Resources for primary aged children
Start to learn problem-solving strategies which will help not just in maths, but in all aspects of life.
The story of Mark Stoddart’s journey from being a dyslexic child to becoming an internationally renowned sculptor, easily read by or to children aged 9 to 14.
This book is inspired by the life and artwork of Mark Stoddart. Struggling with dyslexia and related learning differences, he never thought he would be an internationally renowned sculptor.
What is the fastest and most effective way of helping children master a wide range of key French phrases? Knowing a number of memory tricks can be a real bonus.
It is undeniably true that good readers are normally confident readers. While of course confident readers are invariably good readers. So which one does one seek to boost first?
Books containing high quality authentic fiction extracts or non-fiction passages. Introduce the skills needed for KS2 SATs and 11+ Reading Comprehension papers.
By working on sentence structures in a lively and interesting way for 15 minutes a day, pupils will gain immediate positive feedback from their success.
Just do a few additions and subtractions with 3-digit numbers to find out ‘What the monkey said when it fell over’. (APESY DAISY! in case you were wondering.)
What phrases are most readily remembered by children? Raps appeal to children: they are easy to remember and joining in gives a sense of unity within the group.
Some children will respond to “What is a Butterphant?” with images and ideas flashing into their minds. Others may respond – “I don’t know what to write”. Frustrating.