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June calendar & worksheet

Is available from https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/calendars-and-worksheets-6145231 Using these calendars and worksheets with your students will really help to develop the concept of how we organise the months and years. The passing of the seasons and different special days provide an opportunity for … Continue reading

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January is half over…

and the February calendar and worksheet is available free on TES: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/calendars-and-worksheets-6145231  

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December calendar & worksheet is uploaded

Ready for the new month when it comes: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/calendars-and-worksheets-6145231

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November calendar & worksheet is available

Can be downloaded free here.

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Adjectives

Reportedly, adjectives are trending. Hope you find my resources helpful: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/a-z-of-interesting-adjectives-6049473 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/verbs-nouns-and-adjectives-to-sort-6146106 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/halloween-bonfire-night-illus-word-work-widgit-6053785 (includes adjective ideas)    

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I have been busy…

Uploads today to my TES collection: The September calendar and worksheet (free) is here. Fairy tales 2 – Using Marion Blank’s Language Levels: 9 with texts for three fairy tales, worksheets and the Language Levels questions is here and also … Continue reading

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Time and Index Update

1. I’ve decided to make a new special section in the list of resources called Time. These time resources are not new but I haven’t collected them together before. Anyone working with children with delayed or impaired language development will … Continue reading

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A real there there

My grammar check immediately spots I have repeated a word, but never mind! As soon as I heard this wonderful new noun (a ‘there-there’), I found it captivating. How much more immediate than solace or consolation. Other recent activity has … Continue reading

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