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Literacy - Key Stage 2 (7-11 year olds)

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Grammar and Spelling

What are Nouns?

A great site for covering what nouns are and how they should be used. Best used in full-screen mode.

Proper Nouns

An animated tutorial which explains what Proper Nouns are.

The Adjective Detective

A good site for use when teaching adjectives but is best viewed in full-screen mode.

All about Adjectives

A drag and drop activity where you have to drag suitable adjectives into the spaces in a text. It is intended as a teaching tool as there is no checking facility.

Parts of Speech Tutorial

Create the star of your show by choosing a noun, adjective and verb in this interactive parts of speech activity.

Verbs and Their Synonyms

A teaching aid about verbs which can be used to introduce them or for revision. It looks at their function and includes activities to identify them and find synonyms. Check the drop-down list for teachers' notes and worksheets.

Word Types

This BBC Bitesize site is quite a challenge as children need to spot a range of parts of speech in action and highlight them. Designed for 10 - 11 year olds.

Lexis the Magician

A delightful interactive tutorial on compound words and apostrophes (contractions) with two cartoon characters Lexis the Magician and his friend Grizzle. Designed for KS1 but would be suitable for year 3.

Crazy Compound Words

A range of activities to explain and reinforce the meaning of compound words.

Other words to use rather than SAID

An animation of words to use as an alternative to 'said'. Children set the task of searching narratives for the alternatives came up with the words and they are featured in an interesting way. Not interactive but pupils could see how many words they can remember.