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Word-to-picture Match Proforma Word-to-picture Match Proforma

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Date added: 10/25/2010
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 206 kB
Downloads: 3085

 

This is the proforma for word-to-picture match. This proforma is editable so that you can put your own images and texts in to suit your child's needs. For beginning readersit is best to use images and texts that they can relate to such as favoutire toys or favourite foods.

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Word-to-Picture Match Word-to-Picture Match

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Date added: 10/25/2010
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 237.88 kB
Downloads: 3705

 

This resource is used to learn words and for comprehension of words. Students will first learn to match the word to the word. When they have mastered this, they will move on to matching the word to the picture. Some students of mine soon learnt to just read out the word without referring to the pictures.

This resource cannot be edited due to the copyright of the pictures, you can download the word-to-match proforma that can be edited under 'members only resource'.

Made by Tony.

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colour matching to words colour matching to words

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Date added: 10/14/2009
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 16.85 kB
Downloads: 2766



This is a colour matching activity to match words to the correct colour or matching the colour to the correct word. Laminate one page as the board and make cards from the other page. I would say 'Find the word (or colour) and match it to the colour (or word). This game will help the teaching of beginning reading. You can also use it to play BINGO.

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colour matching colour matching

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Date added: 10/14/2009
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 8.24 kB
Downloads: 4055



This is a simple 6 colour matching activity. Print off and laminate, use one copy as the base board and one to cut out as cards. I use it for teaching early intervention children. When the children is able to match the colours. I move on to asking them to find a colour that is laid out before matching it. Once they are able to find the correct colour when named. I move on to asking them, "What is this colour" after showing them the colour card. You can also use this resource to play BINGO.


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vowel basketball vowel basketball

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Date added: 08/29/2009
Date modified: 03/16/2013
Filesize: 157.31 kB
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This is a vowel sort activity.  The student places the appropriate basketball on the correct net.  Print the documents with the nets onto card stock and laminate(I have used contact paper to do this in the past).  Cut the basketballs out individually and laminate.  Place velcro on the net and on the back of the basketball.  You could also turn it into a file folder activity.

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