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Handwriting Web Links

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Handwriting web linksThese handwriting web links provide lots of practise materials that may prove useful.

Bickids ran a handwriting Olympiad competition which is over now but there are lots of resources there for practise.

Teach Handwriting  “We have designed the Teach Handwriting and Teach Phonics websites (and plan to create others) because we know early intervention can make such ...

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Writing Sparks

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Writing SparksWriting Sparks is a website that provides inspiration for student writing.

The provides recorded videos that are writing sparks (prompts to ignite writing). See links below:

These lessons, or Story Sparks, contain story writing prompts for the pupils to respond to. They should ...

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ReadWriteThink Resources

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readwritethink resourcesReadWriteThink resources are really useful for literacy in primary schools. ReadWriteThink is partnered with the International Literacy Association, the National Council of Teachers of English and The Verizon Foundation. Their mission is to:

“Provide educators, parents, and after-school professionals with access to the highest quality practices in reading and language arts instruction by offering the very best ...

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Telescopic Text

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Telescopic textTelescopic Text is an absolutely brilliant website for teachers to use when teaching writing skills.  It  will help children to add interest to their writing.

Great fun can be had on almost any topic, using an interactive whiteboard to add phrases or adjectives to make an interesting sentence together as a class.

A teacher can write the simplest of sentences, ...

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Creative Writing Competition 2016

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Creative Writing Competition 2016Jacqueline Wilson has launched her Creative Writing Competition 2016. The competition is for 7 – 12 year old children, and entries must be between 750 and 1000 words long.

The winning story will be published in a new book being written by Jacqueline Wilson, the winner gets to meet her and receives £100 in prize money. ...

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