Top Twelve Resources from TES SEN Contributor Bea Brigham, who posts under the name ibuzzybea. Bea is an Early Years Area Special Educational Needs Coordinator. Also includes a link to her TES profile.
Handa's Surprise visual props: Set of photographic cards to use with Handa's Surprise. a) Photos of fruits. b) Photos of fruit cut in half. c) Photos of animals. d) Words of the fruit and animals. Print and laminate, use to accompany story/ talking point/ matching/ reading sight words.
People who help us: photo/ symbol cards - how do they help?: Photos of 12 people who help us supported with symbols, matching cards with photos/ symbols of situations in which the people can help. Use to make flip books, pairs, lotto, matching or as a basis for discussion.
Garden Friends Maths Game: A resource consisting of a range of bugs, flowers and leaves. For a range of games relating to colour matching, ordinal number, matching quantity to numeral and simple addition.
Inference: Reading for meaning and inferring: aimed at children with fair reading skills who do not pick up on all the meaning behind the words. Three stories with suggested activities based on published research as to what helps children focus on implied information.
A TES iboard ( http://tesiboard.co.uk ) activity. Create a symmetrically decorated egg by dragging patterns onto areas of the egg template. Also included are two sheets for pupils to add their own patterns to decorate an egg - using either a vertical or horizontal line of symmetry.
Easter: how and why it is celebrated? TES Resources recommended. PowerPoint lesson plan, alongside activity resources. Set of 4 lessons have been designed for a mixed class of Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. Easily amended to suit the needs of any KS1 class. Lesson 1: what do you celebrate and why? Lesson 2: why do Christians celebrate Easter? Lesson 3: how do Christians celebrate Easter? Lesson 4: Easter celebrations around the world.