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10 creative ways to teach English that deliver outstanding results    As an English teacher at an outstanding primary, Anna Warren is often asked for inspiration. Here she shares her favourite approaches for creative English lessons

10 creative ways to teach English that deliver outstanding results As an English teacher at an outstanding primary, Anna Warren is often asked for inspiration. Here she shares her favourite approaches for creative English lessons

vcop display, like keys for openers, and joined hands for connectives, pockets we can add vocabulary to as we work each week.

vcop display, like keys for openers, and joined hands for connectives, pockets we can add vocabulary to as we work each week.

Persuasive sentence starters  Begin your 2nd Graders with these thoughts, so when they get to 4th grade they are ready to soar!

This is a sheet that contains persuasive sentence starters. Cut the sentence starters our and give to children to use while writing their persuasive sentence, or paragraph, depending on the grade level. You could use these to show how persuasive writing d

Comics on how to use punctuation and grammar... Interesting! by sybil

How to use a semicolon, the most feared punctuation on earth. ~ The Oatmeal The Oatmeal does many awesome comics that range in topic. He also happens to love grammar, and I look forward to the day he publishes a text book.

FREEBIE!! Homophone Center Activity

In this game, students choose a card and choose the correct homophone to complete each sentence. They record their answers on an attached recording sheet.

Children are born with all the curiosity they will ever need. It will last a lifetime if they are fed upon a daily dose of ideas. -Charlotte Mason

Quote for bookmarks: Children are born with all the curiosity they will ever need. It will last a lifetime if they are fed upon a daily dose of ideas.

Sir Ken Robinson: check-out his TED talk on how schools are killing creativity!

Sir Ken Robinson: Do Schools Kill Creativity? Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.