Sound Waves Reading
There are many things that make our Sound Waves Decodable Readers stand out from the crowd, but one of our favourite features is the array of text types within the series.
Chances are each of us will use mental maths more times in our lives than we can count. But do your students know how important this skill is? Here are five tips to make the most of your mental maths…
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Special Words are high-frequency words containing unusual phoneme–grapheme relationships (e.g. was, said), or words containing phoneme–grapheme relationships not yet taught in the sequence (e.g. look, for).
Much of the world has been designed for right-handed people – including handwriting. Luckily, there are a few tips and tricks you can use to help make the process of learning to write a little easier for your left-handed students.…
We know differentiation is a big deal for teachers. Let’s take a look at how BitMaths differentiated activities can help you cater for everyone in your class, from struggling students through to maths masterminds.
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The aim of differentiation is to improve the knowledge and skills of every student regardless of their starting point.
iMaths offers many differentiation options so you can cater for a range of abilities within your class and engage all of your students in effective learning experiences.
Teaching a composite class (or any class with students working at various curriculum levels) has its challenges, but the right planning, strategies and tools can ease the load. Try these ideas to deliver seamless English lessons that allow you to…