Pre-primary Term 1 CBC resources
We’ve got your Term 1 covered with these resources. This collection offers several CBC resources for your pre-primary 1 and 2 students, keeping them engaged throughout your lessons. From posters to flashcards and activity books, this collection saves you heaps of preparation time.
Pre primary 1
Alphabet and beginning sounds practice sheets - includes free alphabet poster
4-page printable alphabet and beginning sound practice sheets - includes free food alphabet poster to assist younger learners in completing the worksheets. Perfect as an introduction or revision lesson for younger to elementary school learners.
Beginning sounds clip cards
These cards are designed to help learners hear the sounds that each letter makes. By having an image, the letter as well as hearing each letter makes it easier for learners to identify beginning sounds in words. To use these cards, learners will look at the card and say what each image is, and then identify the image that matches the letter. Once identifying the correct letter, the learner will clip a peg on the image with the correct beginning sound. Using a peg will also exercise your learners' fine motor skills. Includes letters a-z. **Laminate to ensure durability. The Crafty Teacher
Letters of the Alphabet
Review the letters of the alphabet by tracing them, writing words, matching pictures and by following mazes. Use this product to introduce new sounds, new words or to review the knowledge addressed in class. This product includes more than 150 A4 pages to use separately or to bind in a workbook. Use it in an A4 or an A5 size and print back to back.
Pre primary 2
Mathematics Bonds 5, 10 & 20
These Maths bonds puzzles will help your learners to learn their bonds in a fun way. Once the learners know their bonds, they will be able to do Mental Maths and basic calculations quickly and confidently. This pack consists of printable puzzles which could be cut and laminated for learners to use at home or at school. Tracy's Tips Tools and Tricks
Cut Out And Write The Story Of Hansel And Gretal (6-9 years)
Plan And Write The Story Of Hansel And Gretal How To Use: Cut out the pages along the dotted lines and muddle them up. Now, ask the child to sort them back into the right order, so the story has a beginning, a middle and an end. Get the child to read the story. Then, cover it and ask them to re-write their own version, putting in more detail The series provides starting points to get young children, of 6-9 years, writing their own imaginative stories. Traditional tales like 'The Three Billy Goats Gruff' are used as examples to look at the characters, the setting and the plot and to show how to structure a story with a beginning, a middle and an end. Children will learn how to brainstorm their ideas, how to put them in a plan and then set out their story. Each pack provides writing challenges, asking the child to continue writing the story, developing their own ideas and to cut up stories to put in order. Charming silhouette pictures illustrate each work pack. 15 pages
Numbers 1-20 Cardinal- and ordinal numbers
This resource consists of 20 posters showing the cardinal- and ordinal numbers, counting blocks, finger counting and number line of all the numbers from 1-20. Learners will love this visual resource and it will brighten any classroom. SkoolSonderSukkel
Kindergarten Math Pack
Kindergarten Math practice worksheets. Beautifully designed and age appropriate. We have covered all the basic standards for Kindergarten aged children. They look fantastic and should help your child enjoy working on Math.... 127 pages of pure fun, quality and beautiful Math Worksheets. Areas covered: Adding with pictures Single Digit Addition Counting Practice – Circle the correct number 1 - 10 Counting Practice – Fill in the blanks 1 - 20 Counting Practice – Fill in the blanks 1 – 50 Counting Practice – Fill in the blanks 1 - 100 Count the Objects Analyzing Bar Charts Reading Bar Charts Creating Bar Charts Using Ruler to measure length Compare Numbers Identify groups with more or fewer Symbols: “more than,” ” less than” or “equal to” Sequencing Even Numbers Odd Numbers Ordinal Numbers Patterns with geometric shapes Single Digit Subtraction Subtracting using pictures