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Visit Teachit Primary for fantastic English and Literacy resources


Teachit Primary is packed with wonderful classroom resources


Go on, dive in and take a look! Teachit Primary is a sister site to Teachit, created by and for primary teachers. It works in exactly the same way as Teachit, with lovely resources and whizzy things, plus an image bank, newsletters and staffroom discussions.

Teachit and Teachit Primary are separate sites, so if you've registered free on Teachit please note that you'll need to do so again on Teachit Primary.

If you’re a primary or middle school Teachit member and you’d like a free membership for Teachit Primary, email support@teachit.co.uk or call us on 01225 788850.

Enjoy.

Sara

Teachit Primary Editor
 

 

Ten Toptastic Primary Resources to tempt you further!

Dinosaur rhymes | A fun resource where children choose rhyming words to complete dinosaur poems, think of some more rhymes of their own then finish off a poem by writing their own lines.

Monster soup | A monster resource! Includes a monster recipe example followed by a useful writing frame for children to write their own version.

Ladies and gentlemen | A fun resource encouraging pupils to think of exciting names of characters arriving at the 'Grand Ball' in the Cinderella story.

The Door poetry | An inspiring poetry lesson in which children use the framework to write their own versions of the poem 'The Door' by Miroslav Holub.

Harry’s Half Time Quiz | A super quiz based on the first half of the Philosopher's Stone with answers and wizard/muggle ratings!

The Sorting Hat | The Sorting Hat activity (based on Chapter 7) and Potter's crossword puzzle.

Wanted: fairy tale character | Wanted poster. Draw and describe your fairy tale character.

Pen Pal project | A lively science fiction writing booklet with a range of writing activities for children to complete.

Snap that contraction | Set the speed to one that suits the children and have some interactive matching fun!

Say what you see | A lovely resource using Lowry paintings as a starting point for writing a descriptive text.
 






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