Helen Arkell have published two new learning resources.
Following the resounding success of the Essay Writing Guide we now have the following learning resources:
Syllable division is a strategy for breaking down longer words to help with decoding. ‘Syllable Division’ starts with a consideration of short and long vowels and open and closed syllables, before setting out each of the five ways of dividing words: ‘rabbit’ words, ‘tiger’ words, ‘lemon’ words, ‘apple' words and ‘diamond’ words. By combining these aspects of syllable division, it can provide a convenient prompt for learners to refer to once the rules have been taught in detail.
Adding suffixes to root words can cause a number of problems when spelling. ‘Spelling Rules’ clearly summarises each of the rules and conventions to provide a useful guide. It is not intended to fully explain each rule, but to act as a prompt once the rules have been taught.
These are handy guides to slip in a pocket or pencil case.
Excellent prompts for learners!
Buy your choice of guide today or a pack of all 3 guides.