Use these puzzling and intriguing pictures with questions prompts to encourage your children’s comprehension skills by improving their observation, understanding and inference skills.
Use these Picture Comprehension Challenges to develop your children’s comprehension skills by looking at a picture, reading the text and then answering the questions.
Want to celebrate reading in your classroom? Use our free banners to decorate reading areas and displays!
Improve your children’s comprehension skills with these great comprehension challenges.
Resources and activities linked to the book ‘The Leopard in the Golden Cage’.
Share the story of Peter and the Wolf with your children and then try some of these teaching and activity ideas.
This set of printable display letters (which are shown in a cursive font) have a ‘book’ texture. These could be used on a display board about books and authors, or in a reading area or library.
A Powerpoint presentation which gives children clues about particular story characters. Can they use the clues to guess the characters?
A PDF containing five lists of Tudor words which children should put into alphabetical order.
An amazing collection of resources linked to The Butterfly Heart by Paula Leyden.