to use several different kinds of prompts in their writing. I love that it is visually stimulating and therefore students are more likely to refer to it when writing in class. It shows that there are many ways to evaluate a text and starting with each prompt can change the tone and content of your paragraph/essay. This can be used anytime my students are asked to analyze/evaluate a text, story, video, etc.
Interactive letter formation activities that are suitable for whole class or small group teaching. Please read the guide first to see how this works. Click the magic pencil and watch how the letter should be formed. Plenty of opportunity for modelling and discussion. Children could have dry wipe boards and pens to attempt letters during the activity. The letter shapes used within the presentation are displayed on the supporting .pdf
Why do we add S to some words but ES to others? And when a word ends with Y, how do we know whether to change the Y to I before adding the plural suffix? And why on earth does knife become knives? You can unravel these mysteries with six simple rules.