Reinforce with these fun free resources.
Irregular plural nouns
For every rule in English, there’s an exception. ???? Download this useful list of irregular plural nouns for your reference or classroom wall.
Simple, continuous, perfect and perfect contiuous. Everything is in one place with examples to help reinforce and remember. Use as a quick reference when learning about tense.
Plural nouns spelling guide
Things can get tricky in primary school when one word ends in x and another in ch. There seem to be so many rules! Stick this simple, coloured guide in front of you and everything will be crystal clear.
Expressions of time and place in indirect speech
Rather dreary and technical but useful nonetheless – this is a complete list of the change in expressions of time and place when moving from direct to indirect speech.
Apostrophe for possession
Use this simple poster as a visual trigger of where to place this pesky punctuation mark. It is easy when you can see the pattern.
Simple, compound or complex sentence?
Compound or complex? What is the difference? Use this decision tree to identify whether a sentence is simple, compound or complex. The important idea of the subordinate clause is introduced and can be built on.
Direct speech punctuation
Four simple visual steps for punctuating direct speech – less than the fingers on one hand!
We have been working on Grade 5 wordplay games and had some fun with these riddles. Download them here and use them to explore homphones, homonyms, puns and prefixes – or just for some ice-breaking fun!
Click here to S.E.E.
Lengthen written answers with prompts to S.E.E. – make a statement; explain your statement; give an example.
Have some fun with a spelling quiz when you have a lull. When you can spell these commonly used words correctly, you are dominating!