Our literacy resources for teachers begin with games and activities to help develop pre-phonics listening skills, and progress to teaching more advanced spelling structures. Our Early Years resources include sound discrimination tools to help children recognise the different letter sounds, and to listen out for rhymes and alliteration.
For Primary children, we have a selection of literacy games for KS1 that will encourage children to turn phonemes and graphemes into words, and eventually to write full captions and sentences. You can control exactly which phonemes and graphemes are being used, so you can meet the curriculum objectives while still allowing pupils to work at their own pace.
Older children will love using our visual literacy resources for KS2 . Students can use our Busy Publisher tool to write and illustrate topic work on a huge range of different subjects. With 100 ready-made templates and an extensive clipart library, our Writing Projects cover a broad range of topics from across the National Curriculum, so you can tie in their English and literacy work to other subjects.
With Busy Things for Schools, you’ll also get access to hundreds of games and activities across the whole curriculum, including Maths, Phonics, Science, History, Geography, and even Art and Music, to name just a few. But, it’s not just fun and games for the kids, either: when you subscribe, you’ll also get access to our Teacher Features, all of which have been designed to help make planning and teaching lessons easier for you.
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