20 Key Stage 2 Literacy interactive teaching resources for Primary/Elementary Schools.
English educational kids games and activities for your IWB, PC or Mac. Teach your child, spelling, sentences, verbs, collective nouns, compound words, singular to plural, story sequencing, alphabetical order and grammar with these English learning games.
Grammar : Word Types
Different types of words can be used to make your writing more interesting and easier to read. You need to know when to use them and how to spot them.
Grammar : Sentences
In writing, words are grouped together into phrases, sentences, clauses and paragraphs. Linking these building blocks together in the right way makes your writing easy to understand and interesting to read.
Writing : Comment
Use your commenting skills to identify what's wrong with these pieces of writing.
Reading : Non-fiction
When you are writing non-fiction it's important to use a style of writing that fits the subject.Use your knowledge of non-fiction writing to group the correct titles, text and pictures together.
The Look, Say, Cover, Write & Check is a support tool for learning spellings using a trusted multi-sensory approach. It can support pupils in their independent learning of spellings.
LCSWC lesson outline
Spelling Rule Tester
This activity helps prove the rules of changing nouns from singular to plural.
Input your own singular nouns and see the plural, or type in both and check that the plural is correct.
This is an activity targeted to Year 4 to help with medium frequency words. There are three lists, one for each term.
An updated version of the traditional word guess game. See if you can save the alien!
Use either one or two dice add your own words to the faces and roll them!
This sequencing and instruction writing activity can be used to support the teaching of instructional text and develop pupils' ability to sequence key events in instructions.
tea instructions lesson outline
This sequencing and storyboarding activity can be used to support the teaching of story structure and develop pupils' ability to summarise key events in stories.
sequence lesson outline
This word sorting application is a simple to use grammar exercise. The blue words are simply dragged to their correct place on the table headed by the root word. When all words have been placed, the user clicks on the check button to get feedback on their selection.
Word Links lesson outline Word Cards
Sticky Letters is a simple to use application. It can support open ended work as pupils explore the different words that can be made from a given set.
wordplay lesson outline
A humurous seaside writing activity. By annotating the scene dialogue can be explored and characteristics shown through thought bubbles.
Characters lesson outline
Street Scene Labels
This simple annotation activity can be used to develop the idea of developing a setting in stories, using everyday scenes that are familiar to children. By annotating the scene dialogue can be explored and characteristics shown through thought bubbles.
Settings lesson outline
Try to match pairs of farmyard animals. Record your best scores.
More Sticky Letters
Use the sticky letters to make words and save them to the word bank. See how many words can be made from a chosen set of letters.
This compound words matching application is a simple to use word level exercise. The coloured words are simply dragged to their correct place on the grey label to form a single closed compound word with the existing word on the label.
Compound words lesson outline compound words
This collective nouns matching application is a simple to use word level exercise. The collective noun words are simply dragged to their matching partner on the blue picture cards.
Collective nouns lesson outline collective nouns
Alphabetical Order 2
This Alphabetical order activity is a simple to use word ordering exercise. Words are simply dragged from the left hand side of the screen to their correct place in the word order list on the right hand side.
Alphabetical order lesson outline